External Presentations

Economic staff in the Department of Finance regularly present their own research, and to inform the public and to engage with experts in national and international external organisations and agencies. The analysis and views set out in such presentations are those of the authors only and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Finance or the Minister for Finance.

2018

Patterns of Firm Level productivity in Ireland

Presenter: Luke Rehill,  presented to NERI Labour Market Conference –  22nd May 2018

Patterns of Firm level productivity in Ireland

Presenter: Luke Rehill, IEA Annual Conference, 10th May 2018

Brexit Sectoral Analysis

Presenter: Clíona McDonnell, Department of Finance, presented to Low Pay Commission  – 3 May 2018

Stability Programme Update Presentation 

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist -17th April 2018

Economic Outlook Presentation to the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council

Presenters: Economic Division, Department of Finance – 6th April 2018

Patterns of Firm Level Productivity in Ireland, Results From Multiprod Model

Presenter: Luke Rehill, National Competitiveness Council Meeting – 8th March 2018

Firm Level productivity in Ireland 

Presenter: Brendan O’Connor, Department of Finance Policy Conference – 8th March 2018

Taking the temperature – measuring the economic cycle in Ireland

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist, Presentation at IFAC annual conference – 5th March 2018

Presentation to JCHPLG on Reclassification of Approved Housing Bodies

Presenters: John McCarthy, Chief Economist; Stephen McDonagh, Statistician, Economic and Budget Division – 8th February 2018

Economic & Fiscal Outlook, Presentation to Media

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist – 9th January 2018

2017

The mechanics of the State’s finances, Presentation to KPMG internal seminar

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist – 7th December 2017

Measuring output in a small, globalised economy – Implications for policy formulation
Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist – Presentation to EFC Sub-Committee on Statistics, Brussels, 18th October 2017

Economic Outlook Presentation to the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council

Presenters: Economic Division, Department of Finance – 29th September 2017

BREXIT: The Trade Exposures of Sectors of the Irish Economy in a European Context

Presenters: Mike Fahy, Donal Smith, Gavin Murphy, and Brendan O’Connor, Economics Division, Department of Finance [WORK-IN-PROGRESS ] Presentation to IGEES Annual Conference,  8 June 2017

Multi-factor productivity: Experimental estimates, 1999-2014

Presenter: Luke Rehill, CSO, Presentation to IGEES Annual Conference,  8 June 2017

Human Capital Adjusted Production Function

Presenter: Martina Nacheva, Department of Finance, Presentation to IGEES Annual Conference,  8 June 2017

Economic and fiscal outlook

Presentation by John McCarthy, Chief Economist to pay talks, 22 May 2017

SPU 2017 Economic outlook

Presenters: John McCarthy and Macroeconomic Analysis and Forecasting Unit, Presentation to the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council, 31st March 2017

UK EU Exit – An exposure analysis of sectors of the Irish Economy

Presenters: Donal Smith, Mike Fahy, Brian Corcoran, Brendan O’Connor, Low Pay Commissions Information Day, 9th March 2017

Irish Water – Department of Finance role

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist at Joint Oireachtas Committee on Future Funding of Irish Water, January 2017

 

2016

Household Wealth in Ireland and Potential Impact of a Wealth Tax

Presenters: Donal Lynch (DoF), Martina Lawless (ESRI), November 2016

Income Tax Volatility

Presenters:  Jean Acheson (DoF), Yota Deli (ESRI). Department of Finance Tax Policy Conference, November 2016

International Impact of Financial Shocks

Presenter: Donal  Smith, October 2016

The Budgetary Process in Ireland – recent changes and future evolution

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist at PAII conference, May 2016

Tackling imbalances, risks and adjustment – the Irish experience

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist at European Commission conference, Lisbon, April 2016

Forecasting prices in a low inflation environment. A disaggregated approach over the short term

Presenters: John Harnett and Javier Papa, March 2016

 

2015

Department of Finance Tax Expenditure Evaluation Guidelines and Housing Market Incentives

Presenters: David Hegarty and Alan Barrett (ESRI), Tax Policy Conference, November 2015

Distributional Impact of Growth Enhancing Tax Reform

Presenters: Brendan O’Connor, Terence Hynes and David Haugh (OECD), Tax Policy Conference, November 2015

Fiscal consolidation and structural reforms – the Irish experience

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist at German Finance Ministry conference, Berlin, March 2015

 

2014

Fiscal rules and the structural balance – the case of a small, open economy

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist at Bruegel conference, Brussels, November 2014

Dublin Economic Workshop, Economic Growth Impacts of Structural Reforms in Ireland

Presenters: Brendan O’Connor and Laura Weymes, October 2014

European Evaluation Society, Evaluation of Tax Expenditures in Ireland

Presenters: Brendan O’Connor and Donal Lynch, October 2014

Economic Impact of Foreign-Owned Sector in Ireland

Presenters: Brendan O’Connor & Shane Enright, Tax Policy Conference, October 2014

Observations on the 2014 Country-Specific Recommendations to Ireland

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist at IIEA-European Commission seminar, Dublin, June 2014. You can also watch John’s presention here.

The Irish financial assistance programme – entry, exit and lessons learned

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist at Nicosia Economic Congress, Nicosia, May 2014

Economic Governance post-Troika – implications for Ireland

Presenter: John McCarthy, Chief Economist at European Commission Conference, Dublin, March 2014

 

2013

Dublin Economic Workshop, The structure of Ireland’s tax system and options for growth enhancing reform

Presenters: Brendan O’Connor, October 2013