OCCASIONAL PAPERS

 

 

 

 

1

Reforming the Educational System in Northern Ireland. A Comment on 'Learning for Life' and Recent Developments in the Education System (January 1995)

2

Demographic Trends in Northern Ireland: Key Findings and Policy Implications (March 1995)

3

"Through Peace to Prosperity". Proceedings of the Peace Seminar hosted by the Economic Council (April 1995)

4

The Economic Implications of Peace and Political Stability for Northern Ireland (June 1995)

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Supplementary Paper to Occasional Paper 4: The Implications of Peace and Political Stability in Northern Ireland for Selected Sectors: Inward Investment, Tourism and Security (June 1995)

5

Health and Personal Social Services to the Millennium. A Response to Regional Strategy for Health and Social Wellbeing, 1997-2002 (December 1995)

6

Building A Better Future. A Response to Building on Success. Proposals for Future Housing Policy (May 1996)

7

"Decentralised Government and Economic Performance in Northern Ireland". Proceedings of the Seminar sponsored by the Northern Ireland Economic Council in association with the University of Ulster on 19 June 1996 at the University of Ulster at Jordanstown (December 1996)

8

Towards Resolving Long-Term Unemployment in Northern Ireland. A Response to Long-Term Unemployment (June 1997)

9

The Impact of a National Minimum Wage on the Northern Ireland Economy. A Response to the Low Pay Commission (February 1998)

10

"Hard Choices. Policy Autonomy and Priority-setting in Public Expenditure". Proceedings of the Seminar sponsored by the Northern Ireland Economic Council jointly with Democratic Dialogue and the Eastern Health and Social Services Board on 22 June 1998 at the Eastern Health and Social Services Board (December 1998)
[Printed, Published and Distributed by 'Democratic Dialogue' Tel 01232-232228]

11

Growth with Development. A Response to New TSN (December 1998)

12

A Step-Change in Economic Performance? A Response to Strategy 2010 (September 1999)

13

Local Development: A Turning Point (December 2000))

 

14
Developing a Regional Innovation Strategy for Northern Ireland. A Statement by the Economic Council on research conducted by Philip Cooke, Stephen Roper and Peter Wylie (November 2001)

15

Implementation of The Capabilities and Innovation Perspective: The Way Ahead in Northern Ireland - Informed Commentaries (March 2003)

 

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