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Journal article | Fiscal Studies, Volume 36, No. 3, September 2015
This article introduces the Special Issue on UK public policy. The papers in this Special Issue draw on some of the analysis in a series of IFS briefing notes on tax, spending and other policy reforms, published in the run-up to the 2015 general election in the UK.
Observation
This Observation comes from an article published in a special edition of Fiscal Studies, based on IFS analysis for the 2015 general election.
Public finance press release
Today the Office for National Statistics and HM Treasury published Public Sector Finances July 2015. We now have details of central government receipts, central government spending, public sector net investment, borrowing and debt for the first four months of financial year 2015–16.
IFS Working Paper W15/19
This paper analyses the impact of centrally regulated pay on the quality of applicants to be police officers in England and Wales using a unique dataset of individual test scores from the national assessment that is required of all applicants.
Presentation
This presentation was delivered at the Work Pensions and Labour Economics (WPEG) conference 2015 at the University of Sheffield, on 28 July 2015.
Public finance press release
Today the Office for National Statistics and HM Treasury published Public Sector Finances June 2015. We now have details of central government receipts, central government spending, public sector net investment, borrowing and debt for the first three months of financial year 2015–16.
Presentation
Presented at the IFS Post-Budget Briefing, Summer 2015 on 9th July, 2015.
Public finance press release
Today the Office for National Statistics and HM Treasury published Public Sector Finances May 2015. We now have details of central government receipts, central government spending, public sector net investment, borrowing and debt for the first two months of financial year 2015–16 and revised ...
Briefing note
Rowena Crawford, Carl Emmerson, Soumaya Keynes and Gemma Tetlow
In this election briefing note we compare and contrast the fiscal plans laid out by the four political parties that are widely predicted to win the most seats in the forthcoming UK general election: the Conservatives, Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party (SNP).
Presentation
Rowena Crawford, Carl Emmerson, Soumaya Keynes and Gemma Tetlow
Presented at the 'Manifesto analysis: the public finances' event at IFS.