Executive summary Overall, there is little evidence the economy was overheating in 2018. In this context, our view is that the structural balance was marginally in surplus in 2018 with a plausible range of 0.0% to 1.0% of potential output. The economy is likely to be overheating by the end of 2019...
External event contributions
The NERI team regularly present our research at range of conferences and seminars.
Additionally we also contribute submissions to parliamentary committees, regulatory bodies and government consultations.
BUILDING A JUST TRANSITION - The Case of Bord na Móna Tackling Climate Change & Building a Just Transition Model in Ireland Tuesday 30 April 2019 Bridge House Hotel, Tullamore Presentation by Paul Goldrick-Kelly, Economist, NERI
Paul Mac Flynn, NERI presented on Brexit at the Inaugural NIPSA DAERA Department Conference in the Royal Hotel Cookstown, Co Tyrone on 28th March, 2019.
The Republic of Ireland's labour market is tightening, albeit not yet overheating. As such, the prospects for real wage growth for workers continue to improve. In this presentation we assess the state of the Republic of Ireland's labour market and look ahead to the potential for real wage growth in...
Dr Lisa Wilson presentation to the Agenda NI Northern Ireland Economics Conference 2018
Brexit - What now? - slides from SIPTU BDC on 3 Oct 2017 by Paul Mac Flynn
Dr Lisa Wilson presentation slides from her contribution to conference looking at 'The Regional Dimensions of Industrial Strategy'. This conference was hosted by the Urban & Regional Economics Seminar Group, Open University, Belfast
Women in work presentation to Joint Women’s Committee Seminar
Dr Lisa Wilson presentation slides to NIC-ICTU
Dr Lisa Wilson, NERI - presentation for the Irish Congress of Trade Unions, Retired Workers Seminar North/South held in ICTU Belfast office on 23rd and 24th Feburary, 2017. The presentation was on 'The economic and social contribution of oder people'.