Helen Miller
Helen Miller
Senior Research Economist
Education:

MSc Economics (Distinction), University College London, 2010
BSc (Hons) Economics (1st), University College London, 2007

Helen is a senior research economist in the productivity and innovation research sector. She joined the Institute in 2007.

Her current research explores firm investment and UK productivity performance during the Great Recession. Recent projects have considered the effect of corporate taxes on the location of intellectual property, the introduction of Patent Boxes across Europe, and issues surrounding tax competition between European governments. Other projects have investigated the extent to which firms are locating their innovative activity abroad, including to emerging economies, and what effects this may be having.

Taxes and benefits: the parties’ plans

| IFS Briefing Notes

In this summary we look at the main proposed changes to income tax, mansion tax, other taxes, and benefits in turn, with a particular focus on Labour and the Conservatives. The main body of this document then examines most of the specific tax and benefit policies of Labour, Conservatives and Liberal Democrats in some detail.

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