Economic and Social Review: Spring Issue Published

The Spring edition of the ESR has been published. The full edition is available here.

As usual, the journal carries a wide range of articles on Economic and Social Science topics. Below are the titles, with links to the individual articles. Happy reading!

The Long-term Consequences of the Irish Marriage Bar by Irene Mosca and Robert E. Wright

Bonding and Bridging Social Capital: The Determinants of English Language Fluency and Its Effects on the Labour Market Outcome of International Students in Ireland by Zizhen Wang

Private Health Insurance in Ireland: Trends and Determinants by Kanika Kapur

The Base of Party Political Support in Ireland: An Update by David Madden

Respect Your Elders: Evidence from Ireland’s R&D Tax Credit Reform by Jean Acheson and Rory Malone

Ireland’s Fiscal Spending Multipliers by Kate Ivory, Eddie Casey and Niall Conroy

Modelling and Measuring Gains from Labour Market Desegregation in Northern Ireland by Hannah KM Kling

New Issue of Economic and Social Review

The Summer 2009 issue is now online here.  This is the first edition with a dedicated policy section [ see].  Table of contents below:

The Misperception of Inflation by
Irish Consumers
David Duffy and Peter D. Lunn
ESR Vol 40#2 page 139

Estimating the Price Overcharge from
Cartelisation of the Irish Automobile Industry
Franco Mariuzzo, Patrick Paul Walsh and Oliver van Parys

ESR Vol 40#2 page 165

Social Partnership: From Lemass to Cowen
William K. Roche

ESR Vol 40#2 page 183

Policy Section

Resolving Ireland’s Banking Crisis
Patrick Honohan

ESR Vol 40#2 page 207

A New Fiscal Strategy for Ireland
Philip R. Lane

ESR Vol 40#2 page 233