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Programme for the 2019/20 session

Date

Topic

Venue and Time

30 October 2019 (Wednesday) Measuring Poverty Around the World, by Tony Atkinson: An Overview by Andrea Brandolini (Banca d'Italia) and John Micklewright (UCL). Discussants: Tricia Keilthy (St Vincent de Paul and UCD) and Brian Nolan (INET, University of Oxford). Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm
14 November 2019 Future Life Expectancies in Ireland by Rabia Naqvi and Shane Whelan (UCD School of Mathematics & Statistics). Discussants: Eoin Dormer (Department of Public Expenditure & Reform) and Tony Jeffery (Society of Actuaries In Ireland). Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm
23 January 2020 Understanding income inequality in Ireland by Barra Roantree (Economic & Social Research Institute & Trinity College Dublin). Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm
27 February 2020 Understanding income inequality in Ireland by Barra Roantree (Economic & Social Research Institute & Trinity College Dublin). Those intending to attend the meeting please notify Chloe Horan, of the Office of the Director General, at DGOffice@cso.ie. Central Statistics Office, Skehard Road, Cork at 1:00pm
9 April 2020 The Northern Ireland Economy: Problems and Prospects by John FitzGerald  (TCD) and Edgar L.W. Morgenroth (DCU). Slides also available.
Online at 4:30pm; we are asking that those who wish to attend register their interest through the meeting's Eventbrite page. Details to join will then be sent on Thursday 9th, ahead of the meeting itself, by email.
23 April 2020 Symposium entitled "Science-Policy Interfaces and the Environment", with three contributions: The Future is Now: The Science-Policy Interface for achieving Sustainable Development, by Astra Bonini (UN Department of Economic & Social Affairs); Developing solutions and informing Irish policymakers across the pillars of Climate, Water & Sustainability (Dorothy Stewart, Environmental Protection Agency); and Benchmarking Ireland's performance on Environmental SDG targets for policy-making (Patrick Paul Walsh, UCD Geary Institute for Public Policy and an Honorary Secretary of the Society) Online at 5:00pm; we are asking that those who wish to attend register their interest through the meeting's Eventbrite page. Details to join will then be sent on Tuesday April 21st, ahead of the meeting itself, by email.
21 May 2020 Symposium entitled "Understanding the Covid19 pandemic and its consequences", with six short contributions (slides are here):
  • "The epidemiology of Covid-19: Learning from the past and modelling for the future" by Catherine Comiskey (Trinity College Dublin);
  • "The impact of covid19 on income and employment: early evidence from administrative data" by Jean Acheson (Revenue Commissioners);
  • "Measuring the economic impact of covid19 in real time" by Reamonn Lydon (Central Bank of Ireland); 
  • "Covid19 and the Northern Irish economy: initial insights" by Conor Lambe (Danske Bank);
  • "What has Covid-19 told us about inequality in Ireland?"  by Shana Cohen (TASC); and
  • "Business in a compressed economy" by Gerard Brady (Ibec).
Online at 4:30pm; we are asking that those who wish to attend register their interest through the meeting's Eventbrite page. Details to join will then be sent on May 19th, ahead of the meeting itself, by email.

 

Programme for the 2018/19 session

8 November 2018 Managing a Century of Debt [see also data description and dataset] John Fitzgerald (TCD) and SeŠn Kenny (Lund). Discussants: Rebecca Stuart (Central Bank of Ireland) and Rossa White (NTMA). Royal Irish Academy,
19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

6 December 2018

A Gravity Model Analysis of Irish Merchandise Goods Exports under Brexit by Gerard Keogh (CSO). Discussants: Javier Papa (Department of Business, Enterprise & Innovation) and Michael Wycherley (Trinity College Dublin).

MhŠirtin Ui Chadhain Theatre (Room 2041B, Ground Floor), Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin at 5:30pm

24 January 2019

Irelandís National Wage Agreementís & Macroeconomic Performance: 1988 - 2008 by Anthony Leddin (University of Limerick) and Paul Egan (University of St Andrews). Discussants: Jim O'Leary, Economist and former member of the Public Sector Benchmarking Body, and Christopher Ryan, Department of Public Expenditure & Reform

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

21 February 2019

US corporate tax rate cuts: Spillovers to the Irish economy by Daragh Clancy (European Stability Mechanism). Discussant: Frank Barry (TCD)

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

14 March 2019

Estimates of Foreign Assets and Liabilities for Ireland by Vahagn Galstyan (Central Bank of Ireland and Trinity College Dublin)

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

28 March 2019

Northern Ireland Multiple Deprivation Measures, 2017 by Tracy Power and Brian Green (NISRA)

CSO, Skehard Road, Cork
at 12:30pm

9 April 2019

US corporate tax rate cuts: Spillovers to the Irish economy by Daragh Clancy (European Stability Mechanism) Discussant: Dr Graham Brownlow, Queen's University Belfast.

Lecture Theatre, Queen's Management School, Queen's University Belfast, Riddel Hall, 185 Stranmillis Road, Belfast, BT9 5EE at 4:00pm

25 April 2019

Symposium titled The Economies on the Island of Ireland. Contributions from Richard Johnston (Ulster Univ), Frances Ruane and Laura Heery (Ulster Univ); John FitzGerald (TCD); and Martina Lawless (ESRI).

Chartered Accountants House, 47/49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
at 5:30pm

23 May 2019

AGM (see also accounts) and Presidential Address by Prof. Frances Ruane titled The Changing Patterns of Production and Consumption of Official Statistics in Ireland, 1989-2019.

Institute of International & European Affairs, 8 North Great George's Street, Dublin 1 at 5:30pm

 

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