The Foundation for Fiscal Studies are delighted to announce the joint winners of the Miriam Hederman O'Brien Prize 2018 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
Nominations are invited for work completed during the period 2018 which has added to the public knowledge or understanding in areas such as taxation, public expenditure and other related fiscal policy topics.
The Miriam Hederman O'Brien Gold Medal 2016 was awarded to Aedin Doris and Bruce Chapman for their paper "Modelling Higher Education Financing Reform for Ireland" Aedin Doris accepting the Gold Medal from Colm Kelly, Chairman of the Foundation for Fiscal Studies.
Wednesday, 3rd May 2017. Speakers included: Professor Frank Berry, Professor Ron Davies, Mr Alan Gibbons & Mr Brian Cotter.
2013 Winner - The inaugural Miriam Hederman O’Brien research prize was awarded on 28 November 2013 to Gerard Brady for his paper titled ‘Network social capital and labour market outcomes - Evidence for Irish fiscal and labour market policy' 2014 Winner
Nominations are invited for work completed during the period 2016 which has added to the public knowledge or understanding in areas such as taxation, public expenditure and other related fiscal policy topics. Details of the prize, entry criteria and submission
First Report of the Commission on Taxation Reports, Direct Taxation - July 1982 Second Report of the Commission on Taxation Reports, Direct Taxation - The Role of Incentives (Part 1) - March 1984 Second Report of the Commission on Taxation Reports,
Simon harris TD, Minster of State at the Departments of Finance PER and Taoiseach with Special Responsibility for the OPW, Public Procurement, and International Banking (incl IFSC), speaking at the award ceremony of the Miriam Hederman O’Brien prize on 30
The Miriam Hederman O’Brien prize is awarded by the Foundation for Fiscal Studies in association with The Irish Times to recognise outstanding work in the area of Irish fiscal policy. The aim of the prize is to promote the study
We were delighted to host a seminar with Professor Diane Coyle about alternative measures to GDP.