The Central Statistics Office publication, “ Population and Labour Force Projections 2017-2051" presents six population projections under contrasting scenarios for each year from 2017 to 2051 and three labour force projections are presented up to 2031.
The report is not an attempt to predict the future but rather presents how the population could evolve under different scenarios. By making assumptions about future trends in mortality, migration and fertility, we can project the population forward and examine the possible outcomes for demographic groups such as the school-going population, the working-age population and the elderly.
This is the first report from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on New Dwelling Completions (NDC), a new quarterly series on the number of new dwellings built in Ireland since 2011. This report has been compiled using an innovative approach linking the best available housing related datasets together, resulting in the most accurate analysis available to date.
A new publication, Productivity in Ireland 2016, was published by the Central Statistics Office (CSO). This publication presents a comprehensive picture of productivity and economic growth in the Irish economy for the Domestic and Other Sector, and the Foreign-dominated sector in the economy since 2000.
Productivity measures the efficiency with which an economy transforms inputs into outputs. This new annual publication will help the various stakeholders in the economy understand productivity in the context of a globally-integrated Irish economy. It goes beyond standard labour productivity measures to examine the labour, capital and multi-factor productivity inputs to Irish productivity.
The Central Statistics Office publication,"Measuring Ireland's Progress 2016", is a composite report of key progress indicators. The report provides an overview of the social, economic, environment, education and health situation in Ireland.
Most of the indicators are presented in both a national and international context.
This edition is designed for mobile devices and the web.