A few forthcoming events may be of interest to PE readers; continue below the fold for more information.
TASC and Smart Taxes are collaborating to host Lessons from the Crisis: Money, Taxes and Saving in a Changing World, a symposium due to be held on May 9th in Croke Park (9.30 am - 4 pm). Speakers will include Marshal Auerback of the Roosevelt Institute and Randall Wray of the University of Missouri - Kansas City, both of whom are known for their work on Modern Money Theory, as well as Tom McDonnell and Michael Taft, both known to PE readers. For further information go to www.tascnet.ie.
The morning session will be chaired by Paul Sweeney (Chair of the TASC Economists' Network and PE blogger), who is also President of the Statistical & Social Inquiry Society of Ireland.
A meeting of the SSISI will take place on Tuesday, 12th April 2011, starting at 6:00 pm [SHARP], in the Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2. The session is titled Symposium on Research Capacity and Policy Making, and contributions will be made by Dr Rory O’Donnell (NESC), Prof. Frances Ruane (ESRI), Prof. Brendan Whelan (TILDA, TCD), and Mr Robert Watt (Department of Finance). This symposium will consider the use of research to generate evidence for economic and social policymaking in Ireland over the last 50 years, the ways in which research enters the policy formulation process and the development of Ireland’s capacity in this area.
Non-members are welcome to attend and participate in the discussion, and there is no need to book.
The 2011 AGM will take place on May 19th, when a paper will be presented on Compilation of a National House Price Index for Ireland, by Niall O'Hanlon (CSO): Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 at 6:00pm.