MSc Economics, University College London, 2008 BSc Economics, University College London, 2005
Haroon joined IFS in 2005 and works in the Skills sector. He has conducted research on the socio-economic inequalities in children's educational and behavioural outcomes, and the importance of attitudes, aspirations and expectations; HE participation and reforms to HE funding; and the school funding system. He has also been involved in a number of quantitative evaluations, including those of welfare-to-work programmes and the Education Maintenance Allowance. In addition to this, his research interests include early interventions in education, school effectiveness, labour markets, minimum wages.
Reducing risky behaviour through the provision of information
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This report explores whether engagement in risky behaviour could be reduced by providing young people with information.