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O’Leary wins for second year running Back  
Dermot O’Leary of Goodbody has retained his title as ‘Best Research Economist’. O’Leary won for the first time last year taking the title from Robbie Kelleher of Davy who won in 2005.
O’Leary in the three years he has appeared in the survey he has won twice and came second in his debut year. An auspicious start and if he were to win again next year, it would be the second time a Goodbody economist has won three times, a feat achieved by former research economist at Goodbody Colin Hunt.
Dermot O'Leary

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Robbie Kelleher maintains his strong performance down through the years in this category and comes in second place. Kelleher has not come outside the top two in this category in the last five years.

When considering the performance of Rossa White who came third alongside Kelleher, Davy continues its reputation as a leader in economic research. Davy’s reputation goes back to the staggering consistency of Jim O’Leary who won 11 times over 18 years.

It is also worth drawing attention to Rossa White’s research report ‘Beware the housing lags: full impact on the economy of decline in housebuilding will not be felt until H2 2007 and 2008’, which came second in ‘Research Report of the Year.’

In Bond Research Economist Alan McQuaid of Bloxham wins with Donal O’Mahony of Davy coming second. McQuaid has won this title coming from second last year and sixth position in 2005.

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