Noel Cahill is an economist in the NESC Secretariat. His research has covered Irish economic development and a wide range of public policy areas including housing, the environment and taxation. His work on housing included contributions to NESC reports on social housing and the private rental sector. He holds a BA in economics from Trinity College, Dublin and an MA in economics from Georgetown University, Washington DC.
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‘Transforming Ireland’s Energy System: the Role of Electricity’, Background Paper No. 5 for NESC Study, Irelands Climate Change Challenge, NESC Secretariat Papers, 2012
‘The Impact of European Environment Policy in Ireland’, Background Paper No. 5 for NESC study, Refinding Success in Europe, NESC Report No. 122, 2010.
(with Rory O’Donnell), ‘The Role of the Internal Market in Ireland’s Economic Growth’, Background Paper No. 4 for Refinding Success in Europe, NESC Report No. 122, 2010.
(with Rory O’Donnell), ‘The Influence of Institutions’ in C. Aylward and R. O’Toole (eds), Perspectives on Irish Productivity, Dublin: Forfás, 2007.
(with Francis O’Toole), ‘Taxation Policy and Reform’ in S. Healy and B. Reynolds (eds) Social Policy in Ireland: Principles, Practice and Problems, Dublin: Oak Tree Press, 2006.
‘Profit Sharing, Employee Share Ownership and Gainsharing: What Can They Achieve?’, NESC Research Series No. 4, May 2000.
‘The Nature of Economic Growth in Ireland’, Irish Banking Review, Summer 1998