Institute for Fiscal Studies

IFS

Institute for Fiscal Studies

Type Research Center
Website ifs.org.uk
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Year founded 1969
Location London United Kingdom United Kingdom
Budget USD 5M-19M
Functions Advocacy, Research
Funding sources Foundations or grants
Tags health education governance international development employment social policy taxation and fiscal policy
Summary Our goal at the Institute for Fiscal Studies is to promote effective economic and social policies by better understanding how policies affect individuals, families, businesses and the government's finances.


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IFS · 23 June 2022 English

The first looks at the average income rank of children on Free School Meals (which indicates that their parents are on means-tested benefits and roughly identifies the children from the …


IFS · 23 June 2022 English

Early Childhood Inequalities Early Childhood Inequalities Sarah Cattan Emla Fitzsimons Alissa Goodman Angus Phimister George Ploubidis Jasmin Wertz Inequalities in early years matter Image Inequalities in development at age 3 …


IFS · 23 June 2022 English

Early Childhood Inequalities Early Childhood Inequalities Sarah Cattan Emla Fitzsimons Alissa Goodman Angus Phimister George Ploubidis Jasmin Wertz This presentation 1. [...] How have early childhood inequalities evolved over the …


IFS · 22 June 2022 English

The effect of the father’s education is similar in magnitude to that of the mother’s education. [...] Interpreting inequality in parental inputs: constraints versus objectives The analysis of the NLSY97 …


IFS · 22 June 2022 English

In light of the evidence on the origins and consequences of early inequalities in the UK gathered throughout the chapter, we conclude in Section 8 by highlighting key trends in …


IFS · 22 June 2022 English

It is noteworthy that most of the areas with high rates of non-partnered births, with the exception of London, are former industrial regions of the country often referred to as …


IFS · 21 June 2022 English

Here we outline three important issues that warrant further consideration and investigation in the context of prevention and intervention of inequalities.4 1 We want to acknowledge support from UK Research …


IFS · 21 June 2022 English

Business rates: reform, reduce or replace? Stuart Adam, Institute for Fiscal Studies ▪ 20 June 2022 Business rates: ▪ LSE Taxation Seminar ▪ London reform, reduce or @TheIFS replace? Business …


IFS · 21 June 2022 English

In this commentary, I discuss three key implications for research and practice that follow from the work of Cattan et al.: (1) the urgent need for a theoretical framework to …


IFS · 16 June 2022 English

Then, in Chapter 3, we estimate the effect of the increase in the state pension age from 65 to 66 The Institute for Fiscal Studies, June 2022 8 How did …


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