Who funds National Institute of Economic and Social Research?
Our funders include government departments and agencies, the research councils, particularly the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), charitable foundations, the European Commission, and the private sector.
What does ESRI stand for Ireland?
The Economic and Social Research Institute
Contact the ESRI The Economic and Social Research Institute.
What is nigem?
Developed and maintained by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR), NIGEM is the leading global macroeconomic model, used since 1987 by both policy-makers and the private sector across the globe for economic forecasting, scenario building and stress-testing.
Is ESRI a government?
Statement on Independence The ESRI is Ireland’s leading not-for-profit economic and social policy research institute. We are fully independent and our work is free of any expressed ideology or political position.
Is the ESRI a government body?
It is a not-for-profit organisation and registered as a charity under registration number CHY5335. The ESRI’s Memorandum and Articles of Association are here. These set out the rules for the organisation’s governance and management structure, in particular the role of members, the Council, and the Director.
What is national economy?
Definition of national economy : the economy of a nation specifically : the economy of a nation as a whole that is an economic unit and is usually held to have a unique existence greater than the sum of the individual units within it.
What does the ESRI stand for?
Environmental Systems Research Institute
Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI)
Who is ESRI Ireland?
The ESRI is Ireland’s leading not-for-profit economic and social policy research institute. We are fully independent and our work is free of any expressed ideology or political position.
How do you reference the growing up study in Ireland?
Growing Up in Ireland Study Team (2011). Qualitative key findings: Nine-year-olds on their health and well-being (No. 2). Dublin: ESRI/TCD/DCYA.
What is the National Institute of economic and Social Research?
The National Institute of Economic and Social Research is Britain’s longest established independent research institute, founded in 1938. Our mission is to carry out research into the economic and social forces that affect people’s lives and to improve the understanding of those forces and the ways in which policy can bring about change.
Do NIESR’s economic forecasts reflect the views of other institutions?
Please note that none of our publications necessarily reflect their views. NIESR’s well-known quarterly economic forecasts are produced using our global econometric model, NiGEM, which is also used by many European Central Banks and international organisations such as the OECD.
Who are the partners of the Institute of macroeconomics?
We are partners in three ESRC research centres ( LLAKES, the Institute for Macroeconomics, and Rebuilding Macroeconomics ), along with ESCoE, which is funded by the Office for National Statistics. The Institute is also grateful for the support of its corporate members . Please note that none of our publications necessarily reflect their views.
What are the gender pay differentials At NIESR?
We undertook an analysis of gender pay differentials at NIESR in January 2018. This used Full Time Equivalents, based on a permanent staff of 40 who work for NIESR at least 50% of their time (22 male staff, 18 female). The median salary for female staff was found to be £39,982, 6% higher than the male staff median.