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Blog Archive | September 2018

Slides from NERI Seminar: 'Housing in Northern Ireland and its implications for living standards'

Posted on September 28, 2018 by Paul Mac Flynn

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Here are the slides from the NERI Seminar on the 27th September 2018, 'Housing in Northern Ireland and its implications for living standards', presented by Paul Mac Flynn and Dr Lisa Wilson from the NERI.

A strange notion of freedom

Posted on September 21, 2018 by Tom Healy

Tom Healy, Director NERI
The Irish Tax Institute does not disappoint. It describes itself as ‘the only professional body exclusively dedicated to tax’. In a way, this is an odd description because readers of its yearly pre- and post-budget documentation may have the impression that tax is an evil, but a necessary one at that. The aim of professional analysis by tax experts is to minimise it - legally (so that we …

Context for Budget 2019: A Long-run Focus

Posted on September 17, 2018 by Tom McDonnell

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This presentation gives the NERI perspective along with some facts and figures in advance of Budget 2019.

Posted in: InequalityMacroeconomicsTaxation

Slides from NERI Seminar: 'Healthcare - Time for a New Deal'

Posted on September 12, 2018 by Louisa O'Brien

Slides from NERI Seminar: 'Healthcare - Time for a New Deal' presented by Dr Tom Healy, Director, NERI and Paul Goldrick-Kelly, Economist, NERI on 12th September, 2018. Slides NERI Seminar - PGK & TH - 12 Sept 18 from NevinInstitute

Rebalancing our economy

Posted on September 08, 2018 by Tom Healy

Tom Healy, Director NERI
The role of small and medium-sized enterprises is crucial to the goal of a renewed domestic enterprise sector.  The unrelenting pressure of competition, technological change and environmental challenges, not to mention the uncertainties and risks associated with Brexit, call for a coordinated approach to enterprise development.  Ireland has followed, in many respects, a different pathway to …

‘Bad’ Jobs and Productivity: Why flexible employment is negatively affecting productivity

Posted on September 07, 2018 by Lisa Wilson

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Productivity - the amount of value produced per hour worked - has grown at a painfully slow rate across many large Western economies since the financial crisis of 2008. The UK has been among the worst performing economies and within it, Northern Ireland has been falling behind even more.  At the same time, employment in Northern Ireland is at a record high and we have been hearing suggestions …

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