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Meeting Schedule

Programme for the 2017/18 session

Date

Topic

Venue and Time

12 October
2017

Traffic injuries in Ireland: a neglected problem, Jack Short (TCD). Discussants: Aoife O'Grady (Dept. of Transport, Tourism and Sport) and Stephen Watkins (PIAB).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

30 November
2017

The Expected and Unexpected Consequences of ESA 2010 - an Irish perspective, Michael Connolly (CSO). Discussants: John Verrinder (Eurostat); John FitzGerald (TCD).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

25 January
2018

Barrington Lecture - Taxation, Work and Gender Equality in Ireland, Karina Doorley (ESRI).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

 

 

 

Programme for the 2016/17 session

20 October
2016

Dublin House Prices: A History of Booms and Busts from 1708-1949, Karl Deeter (Irish Mortgage Brokers), David Duffy (ESRI) and Francis Quinn (BFEI). Discussants: Ronan Lyons (TCD) and John FitzGerald (TCD).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

10 November
2016

Towards an Irish Recorded Crime Index, Timothy Linehan (CSO). Discussant: Gurchand Singh (An Garda Síochána).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

19 January
2017

Barrington Lecture – 70 Years of Personal Disposable Income and Consumption in Ireland, Rebecca Stuart (Central Bank of Ireland).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

23 February
2017

The Irish Single-Currency Debate of the 1990s in Retrospect, Frank Barry (TCD). Discussants: Patrick Honohan and Colm McCarthy.

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

30 March
2017

Income-Tested Health Entitlements: Microsimulation Modelling Using SILC, Tim Callan, Brian Colgan, Claire Keane, Catríona Logue and John Walsh (ESRI).

CSO, Skehard Road, Cork at 3:30pm

20 April
2017

Symposium - Globalisation, Inequality and the Rise of Populism. Speakers: Brian Nolan (Oxford) on Globalisation, inequality and the rise of populism; Theresa Reidy (UCC) on Far left, far right or just anti-system!; and Richard Layte (TCD/ESRI) on The temporal pattern of protest during Ireland's fiscal crisis, 2008-2014.

Central Bank of Ireland, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 at 5:00pm

25 May
2017

Society AGM followed by The recovery in the public finances in Ireland following the financial crisis, Diarmaid Smyth (Central Bank of Ireland)

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

22 June
2017

What Can Administrative Data Tell Us About Caring and Volunteering: Does Helping Help the Helper? Dermot O’Reilly (QUB) and Michael Rosato (UU)

NISRA, Colby House, Stranmillis Court, Belfast BT9 5RR
at 4:00pm

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