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Agnes Norris Keiller

Agnes Norris Keiller

Research Economist

Education


MSc Economics (Distinction), University College London, 2016

BSc Economics and Geography (1st Class), University College London, 2014

Agnes joined the IFS in 2016 and works in the Income, Work and Welfare sector. She currently works on projects related to the income distribution, housing costs and the impacts of the tax and benefit system.

 

 

Academic outputs

Journal article | Journal of Public Economics
We study household income inequality in both Great Britain and the United States and the interplay between labour market earnings and the tax system.
IFS Working Paper W17/25
We study household income inequality in both Great Britain and the United States and the interplay between labour market earnings and the tax system.

Reports and comment

Observation
New figures show that men tend to spend longer commuting to work than women. IFS analysis shows that this ‘gender commuting gap’ starts to widen after the birth of the first child in the family and continues to grow around a decade after that. This bears a striking resemblance to the evolution ...
Newspaper article
Workers in certain manufacturing sectors are particularly exposed to potential trade barriers with the EU and could struggle to find jobs elsewhere.

Presentations

Presentation
This presentation was given at the launch of the IFS Green Budget 2018.
Presentation
This presentation was delivered by Agnes Norris Keiller as part of an event held on 5th October where a chapter of the Green Budget 2018, "The exposure of different workers to potential trade barriers between the UK and the EU", was launched.