NERI Launch of Quarterly Economic Observer (January 2013)

9 January 2013, 3:00pm - 4:30pm

The NERI (Nevin Economic Research Institute) will hold a seminar on Wednesday 9th January 2013 at 3pm (note earlier starting time than usual) presenting the details of the latest NERI Quarterly Economic Observer (January 2013).

The event is open to all who are interested and is free to attend.

Details of the event are:

Speakers: Dr Micheál Collins and Dr Rory O'Farrell, Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI)
Venue: INTO Learning Centre, 38 Parnell Square, Dublin 1 (directions available at

Time: 3pm Wednesday 9th January
Outline: In this edition of the Quarterly Economic Observer (QEO), the NERI outlines:

  • New evidence in relation to the distribution of income across households and individuals in Ireland
  • NERI projections of GDP, employment and Government deficits for the next three years.

The QEO outlines the first set of macroeconomic projections for the Republic of Ireland economy from the NERI and these will be presented and discussed in the seminar. We will also present data on the Republic of Ireland income distribution and offer new insights into the numbers of households and individuals above and below certain key points of the income distribution. Our objective is to highlight and make accessible information on that distribution. In doing so we hope to enhance broader understandings of incomes in Ireland so that current and future policy assessments can take a more detailed account of whom and how many are at different points of the distribution.


To register your interest in attending and for further details please e-mail

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