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George Stoye

George Stoye

Senior Research Economist

Education

MSc Economics (Distinction), University College London, 2011
BSc Economics (1st Class), University College London, 2010

George joined the IFS in 2011 and is a Senior Research Economist in the Pensions and Public Finance sector. His research interests focus on understanding variation in the returns from healthcare, exploring how patient outcomes vary across different healthcare providers and across different patient characteristics. Current projects include analysing the spillovers between different types of health and social care and quantifying the impact of waiting times targets in public hospitals. Previous work includes research on the determinants of domestic energy efficiency in the UK, a review of UK energy policy and topics in development economics.

Academic outputs

IFS Working Paper W18/15
Recent years have seen substantial reductions in public spending on social care for older people in England. This has not only led to large falls in the number of people over the age of 65 receiving publicly funded social care, but also to growing concern about the potential knock-on effects on ...
IFS Working Paper NBER Working Paper No. 24445
The emergency department (ED) is a complex node of healthcare delivery that is facing market and regulatory pressure across developed economies to reduce wait times. In this paper we study how ED doctors respond to such incentives, by focusing on a landmark policy in England that imposed strong ...

Reports and comment

Report
To mark the BBC’s coverage of the NHS’s 70th birthday in July 2018, researchers from the Institute for Fiscal Studies, Health Foundation, The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust have come together for the first time, using combined expertise to shed light on some of the big questions on the ...
Newspaper article
Following widespread austerity measures introduced in 2009/10, public funding for adult social care has fallen substantially. In particular, funding for social care for people aged 65 and older has been particularly hard hit, falling by 21% between 2009/10 and 2015/16. While some additional money ...

Presentations

Presentation
Presentation at the ENTER Jamboree Conference 2017
Presentation
This presentation was given at the launch of the IFS Green Budget 2017.