Posts by Prof Gerard Hughes
Prof Gerard Hughes
Gerard Hughes is an economist specialising in labour market issues relating to pensions, employment and migration. He worked at the ESRI where he was a Research Professor. A founding member of the European Network for Research on Supplementary Pensions and of the Pension Policy Research Group in Ireland, Gerard has published a number of reports on the coverage of pension plans, tax expenditure on pensions and pensioners’ incomes, as well as reports for the OECD and the ILO on private pensions in Ireland. He has contributed to and co-edited a number of books on pensions including Reforming Pensions in Europe and Personal Provision of Retirement Income.
Gerard Hughes 20/03/2016
Prof Gerry Hughes: In the last fifteen years the cost of pension tax relief has doubled in Ireland and the U.K. and most of the tax relief accrues to higher taxpayers. In both countries there has been official concern about the sustainability of the cost of government subsidies for private pensions and some steps have been taken to make the system …
Dr Michelle Maher completed her PhD on the Irish pension system in 2016 at Maynooth …
Alicja Bobek has a PhD in Sociology from Trinity College Dublin, an MA in Sociology and …
Nat O’Connor is a member of the Institute for Research in Social Sciences (IRiSS) and a …