Quarterly Economic Commentary, Summer 2012
Research Note 2012/2/1: Unit Labour Costs in Irish Manufacturing, Eddie Casey Research Note 2012/2/2: The Savings Rate during the Recession, Joe Durkan and Niall O'Hanlon Research Note 2012/2/3: The Impact of Recession on Migration: A Preliminary Analysis of Census 2011, Pete Lunn Special Article: The Irish Housing Market, David Duffy and John FitzGerald Research Bulletin 2012/2/1: Pharmaceuticals: Getting Better Value for Money, Paul Gorecki, Anne Nolan, Aoife Brick and Séan Lyons
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