Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland
is an all-Ireland body that has been in continuous
existence since 1847. The Society organises seven
or so public meetings
each year at which papers are read followed by an
open forum discussion. The proceedings are
subsequently published in the Journal
of the Society. The Society provides a unique
meeting ground for discussion between
decision-makers in the business, public service,
trade union, academic and research communities.
The Society is run on an entirely voluntary basis
by a Council
the members and is financed by the subscriptions
of members, individuals and corporate.