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IFS Working Paper W20/10
The extent to which like-with like marry is particularly important for inequality as well as for the outcomes of children that result from the union.
IFS Working Paper W20/11
We examine changes in inequality in socio-emotional skills very early in life in two British cohorts born 30 years apart.
Briefing note
The public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to reduce household incomes as workers lose their jobs, earnings fall, and plummeting share prices and interest rates lead to lower incomes from savings and investments. Newly released official statistics on incomes and poverty in the UK ...
Journal article | Fiscal Studies - Special Issue: 50th Anniversary of IFS
This paper examines the major changes to the face of poverty in Great Britain over the past few decades, assessing the role of policy, and compares and contrasts this with the patterns seen in the United States, using harmonised household survey data.