The Foundation for Fiscal Studies are delighted to share the list of finalists for the Miriam Hederman O’Brien Prize 2022.
- De-risking the Public Finances – Assessing Corporation Tax Receipts, David Hughes, Ian Power, Department of Finance
- Economic Letter: Household Characteristics, Irish Inflation and the Cost of Living, Reamonn Lydon, Central Bank
- Home Support Services in Ireland: Exchequer and Distributional Impacts of Funding Options, Claire Keane, Sean Lyons, Mark Regan, Brendan Walsh, ESRI
- One Island, Two Labour Markets, John Fitzgerald, Trinity College Dublin
- Some Missing Links in Ireland’s Initial National Well-Being Framework, Luke McGrath, Western Development Commission
- Submission to the Commission on Taxation and Welfare, Social Justice Ireland
- The Commission on Taxation and Welfare, Members and Secretariat, The 2022 Commission on Taxation and Welfare
- More Fiscal Devolution for Northern Ireland?, Independent Fiscal Commission for Northern Ireland
- The Hot Mess Series on RTÉ radio, Philip Boucher-Hayes, RTE Radio
- Universal Primary Care in Ireland: Cost and Workforce Implications, Sheelah Connolly, Abian Garcia Rodriguez, Conor Keegan, Maev-Ann Wren, ESRI
The awards ceremony to recognise and congratulate the finalists will take place Thursday 14 September 2023 at 8-10am at the Irish Tax Institute. The Foundation will of course also be awarding the prize to the overall winner.
The Foundation hopes to see many friends, colleagues and members of the community at the awards ceremony. To register to attend, please click here.