All-island research project launched to pinpoint problems in Northern Ireland economy
The project was launched today by Ibec and the Economic and Social Research Institute
A new all-island economic research project could fill the gap in statistical knowledge in Northern Ireland and help better understand the Northern economy.
The All-Island Economy research project was launched today by Ibec, the employers’ group, and the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) and will provide a macroeconomic model for the island.
Developing data for deeper debate on a potential united Ireland is not the aim of the project, Alan Barrett, the ESRI...
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