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Twelve studies are being undertaken as part of the ESRI Economic Renewal Series. Each study analyses evidence-based approaches to major policy challenges facing Ireland, as we seek to emerge from the economic crisis. The papers assess what we can learn from current international and domestic evidence about major policy questions.
Claire Keane, John R. Walsh, Tim Callan, Michael Savage, ESRI Economic Renewal Series No. 11, 18/04/12.
Troubled Times: What role for Competition and Regulatory Policy?
Paul Gorecki (ESRI), ESRI Economic Renewal Series No. 10, 18/04/12.
Explaining Changes in Earnings and Labour Costs During the Recession
Adele Bergin, Elish Kelly, Seamus McGuinness, ESRI Economic Renewal Series No. 9, 18/04/12.
Can Policy Improve Our Financial Decision-Making?
Pete Lunn, ESRI Economic Renewal Series No. 8, 29/02/12.
Irish Housing: A Role for Loan-to-Value Limits?
David Duffy, ESRI Economic Renewal Series No. 7, 29/02/12.
Quality of Public Services: Irish Public Perceptions and Implications for Renewal
Improving Second-level Education: Using Evidence for Policy Development
The Potential Role of Pay-for-Performance in Irish Health Care
"Boosting Innovation and Productivity in Enterprises: What Works?"
"How Can We Improve Evaluation Methods for Public Infrastructure?"
"What Can Active Labour Market Policies Do"
Elish Kelly, Seamus McGuinness and Philip O’Connell (ESRI), Economic Renewal Series No. 1, 09/11/2011.
These papers were presented at a series of half-day conferences: