2012-2014 MSc. Economics (Distinction), University College London.
2008-2011 BA. Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (First Class Honours), University of Oxford.
Kate is a senior research economist at the IFS and a PhD student at University College London. Her research interests are in public economics and applied microeconometrics. Her recent work studies the design of tax policy, with applications to optimal alcohol and soda taxes, and the taxation of closely held business owners. She joined the IFS in 2011.