Economic Letters 

The Central Bank is releasing a new economic publication – an economics letters series. The series, which is modelled on similar type publications released by some institutions in the Federal Reserve system in the United States, will comprise of short notes on particular domestic economic considerations. Using standard economic approaches, relevant policy issues pertinent to the Irish economy will be addressed in a concise and accessible manner. Letters will appear periodically and the publication will be an online one only.

   Publications - [Displaying most recent 10]
DateTitle and Description
Economic Letter - Vol 2015, No. 1028/10/2015Economic Letter - Vol 2015, No. 10
The macroeconomic effects of the Euro Area's Fiscal consolidation - Ansgar Rannenberg, Christian Schoder & Jan Strasky
Economic Letter - Vol 2015, No. 930/07/2015Economic Letter - Vol 2015, No. 9
Mortgage Interest Rate Types in Ireland - Robert Kelly, Paul Lyons and Conor O'Toole
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.816/07/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.8
Switch and Save in the Irish Mortgage Market?
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.727/05/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.7
Government revenues in Ireland since the financial crisis - Ronan Hickey and Diarmaid Smyth
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.607/05/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.6
The use of personal guarantees in Irish SME lending - James Carroll, Fergal McCann and Conor O'Toole
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No. 510/02/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No. 5
Mortgage insurance in an Irish context by Niamh Hallissey
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.228/01/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.2
House price volatility: The role of different buyer types - Dermot Coates, Reamonn Lydon & Yvonne McCarthy
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.328/01/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.3
Assessing the impact of macroprudential measures - Mary Cussen, Martin O’Brien, Luca Onorante & Gerard O’Reilly
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.428/01/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.4
Macro-prudential measures and the housing market - Gerard Kennedy & Rebecca Stuart
Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.114/01/2015Economic Letter - Vol. 2015, No.1
Interpreting data for Ireland in international banking statistics- Dermot Coates, Mary Everett, Joe McNeill and Aoife Molone