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A paper, published today in Fiscal Studies, asks what the implications of improved technology could be for tax collection in the future.
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A new paper published today in Fiscal Studies, studies the differences in birth outcomes between different ethnic groups.
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Robert Chote, Carl Emmerson, Rupert Harrison and David Miles
The Green Budget looks at the Chancellor's options for his March Budget.
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Research carried out at IFS and published today by the Department for Work and Pensions investigates how and when differences in work behaviour between men and women develop, focusing on the evolution of the gender gaps immediately after childbirth and during the initial years of family ...
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David McCarthy and Anthony Neuberger
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) published its levy proposals today, 16 December 2005.
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Christian Dustmann and Francesca Fabbri
A study published today (9 December 2005) provides a comprehensive picture of the labour market outcomes of immigrant groups in Britain today, and over the last 2 decades, relative to the British-born white population.
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A new paper published today (9 December 2005) in Fiscal Studies, evaluates the effects of early education on a cohort of British children born in 1958.
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Robert Chote and Carl Emmerson
Robert Chote and Carl Emmerson look at the implications for the public finances from the Chancellor's Pre-Budget Report.
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Initial analysis of the Turner report on pension provision.
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The vast majority of the next generation of pensioners will have resources in excess of the adequacy benchmarks typically used in the policy debate but many may not get as much private pension income as they expect.
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Does giving more money to low income parents (for example through the tax and benefit system) improve outcomes for their children, and what else matters for child outcomes?
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Alan Krueger
This lecture provides an assessment of the potential for using measures of subjective well-being in the policy arena.
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Jordi Galí
What can we learn about the monetary policy strategy of the European Central Bank (ECB) in light of the evolution of nominal and real rates in the euro area since January 1999?
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This paper discussed new developments in the economics of education and their implications for education policy.
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The Conservatives have announced that, if elected, they would cut taxes by £4.0 billion in 200708. Of this they have allocated £1.7 billion to increasing support for individual contributions to private funded pension schemes where these contributions attract relief at the basic rate of ...
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Robert Chote
A letter from Robert Chote to the Telegraph clarifing the IFS assessment of the Conservatives' proposals on tax and spending.
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This report analyses the Households Below Average Income figures for 2003/04.
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The Government's Stakeholder Pension reform has improved incentives for some groups to save in private pensions, and this has offset a general downwards trend in private pension coverage.
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This press release highlights the key findings of a report published by the IFS and funded by the Nuffield Foundation, that compares the university funding policies of Labour, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats.
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This press release looks at the public finances and distributional consequences in the wake of the 2005 Budget.