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This is a chapter of The NHS at 70. 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 ...
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Mark Dayan, Deborah Ward, Tim Gardner and Elaine Kelly
This is a chapter of The NHS at 70. 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 ...
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In this chapter, we analyse how living standards differ between those with and without long-standing health problems. There are many ways in which health and living standards may interact. First, poor health may reduce an individual’s living standards as they have to spend more money on goods or ...
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This chapter of the flagship annual publication 'Living standards, poverty and inequality in the UK' examines how the hourly wages, weekly earnings and living standards of people with low hourly wages have changed in the years after the introduction of the NLW.
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How much do changes to local government finance in England encourage inclusive growth?
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In this article the author provides a (selective) review of the recent econometric literature on networks.
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The majority of children in poverty are in working families. One reason for this is that worklessness in families with children, while an important cause of poverty, has fallen significantly over the last 20 years. In addition, the relative poverty rates for children living in working families have ...
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Abstract: Definition The English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA) [1] is a multidisciplinary panel study that collects a comprehensive array of measures on a representative sample of men and woman aged 50 and over who are living in England. Repeated measures covering health, economics, ...
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Richard Blundell, Eric French and Gemma Tetlow
‘Retirement Incentives and Labor Supply’ in A. Woodland and J. Piggott (eds) Handbook of the Economics of Population Aging, Chapter 1, Vol 1B, Elsevier.
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‘Retirement Incentives and Labor Supply’ in A. Woodland and J. Piggott (eds) Handbook of the Economics of Population Aging, Chapter 1, Vol 1B, Elsevier.
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Andrew Goodwin and Martin Beck
This is a chapter in the IFS Green Budget 2017. The material was written by researchers at Oxford Economics.
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Ángel Talavera
This is a chapter of the IFS Green Budget 2017. The material was written by researchers at Oxford Economics.
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This chapter is part of of the IFS Green Budget 2017.
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This chapter is part of the IFS Green Budget 2017.
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This chapter is part of the IFS Green Budget 2017.
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Ross Campbell and Martin Wheatcroft
This a pre-released chapter from the forthcoming IFS Green Budget 2017. The IFS Green Budget publication, produced in association with ICAEW and with funding from the Nuffield Foundation, will examine the issues and challenges facing Chancellor Philip Hammond as he prepares for his Budget in March. ...
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IFS Green Budget 2017: Tax, legal form and the gig economy
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Chapter 8 of the IFS Green Budget, February 2017, focuses on the new apprenticeship levy and apprenticeship policy and has been pre-released.
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Chapter 41 of P. Alcock, T. Haux, M. May and S. Wright (eds.) (2016), The Student's Companion to Social Policy, 5th edition. This chapter provides a brief overview of the UK tax system, key concepts and debates in taxation, and emerging issues.
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The prime function of the tax system is to raise revenue. On that measure the current tax system looks in many ways remarkably similar to that in place 40 years ago in the late 1970s. In the current tax year, the UK government expects to raise 15% of national income from taxes on personal income, ...