The economic letters series, which is modelled on similar type publications released by some institutions in the Federal Reserve system in the United States, comprise short notes on particular domestic economic considerations. Using standard economic approaches, relevant policy issues pertinent to the Irish economy are addressed in a concise and accessible manner. Letters will appear periodically and the publication will be an online one only.
Publications - [Displaying results 1 - 6 of 6]
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|06/11/2013||Economic Letter - Vol 2013, No. 6
Using data from the Quarterly National Household Survey, we analyse the determinants of re-employment probabilities among Irish workers from 2000-2012.
|07/10/2013||Economic Letter- Vol 2013, No. 5
The Importance of Banks in SME Financing: Ireland in a European Context
|26/09/2013||Economic Letter - Vol 2013, No.4
Profiling the Cross-Border Funding of the Irish Banking System
|02/09/2013||Economic Letter - Vol 2013, No. 3
A Monthly Business Cycle Indicator for Ireland
|26/07/2013||Economic Letter - Vol 2013, No. 2
Do households with debt problems spend less
|28/03/2013||Economic Letter - Vol 2013, No. 1
The Impact of the Financial Crisis on Banks' Net Interest Margins - Sarah Holton, Jane Kelly, Reamonn Lydon, Allen Monks & Nuala O'Donnell