Department of Finance
Published on 5 December 2018
Last updated on 11 January 2019
Staff in the economic division regularly produce working papers that explore and analyse macroeconomic, microeconomic and fiscal issues to help inform policy formation.
The analysis and views set out in these working papers are those of the authors only and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Finance or the Minister for Finance.
Where are we now? Examining Irish Economic Developments in Real-Time
Analysis of private sector debt in Ireland
Estimating Ireland’s output gap
Measuring an economy’s cyclical position
Brexit: Analysis of Import Exposures in an EU Context
Patterns of Firm Level Productivity in Ireland
UK EU Exit: Trade Exposures of Sectors of the Irish Economy in a European Context
Implications of Behavioral Economics for Tax Policy
UK EU Exit – An Exposure Analysis of Sectors of the Irish Economy
This paper is an update of a previous version of the paper that was published with Budget 2017 on 11 October 2016. Following publication of the October 2016 version, the CSO released updated data which is now included in the revised paper.
Forecasting Trade Deflators in Ireland
Role of evidence in tax policy and tax expenditure evaluation
Economic Evaluation of The R&D Tax Credit
Analysis of recent property price developments and implications for Local Property Tax liabilities and revenue yield
Literature Review of The Economic Effects of Corporation Tax
Economic Impact of the Foreign-Owned Sector in Ireland
Quantification of the Economic impacts of selected structural reforms in Ireland
An Economic Approach to Evaluate the R&D Tax Credit
The Impact of the Patent Cliff on Pharma-Chem Output in Ireland
The Structure of Ireland’s tax system and options for growth enhancing reform
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