Read more: Skills Benchmarking Survey Findings
The Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science has released the findings of their research on Skills Benchmarking. The report is available here.
Read more: Poverty, income inequality and living standards in Ireland: Third annual report
The Economic and Social Research Institute have released a new publication: “Poverty, income inequality and living standards in Ireland: Third annual report”. The report is available here.
Read more: Job quality of minimum wage workers in Ireland
A new Economic and Social Research Institute report: “Job quality of minimum wage workers in Ireland” has been published. The study examines the quality of minimum wage jobs in Ireland across a range of different measures. The report is available here.
Read more: Publicly-funded research in the era of Big Deals Publishers and Data Surveillance
POLICY BRIEF Publicly-funded research in the era of Big Deals Publishers and Data Surveillance Dr. Lai Ma, School of Information and Communication Studies, University College Dublin ORCID 0000-0002-0997-3605 A pdf version of this policy brief is available here. Key Insights The products of publicly-funded research are largely in the hands of commercial publishers. The…
Read more: A New Generation of Symbols: Building a Shared Identity
Policy Brief A New Generation of Symbols: Building a Shared Identity Authors: Dr. Bethany Corbett, Queens University Belfast & Dr. Laura Taylor, University College Dublin Email: B.Corbett@qub.ac.uk, email@example.com A pdf version of this policy brief is available to download here. Why is this Issue Important? Imagine walking into a space and hearing ‘God Save the…
Read more: Is EU policy making matters worse? Towards a Human Rights Based Approach to Irregular Migration by Sea
Dr Aphrodite Papachristodoulou, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Irish Centre for Human Rights, School of Law, University of Galway. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Key Words: Migration, External Border Management, Search and Rescue, Human Rights, EU. A pdf version of this paper is available here. Background (Irregular) Migration continues to be the European Union’s (‘EU’) Achille’s heel as its policy…
Read more: Heat Pumps and Energy Retrofit – a Case Study with Policy Insights. Why a sample home with a C BER hasn’t upgraded to a Heat Pump
Dr. Shane Colclough DipEE, BSc(Eng), MIE, MBA, PhD, MIEI, C.Eng, EurIng School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy, University College Dublin A pdf version of this paper is available to read here. 1. Introduction Government policy is to install 400,000 heat pumps and carry out 500,000 home energy upgrades by 2030  with the National Retrofit…