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2014-04-22 - Socio Economic Review 2014 - Full text and cover - FINAL

2014-04-22 - Socio Economic Review 2014 - Full text and cover - FINAL

2014-04-22 - Socio Economic Review 2014 - Full text and cover -

S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I E W 2 0 1 4 Steps Towards a Fairer Future Securing Economic Development, Social Equity and Sustainability

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  • Page 5 and 6: ISBN No. 978-1-907501-11-1 First Pu
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  • Page 10 and 11: Ireland is one of those countries a
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  • Page 14 and 15: increases in social security paymen
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  • Page 30 and 31: Table 2.2 - Total Cost of Irish Ban
  • Page 32 and 33: about the impact of the rapid pace
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  • Page 36 and 37: ***Figures from 2013 to 2015 are ta
  • Page 38 and 39: optimistic expectations of economic
  • Page 40 and 41: Sustainable employment growth can b
  • Page 42 and 43: Table 2.9 - Potential Irish Total T
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  • Page 48 and 49: v) Creating a Sustainable Future Su
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    This definition was reiterated in t

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    How many have incomes below the pov

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    The incidence of poverty Figures de

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    22.8 per cent of households which w

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    Looking at the impact of these paym

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    Table 3.10: The Poverty Gap, 2003-2

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    per cent in 2010 and 59.8 per cent

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    in the years prior to 2008. Ireland

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    Europe 2020 Strategy - Risk of pove

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    system need to be acknowledged. Mea

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    Table 3.14: Amounts of disposable i

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    Table 3.16: Ratio of Disposable Inc

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    including a new indicator measuring

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    The case for a basic income Social

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    Ten reasons to introduce basic inco

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    Ireland’s total tax-take: current

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    Chart 4.1: Ireland’s Projected Ta

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    Table 4.4: Projected Age Related Ex

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    important in terms of attracting go

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    not have any data estimates. In the

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    Social Justice Ireland welcomed the

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    The recent attention given to the a

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    local authorities and used to addre

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    Carbon Taxes Budget 2010 announced

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    Favouring changes to tax credits ra

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    Chart 4.2: How much better off woul

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    Chart 4.4: How much better off woul

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    efunds, most, over 71 per cent rece

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    on an on-going basis the cost and b

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    The issues addressed in this chapte

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    Table 5.2: Employment in Ireland, 2

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    end of 2013 the long-term unemploye

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    Although youth unemployment represe

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    Table 5.5: Persons on Live Register

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    Social Justice Ireland believes tha

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    Social Justice Ireland welcomed the

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    Further to this, The European Green

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    2013-2017 there have been reduction

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    integration and personal developmen

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    of high quality broadband particula

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    As sports policy is developed again

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    • the creation of a viable and we

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    Table 7.1- Nature of Occupancy of P

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    The Government’s housing policy s

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    poor regulation of local planning.

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    and transactions completed for 466

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    The Mortgage Arrears Information an

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    Table 7.6 - Main Need for social ho

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    Table 7.7- Length of time on record

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    saw another increase with 21,614 in

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    Environment, Community and Local Go

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    the Homelessness Oversight Group (2

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    Housing and people with disabilitie

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    The development of a national housi

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    Table 8.1 - Life Expectancy at Birt

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    who defer visits or treatment as a

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    Full medical card coverage is neces

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    Healthcare costs tend to be higher

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    expenditure, healthcare accounted f

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    Table 8.4 - HSE Support to Older Pe

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    access to social care services, for

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    People with disabilities have been

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    There was a downward trend in the r

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    access to healthcare based on need

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    Table 9.1: Ireland: Real current pu

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    also improves children’s cognitiv

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    primary and Second level Education

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    literacy and Adult literacy The OEC

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    highlights the increasing range of

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    Contributing to higher education Th

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    though the numbers in employment ha

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    Table 10.2 - Applications for Asylu

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    Table 10.3: Estimated Emigration by

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    Some of the decision-making structu

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    Social Justice Ireland believes a d

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    5. to encourage and enable public p

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    • Binding targets for resource ef

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    environment” that leads policy ma

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    • the use of energy and materials

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    A key challenge for Ireland is to e

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    In a study of national strategies t

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    The IPCC report serves to highlight

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    is already facing significant chall

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    countries. Social Justice Ireland i

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    Rural areas and small villages are

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    enterprises, farming and fishing. T

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    Small rural firms and rural entrepr

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    • availability of public transpor

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    Key farm statistics: • Average fa

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    move away from traditional farming

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    each of the indicators reported in

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    Wars, inter-community disputes and

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    & Hulova (2013) estimate that the e

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    The priorities for Irish Aid as out

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    • Take a far more proactive stanc

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    accept the current reality and ‘m

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    exclusive rights over the means of

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    Many working families on low earnin

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    Overall, although those not at work

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    proportion of their weekly income o

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    insurance, housing, savings and con

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    Using data from the two ends of thi

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    National Anti-poverty Strategy (NAp

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    GDP is accepted as the benchmark ag

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    While these rates have increased si

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    Table A4.3: Income taxation and Ire

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    in mid-2006. As chart A5.2 shows, i

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    A7.2 New Social Housing Output for

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    production will potentially increas

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    S O C I O - E C O N O M I C R E V I

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    Central Statistics Office (2013) Su

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    Collins, M.L. and Walsh, M. (2011)

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    Department of Education and Skills

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    Department of Environment, Communit

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    Duffy, D., J. FitzGerald, K. Timone

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    European Commission (2013) Proposal

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    Government of Ireland (2012) Progra

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    Housing Agency (2013) Review of Hou

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    Leahy, E., S. Lyons and Tol, R. (20

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    OECD (2013) Education at a Glance 2

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    Schwab, K. (Ed.). (2011) Global Com

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    World Commission on Environment and

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