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  • Some Important Changes in the Structure of Irish Society. A Review of Past Developments and a Perspective on the Future
Author
  • Jerry Sexton
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  • This Paper describes some important economic and demographic changes in Irish society over recent decades. Some forecasts are also included. In the case of the economic variables covered (which relate principally to the labour market) these are mainly medium-term (up to2005), but extend over a much longer period (up to 2021 and beyond) for the demographic or population aspect. Some policy implications are also discussed. Apart from providing a brief descriptive and analytical background, it is hoped that the Paper will also help in identifying areas for future research.
  • RePEc:esr:wpaper:wp137
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  • English
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