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Karina Doorley
Karina Doorley
Economic and Social Research Institute
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The potential costs and distributional effect of COVID-19 related unemployment in Ireland
K Beirne, K Doorley, M Regan, B Roantree, D Tuda
Budget Perspectives, 2020
672020
Changes in income distributions and the role of tax‐benefit policy during the great recession: An international perspective
O Bargain, T Callan, K Doorley, C Keane
Fiscal Studies 38 (4), 559-585, 2017
672017
Caught in the trap? Welfare's disincentive and the labor supply of single men
O Bargain, K Doorley
Journal of Public Economics 95 (9-10), 1096-1110, 2011
67*2011
Myth or fact? The beauty premium across the wage distribution in Germany
K Doorley, E Sierminska
Economics Letters 129, 29-34, 2015
56*2015
Demographic change and the European income distribution
M Dolls, K Doorley, A Paulus, H Schneider, E Sommer
The Journal of Economic Inequality 17 (3), 337-357, 2019
40*2019
Fiscal sustainability and demographic change: a micro-approach for 27 EU countries
M Dolls, K Doorley, A Paulus, H Schneider, S Siegloch, E Sommer
International Tax and Public Finance 24 (4), 575-615, 2017
35*2017
What drove income inequality in EU crisis countries during the Great Recession?
K Doorley, T Callan, M Savage
Fiscal Studies 42 (2), 319-343, 2021
28*2021
Minimum wages and the gender gap in pay: new evidence from the United Kingdom and Ireland
O Bargain, K Doorley, P Van Kerm
Review of Income and Wealth 65 (3), 514-539, 2019
27*2019
To own or not to own? Household portfolios, demographics and institutions in a cross-national perspective
E Sierminska, K Doorley
Household Portfolios, Demographics and Institutions in a Cross-National …, 2013
27*2013
The Effect of Social Benefits on Youth Employment Combining Regression Discontinuity and a Behavioral Model
O Bargain, K Doorley
Journal of Human Resources 52 (4), 1032-1059, 2017
25*2017
Cross-national differences in wealth portfolios at the intensive margin: is there a role for policy?
K Doorley, E Sierminska
Economic Well-Being and Inequality: Papers from the Fifth ECINEQ Meeting, 2014
24*2014
Labour supply after inheritances and the role of expectations
K Doorley, N Pestel
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 82 (4), 843-863, 2020
22*2020
The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on consumption and indirect tax in Ireland
C Coffey, K Doorley, C O'Toole, B Roantree
Budget Perspectives, 2020
192020
Taxation, work and gender equality in Ireland
K Doorley
IZA Discussion Paper, 2018
172018
The economics of immigration and social diversity
SW Polachek, C Chiswick, H Rapoport
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2006
16*2006
Financial literacy and preparation for retirement
A Nolan, K Doorley
IZA Discussion Paper, 2019
14*2019
The impact of a minimum wage change on the distribution of wages and household income
P Redmond, K Doorley, S McGuinness
Oxford Economic Papers 73 (3), 1034-1056, 2021
10*2021
Distributional impact of tax and welfare policies: COVID-related policies and Budget 2021
K Doorley, C Keane, A McTague, S O’Malley, M Regan, B Roantree, ...
Quarterly Economic Commentary 47, 2020
92020
The gender impact of Irish budgetary policy
K Doorley, M Bercholz, T Callan, C Keane, JR Walsh
The Economic and Social Research Institute, ESRI Survey and Statistical …, 2018
92018
The Social and Employment Situation in Ireland
K Doorley, W Eichhorst, MJK IZA
EPRS: European Parliamentary Research Service, 2012
62012
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