Monday Blog—Review of 2014

Posted on July 27, 2015 by Tom Healy

This week's blog looks back at articles from 2014:



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Ageing well 22-DecDemographicsPensions, Social wage
The Wages Elephant is in the Domestic Parlour 15-DecWagesMacro economy, Social wage
Imagining a different society 08-DecVisionInvestment, Social wage
Things you always wanted to know about Northern Ireland public finances (Part 2) 01-DecGovernment financesPublic services
A roof over your head 24-NovHousingInvestment, Social wage
Things you always wanted to know about public finances in Northern Ireland but were afraid to ask (Part 1) 17-NovGovernment financesPublic services
Welfare Reform in Northern Ireland 03-NovWelfareLiving standards
Thinking aloud about goods and services in the public domain 20-OctSocial wageInvestment
The Shifts and the Shocks 13-OctMacro economyEurozone
Dealing with a terrible marriage 27-SepEurzoneGovernment finances, Macro economy
Getting our priorities right 20-SepTaxationJobs
Researching the macro-economic impact of the Living Wage 13-SepWagesDomestic economy, jobs
Wage repression – the new orthodoxy 06-SepWagesDomestic economy
Youth labour market still in recession 30-AugJobsDomestic economy, Inequality
Wages stagnation in Northern Ireland a brake on recovery 23-AugWagesMacro economy, Investment, Industrial policy
The Energy Debate: touch choices 16-AugInvestmentSustainability
It's party time again? 09-AugDomestic economyTaxation
The economics of aye or nay 02-AugInternational issuesGovernment finances, economic development
Après Piketty 30-JunInequalityWealth, Taxation
US-EU trade deal (TTIP): separating the baby from the bathwater 23-JunInternational tradeDomestic economy, public services
Piketty on inequality 16-JunInequalityWealth, Taxation
Some data on public sector pensions in the Republic of Ireland 09-JunPensionsGovernment finances, wealth
Tábhacht Postanna, Pá, Tithe 02-JunVisionJobs, Wages, Housing
Jobs, Wages, Homes 02-JunVisionJobs, Wages, Housing
State Development Bank welcome 26-MayInvestmentDomestic economy, jobs
Universal Private Health Insurance: Terms & Conditions will apply 19-MayHealthPublic servies, Living standards, Taxation
We have a problem on low skills and we need to talk about it 12-MayProductivityDomestic economy, investment
The lower paid 05-MayWagesInequality
Work, Pensions and Living Incomes 28-AprJobsLving standards, pensions
Doing, learning and teaching political economy 21-AprEducation 
Investment, Jobs, Young Workers, Living Wage 14-AprInvestmentWages, Living standards
Why should taxpayers pay for ‘free’ higher education? 07-AprEducationTaxation
Poverty, Wages and Violence 31-MarWagesJobs, Living standards
The temptation of Odysseus 24-MarTaxationPublic services
Cé na luachanna le haghaidh cén fhís ? 17-MarVisionDomestic economy, sustainability
Health a public good? 03-MarHealthPublic servies, Living standards, Taxation
Have the US and the UK something to teach Europe? 24-FebMonetary policyJobs, wages, productivity
Raising wages or cutting taxes? 17-FebWagesTaxation, Dometic economy, Inequality, Social wage
Time for a debate on Higher Education 10-FebEducationTaxation
The best behaved pupil? 27-JanDomestic economyTaxation
We ignore the environment at our peril 20-JanSustainabilityDomestic economy
‘a serious challenge that businesses and the Government must address’ 13-JanWagesLiving standards, Domestic economy
Decent wages: What, Why, How? 06-JanWagesLiving standards, inequality

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