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Paul Mac Flynn

Paul Mac Flynn is a senior economist at the NERI specialising in the Northern Ireland Economy.

He is a graduate of University College Dublin with a BA in Economics and Politics and the University of Bristol with an MSc in Economics and Public Policy, specialising in the economic impacts of political devolution in the UK.

Having previously worked in financial services he is now based with NERI in Belfast.

Policy Research Paper launched in Northern Ireland

Posted on January 15, 2013 by Paul Mac Flynn

Infrastructure
Today the NERI published its first Policy Research Paper “Policy Options for Investment in Northern Ireland”. The paper will be officially launched at an event in Parliament Buildings in Belfast today. The paper seeks to highlight the infrastructural investment required in the Northern Ireland economy over the next number of years in the context of on-going economic stagnation and high …

Austerity isn’t working: A Northern Ireland Perspective

Posted on October 27, 2012 by Paul Mac Flynn

Paul MacFlynn, NERI
The International Monetary Fund recently admitted that they have, since the beginning of the crisis, grossly underestimated the damage that austerity policies have been doing to the economy. The admission was made in the latest edition of the World Economic Outlook released at their bi-annual meeting in Tokyo. This admission fatally undermines the economic case for the UK coalition government's …

Part-time working a problem for Northern Ireland

Posted on September 24, 2012 by Paul Mac Flynn

part time workers graph
Recent data has indicated that the level of unemployment in Northern Ireland has surpassed that of the UK as a whole. This is worrying news, but it is also not a full picture of the labour market in Northern Ireland. The unemployment rate does not count those who are underemployed, those who are in employment but still seek work. Indicator 2.5 (b) of the Quarterly Economic Facts shows the number …

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