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23 April 2014
Nuffield Foundation
Researchers from the Institute for Fiscal Studies, NatCen Social Research and the University of Essex will present two pieces of work on measuring household living standards.

The workshop will be of interest to those who fund, design and manage social science surveys, as well as those interested in the measurement of living standards more generally.

28 April 2014
One Great George Street
This is the 9th annual conference of the European Tax Policy Forum (ETPF), returning to London and co-hosting with the Institute for Fiscal Studies after three successive conferences in Brussels.
30 April 2014
The British Academy
Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice
This event is organised by the British Academy, the Cambridge-INET Institute and cemmap

07 May 2014
Institute for Fiscal Studies
12 May 2014
Institute for Fiscal Studies
19 May 2014
The British Academy
Professor Raj Chetty (Harvard) will deliver the 2014 IFS annual lecture on the "The Determinants of Social Mobility: New Evidence and Policy Lessons".

This lecture is organised by the ESRC Centre for the Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy at IFS.

09 June 2014
Institute for Fiscal Studies
The Family Inequality Network (FINET), the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (CEAR) and the ESRC Centre for the Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy at IFS are organising a joint event on Risk and Family Economics.
16 June 2014
Institute for Fiscal Studies
19 June 2014
London (Venue TBC)
Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice
This Master Class aims to introduce the main ideas from the theory of random sets and to emphasize their econometric applications. On the mathematical side, it will cover the distributions of random sets, selections and expectations, and related concepts from the theory of multivalued functions. These concepts will be then illustrated on examples of econometric models, mostly concerning the partial identification setting.
04 September 2014
Murray Edwards College, Cambridge
We will ask how tax policy and administration can and should respond to changing patterns of work and pay, including increasing mobility between different taxing jurisdictions in Europe or further afield.
Events

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CEMMAP events
29 Apr 14 - 02 May 14
cemmap/PEPA Training Course
IFS seminars
07 May 2014
IFS Seminar
16 Jun 2014
IFS Seminar