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This year
Ireland's poorest households saw their income dip even further during the pandemic
Research from the Economic and Social Research Institute found that the decline was due to a drop in the number of hours worked.
Last year
Land Development Agency should have power to acquire public and private land, ESRI says
The Land Development Agency (LDA) currently builds homes on publicly owned land.
Report finds Ireland’s productivity 40% higher than Northern Ireland’s over the past 20 years
The report concluded that there was a need to invest in education in the North to reduce the gap.
All time
Young people who talk to parents about relationships 'significantly more likely' to use contraception during sex
The findings are included in a report published today by the HSE and ESRI.
Lower-income families spending 20% of their disposable incomes on childcare
A new study from the ESRI has looked at how the cost of childcare affects working mothers.
What's forecast for 2018: More jobs, more spending and higher wages
The optimistic outlook comes as the government prepares to announce Budget details for 2018.
The number of refugees resettled here doubled since 2014 - but overall number still low
An ESRI report says the figure is low in the context of the crisis, and compared to the efforts of other EU countries.
House prices in the Irish market are still undervalued, says ESRI
The research finds that there is no sign of a ‘bubble’ in the domestic market.
Generic drugs are more expensive in Ireland than the EU
Although we are taking more generic drugs, it had not led to any savings for the State or the cash-paying patient.