Facts and figures about UK taxes, benefits and public spending.
Income distribution, poverty and inequality.
Analysing government fiscal forecasts and tax and spending.
Analysis of the fiscal choices an independent Scotland would face.
Case studies that give a flavour of the areas where IFS research has an impact on society.
Reforming the tax system for the 21st century.
A peer-reviewed quarterly journal publishing articles by academics and practitioners.
IFS researchers are contributing to a number of special sessions at the Royal Economic Society annual conference at Cambridge University. Sessions featuring papers by IFS researchers include:
1. Part of special session A2 Can we restore UK growth?, organised by John Van Reenen (CEP), 26 March:
2. Part of the Economic Journal special session B3 Economics of illegal markets, organised by Imran Rasul, 27 March.
3. Part of special session B5 Consumption, income shocks and heterogeneity, organised by Thomas Crossley (IFS, University of Cambridge and Koc University) and Hamish Low (University of Cambridge and IFS), 27 March.
4. Part of the Econometrics Journal special session C2, organised by Richard J. Smith (University of Cambridge), 28 March.
5. Part of special session C3 Food consumption, nutrition and health time, organised by Melanie Lüaut;hrmann (University of London and IFS), 28 March.
6. In addition, Richard Blundell is chairing special session C5 Young talent, organised by the Royal Economic Society.