For those interested in fiscal issues and tax modelling/forecasting, two economists in the Department of Finance, Gerard McGuinness and Diarmaid Smyth, have just published a working paper looking at Corporation Tax.
The paper uses both micro- and macro-economic perspectives and focuses on the marked rise in CT receipts and corporate profitability since 2014 is highlighted.
The women@econ program at UCD School of Economics is an initiative aimed at increasing the number of females studying economics and pursuing it as a career through a series of career and networking events.
The first event is a panel Q&A session with speakers from government, industry, and academia and takes place on Thursday 21 Nov 6-8pm at Newman Theatre R. All welcome, register here.
List of speakers:
Elena Mazza (Economist at the Central Bank of Ireland)
Martina Lawless (Associate Research Professor at ESRI)
Deirdre Coy (PhD Candidate at UCD School of Economics)
Claire Doyle (Economist in the Parliamentary Budget Office, Houses of the Oireachtas)
Kajsa Svensson (Qualified Accountant at Western Union)
Maria Krump (Global Safety Investigator at Facebook)