Cathal O'Donoghue
Cathal O'Donoghue
Dean of Arts, Social Science and Celtic Studies, National University of Ireland Galway
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TitleCited byYear
Dynamic microsimulation: A methodological survey
C O’Donoghue
Brazilian Electronic Journal of Economics 4 (2), 77, 2001
1822001
Household incomes and redistribution in the European Union: quantifying the equalizing properties of taxes and benefits
H Immervoll, H Levy, C Lietz, D Mantovani, C O’Donoghue, H Sutherland, ...
The distributional effects of government spending and taxation, 135-165, 2006
1652006
An introduction to EUROMOD
H Immervoll, C O'donoghue, H Sutherland
Microsimulation Unit, Department of Applied Economics, University of Cambridge, 1999
1301999
A survey of dynamic microsimulation models: uses, model structure and methodology
J Li, C O'Donoghue
International Journal of microsimulation 6 (2), 3-55, 2013
1202013
Functional land management: A framework for managing soil-based ecosystem services for the sustainable intensification of agriculture
RPO Schulte, RE Creamer, T Donnellan, N Farrelly, R Fealy, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 38, 45-58, 2014
1162014
Introduction: The wall after the wall
P Andreas
The wall around the West: State borders and immigration controls in Northá…, 2000
1162000
Accounting for the family in European income tax systems
C O'Donoghue, H Sutherland
Cambridge Journal of Economics 23 (5), 565-598, 1999
1121999
Exploring public preferences for traditional farming landscapes
P Howley, CO Donoghue, S Hynes
Landscape and Urban Planning, 2011
1072011
i Verwerft, D.(2010).„How Regressive are Indirect Taxes? A Microsimulation Analysis of Five European Countries “
A Decoster, J Loughrey, C O’Donoghue
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 29 (2), 0
98*
The role of the marine sector in the Irish national economy: an input–output analysis
K Morrissey, C O’Donoghue
Marine Policy 37, 230-238, 2013
932013
The impact of Brazil's tax-benefit system on inequality and poverty
H Immervoll, H Levy, JR Nogueira, C O'Donoghue, RB de Siqueira
IZA Discussion Paper, 2006
902006
Factors affecting farmers' adoption of agricultural innovations: A panel data analysis of the use of artificial insemination among dairy farmers in Ireland
P Howley, CO Donoghue, K Heanue
Journal of Agricultural Science 4 (6), 171, 2012
862012
Modelling the redistributive impact of indirect taxes in Europe: an application of EUROMOD
C O'donoghue, M Baldini, D Mantovani
EUROMOD Working Paper, 2004
782004
Microsimulation of social policy in the European Union: Case study of a European minimum pension
T Atkinson, F Bourguignon, C O’Donoghue, H Sutherland, F Utili
Economica 69 (274), 229-243, 2002
752002
Examining access to GP services in rural Ireland using microsimulation analysis
K Morrissey, G Clarke, D Ballas, S Hynes, C O'Donoghue
Area 40 (3), 354-364, 2008
742008
Quantifying the value of multi-sectoral marine commercial activity in Ireland
K Morrissey, C O’Donoghue, S Hynes
Marine Policy 35 (5), 721-727, 2011
652011
Explaining the economic ‘irrationality’of farmers' land use behaviour: The role of productivist attitudes and non-pecuniary benefits
P Howley, C Buckley, CO Donoghue, M Ryan
Ecological Economics 109, 186-193, 2015
552015
Modelling habitat conservation and participation in agri-environmental schemes: A spatial microsimulation approach
S Hynes, N Farrelly, E Murphy, C O'Donoghue
Ecological economics 66 (2-3), 258-269, 2008
542008
The Irish marine economy and regional development
K Morrissey, C O’Donoghue
Marine Policy 36 (2), 358-364, 2012
532012
Imputation of gross amounts from net incomes in household surveys: an application using EUROMOD
H Immervoll, C O'donoghue
EUROMOD Working Paper, 2001
532001
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