IFS organises and participates in a large number of conferences, seminars and briefings each year.
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Unless otherwise specified, the venue for the conferences is the Institute for Fiscal Studies (see address details and directions).
For details of currently advertised cemmap training courses, see the cemmap website.
The courses are designed to be of particular benefit to economists and social scientists in the public and private sectors wanting
to know how to use microeconometrics and microdata to inform policy making.
ETPF/IFS Conference : Britain, Europe and Tax Competition
What are the most important plans for the EU? How do they relate to proposals likely to emerge from the OECD? And conversely, are OECD BEPS proposals commensurate with EU law and policy? How far, and in what ways, do member states continue to compete with each other? Are some forms of competition fairer than others? And in the focus on combating tax avoidance, what about the effects of corporation tax on investment and economic growth?
The European Tax Policy Forum’s 2015 conference will address these issues with a range of first class speakers.
Improving productivity in developing countries: identifying bottlenecks and obstacles to productive investments and technology adoption
09:00 - 18:30
Delegate registration and paper submissions are now being accepted. The organising committee invites submissions of high-quality research papers studying these and other constraints in a developing country context. Paper submissions are now being accepted.