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People queuing at the National Immigration Bureau visa office in Dublin. Immigration continues to play an important role in expanding the growth potential of the economy. Photograph: David Sleator

(...). While the economy turned around in the 1960s, investment in education increased and emigration declined(...)

Figure One

(...) reflected most clearly in the rapidly rising numbers unemployed and the related emigration figures. Many(...)

A new survey of Irish emigration experiences, released last week by University College Cork, revealed that close to two-thirds of emigrants over the past half decade had been college graduates, hence the “brain drain”.

(...)‘Brain drain”. The “fabric” of Irish society “torn apart”. Emigration is once again in the news. A(...)

(...) transformed in recent years by emigration from India. This has helped see the number of Hindus in Australia(...)