Centre for Policy Studies

Centre for Policy Studies

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  • Magennis, Eoin; MacFeely, Steve; Gough, Aidan (Centre for Cross Border Studies, 2010)
    Since late 2008 the issue of cross-border shopping has been a favourite topic of media interest and speculation. Stories emerged around Christmas 2008 about ASDA in Enniskillen being the sixth top performing store in the ...
  • MacFeely, Steve (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2007-03)
    The 2000-2005 period was a turbulent one for the tourism industry. Yet despite shocks like September 11 and the outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease, domestic tourism has not only survived but also apparently thrived, with ...
  • MacFeely, Steve; O'Brien, Catriona (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2008-10)
    Most family businesses are small, engage less than 10 persons and trade in the more traditional industries, such as the distributive trades or hospitality industries. Family businesses export less product, generate a lower ...
  • MacFeely, Steve; Moloney, Richard; Kenneally, Martin (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2011-03)
    In 1966 Roy Geary, Director of the ESRI, noted “the absence of any kind of import and export statistics for regions is a grave lacuna” and further noted that if regional analyses were to be developed then regional Input-Output ...
  • Delaney, Jillian; MacFeely, Steve (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 2014-05)
    This paper presents a new approach to measuring and understanding the activities of the tourism industries in Ireland. Using structural business statistics and administrative registers a new set of static and dynamic ...

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