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Micheál Collins

Micheál Collins is Senior Economist at the Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI). His research interests and publications are in the areas of income distribution, taxation, economic evaluation and public policy.

Prior to joining NERI he was Assistant Professor of Economics at Trinity College Dublin. He is Chairman of the Irish Social Policy Association (ISPA) and a former chairman of the Regional Studies Association (RSA) of Ireland. He was a member of the Republic of Ireland’s Commission on Taxation (2008-2009) and the Government’s Advisory Group on Tax and Social Welfare (2011-2014). During 2014 he was a member of the technical group that developed the living wage for Ireland.

Micheál is a native of Ennis in Co. Clare and a graduate of NUI Galway, UCC and the University of Dublin, Trinity College. He is an Adjunct Professor of Economics at Trinity College Dublin and is a fellow of the Regional Studies Association (FeRSA).

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The Welfare State & Redistribution Dec 16The Welfare State & Redistribution Dec 16

Issued : December 2016
by Micheál Collins
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Health Insurance and the Living WageHealth Insurance and the Living Wage

Issued : August 2016
by Micheál Collins
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Estimating the Revenue Yield from a FTTEstimating the Revenue Yield from a FTT for the Republic of Ireland

Issued : February 2016
by Micheál Collins
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Income Taxes and the Earnings DistributionIncome Taxes and the Earnings Distribution

Issued : January 2016
by Micheál Collins
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Low Pay: Some InsightsLow Pay: Some Insights

Issued : December 2015
by Micheál Collins
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Who Gains from a Minimum Wage IncreaseWho Gains from a Minimum Wage Increase

Issued : October 2015
by Micheál Collins
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Employee and Self-Employed EarningsEmployee and Self-Employed Earnings

Issued : September 2015
by Micheál Collins
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