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Our goal is to promote the study and discussion of issues relating to fiscal policy.
Miriam Hederman O’Brien Prize for 2018
The Foundation for Fiscal Studies are delighted to announce the joint winners of the Miriam Hederman O’Brien Prize 2019
Javier Papa, Luke Rehill and Brendan O’Connor
Donal Palcic, Eoin Reeves and Anne Stafford (UL)
For a full list of those shortlisted, please click here Prize-Winners 2019
“Reflections on Ireland’s
Thursday 12 March 2020
(Registration + tea/coffee/pastries from 8.00am)
Irish Tax Institute, South Block, Longboat Quay, Dublin 2
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
CAN WE AFFORD FUTURE INCREASES IN HEALTH EXPENDITURE?
Wednesday 27th February 2019 @1PM
Susan Mitchell – Health Editor Sunday Business Post
- Michael Muller, a health policy analyst with the OECD who will examine the resources spent on health, along with health outcomes in Ireland from an international perspective.
- Sheelagh Connolly of the ESRI will discuss the future of the Slaintecare plan
- Jessica Lawless, an economist at DPER will present findings from the 2018 Spending Review examining hospital inputs and outputs since 2014.
Presentations are available by clicking on the persons name
The Foundation for Fiscal Studies are delighted to announce the joint winners of the Miriam Hederman O'Brien Prize 2019 Winners Patterns of firm level productivity in Ireland Javier Papa, Luke Rehill and Brendan O’Connor Lifting the Lid: The Private Financing of
Gerard Hughes & Micheal Collins receiving their medals from Colm Kelly, Chairman of the Foundation MIRIAM HEDERMAN O’BRIEN PRIZE 2017 WINNER “ Supporting Pension Contributions Through the Tax System: Outcomes, Costs and Examining Reform” Micheal Collins & Gerard Hughes Shortlist: “Analysis of Low Income Taxpayers and
The Role of Corporation Tax in Ireland's Industrial Policy. Westbury Hotel. Friday 15th June 2018 @08.00hrs