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Presentation
The dynamics of social care in England at BILS Conference 2016
Presentation
The dynamics of social care in England at BILS Conference 2016
Observation
Rowena Crawford and Gemma Tetlow
April 6th marks the first day of the new state pension: everyone reaching state pension age after today will accrue entitlement to, and claim, a state pension under the new rules. Legislated for by the coalition government in 2013, this is the most radical overhaul of state pension policy in the UK ...
Journal article | Fiscal Studies, Volume 37, Issue 1
Rowena Crawford and Andrew Hood
We investigate the impact of inheritances and gifts received on the distribution of wealth. Whereas previous work has looked only at marketable wealth, we consider broader measures of wealth including state and private pensions.
Journal article | Fiscal Studies, Volume 37, Issue 1
We use comparable data from the US and England to examine similarities and differences in the level and trajectories of assets among households aged 70 and over.
Journal article | Fiscal Studies, Volume 37, Issue 1
Rowena Crawford, David Innes and Cormac O'Dea
For many years, survey data on household wealth have been somewhat limited, but the situation is improving in the UK and internationally. This paper uses the new Wealth and Assets Survey (WAS) to document some key features of the distribution of household wealth in Great Britain.
Presentation
This presentation was given at the IFS post-Budget presentation on 17 March 2016.
Presentation
Presentation for workshop on workforce quality in the public sector Institute for Fiscal Studies, 19 February 2016.
Mimeo
Rowena Crawford, Andrew Hood and Robert Joyce
This is a response by IFS researchers to the Work and Pensions Committee's intergenerational fairness inquiry.
Book chapter
The government intends to reach a budget surplus of 0.5% of national income in 2019–20 by increasing tax revenues over this parliament by 1.1% of national income and reducing total public spending by 3.2% of national income. Total public spending (excluding housing associations) in 2019–20 ...