Jonathan Cribb
Jonathan Cribb
Research Economist
Education:

MPhil Economics (Distinction), Queens' College, University of Cambridge, 2011
BA Economics (1st), Queens' College, University of Cambridge, 2010

Jonathan joined the Institute in 2011. His main interests are in studying labour supply and the labour market. He has worked on the effect of raising the state pension age for women, the performance of living standards since the recession and the employment decisions of lone parents. More recent work focuses on understanding the labour market, pay and pensions in the public sector.

The link between childhood reading skills and adult outcomes: analysis of a cohort of British children

| IFS Briefing Notes

This report explores the link between reading skills at age 10 and a range of outcomes later in life, including employment status, earnings and self-reported health status. It also investigates whether reading skills have greater benefits for children growing up in poor families.

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