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Meeting Schedule

Programme for the 2014/15 session

Date

Topic

Venue and Time

9 October
2014

Financial constraints and the internationalisation of Irish firms, Mary Everett (Central Bank of Ireland). Discussants will be Frank Barry (TCD) and Seamus Coffey (UCC)

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

WEDNESDAY
29 October 2014

Developments in the Irish Labour Market during the Crisis: What Lessons for Policy? Thomas Conefrey (IFAC), Martina Lawless (ESRI) and Suzanne Linehan (Central Bank of Ireland). Discussants will be Aedín Doris (NUIM) and Terry Corcoran (DSP).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

15 January
2015
Title TBA, Philip Lane (TCD) Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

19 February
2015

Symposium on the Labour Market. Speakers will include John Martin (OECD), Frank Walsh (UCD) and Thomas Conefrey (IFAC)

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

5 March

2015

Was the early food the late poison? Foreign banks and the retail credit market during Ireland's financial crisis, Sarah Frost, Jean Goggin, Martin O'Brien (Central Bank of Ireland) Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

Date TBA

2015

 

How do planning conditions vary with the housing market cycle? Evidence from Ireland, 1990-2013, Barrington lecture by Ronan Lyons (TCD) and SSISI AGM

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

 
Programme for the 2013/14 session

24 October 2013

Money Demand in Ireland, 1933-2012, Stefan Gerlach and Rebecca Stuart (Central Bank). Discussants will be Morgan Kelly (UCD) and Ella Kavanagh (UCC)

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

21 November 2013

Symposium on Safeguarding trust in official statistics - launching a Code of Practice for the Irish Statistical System
Speakers are:

  • Patricia O'Hara, Chairperson of the National Statistics Board and member of the European Statistical Governance Advisory Board
  • Walter Radermacher, Director General of Eurostat
  • Padraig Dalton, Director General, CSO
  • Martin Fraser, Dept. of the Taoiseach.

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

12 December 2013

Income and Income Tax Inequalities in Ireland New Evidence and Further Illustration of the Progressivity of the Irish Income Tax System, Patrick McCloughan (PMCA Economic Consultants). Discussants will be Tim Callan (ESRI) and David Hegarty (Department of Finance).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

30 January
2014
Barrington Lecture: Dis-entangling the mortgage arrears crisis: The role of the labour market, income volatility and negative equity, Yvonne McCarthy (Central Bank) ESRI, Whitaker Square, Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2 . See map. PLEASE NOTE CHANGE FROM OUR USUAL VENUE.
6 March
2014
The Impact of The Patent Cliff on Pharma-Chem Output in Ireland, Mary Dalton and Shane Enright (Dept. of Finance). Discussants will be Chris Van Egeraat (NUIM) and Michael Connolly (CSO). Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

10 April
2014

The Economic Structure of Towns in Ireland, Cathal O’Donoghue, Cathal Geoghegan, Kevin Heanue and David Meredith (Teagasc Rural Economy and Development Programme). The discussants will be Edgar Morgenroth (ESRI) and Mark Scott (UCD).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

1 May

2014

Annual General meeting (see AGM papers, Secretary's Report and accounts), launch of a new resource on all past SSISI presidents and Extending Supply Side Statistics for the Tourism Sector: A new approach based on linked-administrative data, Jillian Delaney and Steve MacFeely (CSO). Discussants will be Caeman Wall (Failte Ireland) and Jim Deegan (Univ of Limerick).

Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 6:00pm

29 May
2014

2011 Census in Northern Ireland, Brian Green and Jos IJpelaar (NISRA). Abstract and registration details are here..

NISRA,McAuley House, 2-14 Castle Street, Belfast at 4:00 pm.

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