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Journal article | Economic Inquiry
Sokbae (Simon) Lee, Yuan Liao, Myung Hwan Seo and Youngki Shin
We investigate state‐dependent effects of fiscal multipliers and allow for endogenous sample splitting to determine whether the U.S. economy is in a slack state.
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COVID-19 has uprooted many aspects of parents’ daily routines, from their jobs to their childcare arrangements.
Journal article | Journal of the European Economic Association
This paper uses a dataset from Tanzania with information on consumption, income and income shocks within and across family networks.
Journal article | European Economic Review
We document that within-individual variation in food choices is substantial and has potentially important consequences for nutrition, and hence well-being.
Journal article | Economics Letters
Income inequality, as well as the impact of tax and benefit reforms on it, has typically been evaluated with respect to ‘snapshot’ incomes, measured over short periods such as one week or year.
Journal article | Covid Economics: Vetted and Real-Time Papers
Journal article | Covid Economics: Vetted and Real-Time Papers
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.
Journal article | Fiscal Studies - Special Issue: 50th Anniversary of IFS
In‐work credits grew in popularity worldwide during the late 1990s and 2000s as a means of reforming welfare systems in ways that could both encourage work and reduce poverty.
Journal article | Fiscal Studies - Special Issue: 50th Anniversary of IFS
Tom Lee, Carol Propper and George Stoye
Medical labour markets are important because of their size and the importance of medical labour in the production of healthcare and in subsequent patient outcomes.
Journal article | Fiscal Studies - Special Issue: 50th Anniversary of IFS
Since 1995, police forces in England and Wales have been able to raise revenues locally to supplement grants from central government.