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 5]
DateTitle and Description
Economic Letter - Vol. 2016, No. 511/10/2016Economic Letter - Vol. 2016, No. 5
Household Saving Behaviour in Ireland, by Julia LeBlanc
Economic Letter - Vol. 2016, No. 430/08/2016Economic Letter - Vol. 2016, No. 4
Private Placement Debt Securities and the Wholesale Funding of the Banking System in Ireland by Dermot Coates and Jennifer Dooley
Economic Letter - Vol 2016, No. 322/07/2016Economic Letter - Vol 2016, No. 3
Macroprudential Measures and Irish Mortgage Lending: A Review of Recent Data by Enda Keenan, Christina Kinghan, Yvonne McCarthy & Conor O'Toole
Economic Letter - Vol 2016, No. 2  12/04/2016Economic Letter - Vol 2016, No. 2
Indicators for Setting the Countercyclical Capital Buffer - Conn Creedon & Eoin O'Brien
Economic Letter - Vol 2016, No.102/03/2016Economic Letter - Vol 2016, No.1
Understanding Irish Labour Force Participation by Stephen Byrne and Martin D. O'Brien