175th Session

Dr. Paul Kilgarriff, of the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research

Barrington Lecture: Price Size and Density

Dr. Paul Kilgarriff, of the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research

4.30pm on Thursday January 27th

The current discussions and analysis around housing in Ireland lack a detailed analysis of the relationship between house size and prices in Ireland. Related to house size is the density of an area. In this paper I contribute a measure of price per square metre (ppsm) for housing. Using web-scraped data a kriging methodology is used to interpolate a ppsm at the Small Area level for Dublin and its commuter area. Results show that the highest ppsm is located around the city centre.

Marie Coleman, Professor of History QUB, Nola Hewitt-Dundas, Pro-Vice-Chancellor QUB, John O’Halloran, President UCC, Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, President NUIG.

Symposium: Societal Impact of our Universities

Marie Coleman, Professor of History QUB, Nola Hewitt-Dundas, Pro-Vice-Chancellor QUB, John O’Halloran, President UCC, Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, President NUIG.

4pm Thursday 16th December 2021

The Society’s foundation 175 years ago as an All Island society was contemporaneous with the setting up of the Queen’s Colleges and we would like to mark that with a discussion on the place of universities in our societies. The symposium will include contributions from representatives of NUI Galway, University College Cork and Queen’s University Belfast

Danny McCoy - President of SSISI

Presidential Adress: Sustainable Development - “Still” The Opportunity for Irish Economic Policymakers

Danny McCoy - President of SSISI

4pm Thursday 21st October 20

The opening evet of the 2021/22 Schedule. The vote of thanks will be led by An Uachtarán Michael D. Higgins and Dr Marie Donnelly, Chair of the Climate Change Advisory Council.

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Top Incomes in Ireland: Reconciling Evidence from Tax Records and Household Survey Data

Top Incomes in Ireland: Reconciling Evidence from Tax Records and Household Survey Data

Tim Callan (Geary Institute, UCD), Karina Doorley (ESRI) and Alyvia McTague (ESRI).

4:30pm 22 October 2020

Top Incomes in Ireland: Reconciling Evidence from Tax Records and Household Survey Data by Tim Callan (Geary Institute, UCD), Karina Doorley (ESRI) and Alyvia McTague (ESRI). The discussants of the paper are Aedin Doris (Maynooth University) and Robert Sweeney (TASC).

Symposium: Jurisprudence and its impact upon Public Policy.

Symposium: Jurisprudence and its impact upon Public Policy.

Attorney General Paul Gallagher SC, Margaret Gray SC QC and Michael McDowell SC.

4:30pm 26 November 2020

Barrington Lecture: Has Fuel Poverty Changed and How Should Policy Respond? Charting fuel poverty in Ireland, 1987-2015

Barrington Lecture: Has Fuel Poverty Changed and How Should Policy Respond? Charting fuel poverty in Ireland, 1987-2015

Dr. Niall Farrell (Queen's University)

21 January 2021

Proposed amendments to the Laws and Consititution of SSISI also received their first reading.

Income Volatility on Dairy Farms in Ireland

Income Volatility on Dairy Farms in Ireland

Jason Loughrey (Teagasc), Declan O’Connor (MTU), Trevor Donnellan (Teagasc), Thia Hennessy (UCC) and Fiona Thorne (Teagasc).

25 March 2021

The proposer of the vote of thanks will be Tadhg Buckley (IFA). Proposed amendments to the Laws and Consititution of SSISI also received their second reading.

Symposium: International Trade and Investment Agreements: Fit for Future Purpose

Symposium: International Trade and Investment Agreements: Fit for Future Purpose

Chris Barton, Director General of Trade Negotiations, Department for International Trade; H.E. Ailish Campbell, Canada’s Ambassador to the EU; and Dr. Martina Lawless (ESRI).

5:00pm 29 April 2021

In the light of recent changes in the international trading environment and perceived pushing back against globalization, the symposium focuses on the role played by international agreements relating to trade and investment.


A High-Frequency Model of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Ireland and its Trading Partners During 2020


A High-Frequency Model of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Ireland and its Trading Partners During 2020

Donal Smith , Luke Rehill and Haicheng Shu

4:30pm 27 May 2021

The vote of thanks will be proposed by David W Higgins (Carraig Hill)

A Review of Fifteen Years of Ireland's Corporation Tax Returns

A Review of Fifteen Years of Ireland's Corporation Tax Returns

Jean Acheson & Donough Lawlor

4:30pm 17th June 2021

A Review of 15 Years of
Corporation Tax Returns
2004 to 2018

174th Session

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