The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) is an independent research institute in Dublin, Ireland. Its research, primarily government-funded, focuses on Ireland's economic and social development to inform policy-making and societal understanding.The institute has played a role in informing national debates since the 1960s, such as joining the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union, undertaking the National Development Plan, and initiating policies to combat poverty.

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  • The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) is an independent research institute in Dublin, Ireland. Its research, primarily government-funded, focuses on Ireland's economic and social development to inform policy-making and societal understanding. The institute has played a role in informing national debates since the 1960s, such as joining the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union, undertaking the National Development Plan, and initiating policies to combat poverty. Roy C. Geary was the founding director of the ESRI (1959–66). The current director is Alan Barrett, who succeeded Frances P. Ruane in 2015. The Economic and Social Research Institute and Trinity College Dublin agreed to a strategic partnership in July 2010. The agreement enables both institutions to build collaborative and complementary strengths in the social sciences. (en)
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  • The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) is an independent research institute in Dublin, Ireland. Its research, primarily government-funded, focuses on Ireland's economic and social development to inform policy-making and societal understanding.The institute has played a role in informing national debates since the 1960s, such as joining the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union, undertaking the National Development Plan, and initiating policies to combat poverty. (en)
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