Economy & Finance
Please note: we have posted an updated version of this blog article using the most recent HMRC annual trade data, see here. This blog post uses annual data from the HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC)
Employment & Labour Market
By Aidan Stennett & Eóin Murphy This article examines the gender pay gap in Northern Ireland: what is it, how is it measured and what is the scale across different sectors?
Education and training are key factors in economic progress, acting as a means of raising productivity. Whilst other factors can result in short-run economic improvements, education and training are critical to embedding long-term growth. As
There was considerable growth in the development of renewable electricity over the previous Northern Ireland Assembly mandate. Changes to renewable electricity support may impact the ability to achieve similar levels of growth in the future.
This article unpicks key recent developments relating to public finance in Northern Ireland (NI), while there is no functioning Executive or Assembly and there is no direct rule from the United Kingdom (UK) Parliament. Those
Yesterday, in the House of Commons, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced some changes to the United Kingdom (UK) Government’s spending plans based on the latest economic data. What does this mean for Northern Ireland