What We Do
Our goal is to promote the study and discussion of issues relating to fiscal policy.
Miriam Hederman O’Brien Prize for 2019
We are delighted to announce that the winners of the Miriam Hederman O’Brien Prize for 2019 is:
The economic and distributional impacts of an increased carbon tax with different revenue recycling scheme
Authors: Kelly de Bruin, Eoin Monaghan & Aykut Mert Yakut
To view the Kelly de Bruin’s slide show presentation, please click here.
A list of those short listed is available here.
Miriam Hederman O’Brien Prize for 2020
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
Nominations are invited for work completed during 2020 that has added to the public knowledge or understanding in areas such as taxation, public expenditure and other related fiscal policy topics.
For full details on the criteria/eligibility and the nomination process please click here.
For a full list of winners and those shortlisted last year, please click here Prize-Winners for 2019
Implementing Wellbeing Indicators
Tuesday 11th May @ 12.45hrs
Chair: Anne Vaughan
Ruth Lennon, Department of Finance
Gabriel Makhlouf, Govenor of the Central Bank of Irelandnd
Helen Johnson, NESC
The Foundation for Fiscal Studies are delighted to announce the joint winners of the Miriam Hederman O'Brien Prize 2019 Winners Patterns of firm level productivity in Ireland Javier Papa, Luke Rehill and Brendan O’Connor Lifting the Lid: The Private Financing of
Gerard Hughes & Micheal Collins receiving their medals from Colm Kelly, Chairman of the Foundation MIRIAM HEDERMAN O’BRIEN PRIZE 2017 WINNER “ Supporting Pension Contributions Through the Tax System: Outcomes, Costs and Examining Reform” Micheal Collins & Gerard Hughes Shortlist: “Analysis of Low Income Taxpayers and
The Role of Corporation Tax in Ireland's Industrial Policy. Westbury Hotel. Friday 15th June 2018 @08.00hrs