Irish income tax returns as a source for GDP estimates for Ireland, 1853-1914

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    Abstract

    Since 1994 the Irish Quantitative History Group, formerly known as the
    Historical National Accounts Group for Ireland (HNAG), meeting regularly in
    the Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin, has been working towards
    developing a comprehensive set of statistics on Irish economic growth between
    the Famine and the First World War. In this symposium three participants
    provide an interim report on the progress of the group’s work to date, and on
    some of the technical issues it has encountered.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)84-90
    JournalIrish Economic and Social History
    Volume37
    Issue number1
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

    Bibliographical note

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    This paper is a section of a larger journal article [symposium] Cullen, L.M. (2010) Estimating Irish GDP from the mid- nineteenth century to the First World War. Irish Economic and Social History, 37 (1), pp.75-104. Please note the entire article is attached - Jason Begley's paper can be found on pages 10-16 of the PDF

    Keywords

    • gdp
    • national income
    • economic growth
    • income tax

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