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IFS aims to put all its research findings in the public domain, either in our own publications or in other people's (ranging from peer-reviewed academic journals to newspaper articles). Most of the Institute's own publications are available free of charge online and some are also sold in hard copy.

Among our own publications: Reports, such as our annual Green Budget, are substantial documents that lay out the findings of new research and are accessible to an informed non-academic audience. Briefing notes are short summaries on current policy issues intended to be accessible to as wide an audience as possible. Working papers are work in progress, that should not be regarded as the definitive view of the authors. Observations are brief opinion pieces on current policy developments.

The IFS journal, Fiscal Studies, is a peer-reviewed quarterly publication, which publishes articles submitted by a range of academics and practitioners in the field.

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24 April 2014
IFS Press Releases
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24 April 2014
IFS Reports
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We produce an independent estimate of the long-run cost of providing student loans.
23 April 2014
Public Finance Press Releases
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IFS analysis of April's public finance figures.
10 April 2014
IFS Working Papers
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We review different ways in which data on consumer expenditures can be collected or captured
10 April 2014
IFS Reports
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This report updates and extends the previous IFS work to examine the consequences of these changes for graduates.
04 April 2014
Observations
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Last week the Prime Minister, David Cameron, stated that he would like to increase the inheritance tax threshold, reviving memories of the 2010...
28 March 2014
IFS Working Papers
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We provide novel evidence of survey effects on a central life-cycle choice: household saving.
21 March 2014
Public Finance Press Releases
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IFS analysis of March's public finance figures.
19 March 2014
Newspaper Articles
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Paul Johnson writes in the Financial Times and argues there are better ways than reducing pensions tax relief.
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