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Tom Healy

Dr Tom Healy     @TomHealyNERI

Dr Tom Healy is Director of the Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI). He has previously worked in the Economic and Social Research Institute, the Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, the National Economic and Social Forum and the Department of Education and Skills.

He holds a PhD (economics and sociology) from UCD. His research interests have included the impact of education and social capital on well-being.


There is an alternative and we have choices

Tom Healy 27/03/2012

Tom Healy: Today the Nevin Economic Research Institute is being launched. The website www.NERInstitute.net contains information about the new …

Back in recession

Tom Healy 22/03/2012

Tom Healy: While quarterly national accounts data are always to be taken with caution the latest CSO data clearly indicate a return to recession - …

Emigration a 'lifestyle choice'?

Tom Healy 17/03/2012

Tom Healy: Today's 'feel good' story in the Irish Times ran as 'Emigrants leaving by choice'. Nice to know that some people still have choices. …

Referendum on the Austerity Pact

Tom Healy 28/02/2012

Tom Healy: With at least one Referendum on the Austerity Pact imminent over the coming months one looks forward in hope to a debate that will draw on …

'Austerity is working' - not

Tom Healy 24/02/2012

Tom Healy: In its latest Quarterly Economic Commentary the ESRI QEC authors observe that 'The euro zone economy is slipping into recession due to the …

There is an alternative

Tom Healy 27/01/2012

Tom Healy: A copy of a paper I gave at the Dublin Economics Workshop today is available here. The conference provides an opportunity for a large …

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