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Centre for the Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy, September 2006
ANNEXES
ANNEX A: REFERENCES FOR SECTION 4 AND CENTRE’S MOST IMPORTANT PUBLICATIONS ...............10
ANNEX B: STAFFING .................................................................................................................................19
1. Current academic and support staff....................................................................................................19
Policy Advisory Committee ...............................................................................................................19
Research Fellows................................................................................................................................19
Research Associates ...........................................................................................................................20
International Research Associates......................................................................................................21
2. List of past staff.................................................................................................................................22
ANNEX C: FUNDING ..................................................................................................................................24
ANNEX D: SUMMARIES OF CENTRE'S OUTPUTS .....................................................................................25
Publications ............................................................................................................................................25
Media......................................................................................................................................................25
Engagement ............................................................................................................................................25
Selected editorships............................................................................................................................25
Media appearances .............................................................................................................................26
Newspaper citations ...........................................................................................................................26
ANNEX E: LIST OF CENTRE'S OUTPUTS ..................................................................................................27
Publications ............................................................................................................................................27
1. Books and book chapters................................................................................................................27
2. Refereed journal articles.................................................................................................................38
3. Non-refereed journal articles..........................................................................................................56
4. Policy reports..................................................................................................................................57
6. Working papers ..............................................................................................................................65
5. Software and data ...........................................................................................................................77
Media......................................................................................................................................................78
1. Newspaper and magazine articles by Centre staff..........................................................................78
2. Citations in the printed media ........................................................................................................82
3. TV and radio appearances ..............................................................................................................83
Engagement ............................................................................................................................................85
1. Editorships: 1991 - 2005 ................................................................................................................85
2. Membership of committees: 1991 - 2005.......................................................................................86
3. Membership of networks: 1991 - 2005 ..........................................................................................89
4. Overseas visitors and fellows .........................................................................................................92
5. Substantive advice and consultancy ...............................................................................................94
6. Conferences organised by IFS........................................................................................................96
7. Conference papers and presentations .............................................................................................98
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ANNEX A: REFERENCES FOR SECTION 4 AND CENTRE’S MOST IMPORTANT PUBLICATIONS
Labour supply, tax and benefit reform, inequality and intra-household allocations
[1]
Arellano, M. and Meghir,
C.
1992
Female labour supply and on-the-job search: an empirical model
estimated using complementary data sets
Review of Economic
Studies
vol.59, no.3, pp.537–57, July 1992
[2]
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and
Smith, J. P.
2003
Understanding differences in household financial wealth between
the United States and Great Britain
Journal of Human
Resources
vol. 38, pp. 241–279
[3]
Banks, J., Breeze, E.,
Lessof, C. and Nazroo, J.
2006
Retirement, health and relationships of the older population in
England: THE 2004 ENGLISH LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF
AGEING (Wave 2)
London: IFS
[4]
Banks, J., Emmerson, C.,
Oldfield, Z. and G. Tetlow
2005
Prepared for retirement: the adequacy and distribution of
retirement resources in England
London: IFS
106 pp
[5]
Banks, J., Marmot, M.
Smith, J. and Oldfield , Z.
2006
Disease and disadvantage in the United States and in England
Journal of the
American Medical
Association
Vol. 295, No. 17, pp. 2037-2045
[6]
Bingley, P. and Walker, I.
2001
Housing subsidies and work incentives in Great Britain
Economic Journal
vol.111, no.471, pp.86–113, May 2001
[7]
Blundell, R. and MaCurdy,
T.
1999
Labour supply
Handbook of Labor
Economics
O. Ashenfelter and D. Card (eds),
North-Holland
[8]
Blundell, R., Chiappori, P.
and C. Meghir
2006
Collective labour supply with children
Journal of Political
Economy
forthcoming December 2006
[9]
Blundell, R., Chiappori, P.,
Magnac, T. and Meghir, C.
2006
Collective labor supply: heterogeneity and nonparticipation
Review of Economic
Studies
forthcoming
[10]
Blundell, R., Duncan, A.
and Meghir, C.
1992
Taxation in empirical labour supply models
Economic Journal
vol.102, no.411, pp.265–78, March
1992
[11]
Blundell, R., Duncan, A.
and Meghir, C.
1998
Estimating labour supply responses using tax reforms
Econometrica
vol.66, no.4, pp.827–61, July 1998
[12]
Blundell, R., Gosling, A.,
Ichimura, H. and Meghir,
C.
2006
Changes in the distribution of male and female wages accounting
for employment composition using bounds
Econometrica
forthcoming
[13]
Blundell, R., Meghir, C.
and Neves, P.
1993
Labour supply and intertemporal substitution
Journal of
Econometrics
vol.59, no.1–2, pp.137–60, September
1993
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Blundell, R., Meghir, C.
and Smith, S.
2002
Pension incentives and the pattern of early retirement
Economic Journal
vol.112, no.478, pp.C153–70, March
2002
[15]
Blundell, R., Meghir, C.,
Symons, E. and Walker, I.
1988
Labour supply specification and the evaluation of tax reforms
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.36, no.1, pp.23–52, June 1988
[16]
Blundell, R., Preston, I. and
Walker, I. (1994)
1994
The Measurement of Household Welfare
Cambridge and New
York: Cambridge
University Press
[17]
Blundell, R., Reed, H. and
Stoker, T.
2003
Interpreting aggregate wage growth
American Economic
Review
vol.93, no.4, pp.1114–31, September
2003
[18]
Duncan, A. and Giles, C.
1996
Labour supply incentives and recent family credit reforms
Economic Journal
vol.106, no.434, pp.142–55, January
1996
[19]
Goodman, A., Johnson, P.
and Webb, S.
1997
Inequality in the UK
Oxford: Oxford
University Press
[20]
Gosling, A., Machin, S. and
Meghir, C.
2000
The changing distribution of male wages in the UK
Review of Economic
Studies
[21]
Marmot, M., Banks, J.,
Blundell, R., Lessof, C. and
Nazroo, J. (eds.)
2002
Health, wealth and lifestyles of the older population in England:
THE 2002 ENGLISH LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF AGEING
London: IFS
Meghir, C. and Browning,
M.
1991
The effects of male and female labour supply on commodity
demands
Econometrica
vol.59, no.4, pp.925–51, July 1991
[22]
Meghir, C. and Pistaferri,
L.
2004
Income variance dynamics and heterogeneity
Econometrica
vol.72, no.1, pp.1–32, January 2004
[23]
Meghir, C. and
Whitehouse, E.
1997
Labour market transitions and retirement of men in the UK
Journal of
Econometrics
vol.79, no.2, pp.327–54, August 1997
vol.67, no.4, pp.635–66, October 2000
Consumption, savings and pensions over the life cycle
[24]
Albarran, P. and Attanasio,
O.
2003
Limited commitment and crowding out of private transfers:
evidence from a randomised experiment
Economic Journal
vol.113, no.486, pp.C77–85, March
2003
[25]
Attanasio, O.
2000
Consumer durables and inertial behavior: estimation and
aggregation of (S,s) rules for automobile purchases
Review of Economic
Studies
vol.67, no.4, pp.667–96, January 2000
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[26]
Attanasio, O. and Browning,
M.
1995
Consumption over the life-cycle and over the business-cycle
American Economic
Review
vol.85, no.5, pp.1118–37, January
1995
[27]
Attanasio, O. and Brugiavini,
A.
2003
Social security and households’ saving
Quarterly Journal of
Economics
vol.118, no.3, pp.1075–120, August
2003
[28]
Attanasio, O. and Davis, S
1996
Relative wage movements and the distribution of consumption
Journal of Political
Economy
vol.104, no.6, pp.1227–62, December
1996
[29]
Attanasio, O. and Deleire, T.
2002
The Effect of Individual Retirement Accounts on Household
Consumption and National Saving
Economic Journal
Vol 112, pp.504-38.
[30]
Attanasio, O. and Jappelli, T.
2001
Intertemporal choice and the cross-sectional variance of
marginal utility
Review of Economics and
Statistics
vol.83, no.1, pp.13–27, February 2001
[31]
Attanasio, O. and
Rohwedder, S.
2003
Pension wealth and household saving: evidence from pension
reforms in the United Kingdom
American Economic
Review
vol.93, no. 5, pp.1499–521, December
2003
[32]
Attanasio, O. and Weber, G
1993
Consumption growth, the interest rate and aggregation
Review of Economic
Studies
vol.60, no.3, pp.631–50, January 1993
[33]
Attanasio, O. and Weber, G
1994
The UK consumption boom of the late 1980s: aggregate
implications of microeconomic evidence
Economic Journal
vol.104, no.427, pp.1269–302,
November 1994
[34]
Attanasio, O. and Weber, G
1995
Is consumption growth consistent with intertemporal
optimization? Evidence from the Consumer Expenditure Survey
Journal of Political
Economy
vol.103, no.6, pp.1121–57, December
1995
[35]
Attanasio, O., Banks, J. and
Tanner, S.
2002
Asset holding and consumption volatility
Journal of Political
Economy
vol.110, no.4, pp.771–92, August 2002
[36]
Attanasio, O., Banks, J.,
Meghir, C. and Weber, G.
1999
Humps and bumps in lifetime consumption
Journal of Business and
Economic Statistics
vol.17, no.1, pp.22–35, January 1999
[37]
Attanasio, O., Berloffa, G.,
Blundell, R. and Preston, I.
2002
From earnings inequality to consumption inequality
Economic Journal
vol.112, no.478, pp.C52–9, March
2002
[38]
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and
Brugiavini, A.
2001
Risk pooling, precautionary saving and consumption volatility
Review of Economic
Studies
vol.68, no.4, pp.757–79, October 2001
[39]
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and
Tanner, S.
1998
Is there a retirement savings puzzle?
American Economic
Review
vol.88, no.4, pp.769–88, September
1998
[40]
Banks, J., Disney, R. and
Oldfield, Z.
2000
What can we learn about pension reform from generational
accounts for the UK?
Economic Journal
Features
vol.110, no.467, pp.F575–97,
November 2000
[41]
Blundell, R. and Johnson, P.
1998
Pensions and labour-market participation in the United
Kingdom
American Economic
Review
vol.88, no.2, pp.168–72, May 1998
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[42]
Blundell, R. and Preston, I.
1998
Consumption inequality and income uncertainty
Quarterly Journal of
Economics
vol.113, no.2, pp.603–40, May 1998
[43]
Blundell, R., Browning, M.
and Meghir, C.
1994
Consumer demand and the life-cycle allocation of household
expenditures
Review of
EconomicStudies
vol.61, no.1, pp.57–80, January 1994
[44]
Browning, M. and Collado,
D.
2001
The response of expenditures to anticipated income changes:
panel data estimates
American Economic
Review
vol.91, no.3, pp.681–92, June 2001
[45]
Browning, M. and Crossley,
T.
2001
Unemployment insurance benefit levels and consumption
changes
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.80, no.1, pp.1–23, April 2001
[46]
Brugiavini, A
1993
Uncertainty resolution and the timing of annuity purchases
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.50, no.1, pp.31–62, January 1993
[47]
Disney, R.
2000
Crises in public pension programmes in OECD: what are the
reform options?
Economic Journal
Features
vol.110, no.461, pp.F1–23, February
2000
[48]
Johnson, P. and Webb, S.
1993
Explaining the growth in UK income inequality 1979–1988
Economic Journal
vol.103, no.417, pp.429–35, March
1993
[49]
Low, H. and Maldoom, D.
2004
Optimal taxation, prudence and risk sharing
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.88, no.3, pp.443–64, March 2004
[50]
Meghir, C.
2004
A retrospective on Friedman’s theory of permanent income
Economic Journal
Features
vol.114, no.496, pp.F293–306, June
2004
[51]
Meghir, C. and Weber, G.
1996
Intertemporal non-separability or liquidity constraints? A
disaggregate analysis using a US consumption panel
Econometrica
vol.64, no.5, pp.1151–82, January
1996
Consumer demand, indirect taxes and the cost of living
[52]
Banks, J. and Johnson, P.
1994
Equivalence scale relativities revisited
Economic Journal
vol.104, no.425, pp.883–90, July
1994
[53]
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and
Lewbel, A
1996
Tax reform and welfare measurement: do we need demand
system estimation?
Economic Journal
vol.106, no.438, pp.1227–41,
September 1996
[54]
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and
Lewbel, A.
1997
Quadratic Engel curves and consumer demand
Review of Economics
and Statistics
vol.79, no.4, pp.527–39, November
1997
[55]
Blow, L, M. Browning and I.
Crawford, 2004
2004
Nonparametric methods for the characteristic model
Cemmap Working
Paper
CWP18/04.
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Blow, L. and Crawford, I.
2001
The cost of living with the RPI: substitution bias in the UK retail
prices index
Economic Journal
vol.111, no.472, pp.F357–82,
January 2001
[57]
Blundell, R. and Robin, J-M.
2000
Latent separability: grouping goods without weak separability
Econometrica
vol.68, no.1, pp.53–84, January
2000
[58]
Blundell, R., Browning, M.
and Crawford, I.
2003
Nonparametric Engel curves and revealed preference
Econometrica
vol.71, no.1, pp.205–40, January
2003
[59]
Blundell, R., Pashardes, P.
and Weber, G.
1993
What do we learn about consumer demand patterns from microdata?
American Economic
Review
vol.83, no.3, pp.570–597, June 1993
[60]
Brewer, M., Clark, T. and
Goodman, A.
2003
What really happened to child poverty under Labour’s first term?
Economic Journal
vol.113, no.488, pp.F240–57, June
2003
[61]
Browning, M. and Crossley,
T.
2000
Luxuries are easier to postpone: a proof
Journal of Political
Economy
vol.5, no.108, pp.1022–6, January
2000
[62]
Crawford, I., Laisney, F. and
Preston, I.
2003
Estimation of household demand systems with theoretically
compatible Engel curves and unit value specifications
Journal of
Econometrics
vol.114, no.2, pp.221–41, March
2003
[63]
Dickens, R., Fry, V. and
Pashardes, P.
1993
Non-linearities and equivalence scales
Economic Journal
vol.103, no.417, pp.359–68, March
1993
[64]
Johnson, P. and Webb, S.
1992
The treatment of housing in official low income statistics
Journal of the Royal
Statistical Society:
Series A
vol.155, no.2, pp.273–90, January
1992
[65]
Keen, M. and Delipalla, S.
1992
The comparison between ad valorem and specific taxation under
imperfect competition
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.49, no.3, pp.351–67, December
1992
[66]
Lambert, P. and Aronson, J.
1993
Inequality decomposition analysis and the Gini coefficient
revisited
Economic Journal
vol.103, no.420, pp.1221–7,
September 1993
[67]
Meghir, C. and Robin, J-M.
1992
Frequency of purchase and the estimation of demand systems
Journal of
Econometrics
vol.53, no.1–3, pp.53–85, July–
September 1992
[68]
Pashardes, P.
1993
Bias in estimating the almost ideal demand system with the Stone
index approximation
Economic Journal
vol.103, no.419, pp.908–15, July
1993
Training, education and human capital
[69]
Adda, J. Dustman, C.,
Meghir, C. and Robin, J-M
2006
Career progression and formal versus on-the-job training
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W06/16, August 2006
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Battistin, E., Emmerson, C.
and Fitzsimons, E.
2005
Evaluation of Education Maintenance Allowance Pilots: Young
People Aged 16-19 Years; Final Report of the Quantitative
Evaluation
Department for
Education and Skills
RR678
[71]
Blundell, R., Costa Dias,
M., Meghir, C. and Van
Reenen, J.
2004
Evaluating the employment impact of a mandatory job search
assistance program
Journal of the European
Economic Association
vol.2, no.4, pp.569–606, June 2004
[72]
Blundell, R., Dearden, L.
and Meghir, C.
1996
The Determinants and Effects of Work-Related Training in
Britain
IFS
April 1996
[73]
Blundell, R., Dearden, L.
and Sianesi, B.
2005
Evaluating the effect of education on earnings: models, methods
and results from the National Child Development Survey
Journal of the Royal
Statistical Society: Series
A
vol.168, no.3, pp.473–512, July
2005
[74]
Blundell, R., Dearden, L.,
Goodman, A. and Reed, H.
2000
The returns to higher education in Britain: evidence from a
British cohort
Economic Journal
vol.110, no.461, pp.F82–99,
February 2000
[75]
Carneiro, P. and Heckman,
J.
2002
The evidence on credit constraints in post-secondary schooling
Economic Journal
vol.112, no.482, pp.705–34, October
2002
[76]
Dearden, L., Emmerson, C.
and Frayne, C.
2005
Education subsidies and school drop-out rates
IFS Working Paper
W05/11, June 2005
[77]
Dearden, L., Ferri, J. and
Meghir, C.
2002
The effect of school quality on educational attainment and
wages
Review of Economics
and Statistics
vol.84, no.1, pp.1–20, February
2002
[78]
Dearden, L., Fitzsimons, E.
and Goodman, A.
2004
An Analysis of the Higher Education Reforms
IFS
January 2004
[79]
Dearden, L., Machin, S.,
Reed, H. and Wilkinson, D.
1997
Labour Turnover and Work-Related Training
IFS
May 1997
[80]
Dustmann, C. and Meghir,
C.
2005
Wages, experience and seniority
Review of Economic
Studies
vol.72, no.1, pp.77–108, January
2005
[81]
Emmerson, C., McNally, S.
and Meghir, S.
2005
The economic evaluation of education initiatives
What’s the Good of
Education? The
Economics of Education
in the UK (eds: S.
Machin and A. Vignoles)
Princeton University Press, June
2005
[82]
Harmon, C. and Walker, I.
1995
Estimates of the economic return to schooling for the UK
American Economic
Review
vol.85, no.5, pp.1278–86, January
1995
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[83]
Ichimura, H. and Taber, C.
2002
Semiparametric reduced form estimation of tuition subsidies
American Economic
Review
vol.92, no.2, pp.286–92, May 2002
[84]
Meghir, C. and Palme, M.
2005
Educational reform, ability and family background
American Economic
Review
vol.95, no.1, pp.414–24, March
2005
[85]
Meghir, C., Machin, S. and
McNally, S.
2004
Improving pupil performance in English secondary schools:
Excellence in Cities
Journal of the European
Economic Association
vol.2, no.2–3, pp.569–606, April
2004
[86]
Sianesi, B.
2004
An evaluation of the Swedish system of active labour market
programmes in the 1990s
Review of Economics
and Statistics
vol.86, no.1, pp.133–55, November
2004
Econometric and evaluation methods
[87]
Arellano, M. and Bond, S.
1991
Some tests of specification for panel data: Monte Carlo evidence
and an application to employment equations
Review of Economic
Studies
vol.58, no.2, pp.277–97, January
1991
[88]
Battistin, E. and Rettore, E.
2002
Testing for programme effects in a regression discontinuity
design with imperfect compliance
Journal of the Royal
Statistical Society:
Series A
vol.165, no.1, pp.39–58, February
2002
[89]
Blundell, R. and Bond, S.
GMM estimation with persistent panel data: an application to
production functions
Econometric Reviews
Vol. 19(3), pp. 321-340
[90]
Blundell, R. and Bond, S.
Initial conditions and moment restrictions
Journal of Econometrics
vol.87, no.1, pp.115–43, August
1998
1998
in dynamic panel data models
[91]
Blundell, R. and Powell,
J.L.
2004
Endogeneity in semiparametric binary response models
Review of Economic
Studies
vol.71, no.3, pp.655–80, July 2004
[92]
Blundell, R. and Smith, R.
1994
Coherency and estimation in simultaneous models with censored
or qualitative dependent variables
Journal of Econometrics
vol.64, no.1–2, pp.355–73,
September–October 1994
[93]
Blundell, R., Griffith, R.
and Windmeijer, F.
2002
Individual effects and dynamics in count data models
Journal of Econometrics
vol.108, no.1, pp.113–31, May 2002
[94]
Cameron, A. and
Windmeijer, F.
1997
An R-squared measure of goodness of fit for some common
nonlinear regression models
Journal of Econometrics
vol.77, no.2, pp.329–42, April 1997
[95]
Denny, K.
2002
New methods for comparing literacy across populations: insights
from the measurement of poverty
Journal of the Royal
Statistical Society:
Series A
vol.165, no.3, pp.481–93, October
2002
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[96]
Santos Silva, J. and
Windmeijer, F.
2001
Two-part multiple spell models for health care demand
Journal of Econometrics
vol.104, no.1, pp.67–89, August
2001
[97]
Windmeijer, F.
2005
A finite sample correction for the variance of linear efficient twostep GMM estimators
Journal of Econometrics
vol.126, no.1, pp.25–51, May 2005
Wealth creation, firm investment and innovation behaviour
[98]
Aghion, P. and Griffith, R.
2005
Competition and Growth: Reconciling Theory and Evidence
MIT Press
August 2005
[99]
Aghion, P., Bloom, N.,
Blundell, R., Griffith, R.
and Howitt, P.
2005
Competition and innovation: an inverted U relationship
Quarterly Journal of
Economics
vol.120, no.2, pp.701–28, May 2005
[100]
Aghion, P., Griffith, R. and
Howitt, P.
2006
Vertical integration and competition
American Economic
Review, Papers and
Proceedings
vol.92, no.2, pp.97–102, May 2006
[101]
Bloom, N. and Van
Reenen, J.
2002
Patents, real options and firm performance
Economic Journal
vol.112, no.478, pp.C97–116, March
2002
[102]
Bloom, N., Bond, S. and
Van Reenen, J.
2006
Uncertainty and investment dynamics
Review of Economic
Studies
forthcoming
[103]
Bloom, N., Griffith, R. and
Van Reenen, J.
2002
Do R&D tax credits work? Evidence from a panel of countries
1979–1997
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.85, no.1, pp.1–31, July 2002
[104]
Blundell, R., Bond, S.,
Devereux, M.P. and
Schiantarelli, F.
1992
Investment and Tobin’s Q: evidence from company panel data
Journal of Econometrics
vol.51, no.1–2, pp.233–57, January–
February 1992
[105]
Blundell, R., Card, D. and
Freeman, R. (eds)
2004
Seeking a Premier League Economy: The Economic Effects of
British Economic Reforms, 1980–2000
NBER-CLM (National
Bureau of Economic
Research, Comparative
Labor Markets Series)
University of Chicago Press
[106]
Blundell, R., Griffith, R.
and Van Reenen, J.
1995
Dynamic count data models of technological innovation
Economic Journal
vol.105, no.429, pp.333–44, March
1995
[107]
Blundell, R., Griffith, R.
and Van Reenen, J.
1999
Market share, market value and innovation in a panel of British
manufacturing firms
Review of Economic
Studies
vol.66, no.3, pp.529–54, July 1999
[108]
Bond, S. and Devereux,
M.P.
1995
On the design of neutral business tax under uncertainty
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.58, no.1, pp.57–71, September
1995
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[109]
Bond, S. and Devereux,
M.P.
2003
Generalised R-based and S-based taxes under uncertainty
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.87, no.5–6, pp.1291–311, May
2003
[110]
Bond, S. and Meghir, C.
1994
Dynamic investment models and the firm’s financial policy
Review of Economic
Studies
vol.61, no.2, pp.197–222, April
1994
[111]
Bond, S., Chennells, L. and
Devereux, M.P.
1996
Taxes and company dividends: a microeconometric investigation
exploiting cross-section variations in taxes
Economic Journal
vol.106, no.435, pp.320–33, March
1996
[112]
Bond, S., Elston, J.,
Mairesse, J. and Mulkay, B.
2003
Financial factors and investment in Belgium, France, Germany
and the UK: a comparison using company panel data
Review of Economics
and Statistics
vol.85, no.1, pp.153–65, February
2003
[113]
Devereux, M.P. and
Griffith, R.
1998
Taxes and the location of production: evidence from a panel of
US multinationals
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.68, no.3, pp.335–67, June 1998
[114]
Devereux, M.P., Keen, M.
and Schiantarelli, F.
1994
Corporation tax asymmetries and investment: evidence from UK
panel data
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.53, no.3, pp.395–418, March
1994
[115]
Griffith, R., Harrison, R.
and Van Reenen, J.
2006
How special is the special relationship? Using the impact of US
R&D spillovers on UK firms as a test of technology sourcing
American Economic
Review
forthcoming December 2006
[116]
Griffith, R., Redding, S.
and Van Reenen, J.
2004
Mapping the two faces of R&D: productivity growth in a panel
of OECD industries
Review of Economics
and Statistics
vol.86, no.4, pp.883–95, November
2004
[117]
Van Reenen, J.
1996
The creation and capture of economic rents and innovation in a
panel of UK companies
Quarterly Journal of
Economics
vol.111, no.1, pp.195–226, February
1996
[118]
Attanasio, O., Guiso, L.
and Jappelli, T.
2002
The demand for money, financial innovation, and the welfare
cost of inflation: an analysis with household data
Journal of Political
Economy
vol.110, no.2, pp.317–51, April
2002
[119]
Besley, T., Hall, J. and
Preston, I.
1999
The demand for private health insurance: do waiting lists matter?
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.72, no.2, pp.155–81, May 1999
[120]
Besley, T., Preston, I. and
Ridge, M.
1997
Fiscal anarchy in the UK: modelling poll tax noncompliance
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.64, no.2, pp.137–52, May 1997
[121]
Hall, J. and Preston, I.
2000
Tax price effects on attitudes to hypothecated national tax
increases
Journal of Public
Economics
vol.75, no.3, pp.417–38, March
2000
Other
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SUMMARY OF RESOURCES
ANNEX B: STAFFING
1. Current academic and support staff
Name
Richard Blundell
Orazio Attanasio
Steve Bond
Robert Chote
Rachel Griffith
Costas Meghir
James Banks
Laura Blow
Mike Brewer
Ian Crawford
Lorraine Dearden
Carl Emmerson
Alissa Goodman
Stuart Adam
Alice Mesnard
Zoë Oldfield
Barbara Sianesi
Laura Abramovsky
James Browne
Haroon Chowdry
Claire Crawford
Jonathan Shaw
Andrew Shephard
Luke Sibieta
Helen Simpson
Gemma Tetlow
Chantal Crevel Robinson
Jenny Williams
Emma Hyman
Time spent on
Centre work (%)
70%
25%
25%
25%
25%
50%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
20%
30%
40%
30%
40%
50%
50%
25%
25%
50%
50%
50%
25%
20%
50%
40%
20%
25%
Grade
(October 2006)
Research Director
Programme Director
Programme Director
Director
Programme Director
Programme Director
Programme Director
Programme Director
Programme Director
Programme Director
Programme Director
Programme Director
Programme Director
Senior Research Economist
Senior Research Economist
Senior Research Economist
Senior Research Economist
Research Economist
Research Economist
Research Economist
Research Economist
Research Economist
Research Economist
Research Economist
Programme Director
Research Economist
Senior Secretary
Secretary
External Relations Manager
Role in Centre/IFS
Principal Investigator
Co-Principal Investigator
Co-Principal Investigator
IFS Director
Co-Principal Investigator
Co-Principal Investigator
IFS Deputy Research Director
IFS Deputy Director
IFS Deputy Director
Policy Advisory Committee
Nick Stern (Chair), HM Treasury
Professor Charles Bean, Bank of England
Professor John Ermisch, BHPS, Essex University
Joanne Hindle, Miles Consulting
Jonathan Portes, Department for Work and Pensions
Rosemary Radcliffe, PriceWaterhouseCoopers
Peter Short, HM Treasury
David Ulph, HM Revenue and Customs
Research Fellows
Name
Philippe
Mark
Samuel
Tim
Martin
Aghion
Armstrong
Berlinski
Besley
Browning
Affliation
University College London
University College London
University College London
London School of Economics
University of Copenhagen
19
Joined
2002
2005
2006
1996
2001
Left
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Andrew
Ian
Michael
Andrew
Richard
Alan
Hidehiko
Michael
Simon
Carli
Hamish
David
Gareth
Ian
Stephen
Jean-Marc
Tony
Stephen
Ian
Robert
Chesher
Crawford
Devereux
Dilnot
Disney
Duncan
Ichimura
Keen
Lee
Lessof
Low
Miles
Myles
Preston
Redding
Robin
Shorrocks
Smith
Walker
Walker
University College London
Surrey
University of Warwick
Oxford
Nottingham
University of Nottingham
University College London
IMF
University College London
National Centre for Social Research
University of Cambridge
Imperial College; Morgan Stanley
University of Exeter
UCL
London School of Economics
Paris 1; University College London
University College London
University of Warwick
University of Nottingham
2001
2005
1992
2005
1992
2001
2001
1993
2006
2005
2001
2001
1999
1996
2002
2006
1999
1998
1992
2001
2005
2002
1999
2005
Research Associates
Name
Jerome
Dan
Abigail
Walter
Brian
Samuel
Pedro
Andrew
Kevin
Alan
Christian
Marco
Vanessa
Amanda
Jonathan
Christopher
Dieter
Andrew
Peter
Valérie
Hamish
Stephen
Naercio
David
Gill
Nicola
Ian
Steve
Michael
Adda
Anderberg
Barr
Beckert
Bell
Berlinski
Carneiro
Chesher
Denny
Duncan
Dustmann
Francesconi
Fry
Gosling
Haskel
Heady
Helm
Jones
Lambert
Lechene
Low
Machin
MenezesFilho
Miles
Paull
Pavoni
Preston
Redding
Ridge
Affliation
University College London
Royal Holloway
Oxford
Birkbeck College
Nuffield College, Oxford
University College London
University College London
University of Bristol
University College Dublin
University of York
University College London
ISER, Essex
University of Esses
University of Essex
Queen Mary and Westfield
University of Bath
University of Oxford
University of York
University of York
Oxford
University of Cambridge
University College London
University College London
Joined
2001
2005
2005
2005
1997
2005
2005
1999
1994
1994
1995
2005
1992
1999
1999
1995
1992
1993
1997
2005
1999
1992
1997
Imperial College London
IFS
University College London
UCL
London School of Economics
Brunel University
1999
2006
2005
1992
1999
1996
20
Left
1998
1999
1998
2002
1995
1996
2002
1997
1998
2002
1997
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Kim
Margaret
George
Peter
Sarah
Stephen
Teresa
Måns
Margaret
Kathy
Elizabeth
Jonathon
Gianluca
Scharf
Slade
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Söderbom
Stevens
Sylva
Symons
Thomas
Violante
University of Warwick
Warwick
Oxford
University of York
London School of Economics; CMPO
University College London
Oxford
Oxford
University of Oxford
Oxford
University of Keele
University College London
University College London
1999
2005
2005
1997
2005
2005
2005
2006
1999
2005
1994
1997
2001
2005
Joined
2005
2005
2005
1999
2002
1999
1997
1997
2001
1999
1997
1997
1999
1999
2006
1997
1999
1999
2005
1997
1999
1997
1997
1999
1997
1997
2005
2006
1997
2002
2006
1997
2006
1999
2005
1997
2005
Left
1995
2002
International Research Associates
Name
Jaap
Philippe
Gordon
Manuel
Andrew
Olympia
Martin
Agar
David
Jason
Kevin
Simon
Bernd
Bill
David
Bronwyn
Dietmar
James
Peter
Hilary
Tor Jakob
François
Arthur
Thomas
Thierry
John
Mårten
Susanne
Jean-Marc
Peter
James
Tom
Coen
Frank
Gianluca
Guglielmo
Fabrizio
Abbring
Aghion
Anderson
Arellano
Bernard
Bover
Browning
Brugiavini
Card
Cummins
Denny
Domberger
Fitzenberger
Gale
Green
Hall
Harhoff
Heckman
Howitt
Hoynes
Klette
Laisney
Lewbel
MaCurdy
Magnac
Micklewright
Palme
Prantl
Robin
Schott
Smith
Stoker
Teulings
Vella
Violante
Weber
Zillibotti
Affliation
Tinbergen Institute
Harvard University
University of Toronto
CEMFI
Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth
Bank of Spain
McMaster; Copenhagen; Oxford
University of Venice
University of California, Berkeley
NYU; Federal Reserve Board
University College, Dublin
University of Sydney
University of Mannheim
Brookings Institute
(UBC)
University of California, Berkeley
ZEW, Mannheim; Munich
University of Chicago
Brown University
University of California, Berkeley
Statistics Norway; University of Oslo
ZEW, Mannheim
Brandeis; Boston College
Stanford University
CREST, INRA, Paris
EUI
University of Stockholm
WZB, Berlin
CREST, INRA, Paris
Yale School of Management
RAND
Massachussets Institute of Technology
SEO, University of Amsterdam
Rutgers; EUI; Georgetown
NYU
University of Padua
University of Stockholm
21
2005
1999
2005
2002
1999
2005
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2. List of past staff
Name
Initial Destination
Category
Kevin
Alan
Mark
Paul
Denny
Duncan
Pearson
Baker
University College Dublin
University of Nottingham
OECD
OECD
Academic
Academic
Public sector
Public sector
Evan
Davis
Newsnight
Media
Harold
Stephanie
Andrew
Mick
Edward
Scott
Steve
Andreas
Freeman
Flanders
Lilico
Ridge
Whitehouse
Evans
Webb
Gomez-Lobo
HM Treasury
US Treasury
UCL
London Economics
Axia Economics/IMF
UBS
Liberal Democrat MP
Oxera
Public sector
Media
Academic
Consultancy/think tank
Public sector
Private sector
Public sector
Consultancy
Najma
Annette
Steve
Chris
Amanda
John
Paul
Hamish
Gary
John
Monica
Nick
Lucy
Tom
Susann
Sarah
Rajah
Ryan
Smith
Giles
Gosling
Hall
Johnson
Low
Stears
Van Reenen
Paiella
Bloom
Chennells
Clark
Rohwedder
Tanner
Consultancy/think tank
Public sector
Academic
Media
Academic
Public sector
Public sector
Academic
Private sector
Academic
Public sector
Private sector
Public sector
Public sector
Consultancy/think tank
Public sector
Andrew
Jayne
Julian
Graham
Sarah
Leslie
Erich
Dilnot
Taylor
McCrae
Stark
Love
McGranahan
Battistin
Ian
Alex
Elena
Crawford
Klemm
MartinezSanchis
Maurer
Myck
Reed
Syed
Vera
Windmeijer
Bottazzi
Christensen
London Economics
Canadian Public sector
UCL
BBC
University of Essex
DETR
FSA
University of Cambridge
ABI
LSE
Bank of Italy
McKinsey
Bank of England
Special Advisor, DWP
RAND
Financial Services
Authority
St Hugh's College, Oxford
MORI
Special Adviser, DWP
Virtual Worlds
Legal training
University of Chicago
European University
Institute
University of Surrey
IMF
University of Valencia
Juergen
Michal
Howard
Murtaza
Marcos
Frank
Renata
Mette
University of Mannheim
University of Warsaw
IPPR
IMF
UCL
University of Bristol
University of Bologna
University of Manchester
Academic
Private sector
Public sector
Consultancy/think tank
Professions
Academic
Academic
Current Position
(if different)
Private sector
consultancy
BBC Economics
Editor
Foreign Office
BBC Newsnight
Frontier Economics
OECD
University of Chile
Santiago
Frontier Economics
Financial Times
HM Treasury
HM Treasury
Stanford University
The Guardian
CMPO, Bristol
Cabinet Office
Academic
Public sector
Academic
Academic
Consultancy/think tank
Consultancy/think tank
Public sector
Academic
Academic
Academic
Academic
22
Year left
1991
1991
1991
1992
1992
1992
1992
1993
1993
1993
1994
1994
1995?
1995
1995
1996
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1997
1998
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2001
2001
2002
2002
2003
2003
2004
2004
2004
2004
DIW, Berlin
2004
2004
2004
2004
2004
2005
2006
2006
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Giovanni
Gallipoli
Rupert
Heike
Harrison
Harmgart
University of British
Colombia
Conservative Party
EBRD
Academic
2006
Public sector
Public sector
2006
2006
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ANNEX C: FUNDING
Details of all funding secured by the Centre (including ESRC award)
1991-2005
TOTAL
%
2005
% of total
ESRC Research Centre
Other ESRC
Government
Charities
Corporate (Excluding TLRC)
European Union
Other
Tax Law Review Committee
10,119,474
3,140,688
5,174,326
5,256,241
927,903
1,749,947
1,626,477
807,001
31%
10%
16%
16%
3%
5%
5%
3%
24%
19%
15%
17%
2%
11%
6%
1%
Research Income
28,802,056
90%
94%
Membership
Conferences
Publications
1,621,110
868,818
852,737
5%
3%
3%
2%
3%
1%
Other Operating Income
3,342,665
10%
6%
Total Income
32,144,721
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ANNEX D: SUMMARIES OF CENTRE'S OUTPUTS
Publications
1991 – 1995
1996 – 2000
2001 – 2005
Total
Academic
journal
articles
139
215
245
599
Books and
book chapters
Working
papers
Policy
Reports
Software and
data
77
156
136
369
61
102
147
310
44
98
155
297
10
22
7
39
Presentations
and seminar
papers
75
218
499
792
Media
1991 – 1995
1996 – 2000
2001 – 2005
Total
Authored newspaper
and magazine articles
62
53
84
199
Print citations
TV and radio
appearances
680
698
568
1259
1245*
2755
4000
*Since 1998; previous data not collected
Membership
of networks
Events
organised by
IFS
Visitors to
IFS
Substantial
advice and
consultancy
International
collaborative
research
projects
1991 – 1995
1996 – 2000
2001 – 2005
Total
Membership
of committees
Engagement
39
134
163
336
26
89
61
176
64
78
84
226
48
107
130
285
23
58
70
151
46
56
42
144
Selected editorships
Econometrica
Blundell, R., Co-Editor
Browning, M., Associate Editor
Meghir, C., Editor; Associate Editor; CoEditor
Review of Economic Studies
Armstrong, M., Chairman, Editorial Board
Attanasio, O., Managing Editor; Co-Editor
Besley, T., Editorial Board
Griffith, R., Director; Board Member
Miles, D., Production Editor; Editorial Board
Van Reenen, J., Associate Editor; Editorial Board
Violante, G., Editorial Board Member
Economic Journal
Griffith, R., Editor, Conference Volume
Preston, I., Associate Editor; Editor,
Conference Volume
Scharf, K., Associate Editor, 2000 RES issue;
2001 RES Conference Issue
American Economic Review
Besley, T., Co-Editor
Economic Journal
Besley, T., Joint Managing Editor
Meghir, C., Editor; Joint Managing Editor
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Media appearances
Year
Today
World at
One/This
Weekend
Newsnight
BBC TV
Radio 4
ITV
International
TV and radio
1991 - 1995
48
27
26
209
176
9
10
1995 - 2000
69
29
27
157
203
11
20
2001 - 2006
29
34
28
152
140
39
25
Newspaper citations
Year
FT
Other broadsheets
Economist
Other national
All others
1998 - 2000
161
414
15
73
582
2001 - 2006
354
917
35
246
1203
Monthly visitors to website since 2001
50000
45000
40000
35000
30000
25000
20000
15000
10000
5000
0
1
20 0
2
20 0
3
20 0
4
20 0
26
5
20 0
6
20 0
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ANNEX E: LIST OF CENTRE'S OUTPUTS
Publications
1. Books and book chapters
Adam, S. and Brewer, M. (2004), Supporting Families: The Financial Costs and Benefits of Children
since 1975, Bristol: Policy Press
Aghion, P. and Griffith, R. (2005), Competition and Growth: Reconciling Theory and Evidence,
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 128 pp., August, ISBN 0-262-01218-9
Albæk, K., Browning, M. and Van Audenrode, M. (2002), ‘Employment protection and the
consequences for displaced workers: a comparison of Belgium and Denmark’, in P. Kuhn (ed.),
Losing Work, Moving On, Kalamazoo, MI: Upjohn Institute.
Armstrong, M. and Sappington, D. (2005), ‘Recent developments in the theory of regulation’, in M.
Armstrong and R. Porter (eds), Handbook of Industrial Organization (Vol. III), North-Holland
Armstrong, M., co-editor, Handbook of Industrial Organization, Volume III, North-Holland
Arthur, S., Corden, A., Green, A., Lewis, J., Loumidis, J., Sainsbury, R., Stafford, B., Thorton, P. and
Walker, R. (1999), New Deal for Disabled People: Early Implementation, London: Department
of Social Security Research Report no. 106.
Ashworth, K., Bates, C., Heaver, C., McKay, S., Stafford B., Trickey, H., and Walker, R. (1999), Work
and Young Men, York: YPS, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Ashworth, K., Hill, M. and Walker, R. (2001), ‘A new approach to poverty dynamics’, in D. Rose,
Researching Social and Economic Change. London: Routledge.
Ashworth, K., McKay, S., Smith, A., Walker, R. and Youngs, R. (2000), Understanding the Impact of
Jobseeker’s Allowance, London: Department of Social Security Research Report no. 111.
Attanasio, O. (1995), ‘Personal saving in the United States’, in J. Poterba (ed.), International
Comparisons of Household Saving, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Attanasio, O. (1999), ‘Consumption’, in Handbook of Macroeconomics, North Holland.
Attanasio, O. and Szekely, M. (eds), The Assets of the Poor in Latin America, Washington, DC: InterAmerican Development Bank.
Attanasio, O. and Vissing-Jorgensen, A. (2003), ‘Stock market participation, intertemporal substitution
and risk aversion’, in Papers and Proceedings of the American Economic Association,
American Economic Review.
Attanasio, O., ‘Consumption’, in J. Taylor and M. Woodford (eds), Handbook of Macroeconomics,
North Holland.
Attanasio, O., Battistin, E. and Ichimura, H. (2006), ‘What really happened to consumption inequality
in the US?’, in E.R. Berndt and C.M. Hulten (eds), Hard-to-Measure Goods and Services:
Essays in Honor of Zvi Griliches, Chicago: University of Chicago Press
Attanasio, O., Low, H. and Sanchez-Marcos, V. (2004), ‘Female labour supply as insurance against
idiosyncratic risk’, Journal of the European Economic Association: Papers and Proceedings of
the European Economic Association Meeting, Madrid, August 2004
Attanasio, O., Meghir, C. and Székely, M. (2003), ‘Using randomized experiments and structural
models for “scaling up”: evidence from the PROGRESA evaluation’, Annual World Bank
Conference on Development Economics, 2003, Washington, DC: The World Bank.
Attanasio, O., Meghir, C., Vera-Hernandez, M. et al. (2004), Baseline Report on the Evaluation of
Familias en Acción, IFS report.
Banks, J and Tanner, S. (2000), ‘Household portfolios in the UK’, in L. Guiso, M. Halliasos and T.
Jappelli. (eds) Household Portfolios, MIT Press
Banks, J. (2004), ‘Comment on “Mortality, income and income inequality over time in Britain and the
United States” by Angus Deaton and Christina Paxson’, in D. Wise (ed.), Perspectives on the
Economics of Ageing, University of Chicago Press.
Banks, J. and Blundell, R. (1994), ‘Taxation and savings incentives in the UK’, in J. Poterba (ed.),
Public Policies and Household Saving, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Banks, J. and Blundell, R. (1995), ‘Household saving behaviour in the UK’, in J. Poterba (ed.),
International Comparisons of Household Saving, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Banks, J. and Brewer, M. (2003), ‘Understanding the generosity of government support to households
with children’, in J. Bradshaw (ed.), Children and Social Security, International Studies in
Social Security, vol. 8, Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
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Banks, J. and Casanova, M. (2003), ‘Work and retirement’, in M. Marmot, J. Banks, R. Blundell, C.
Lessof and J. Nazroo (eds), Health, Wealth and Lifestyles of the Older Population in England:
The 2002 English Longitudinal Study of Ageing, London: IFS.
Banks, J. and Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘Public and private pension spending: principles, practice and the
need for reform’, in D. Miles, G. Myles and I. Preston (eds), The Economics of Public Spending,
Oxford University Press.
Banks, J. and Johnson, P. (eds) (1998), How Reliable is the Family Expenditure Survey? Trends in
Incomes and Expenditures over Time, London: Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Banks, J. and Oldfield, Z. (2003), ‘Income and wealth’, in A. Humphrey, P. Costigan, K. Pickering, N.
Stratford and M. Barnes (eds), Factors Affecting the Labour Market Participation of Older
Workers, DWP Research Report 200, London: HMSO.
Banks, J. and Rohwedder, S. (2003), ‘Pensions and life-cycle savings profiles in the UK’, in A.
Boersch-Supan (ed.), Life-Cycle Savings and Public Policy: A Cross-National Study of Six
Countries, San Diego: Academic Press.
Banks, J. and Rohwedder, S. (2003), ‘Pensions and life-cycle savings profiles in the UK’, in A.
Boersch-Supan (ed.), Life-Cycle Savings and Public Policy: A Cross-National Study of Six
Countries, Academic Press.
Banks, J. and Tanner, S. (1999), Household Saving in the UK, London: IFS.
Banks, J. and Tanner, S. (2001), ‘Household portfolios in the UK’, in L. Guiso, M. Halliassos and T.
Jappelli (eds), Household Portfolios, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Banks, J. and Tanner, S. (2001), ‘Household portfolios in the UK’, in L. Guiso, M. Halliasos and T.
Jappelli. (eds) Household Portfolios, MIT Press
Banks, J. and Wakefield, M., ‘Share ownership in the UK’, in L. Guiso, M. Haliassos and T. Jappelli,
Stockholding: A European Comparison, l’Observatoire de l’Epargne Européenne (OEE), Paris
(2001)
Banks, J., ‘Comment on: Mortality, income, and income inequality over time in Britain and the United
States by Angus Deaton and Christina Paxson’, in D. Wise (ed.), Perspectives on the Economics
of Ageing, Chicago: Chicago University Press
Banks, J., and A. Leicester (2006) ‘Expenditure and Consumption’ in Banks, J., E. Breeze, C. Lessof
and J. Nazroo, Retirement, health and relationships of the older population in England: The
2004 English Longitudinal Study Of Ageing (Wave 2), London: Institute for Fiscal Studies
Banks, J., and Johnson, P. (1992), Children and Household Living Standards, London: Institute for
Fiscal Studies.
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and Smith, J. P. (2004), ‘Wealth portfolios in the United Kingdom and the
United States’, in D. Wise (ed.), Perspectives on the Economics of Ageing, University of
Chicago Press.
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and Smith, J.P. (2004), ‘Wealth portfolios in the US and the UK’, in D. Wise
(ed.), Perspectives on the Economics of Ageing, Chicago: Chicago University Press.
Banks, J., Blundell, R. W. and Lewbel, A. (1999), ‘Tax reform and welfare measurement: do we need
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Abramovsky, L., Harrison, R. and Simpson, H. (2004), ‘Increasing innovative activity in the UK?
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Adam, S., Brewer, M. and Wakefield, M. (2005), ‘Tax and benefit changes: who wins and who loses?’,
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Adam, S., Browne, J., Chennells, L., Dilnot, A., Frayne, C., Kaplan, G, Roback, N. and Shaw, S.,
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Attanasio, O. and Mesnard, A. (2005), The Impact of a Conditional Cash Transfer Programme on
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Attanasio, O., Battistin, E., Fitzsimons, E., Mesnard, A. and Vera-Hernández, M. (2005), ‘How
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Attanasio, O., Fitzsimons, E. and Gomez, A. (2005), The Impact of a Conditional Education Subsidy
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December
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Banks, J., Blundell, R., Disney, R. and Emmerson, C. (2002), ‘Retirement, pensions and the adequacy
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pp., October
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Blow, L., Leicester A. and Smith, Z. (2003), London’s Congestion Charge, IFS Briefing Note 31.
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Bond, S., Klemm, A. and Simpson, H. (2001), ‘Labour and Business taxes’, IFS Election Briefing Note
No. 6
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Brewer, M. (2001), ‘The structure of welfare’, IFS Election Briefing Note no. 11.
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who need it to enable them to work?’, evidence to the Work and Pensions Select Committee,
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Brewer, M. and Shephard, A. (2005), ‘Employment and the labour market’, Election Briefing Note no.
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Brewer, M. and Wakefield, M.. (2001), ‘Labour’s proposals’, IFS Election Briefing Note no. 9.
Brewer, M., Clark, T. and Goodman, A. (2002), The Government’s Child Poverty Target: How Much
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Brewer, M., Clark, T. and Myck, M. (2001), Credit Where It’s Due? An Assessment of the New Tax
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Brewer, M., Crawford, C. and Dearden, L. (2005), ‘Helping families: childcare, early education and
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Brewer, M., Goodman, A. and Shephard, A. (2003), How Has Child Poverty Changed since 1998–99?
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Brewer, M., Goodman, A., Myck, M. and Shephard, A. (2003), ‘Champion of the poor? Redistribution
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Clark, T. and Reed, H. (2001), ‘The Conservatives’ proposals’, IFS Election Briefing Note no. 7.
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Clark, T., Giles, C. and Hall, J. (1999), Does Council Tax Benefit Work?, London: IFS.
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Blundell, R. and Preston, I. (1997), ‘Consumption inequality and income uncertainty’, Institute for
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Blundell, R. W., Griffith, R. and Windmeijer, F. (1999), ‘Individual effects and dynamics in count data
models’, IFS Working Paper no. 99/3.
Blundell, R. W., Reed, H. and Stoker, T. (1999), ‘Interpreting movements in aggregate wages: the role
of labour market participation’, IFS Working Paper no. 99/13.
Blundell, R., Brewer, M. and Francesconi, M. (2005), ‘Job changes, hours changes and labour market
flexibility: panel data evidence for Britain’, IFS Working Paper no. W05/12, 62 pp., July
Blundell, R., Brewer, M. and Francesconi, M. (2005), ‘Job changes, hours changes and the path of
labour supply adjustment’, IFS Working Paper no. W05/21, 34 pp., October
Blundell, R., Browning, M. and Crawford, I. (1997), ‘Nonparametric Engel curves and revealed
preference’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 97/14.
Blundell, R., Browning, M. and Crawford, I. (2005), ‘Best nonparametric bounds on demand
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Blundell, R., Browning, M. and Crawford, I. (2005), ‘Best nonparametric bounds on demand
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Blundell, R., Costa Dias, M. Meghir, M. and Van Reenen, J. (2001), ‘Evaluating the employment
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Blundell, R., Dearden, L. and Sianesi, B. (2003), ‘Evaluating the impact of education on earnings in the
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Blundell, R., Griffith, R. and Windmeijer, F. (1995), ‘Individual effects and dynamics in count data
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Blundell, R., Meghir, C. and Weber, G. (1993), ‘Aggregation and consumer behaviour: some recent
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Blundell, R., Pistaferri, L. and Preston, I. (2002), ‘Partial insurance, information and consumption
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Blundell, R., Pistaferri, L. and Preston, I. (2003), ‘Consumption inequality and partial insurance’, UCL
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Blundell, R., Pistaferri, L. and Preston, I. (2004), ‘Consumption inequality and partial insurance’, IFS
Working Paper W04/28, November.
Blundell, R., Pistaferri, L. and Preston, I. (2004), ‘Imputing consumption in the PSID using food
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Blundell, R., Reed, H. and Stoker, T. (2000), ‘Interpreting Aggregate Wage Growth’, IFS Working
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Blundell, R.W., Bond, S.R. and Windmeijer, F. (2000), ‘Estimation in dynamic panel data models:
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Bond, S. and Windmeijer, F. (2001), ‘Projection estimators for autoregressive panel data models’,
cemmap Working Paper CWP06/01.
Bond, S. and Windmeijer, F. (2002), ‘Finite sample inference for GMM estimators in linear panel data
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Bond, S. R. and Devereux, M. P. (1999), ‘Generalised R-based and S-based taxes under uncertainty’,
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Bond, S. R., Harhoff, D. and Van Reenen, J. (1999), ‘Investment, R&D and financial constraints in
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Bond, S., Chennells, L. and Devereux, M. (1995), ‘Taxes and company dividends: a microeconometric
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Bond, S., Harhoff, D. and Van Reenen, J. (1999), ‘Investment, R&D and Financial Constraints in
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Bond, S., Hawkins, M. and Klemm, A. (2004), ‘Stamp duty on shares and its effect on share prices’,
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Bond, S., Klemm, A., Newton-Smith, R., Syed, M. and Vlieghe, G. (2004), ‘The roles of expected
profitability, Tobin’s Q and cash flow in econometric models of company investment’, IFS
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Bond, S., Leblebicioglu, A. and Schiantarelli, F. (2004), ‘Capital accumulation and growth: a new look
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Boone, J., Griffith, R. and Harrison, R. (2005), ‘Measuring competition’, AIM Working Paper no. 22,
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Bottazzi, R. (2004), ‘Labour market participation and mortgage related borrowing constraints’, IFS
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effect on private wealth accumulation’, CEPR Discussion Paper no. 4882, January
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Brewer, M. (2003), ‘Estimating models of benefit take-up’, Inland Revenue Working Paper 1b
Brewer, M. and Clark, T. (2002), ‘The impact on incentives of five years of social security reforms in
the UK’, IFS Working Paper 02/14.
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Brewer, M. and Gregg, P. (2001), ‘Eradicating Child Poverty in Britain: Welfare Reform and Children
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Brewer, M. and Paull, G. (2005), ‘The consistency and reliability of the activity history data in the
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Brewer, M., Duncan, A., Shephard, A. and José Suárez, M. (2003), ‘Did working families tax credit
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Carlin, W., Glynn, A. and Van Reenen, J. (1999), ‘Quantifying a dangerous obsession?
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Carneiro, P. and Lee, S. (2005), ‘Ability, sorting and wage inequality’, cemmap Working Paper no.
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18 pp., December
Chevalier, A., Harmon, C., O’Sullivan, V. and Walker, I. (2005), ‘The impact of parental income and
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Dearden, L., McGranahan, L. and Sianesi, B. (2004), ‘The role of credit constraints in educational
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the impact of US R&D spillovers on UK firms as a test of technology sourcing’, London: Centre
for Economic Policy Research, CEPR Discussion Paper no. DP4698, October
Griffith, R., Redding, S. and Simpson, H. (2002), ‘Productivity convergence and foreign ownership at
the establishment level’, IFS Working Paper 02/22.
Griffith, R., Redding, S. and Simpson, H. (2004), ‘Foreign ownership and productivity: new evidence
from the service sector and the R&D lab’, IFS Working Paper W04/22, August.
Griffith, R., Redding, S. and Simpson, H. (2005), ‘Foreign ownership and productivity: new evidence
from the service sector and the R&D lab’, London: Centre for Economic Policy Research,
CEPR Discussion Paper no. DP4691, October
Griffith, R., Redding., R and Van Reenen, J., ‘Mapping the Two Faces of R&D: Productivity Growth
in a panel of OECD industries’, CEPR Discussion Paper 2457, submitted to Journal of Political
Economy.
Hall, J. and Preston, I. (1998), ‘Tax price effects on attitudes to hypothecated tax increases’, Institute
for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 98/6.
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Harmgart, H. and Jurajda, S. (2004), ‘When do “female” occupations pay more?’, CEPR Discussion
Paper DP4270, February.
Harmon, C. and Walker, I. (1995), ‘Estimates of the economic return to schooling for the UK’, Institute
for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 95/12.
Haskel, J., and Slaughter, M., (2000) ‘Does the Sector Bias of Skill-Biased Technological Change
Explain Changing Wage Inequality?’, NBER Working Paper 6565, August.
Heckman, J., Matzkin, R. and Nesheim, L. (2005), ‘Nonparametric estimation of nonadditive hedonic
models’,
cemmap
Working
Paper
no.
CWP03/05,
93
pp.,
March,
http://cemmap.ifs.org.uk/wps/cwp0305.pdf
Horstmann, I. and Scharf, K. A. (1999), ‘The new federalism: distributional conflict, voluntarism and
segregation’, CEPR, Working Paper no. 2273.
Horstmann, I. and Scharf, K., ‘The New Federalism: Distributional Conflict, Voluntarism and
Segregation’, CEPR Working paper, 1999, 31 pages. 2000. Revise and resubmit at the Journal
of Political Economy. Presented at Alabama, Stanford, Toronto, Western Ontario, Queens,
UBC, Simon Fraser, Colorado, Copenhagen, IFS, Bristol, Exeter, Birmingham, Maynooth, 2000
Econometric Society Meetings in Boston (invited).
Horstmann, I. and Scharf, K., ‘The New Federalism: Distributional Conflict, Voluntarism and
Segregation,’ CEPR Working paper, 1999, 31 pages. 2000, currently under review at the
Journal of Political Economy.
Immonen, R., Kanbur, R., Keen, M. and Tuomala, M. (1994), ‘Tagging and taxing: the optimal use of
categorical and income information in designing tax/transfer schemes’, Institute for Fiscal
Studies, Working Paper no. 94/5.
Ivanova, A., Keen, M. and Klemm, A. (2005), ‘The Russian flat tax reform’, Washington DC:
International Monetary Fund, IMF Working Paper no. WP/05/16, 48 pp., January
Johnson, P. and Stears, G. (1996), ‘Why are older pensioners poorer?’, Institute for Fiscal Studies,
Working Paper no. 96/13.
Johnson, P., van Doorslaer, E., Wagstaff, A. (1996), ‘Redistributive effect, progressivity and
differential tax treatment: personal income taxes in twelve OECD countries’, ECuity Project,
Working Paper no. 7.
Johnson, P., van Doorslaer, E., Wagstaff, A. (1996), ‘The redistributive effect of health care finance in
12 OECD countries’, ECuity Project, Working Paper no. 8.
Jones, J., Stark, G. and Webb, S. (1991), ‘Modelling benefit expenditures using the FES’, Institute for
Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 91/13.
Keen, M. (1991), ‘Aspects of tax co-ordination in the European Community’, Institute for Fiscal
Studies, Working Paper no. 91/5.
Keen, M. and Kanbur, R. (1991), ‘Jeux sans frontières: tax competition and tax coordination when
countries differ in size’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 91/8.
Lechene, V. and Preston, I. (2005), ‘Household Nash equilibrium with voluntarily contributed public
goods’, IFS Working Paper no. W05/06, 32 pp., March
Lee, S. (2005), ‘Identification of a competing risks model with unknown transformations of latent
failure times’, cemmap Working Paper no. CWP17/05, 11 pp., November,
Low, H. (1996), ‘The dynamic effects of bank monopoly power’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working
Paper no. 96/02.
Low, H. (1999), ‘Self-insurance and unemployment benefit in a life-cycle model of labour supply and
savings,’ Institute for Fiscal Studies Working Paper 99/24
Low, H. and Maldoom, D. (2000), ‘Optimal taxation, prudence and risk sharing’, Institute for Fiscal
Studies Working Paper 00/01
Lydon, R. and Walker, I. (2004), ‘Welfare-to-work, wages and wage growth’, IZA Discussion Paper
1144, May.
Machin, S., Manning, A. and Meghir, C. (1991), ‘Dynamic models of employment using firm level
data’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 91/10.
Machin, S., Ryan, A. and Van Reenen, J. (1996), ‘Technology and changes in skill structure: evidence
from an international panel of industries’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 96/6.
Maurer, J. and Meier, A. (2005), ‘Do the “Joneses” really matter? Peer-group versus correlated effects
in intertemporal consumption choice’, IFS Working Paper no. W05/15, 35 pp., July
Meghir, C. (2004), ‘A retrospective on Friedman’s theory of permanent income’, IFS Working Paper
W04/01, January.
Meghir, C. and Palme, M. (1999), ‘Assessing the effect of schooling on earnings using a social
experiment’, IFS, Working Paper no. 99/10.
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Meghir, C. and Palme, M. (2004), ‘Educational reform, ability and family background’, IFS Working
Paper W04/10, May.
Meghir, C. and Weber, G. (1993), ‘Intertemporal non-separability or borrowing restrictions? A
disaggregated analysis using the US CEX panel’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no.
93/13.
Meghir, C. and Whitehouse, E. (1992), ‘The evolution of wages in the UK: evidence from micro data’,
Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 92/16.
Meghir, C. and Whitehouse, E. (1993), ‘Labour market transitions and retirement of men in the UK’,
Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 93/12.
Meghir, C., Ryan, A. and Van Reenen, J. (1995), ‘Job creation, technological innovation and
adjustment costs’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 95/7.
Menezes-Filho, N., Ulph, D. and Van Reenen, J. (1995), ‘R&D and union bargaining: evidence from
British companies and establishments’, University College London, Discussion Paper in
Economics no. 95/11.
Miles, D. and Cerny, A. (2001), ‘Risk, Return and Portfolio Allocation under Alternative Pension
Systems with Imperfect Financial Markets’ CEPR Discussion Paper 2779 (April).
Miles, D., ‘Funded and Unfunded Pension Systems: Risk, Return and Welfare’ CEPR Discussion
Paper, January 2000 and Centre for Economic Studies (Munich University) Discussion Paper
January 2000.
Miniaci, R. and Weber, G. (1996), ‘The Italian recession of 1993: aggregate implications of
microeconomic evidence’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 96/9.
Myck, M. and Paull, G. (2004), ‘The role of employment experience in explaining the gender wage
gap’, IFS Working Paper W04/16, July.
Newey, W. and Windmeijer, F. (2005), ‘GMM with many weak moment conditions’, cemmap
Working Paper no. CWP18/05, 50 pp., December,
Oswald, A. and Walker, I. (1993), ‘Labour supply, contract theory and unions’, Institute for Fiscal
Studies, Working Paper no. 93/21.
Pashardes, P. (1992), ‘Bias in estimating the Almost Ideal Demand System with the Stone Index
approximation’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 92/9.
Paull, G. (2002), ‘Biases in the reporting of labour market dynamics’, IFS Working Paper 02/10.
Preston, I. (1993), ‘Large and small sample distribution of relative poverty statistics’, Institute for
Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 93/22.
Preston, I. and Ridge, M. (1993), ‘Demand for local public goods’, Institute for Fiscal Studies,
Working Paper no. 93/16.
Preston, I. and Walker, I. (1992), ‘Welfare measurement in labour supply models with nonlinear budget
constraints’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 92/12.
Pudney, S. and Thomas, J. (1998), ‘On a specification test for competing risks models’, Institute for
Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 97/22.
Redoano, M., and Scharf, K. (2000), ‘The Political Economy of Policy Centralisation: Direct versus
Representative Democracy’, forthcoming as a CEPR working paper, 2000, 26 pages. Revise and
Resubmit at the Journal of Public Economics. Presented at Milan, IFS, Warwick.
Santos Silva, J. M. C. and Windmeijer, F. (1999), ‘Two-part multiple spell models for health care
demand’, IFS Working Paper no. 99/2.
Sianesi, B. (2001), ‘An Evaluation of the Swedish Active Labour Market Programmes”, IFAU
Working Paper 2001:5, May, submitted to the Review of Economics and Statistics
Sianesi, B. (2001), ‘Differential effects of Swedish active labour market programmes for unemployed
adults during the 1990s’, IFS Working Paper 01/25.
Sianesi, B. (2002), ‘An evaluation of the Swedish system of active labour market programmes in the
1990s’, IFS Working Paper 02/01.
Sianesi, B. (2002), ‘Swedish active labour market programmes in the 1990s: overall effectiveness and
differential performance’, IFS Working Paper 02/03.
Sianesi, B. and Van Reenen, J. (2000), ‘The Returns to Education: A Review of the Macro-Economic
Literature’, CEE Discussion Paper No.6, London, November, submitted to the Journal of
Economic Literature
Sianesi, B. and Van Reenen, J. (2002), ‘The returns to education: a review of the empirical
macroeconomic literature’, IFS Working Paper 02/05.
Sianesi, B. and Van Reenen, J.(1999), ‘Education and Economic Growth: A Review of the literature’,
Report for the DfEE, forthcoming Centre for Economics of Education Discussion Paper No. 3.
Smith, S. (2004), ‘Can the retirement consumption puzzle be solved?’, IFS Working Paper W04/07,
March.
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Van Reenen, J. (1993), ‘Employment, innovation and union bargaining models: evidence from UK
manufacturing firms’, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Discussion Paper.
Van Reenen, J. (1993), ‘Getting a fair share of the plunder? Technological change and the
Van Reenen, J. (1993), ‘The creation and capture of rents: wages, market structure and innovation in
UK manufacturing firms’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 93/2.
Van Reenen, J. (1994), ‘The creation and capture of economic rents: wages and innovation in a panel
of U.K. companies’, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Discussion Paper.
Vandenbussche, J., Aghion, P. and Meghir, C. (2004), ‘Growth, distance to frontier and composition of
human capital’, IFS Working Paper W04/31, August.
wage structure’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 93/3.
Walker, I. and Zhu, Y. (2004), ‘Child support liability and partnership dissolution’, IFS Working Paper
W04/18, July.
Walker, R. and Wiseman, M. (2001), ‘Britain’s New Deal and the Next Round of U.S. Welfare
Reform’, Madison: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Institute for Poverty Research,
Discussion Paper, 1223-01. 2001. 24 pp.
Windmeijer, F. (1998), ‘Efficiency comparisons for a system GMM estimator in dynamic panel data
models’, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Working Paper no. 98/1.
Windmeijer, F. (2000), ‘A finite sample correction for the variance of linear two-step GMM
estimators’, IFS Working Paper no. W00/19.
Windmeijer, F., Hugh, G. and Pierre, H. (2004), ‘Waiting lists, waiting times and admissions: an
empirical analysis at hospital and general practice level’, IFS Working Paper W04/35,
December.
5. Software and data
Software
Corporation Tax Model
Dynamic Panel Data (DPD), DPD98 for GAUSS, DPD for OX (see Arellano and Bond (1991),
http://www.nuff.ox.ac.uk/Users/Doornik/)
film, Stata module to perform ‘fully interacted linear matching’, i.e. a fully interacted linear regression
model in which the treatment dummy is interacted with each one of the other regressors, May
GAUSS routines to estimate dynamic count data models for panel data (see University College
London, Discussion Paper in Economics no. 95/3)
LFMEXP, a programme written in Gauss for the estimation of dynamic count panel data models with
multiplicative fixed effects.
MITTS: The Melbourne Institute Tax and Transfer Simulator.
NP-Reg: nonparametric regression analysis, IFS
PSMATCH2: Stata module to perform full Mahalanobis and propensity score matching, common
support graphing, and covariate imbalance testing’,
http://ideas.repec.org/c/boc/bocode/s432001.html.
Simulation Programme for Indirect Taxation (SPIT) software and dataset deposited with the ESRC
Data Archive in May 1993
SPAIN-III (Simulation Program for the Analysis of Incentives)
Tax benefit model for Northern Ireland, for Economic Research Institute of Northern Ireland.
TAXBEN2 (Tax and Benefit Model)
Data
Calculation of derived financial variables for ELSA repsondents
Calculations of pension wealth for ELSA respondents
Cleaning of NCDS (National Child Development Survey), pay and income data, various sweeps
Compilation of Family Expenditure Survey/Expenditure and Food Survey, 1968-2004/5, consumption
data
Compilation of Family Expenditure Survey/Expenditure and Food Survey, 1968-2004/5, demographic
data
Corporate tax rate data
EPO Patents-Amadeus matching
Fiscal Facts, www.ifs.org.uk/fiscalfacts.php
Households Below Average Income (HBAI) data, 30 years of data deposited with the ESRC Data
Archive in January 1995.
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Preparation of initial versions of the Annual Census of Production Respondents (ARD) database at the
ONS offices in Newport
Preparation of lifetime employment histories from the first eight waves of the British Household Panel
Survey, exploration of most appropriate method, and deposit at the Essex Data Archive.
Preparation of PRILIF Lone Parent Cohort data
USPTO Patents-Datastream matching
Media
1. Newspaper and magazine articles by Centre staff
Abramovsky, L. and Harrison, R. (2005), ‘Credit for research’, The Monitor Blue Skies, vol. 1, no. 128,
June
Adam, S. and Brewer, M. (2005), ‘It all adds up for homebuyers, parents and pensioners’, Financial
Times, 17 March
Banks, J. (2004), ‘Signs of ageing’, The Actuary, 1 October.
Bloom, N. (1998), ‘A review of the pharmaceutical price regulation scheme’, Script Magazine,
November.
Bond, S. (1997), ‘Beware of a Chancellor bearing gifts’, Financial Times, November.
Bond, S. and Davis, E. (1992), ‘Not such a capital idea’, Financial Times, November.
Bond, S. and Meghir, C. (1994), ‘High on dividends, low on investment’, Financial Times, May.
Brewer, M. and Chote, R. (2006), ‘Taxes and benefits’, Sunday Telegraph, September.
Brewer, M. and Shaw, J. (2004), ‘Moving the goal posts?’, New Start, 19 April.
Chennells, L. (1998), ‘Tax changes hit cash flow’, London Financial News, January.
Chennells, L. and Dilnot, A. (1998), ‘Everything you’ll ever need to know about the row over
taxation’, Daily Express, 3 December.
Chennells, L. and Johnson, P. (1997), ‘A mixture of radical reforms and well known policies’,
Financial Times, November.
Chote, R. (), ‘Savings promise must deliver this time’, Financial Times, 13 July 2004.
Chote, R. (2002) and Emmerson, C. “Financial sector crucial to fiscal wellbeing”, Financial Times, 28
November .
Chote, R. (2002), ‘Why the Chancellor should exercise caution’, Financial Times, 24 October 2002.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘When great minds should not think alike’, Financial Times, 29 July.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘All that effort goes to waste’, Independent on Sunday, 8 February.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Balance of power’, Financial World, 1 September.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Boffins becalmed: we’re good at inventing incentives, but not at producing
inventors’, Independent on Sunday, 28 November.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Brown treads a tax tightrope’, Independent on Sunday, 11 January.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Economic agenda: four questions Brown must answer’, Daily Telegraph, 10 August.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Economic agenda: why tax cuts are low on the Tory agenda’, Daily Telegraph, 1
August.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Fated to repeat the income of their parents? Pre-school cash could break the poverty
cycle’, Independent on Sunday, 6 June.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Gordon Brown’s challenges’, BBC News Online, 29 November.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘If Gradgrind’s figures go wrong, it could add up to hard times for pensioners and
taxpayers’, Independent on Sunday, 4 April.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Life chances and oil prices’, Independent on Sunday, 6 June.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Our deficit has got nothing on America’s’, Independent on Sunday, 7 November.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Pensions policy and pensioner poverty’, Independent on Sunday, 4 April.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Public finances in UK and US’, Independent on Sunday, 7 November.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Spending review and fiscal backdrop’, Public Finance Magazine, 30 April.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘The UK’s wage poverty paradox’, BBC News Online, 30 March.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘What does the spending review have in store?’, BBC News Online, 9 July.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘What the IMF boss needs to do’, BBC News Online, 1 October.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Why tax cuts are low on the Tory agenda’, Sunday Telegraph, 1 August.
Chote, R. (2005), ‘Brown may have to weather a storm if his forecasts fail’, Guardian, 27 September
Chote, R. (2005), ‘Is Brown dropping the ball?’, Public Finance Magazine, 11 November
Chote, R. (2005), ‘Never mind the rule, decisiveness would be golden: the Chancellor should go for tax
rises’, Independent on Sunday, 30 January
Chote, R. (2005), ‘Will the government have the means to make child poverty history in Britain?’,
Independent on Sunday, 19 June
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Chote, R. (2006), ‘Green Budget’ [exact title?], Evening Standard, 25 January.
Chote, R. (2006), ‘In search of a tax system fit for the 21st century’, Financial Times, 3 September.
Clark, T and Dilnot, A. (2001), ‘Q: Have taxes risen under Labour? A: Well, it depends who's asking’,
Independent, 10 May.
Clark, T. (2002), ‘Gordon’s little earner: The chancellor has several options for raising national
insurance in next week’s Budget – some more politically palatable than others’, The Guardian,
10 April.
Clark, T. and Emmerson, C. (2002), ‘The tax system and incentives to save in a personal pension or an
Individual Savings Account’, The Pensions Management Institute News, August.
Clark, T. and Frayne, C. (2002), ‘Change of tack in measuring agencies’ results’, Financial Times, 16
July.
Clark, T. and Frayne, C. (2002), ‘PSA targets crucial to Brown’s reform’ Public Finance, July.
Clark, T. and Giles, C. (1998), ‘It’s the poor what gets the gain’, The Guardian, March.
Clark, T. and Taylor, J. (1999), ‘Household economy’s day of reckoning’, Guardian, 11 March.
Crawford, I. and Dilnot, A. (1993), ‘Good economics buys no rice at the check-out counter’, The
Guardian, November.
Crawford, I. and Tanner, S. (1995), ‘Hangover from a sin tax’, Financial Times, November.
Dilnot, A. (1991), ‘Costing manifestos’, The Times, June.
Dilnot, A. (1991), ‘Numbers change but the debate remains the same’, The Guardian, November.
Dilnot, A. (1991), ‘The taxation of savings’, The Guardian, November.
Dilnot, A. (1992), ‘Lamont takes wrong option to help poor’, The Guardian, March.
Dilnot, A. (1992), ‘Sad lack of strategy’, Sunday Times, March.
Dilnot, A. (1992), ‘Tax reforms from the absurd to the ridiculous’, Financial Times, January.
Dilnot, A. (1993), ‘A Budget strategy?’, Sunday Times, March.
Dilnot, A. (1993), ‘New rhythm for the tax and spend rhyme’, Financial Times, July.
Dilnot, A. (1993), ‘No escape from rising taxes’, Daily Telegraph, August.
Dilnot, A. (1993), ‘Taxed! and we didn’t feel a thing’, Sunday Times, December.
Dilnot, A. (1995), ‘Brown’s 10p plan fails to aid those in poverty trap’, Daily Telegraph, November.
Dilnot, A. (1995), ‘Low dishonesty of the Budget debate’, The Independent, August.
Dilnot, A. (1996), ‘High taxes or low, bills still have to be paid’, The Guardian, May.
Dilnot, A. (1996), ‘Why its so hard to make any real cuts’, Daily Express, September.
Dilnot, A. (1997), ‘Caring is a choice, not a question of economics’, The Observer, March.
Dilnot, A. (1997), ‘Magic required’, The Guardian, January.
Dilnot, A. (1997), ‘Wholesale redistribution’, Times Higher Education Supplement, February.
Dilnot, A. and Blastland, M. (1995), ‘The moral case for cutting joblessness’, Financial Times, June.
Dilnot, A. and Disney, R. (1997), ‘Help yourself’, The Guardian, March.
Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C. (1998), ‘Some win prizes in game which still harbours risks’, Financial
Times, July.
Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C. (1998), ‘Why Labour may not be such a big spender’, Financial Times,
June.
Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C. (2000), ‘Not much to play with come the main event’, Financial Times¸ 9
November.
Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C. (2001), ‘Bold commitments offer very little for companies’, Financial
Times, 28 November.
Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C. (2001), ‘The crunch may be not be soon, but it may still be painful, Mr
Brown’, The Independent, 2 October.
Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C. (2001), ‘The crunch may not be soon, but it may still be painful’,
Independent, 1 October.
Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C. (2002), ‘Higher taxes needed to deliver on promises’, Independent, 22
February.
Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C. (2002), ‘There are losers as well as winners in these plans’, Independent,
16 July.
Dilnot, A. and Giles, C. (1997), ‘Little benefit in other countries’ policies’, The Observer, October.
Dilnot, A. and Johnson, P. (1992), ‘Abolishing reliefs will not produce a pot of gold to cut income tax’,
The Times, June.
Dilnot, A. and Johnson, P. (1992), ‘Tax reliefs: pot of gold or can of worms?’, The Guardian,
December.
Dilnot, A. and McCrae, J. (1997), ‘It’s a vote winner but the poor lose out’, The Observer, June.
Dilnot, A. and Webb, S. (1992), ‘A carefully crafted package’, The Independent, March.
Dilnot, A., ‘Undignified rush to ruin the one system that works’, The Observer, September.
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Disney, R. (1995), ‘Millions face SERPS losses’, Daily Telegraph, February.
Disney, R. and Gosling, A. (1997), ‘Money’s too tight to mention’, Times Educational Supplement, 17
November.
Disney, R. and Johnson, P. (1995), ‘Strange death of a pension scheme’, Financial Times, February.
Disney, R. and Webb, S. (1993), ‘Limited scope for cutting the invalidity benefit budget’, Daily
Telegraph, June.
Disney, R. and Whitehouse, E. (1991), ‘In search of a stable pensions regime’, Financial Times,
October.
Emmerson, C. (1998), ‘Consultation exercise is not a showstopper’, Financial Times, 4 November.
Emmerson, C. (1999), ‘Word of warning to Brown to keep the lid on his war chest’, Financial Times,
20 September.
Emmerson, C. (2002), ‘A tax that doesn’t ring true’¸ Public Finance March.
Emmerson, C. (2002), ‘Beyond the pensions crisis’, Financial Times, 12 July.
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Bending the rules?’, Public Finance Magazine, 5 August
Emmerson, C. and Frayne, C. (2002), ‘Budget parameters control Brown?’, Financial Advisor, March.
Emmerson, C. and Frayne, C. (2002), ‘Giving us a steer’, Public Finance July
Emmerson, C. and Frayne, C. (2004), ‘Are the (fiscal) rules made to be broken?’, Whitehall and
Westminster World, Issue 19, 1 November.
Emmerson, C. and Frayne, C. (2004), ‘In pocket, but out of service?’, Public Finance Magazine, 26
March.
Emmerson, C. and Frayne, C. (2004), ‘The Golden Rule’, Public Finance Magazine, 23 November.
Emmerson, C. and Frayne, C. (2004), ‘Too close to call’, Public Finance Magazine, 10 December.
Emmerson, C. and Frayne, C. (2005), ‘Analysis: cutting it fine’, Public Finance Magazine, 9
December
Emmerson, C. and Love, S. (2004), ‘No pain, no efficiency gain’, Public Finance Magazine, 23 July.
Emmerson, C. and Love, S. (2004), ‘Rolling back the state?’, Public Finance Magazine, 20 February.
Emmerson, C. and Reed, H. (1998), ‘Have you won or lost’, Daily Telegraph, March.
Emmerson, C. and Reed, H. (1998), ‘The effect of the Budget on typical families’, Daily Telegraph,
March.
Frayne, C. (2002), ‘Brown’s Budget bonanza’, Public Finance April.
Frayne, C. (2002), ‘The future of Public Services under Labour’, Stakeholder magazine, April.
Frayne, C. (2002), ‘Thinking the unthinkable’, Public Finance November.
Frayne, C. (2005), ‘Taxing times for the “golden rule”’, Public Finance Magazine, 25 March
Frayne, C. and Love, S. (2004), ‘Little to spend in the Spending Review’, Public Finance Magazine, 9
July.
Frayne, C. and Love, S. (2004), ‘Maximising efficiency’, Public Service Director, 1 May.
Frayne, C. and Love, S. (2004), ‘Waiting for Gordon’, Public Finance Magazine, 9 July.
Gammie, M. (1993), ‘Time to tax Clarke’s imagination’, The Times, November.
Giles, C. (1993), ‘Rich and poor suffer alike under Lamont’s budget plans’, Daily Telegraph, March.
Giles, C. (1996), ‘Labour and Tories play politics with numbers’, Financial Times, November.
Giles, C. (1997), ‘Devil in the detail of family tax credit changes’, The Independent, November.
Giles, C. (1997), ‘Who’s telling the truth on taxes?’, The Guardian, April.
Giles, C. and Goodman, A. (1994), ‘Families bear brunt of mounting tax changes’, Daily Telegraph,
December.
Giles, C. and Johnson, P. (1993), ‘Everyone’s a loser in the backdoor tax-hike package’, The Guardian,
March.
Giles, C. and Johnson, P. (1996), ‘Are you moral? And is there a role for Chancellor Clarke?’, Evening
Standard, October.
Giles, C. and McCrae, J. (1993), ‘Paying the price for Lamont’s tax legacy’, Daily Telegraph,
November.
Giles, C. and Webb, S. (1993), ‘Households to pay an extra £13 per week by 1996’, Daily Telegraph,
December.
Giles, C., Goodman, A. and Taylor, J. (1996), ‘How poor are the poor?’, Evening Standard, April.
Gómez-Lobo, A. (1996), ‘Market forces and the aphrodisiac rhino brew’, The Guardian, September.
Goodman, A. and Brewer, M. (), The Independent, April 2002. (check with Mike on the details of this)
Goodman, A. and Reed, H. (2001), ‘Widespread cuts in tax mean chancellor offers something for
everyone: Losers are scarce’, Financial Times, 8 March.
Goodman, A. and Reed, H. (2002), Financial Times, March
Goodman, A. and Stears, G. (1995), ‘An economic view’, Daily Telegraph, November.
Griffith, R. and Troup, E. (1998), ‘Taxes stripped and ready for action’, The Guardian, December.
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Griffith, R., Harrison, R., Haskel, J. and Mari, S. (2004), ‘Turning the tide’, People Management, 12
February.
Hall, J. (1997), ‘Can Scotland win from independence?’, Scotsman, April.
Johnson, P. (1992), ‘How much more would you have to pay under Kinnock? As usual with tax, the
question is far simpler than the answer’, Daily Telegraph, January.
Johnson, P. (1992), ‘Tory legacy of gains in disposable income’, Financial Times, March.
Johnson, P. (1994), ‘Effect on households’, Financial Times, December.
Johnson, P. (1995), ‘High earners gain most from tax cuts’, Financial Times, November.
Johnson, P. (1996), ‘High earners gain most from tax cuts’, Financial Times, November.
Johnson, P. (1996), ‘Taxing our imagination’, The Guardian, October.
Johnson, P. (1996), ‘Time to embrace the unthinkable, Harriet’, The Guardian, August.
Johnson, P. (1997), ‘Changing the tax system to promote work incentives’, The Independent, 30 June.
Johnson, P. (1997), ‘Poor lose most from the Budget’, Financial Times, July.
Johnson, P. (1997), ‘Why we’re stuck with a two tier society’, The Guardian, 28 July.
Johnson, P. and McCrae, J. (1993), ‘Everyone shares in delayed tax pain’, The Guardian, December.
Johnson, P. and McCrae, J. (1997), ‘Tory proposals to transfer allowances to non-working spouses’,
Financial Times, April.
Johnson, P. and McCrae, J. (1998), ‘Redistribution has been a long time coming’, Financial Times,
March.
Johnson, P. and Stark, G. (1991), ‘Its the rich what gets the VAT bill, and the poor what gets the same’,
The Guardian, March.
Johnson, P. and Stears, G. (1994), ‘Lamont timebomb still ticking away’, The Guardian, December.
Johnson, P. and Tanner, S. (1995), ‘How the budget gods make us behave’, The Independent,
November.
Johnson, P. and Taylor, J. (1995), ‘Five-cut trick turns out to be regressive’, The Guardian, November.
Johnson, P., Stark, G. and Webb, S. (1991), ‘A decade of taxation gains and losses’, Financial Times,
March.
Johnson, P., Stark, G. and Webb, S. (1991), ‘Progressive reforms for the 1990s’, Financial Times,
March.
Love, S. (2004), ‘Put a spring in your step’, Local Government Chronicle, 1 September.
McCrae, J. (1999), ‘Gainers at bottom of income scale’, Financial Times, 10 March.
McCrae, J. and Reed, H. (1995), ‘How the Budget affects you’, Daily Telegraph, November.
McCrae, J. and Stears, G. (1995), ‘If YOU could be Chancellor for just a day ...’, Mail on Sunday,
November.
McCrae, J. and Stears, G. (1996), ‘The tax cut that is really a rise’, The Guardian, November.
McCrae, J. and Taylor, J. (1998), ‘How Brown has taken from the rich to give to the poor’, The
Independent, March.
Reed, H. (1996), Economics piece in social science ‘Balloon Debate’, Times Higher Education
Supplement, February.
Reed, H. and Stears, G. (1997), ‘Budget types’, Daily Telegraph, July.
Ridge, M. and Smith, R. (1991), ‘Options for defence cuts in the firing line’, The Guardian, May.
Smith, S. (1993), ‘Heat and blight’, The Guardian, September.
Tetlow, G. and Oldfield, Z. (2005), ‘Wealth of options to defuse the pensions crisis’, Yorkshire Post,
17 October
Van Reenen, J. (1993), ‘Dangers of a false sense of security’, The Guardian, September.
Van Reenen, J. (1993), ‘Patently obviously going down the brain drain’, The Guardian, July.
Webb, S. (1992), ‘Middle bracket households win’, Financial Times, March.
Webb, S. (1993), ‘High earners suffer largest cash losses’, Financial Times, March.
Webb, S. (1993), ‘Impact on incomes will be felt into the next century’, Financial Times, November.
Whitehouse, E. (1993), ‘£50 billion cloud over the Budget’, Sunday Express, September.
Whitehouse, E. (1993), ‘Growing burden of backdoor taxation’, Sunday Express, December.
Whitehouse, E. (1993), ‘Women narrow the wages gap’, Sunday Express, December.
Whitehouse, E. (1994), ‘Can the Tories ever claw back low-tax cred?’, Sunday Express, January.
Whitehouse, E. (1994), ‘Hypothecation: tax buzz-word spelling illusion’, Sunday Express, March.
Whitehouse, E. (1994), ‘Now invention is the mother of necessity’, Sunday Express, January.
Whitehouse, E. (1994), ‘Why manufacturing will always matter’, Sunday Express, March.
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1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
Totals
Financial Times
Guardian
Independent
Daily Telegraph
Times
58
38
27
19
18
52
25
24
21
21
51
33
25
18
18
77
38
36
22
33
65
54
30
23
28
61
58
26
14
25
74
45
20
30
28
77
65
42
33
37
515
356
230
180
208
Daily Mail
Other Daily
7
19
7
12
14
14
26
22
23
16
18
22
27
17
45
30
167
152
Economist
New Statesman
Other Magazine
5
4
15
5
4
15
5
8
3
15
4
1
3
7
1
7
5
2
4
11
4
17
50
19
85
Evening Standard
Scotsman
Regional Daily
Regional Sunday
5
4
101
1
12
10
36
1
5
7
50
2
16
81
6
6
9
140
13
5
2
107
8
7
4
83
8
11
4
156
22
67
40
754
61
Professional Paper
121
95
52
75
99
87
84
66
679
Sunday broadsheets
Other Sunday
49
8
44
12
34
13
38
19
48
5
40
9
48
5
56
9
357
80
Totals
499
396
Note: Data are not available for 1997 or earlier.
350
515
567
497
491
685
499
9
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3. TV and radio appearances
National Television
Total:
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
Channel 4
Other1
International
Local
National Radio
Total:
Radio 4
Radio 5
BBC World Service &
Other
Local Radio
(BBC and Independent)
Total:
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
72
36
14
4
15
3
-
81
45
16
4
14
2
-
-
66
36
13
0
9
8
-
68
43
6
1
11
7
-
87
33
17
3
16
18
-
86
23
16
1
16
30
-
53
51
*
2
44
41
*
2
-
76
42
27
4
57
42
12
2
96
53
33
5
18
49
-
42
54
58
Note: Data not available for 1993 and 1998.
1
Includes Sky/BSkyB, Reuters Business TV, BBC World Service TV.
83
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
-
35
15
9
1
6
3
1
0
68
29
15
6
8
9
1
0
80
35
6
3
9
21
4
2
62
23
14
4
7
13
0
1
30
12
7
0
4
7
0
0
55
16
12
10
6
11
0
0
78
19
8
22
7
18
2
2
81
45
27
8
-
72
52
17
3
66
53
11
2
60
38
12
10
52
36
14
2
21
17
3
1
38
25
8
5
43
34
8
1
31
-
4
14
15
15
6
8
5
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1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
BBC1
One O’clock News
Six O’clock News
Nine/Ten O’clock News
Breakfast News
On the Record
4
6
13
10
2
12
7
13
10
1
-
9
6
4
11
3
7
6
7
9
4
0
11
13
3
1
5
3
6
6
1
-
3
2
3
4
2
8
4
8
8
3
7
4
8
6
2
3
6
8
5
0
2
3
3
3
0
5
5
3
2
0
8
7
1
3
0
BBC2
Newsnight
Money Programme
Around Westminster
6
4
2
8
6
1
-
6
0
2
6
0
0
11
0
2
7
0
1
-
4
9
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
7
0
0
8
0
0
7
0
0
ITV and Channel 4
News at Ten
A Week in Politics
Channel 4 News
1
2
8
2
1
12
-
0
0
12
0
1
8
1
2
14
1
0
14
-
0
0
6
0
0
8
1
0
7
2
0
6
0
0
4
2
0
6
5
0
7
Radio 4
Today
The World Tonight
Analysis
PM
The World at One/This Weekend
12
4
1
10
7
9
7
2
7
9
-
14
8
3
2
4
13
6
4
5
7
16
10
6
1
8
17
6
5
0
7
-
20
4
6
5
7
16
5
6
3
7
6
7
4
6
11
5
3
0
6
7
3
3
1
0
3
8
5
1
0
7
7
8
0
3
6
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Engagement
1. Editorships: 1991 - 2005
Adda, J.
Editor, Fiscal Studies
Armstrong, M.
Chairman, Editorial Board, Review of Economic Studies
Attanasio, O.
Associate Editor, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking; Associate Editor,
Journal of the European Economic Association; Associate Editor, Research
in Economics. Associate Editor, Ricerche Economiche: An International
Journal; Editor, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Special Issue on
household saving; Editorial Board Member, European Economic Review.
Managing Editor; Co-Editor, Review of Economic Studies.
Banks, J.
Associate Editor; Co-Editor, Research in Economics; Associate Editor,
Ricerche Economiche: An International Journal; Editor; Guest Editor,
Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Special Issue on household saving.
Berlinski, S.
Editor, Fiscal Studies
Besley, T.
Associate Editor, Economics and Politics; Associate Editor, International
Tax and Public Finance; Associate Editor, Journal of Development
Economics. Co-Editor, American Economic Review; Editorial Board,
Review of Economic Studies; Joint Managing Editor, Economic Journal.
Blundell, R
Editorial Board, Fiscal Studies; Co-Editor, Econometrica; Guest Editor,
International Tax and Public Finance, special issue on Public Finance,
Employment and Labor Markets, August 1999; Co-Editor, Journal of
European Economics Association, Inaugural Volume; Co-Editor, Journal of
Public Economics, TAPES Issue; Editorial Board, Journal of Economic
Literature; Member, Executive Council, Journal of Econometrics.
Bond, S. R.
Associate Editor; Editorial Board, Economica; Editorial Board, Fiscal
Studies.
Browning, M.
Associate Editor, Econometrica; Board of Editors, Journal of Economic
Literature.
Brugiavini, A.
Editorial Board, Fiscal Studies
Chote, R.
Editorial Board, Public Finance
Crawford, I.
Managing Editor, Fiscal Studies
Dearden, L.
Guest Editor, International Tax and Public Finance.
Devereux, M. P.
Associate Editor; Policy Watch Editor, International Tax and Public
Finance.
Disney, R.
Editorial Board, Australian Economic Review; Editorial Board, Fiscal
Studies
Freedman, J.
Editorial Board, Fiscal Studies
Goodman, A.
Managing Editor, Fiscal Studies
Griffith, R.
Director; Board Member, Review of Economic Studies; Editor, Economic
Journal Conference Volume; Guest Editor, International Tax and Public
Finance; Managing Editor Fiscal Studies.
Haskel, J.
Associate Editor, Economica; Editorial Panel, Economic Policy.
Meghir, C.
Editor; Associate Editor; Co-Editor, Econometrica; Editor; Joint Managing
Editor, Economic Journal.
Miles, D.
Managing Editor; Editor, Fiscal Studies; Editor, World Economics.
Associate Editor; Editorial Board, Journal of Public Economic Theory;
Editorial Board, European Journal of Political Economy; Production Editor;
Editorial Board, Review of Economic Studies.
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Paull, G.
Editorial Consultant, Nursery and Childcare Market News
Preston, I.
Associate Editor, Economic Journal; Editor, Economic Journal Conference
Volume; Managing Editor, Fiscal Studies.
Scharf, K.
Associate Editor, 2000 RES issue of the Economic Journal; Associate
Editor, 2001 RES Conference Issue, Economic Journal; Editorial Board,
Fiscal Studies.
Simpson, H.
Managing Editor; Editor, Fiscal Studies.
Slade, M.
Associate Editor, International Journal of Industrial Organization; Editorial
Board, Managerial and Decision Economics; Editorial Board, Resources
Policy; International Board of Editors, The Energy Journal.
Van Reenen, J.
Associate Editor; Editorial Board, European Economic Review; Associate
Editor; Editorial Board, Journal of Industrial Economics; Associate Editor;
Editorial Board, Review of Economic Studies; Editorial Board, Economic
Policy.
Violante, G.
Editorial Board Member, Review of Economic Studies
Walker, I.
Associate Editor, Economics Bulletin; Editorial Board, Fiscal Studies.
Weber, G.
Editorial Board, Fiscal Studies.
Windmeijer, F.
Associate Editor, Journal of Productivity Analysis; Co-Editor, The
Econometrics Journal.
2. Membership of committees: 1991 - 2005
Adam, S.
Member, BCC Tax Simplification Working Group, British Chambers of
Commerce
Attanasio, O.
Advisory Board Member, MECOVI (a World Bank and IADB initiative to
promote new household surveys in Latin America); Elected Member,
Council of the European Economic Associations; Member, Programme
Committee, European Economic Association meeting, Madrid, August
2004; Organiser, NBER Summer Institute; World Bank and InterAmerican Development Bank initiative for the development of household
datasets in Latin America.
Banks, J.
Advisor, Health, Alcohol and Psychosocial Factors in Eastern Europe;
Chair, Working Group on ‘Economic and Socio-Economic Issues in
Ageing’; UNECE International Expert Conference on Ageing, Burgos,
September 2001 in preparation for 2002 Ministerial Conference on Ageing;
Member, Advisory Group, ESRC UK Longitudinal Studies Centre,
University of Essex; Member, Advisory Group, Office for National
Statistics Wealth and Assets Survey; Member, Advisory Group, UK
government Pension Statistics Task Force; Member, British Household
Panel Survey Advisory Group; Member, Econometric Society World
Congress, Local Organising Committee, London 2005; Member,
International Institute for Society and Health, UCL, London; Member,
Korean Longitudinal Study of Ageing Advisory Group; Member,
Programme Committee, EEA Annual Conference; Member, Programme
Committee, RES Annual Conference; Member, Research Committee of
International Network of Pension Supervisors and Regulators; Member, UK
National Strategy Committee for Longitudinal Data; Programme
Committee, Royal Economic Society Annual Conference.
Besley, T.
Chair, Task Force on Decentralisation organised by Initiative for Policy
Dialogue; Co-Director, STICERD Economic Organization and Public
Policy Program, LSE; Co-organiser, UK Public Economics Working Group.
Council Member, European Economics Association; Council Member,
Royal Economic Society. Deputy Chairman, STICERD; Member, Clare
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Group of Economists; Programme Committee, World Congress of
Econometric Society; Programme Director, CEPR.
Blundell, R.
Executive Committee and Council Member, Econometric Society; Council
Member and Executive Committee, European Economics Association;
Frisch Prize Committee, Econometric Society; Member: British Academy,
Research Committee; Member: ESRC National Longitudinal Strategy
Committee; Member: National Academy of Science Panel, Research
Agenda for an Aging World; Member: Research Committee, European
University Institute, Florence; National Academy of Science, Panel
Member; National Strategy Committee for Longitudinal Data; NIESR,
Governing Board; Advisory Committee, Department of Applied Economics,
Cambridge; Governing Board, National Institute of Economic and Social
Research; Panel Member, National Academy of Science, Washington; The
Research Committee, British Academy; Chair, COST A23, EU Research
Network in Labour Market Analysis; Chair, Econometric Society European
Standing Committee; Chair, Yrjö Jahnsson Prize Committee; ESRC
National Longitudinal Strategy Committee; Executive Council, Journal of
Econometrics; Member, Academic Advisory Group, IMF, Washington;
Member, Advisory Committee, Economic and Social Data Service;
Member, Econometric Society Nominating Committee; Member, Review
Committee for Tilburg University, Graduate School; Member, Review
Committee for Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Graduate School; Member,
Scientific Advisory Group, NETSPAR, Tilburg, Netherlands; Member, UK
National Strategy Committee for Longitudinal Data, London; National
Strategy Committee for Longitudinal Data. Organising Committee,
Econometric Society Winter Meetings; President, Econometric Society;
Programme Chair, Econometric Society World Congress, London 2005;
Programme Committee, ESEM, 2002; Scientific Advisory Committee,
Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education (CERGE), Charles
University, Prague; Scientific Advisory Committee, Centre for Economic
Policy Research (CEPR); Scientific Advisory Committee, Centre for
Economic Research (CentER), Tilburg University; Scientific Advisory
Committee, Economic and Social Data Service (Essex); Scientific Advisory
Council, Centre for Applied Microeconometrics, University of Copenhagen.
Bond, S. R.
Member, ESRC Politics, Economics and Geography (PEG) College;
Member, Corporate Tax Sub-Committee, Chartered Institute of Taxation;
Member, Steering Committee, Centre for Business Taxation, Saïd Business
School, University of Oxford; Programme Committee, Econometric Society
European Meeting (ESEM), 2003; Programme Committee, Econometric
Society European Meeting (ESEM), 2004; Programme Committee, ESEM,
2002
Brewer, M.
Member, Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s Housing Benefit Reform group
Browning, M.
Director, Centre for Applied Microeconometrics, University of Copenhagen;
Programme Chair, Econometrics, ESEM, 2002
Chote, R.
Advisory Board, UK Centre for the Measurement of Government Activity,
Office for National Statistics; Tax Policy Committee, Chartered Institute of
Taxation; Academic and Policy Board, Oxford Institute for Economic
Policy (Oxonia)
Crawford, I.
Co-organiser, UK Public Economics Working Group
Dearden, L.
Elected Member, Royal Economic Society Committee on Women; Member,
DfEE Skills Research Group; Member, DfEE Working Group on the
Returns to Education and Training; Member, ESRC Teaching and Learning
Research Programme Steering Committee; Member, Sector Skills
Development Agency (SSDA) Expert Advisory Panel on Skills for
Business; Reality Group on Workforce Development, Policy and Innovation
Unit, Cabinet Office; Skills and Training Assessment Review Group,
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Department for Education and Skills; Steering Group on Neighbourhood
Disadvantage and Childcare, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Devereux, M. P.
Member, Expert Panel of the European Commission on Measurement of
Taxation in the EU; Member, Expert Panel of the European Commission, set
up to investigate Effective Levels of Corporate Taxation in the EU.
Dilnot, A.
Advisory Committee, Centre for Research in Social Policy, University of
Loughborough; Advisory Committee, Social Studies Faculty, University of
Oxford; Member, Foresight Aging Panel; Member, Advisory Board for
Centre for Research in Social Policy, Loughborough University; Member,
Advisory Board for Social Sciences Division, University of Oxford;
Member, Decennial Review of Social Studies, University of Oxford;
Member, External Relations Group, Economic and Social Research Council;
Member, HM Treasury Evidence-Based Policy Fund Panel; Member, Inland
Revenue Peer Review Panel; Member, Social Security Advisory Committee;
Member, Steering Committee, ‘Adding It Up’ initiative, HM Treasury.
Member; Steering Group, Performance and Innovation Unit study on
modelling and analysis in government, 1999–2000, and subsequent
implementation group; Member, Social Security Advisory Committee.
Disney, R.
Governor, Pensions Policy Institute; Member, Council, Royal Economic
Society; Member, Council, Royal Economic Society; Member, Editorial
Board, Fiscal Studies; Member, RES Council 2001–06; Member, Review
Board for Nursing Staff, Health Visitors and Professions Allied to Medicine
(NAPRB), 2003–06; Member, Royal Economic Society Council, 2003–06;
Member, Scientific Committee, Centre for Research on Welfare and
Pensions Policy, University of Turin; Member, Scientific Committee, CeRP,
Turin, Italy; Member, Steering Committee, ‘Adding It Up’ initiative, HM
Treasury; Programme Chair, Royal Economic Society Annual Conference,
University of Nottingham; Scientific Adviser, RTN programme on
Economics of Ageing.
Emmerson, C.
Member, Later Life Advisory Group, Joseph Rowntree Foundation;
Specialist Advisor, House of Commons Work and Pensions Select
Committee (2002 to date).
Griffith, R.
Committee Member, Barker Review of Land Use Planning; Academic
Panellist, Competition Commission; Academic Panellist, HM Treasury
Productivity Team; Appointed Member, Royal Economic Society
Conference Programme Committee, 2001–04; Elected Council Member,
European Economic Association; Elected Member, Royal Economic Society
Committee on Women in Economics, 2000–03; Local Organising
Committee, World Econometric Society Congress 2005; Member, EEA
Programme Committee; Research Affiliate, Centre for Economic Policy
Research (CEPR); Committe to Evaluate Norwegian Professors, 2004.
Haskel, J.
Member, Competition Commission. Secretary, Conference Committee,
Royal Economic Society
Hyman, E.
Member, Econometric Society World Congress, Local Organising
Committee, London 2005
Klemm, A.
Member, CEPS Task Force on Tax Harmonization, Centre for European
Policy Studies, Brussels; Member, CIOT Corporate Tax Sub-Committee,
Chartered Institute of Taxation.
Leicester, A.
Member, Steering Group for
Understanding Pensioner Poverty.
Low, H.
Co-Organiser, Public Economics Working Group; Programme Committee,
European Economic Association Annual Congress 2004; Programme
Committee, European Economic Association meeting, Stockholm (2003)
and Madrid (2004).
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Meghir, C.
Fellow, Econometric Society; Member, Econometric Society World
Congress, Local Organising Committee, London 2005; Prize Committee,
Bodosaki Foundation
Myles, G.
Member, Programme Committee, Royal Economics Society Conference,
2003
Paull, G.
Member, Steering Group, Survey of Parental Demand for Childcare and
Early Year Services
Preston, I.
Conference Programme Committee, Royal Economic Society; Member,
Econometric Society World Congress, Local Organising Committee,
London 2005; Organiser of conference on Explanations for Rising
Economic Inequality, Royal Statistical Society, 13 November 2001;
Programme Committee, European Economic Association; questionnaire
design team, module on attitudes to immigration, European Social Survey
2002
Redding, S.
Group Leader, Globalisation Programme, Centre for Economic
Performance, LSE;
Programme Committee, European Economic
Association; Research Affiliate, International Trade Programme, Centre for
Economic Policy Research (CEPR)
Reed, H.
Member, Steering Group for Joseph Rowntree Foundation project on
housing benefit reform, November 2001 – June 2002
Scharf, K.
Appointed Member, RES Annual Conference Committee; Conference
Committee, Royal Economics Society (2000–03); Co-organiser, UK Public
Economics Working Group; Member, Programme Committee for ADRES
conference on Econometric Evaluation of Public Policies: Methods and
Applications, Paris, 14–16 December 2005.
Simpson, H.
Member, DTI Steering Group on Gender and Productivity; Academic
advisor, HM Treasury productivity team; ESRC First Grants Scheme,
Commissioning Panel member
Smith, S.
Co-organiser, UK Public Economics Working Group
Walker, I.
Council Member, Royal Economic Society; Member, Conference
Committee, Econometric Society European Meeting (ESEM); Member, HM
Treasury’s selection panel for applications to the Evidence Based Policy
fund; Research Fellow, Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA); Secretary,
European Economic Association.
Walker, R.
Chair, Scientific Steering Committee, ESRC British Household Panel
Survey; Member, Advisory Committee, Research Centre on Micro-Social
Change, Institute for Social and Economic Research, 2000; Member,
Advisory Committee, Research Centre on Micro-Social Change, Institute
for Social and Economic Research, Essex University; Member, Informal
Group on Welfare to Work, Prime Minister’s Policy Unit; Member, Joseph
Rowntree Foundation, Poverty and Disadvantage Programme Committee;
Member, Low Income Group, States of Jersey; Member, Policy Council, US
Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management; President’s Special
Conference Committee, US Association of Public Policy Analysis and
Management; Member, Research Recommending Group, Department for
Education and Employment; Member, UK Statutory Social Security
Advisory Committee.
Windmeijer, F.
Member, Technological Change in Health Care (TECH) Research Network;
Programme Committee, Econometric Society European Meeting (ESEM);
Research Fellow, IZA, Bonn.
3. Membership of networks: 1991 - 2005
Abramovsky, A
Innovation and Employment in European Firms (IEEF)
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Attanasio, O.
Coordinator, RTN New Approaches to the Study of Economic Fluctuations,
University College London; Member, EU RTN Ageing Network, Brussels;
Member, LACEA Network on Poverty in Latin America; Member, TMR on
Pensions and Saving; TMR on New Approaches to the Study of Economic
Fluctuations; UCL Co-ordinator, TMR Network on New Analysis of
Economic Fluctuations.
Banks, J.
‘Scientist in charge’ (UK), EU RTN Economics of Ageing in Europe (AGE)
Network; Member, EU Fifth Framework Network to Design the Survey of
Health and Retirement in Europe; coordinated by Axel Boersch-Supan
(Mannheim); Member, EU TMR Network in Savings, Pensions and
Retirement, coordinated by Arie Kapteyn (Tilburg, RAND); Member,
NBER Network on International Social Security; Member, Scientific
Committee, Research Training Network, ‘Economics of Ageing in Europe’.
Besley, T.
Co-organiser, Public Economics Working Group; Fellow, European
Development Network; Programme Director, Centre for Economic Policy
Research, Programme in Public Policy.
Blundell, R.
Member, NBER Network on International Social Security. Member,
National Academy of Science, Panel on Ageing Research. Member, NBER
Network on Pensions and Retirement; Advisory Panel, ESRC Econometric
Study Group; Chair, European Network of Excellence in
Microeconometrics. Chairman, EU COST Network Action 23, Labour
Market Programme Evaluation; EU RTN Economics of Ageing in Europe
(AGE) Network. EU RTN Network on Product Market Structures and
Innovation; International Social Security Project, NBER; Member, EU Fifth
Framework Network to Design the Survey of Health and Retirement in
Europe; coordinated by Axel Boersch-Supan (Mannheim); Member, EU
RTN Ageing Network, Brussels; Member, EU TMR Network in Savings,
Pensions and Retirement, coordinated by Arie Kapteyn (Tilburg, RAND);
Member, NBER Network on International Social Security; Member, RTN
New Approaches to the Study of Economic Fluctuations; Member, RTN
Productivity and Innovation Network, University College; Member, TMR
on Pensions and Saving; National Academy of Science Panel, Preparing for
an Ageing World; TMR on New Approaches to the Study of Economic
Fluctuations.
Bond, S. R.
Co-ordinator, ESRC Econometric Study Group; Advisory Panel, ESRC
Econometric Study Group.
Bottazzi, R.
Member, EU RTN Ageing Network, Brussels; Research Training Network:
Economics of Ageing in Europe (AGE), RTN European Program HPRNCT-2002-00235; RTN Economics of Ageing in Europe (AGE) Network,
node: University of Salerno
Brewer, M.
Research Affiliate, National Poverty Center, Gerald R. Ford School of
Public Policy, University of Michigan
Browning, M.
Member, Canadian International Labour Network; Member, Scientific
Committee, Research Training Network, ‘Economics of Ageing in Europe’
Crawford, I.
Co-organiser, Public Economics Working Group
Dearden, L.
Member, DfEE Skills Research Group, July 1999–February 2000; Member,
DfEE Working Group on the Returns to Education and Training, June
1999–date; Strand Leader (Returns to Education), DfEE Centre for the
Economics of Education.
Disney, R.
Member, Cabinet Office Co-ordinating Committee: Active Ageing project;
Member, ESP Scientific Network, co-ordination committee: demographic
and labour force participation trends and their implications for social
protection; Member, EU RTN Ageing Network, Brussels; Member,
Scientific Committee, Research Training Network, ‘Economics of Ageing in
Europe’; Member, TMR Savings & Pensions group.
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Emmerson, C.
Member, EU RTN Ageing Network, Brussels; Member, NBER Network on
International Social Security expenditure.
Griffith, R.
Member Science, Innovation and Growth (SING) network; Member, RTN
Productivity and Innovation Network, University College London; EU RTN
Network on Product Market Structures and Innovation; Research Affiliate,
Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)
Low, H.
Co-organiser, Public Economics Working Group; Joint Organiser, Public
Economics Working Group (bi-annual two-day meetings); Measurement,
Testing and Policy Simulations.
Miles, D.
Member, Centre for Economic Policy Research; Member, Clare Group.
Oldfield, Z.
Member, NBER Network on International Social Security
Rasul, I.
Research Affiliate, Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of
Development; Research Affiliate, Centre for Economic Policy Research;
Research Fellow, Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration; Research
Fellow, ESRC Centre for Economic Learning and Social Evolution.
Redding, S.
EU RTN Economic Geography of Europe Network: Measurement, Testing
and Policy Simulations; EU TMR Network on Economic Geography,
CEPR. Research Affiliate, Centre for Economic Policy Research. Research
Affiliate, CEPR International Trade Programme; Research Associate, Centre
for Economic Performance, LSE. Research Training Network: The
Economic Geography of Europe; Research Training Network: Trade,
Industry and Development
Scharf, K.
Co-organiser, Public Economics Working Group; Research Affiliate, CEPR;
Research Affiliate, International Center for Tax Studies (ITCS), Toronto;
Research Fellow, CESifo, Munich; Warwick/IFS/ESRC Public Economics
Working Group.
Sianesi, B.
Member, Intervention Study Team, European Social Fund (ESF)
programme in Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences (QMSS); Member,
NBER Network on Pensions and Retirement.
Simpson, H.
Member, EU network on Innovation and Employment in European Firms
(IEEF); Member, ESF network on Science and Technology Research in a
Knowledge-based Economy.
Tanner, S.
Member, TMR Savings & Pensions group
Tetlow, G.
Member, NBER Network on International Social Security
Van Reenen, J.
Co-ordinator, TSER Innovation, R&D and Productivity Network. Member,
TSER Growth, Inequality and Training Network.
Violante, G. L.
Research Affiliate, Centre for Economic Policy Research
Walker, I.
Member, ESRC Evidence Based Policy Network; Member, EU TSER
‘PURE’ network on economics of education; Member, PURE network on
private returns to education, RTD project under FP5; Principal Investigator
on ESRC’s Evidence-Based Policy Network ‘node’ at IFS. Research Fellow,
Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit (IZA); Research Fellow, Geary
Institute
Windmeijer, F.
Co-organiser, ESRC Econometric Study Group; Member, Technological
Change in Health Care (TECH) Research Network; Research Fellow, IZA,
Bonn.
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4. Overseas visitors and fellows
Name
Institution
Daron
Philippe
Joe
Gordon
Manuela
Joshua
Susan
Alan
Jere
Andrew
David
Francesco
Martin
Maurice
David
Xiaohong
Tom
Jason G.
Robert
Martin
David
Bernd
Jean-Pierre
Eric
William
Austan
Roger
Peter
David
William
Emmanuel
Peter
Bronwyn
Acemoglu
Aghion
Altonji
Anderson
Angelucci
Angrist
Athey
Auerbach
Behrman
Bernard
Blau
Bravo
Browning
Bun
Card
Chen
Crossley
Cummins
de Jong
Feldstein
Figlio
Fitzenberger
Florens
French
Gentry
Goolsbee
Gordon
Gottschalk
Green
Greene
Guerre
Haan
Hall
MIT
Harvard
Yale
Toronto
Arizona
MIT
Stanford
Berkeley
Pennsylvania
Tuck School of Business
North Carolina
York
Copenhagen
Amsterdam
Berkeley
NYU
McMaster University
Federal Reserve Board, USA
Ohio State
Harvard
Florida
Frankfurt University
Toulouse
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Columbia
Chicago, USA
San Diego
Boston
British Colombia
NYU
Universite Pierre et Marie Curie
Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung
Berkeley
Dietmar
James
Bertil
Bo
Joel
Peter
Mike
Guido
Guyonne
Michael
Harhoff
Heckman
Holmlund
Honore
Horowitz
Howitt
Hurd
Imbens
Kalb
Keen
ZEW, Mannheim
Chicago
Uppsala, Sweden
Princeton University, USA
Northwestern
Brown
RAND
Berkeley
Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research
IMF
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Yuichi
Yukinobu
Tor Jakob
Roger
Francis
François
Haim
Arthur
Thomas
Thierry
Jacques
Charles
Harry
Rosa
Daniel
Paul
Bruce
Jack
Robert
Pierre
Aviv
Whitney
Marten
Krishna
Isabelle
Torsten
Waltraut
Rémi
James
James
Susanne
Geert
Jean-Marc
Yvon
John
Virginia
Peter K.
Hans-Werner
James
Jeffrey
Richard J.
Thomas
Adam
Coen
Frank
Quang
Edward
Kitamura
Kitamura
Klette
Koenker
Kramarz
Laisney
Levy
Lewbel
MaCurdy
Magnac
Mairesse
Manski
Markowitz
Matzkin
McFadden
Menchik
Meyer
Mintz
Moffitt
Mohnen
Nevo
Newey
Palme
Pendakur
Perrigne
Persson
Peter
Piatek
Poterba
Powell
Prantl
Ridder
Robin
Rocaboy
Rust
Sanchez-Marcos
Schott
Sinn
Smith
Smith
Smith
Stoker
Szeidl
Tuelins
Vella
Vuong
Vytlacil
Yale
Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Oslo
Illinois
INSEE, Paris
Strasbourg
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Boston College
Stanford
CREST, INRA, Paris
CREST, INRA, Paris
Northwestern
Northwestern
Berkeley
Michigan
Northwestern
Toronto
John Hopkins
MERIT University Maastricht
Northwestern
MIT
Stockholm
Simon Fraser University
Southern California
Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm
Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft, Köln
Strasbourg
MIT
Berkeley
WZ Berlin
Southern California
CREST, INRA, Paris
Rennes
Yale
University of Cantabria
Yale
Munich
RAND
Michigan
Cambridge
MIT
University of California, Berkeley
Tinbergen Institute
RICE
Southern California
Stanford
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Guglielmo
Robert
Michael
Frank
James
Weber
Willis
Wiseman
Wollak
Ziliak
Padua
Michigan
Urban Institute
Stanford
Oregon
5. Substantive advice and consultancy
Australian Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources, R. Harrison and H. Simpson, advice on
R&D tax credits, June 2005
Australian Treasury, Emmerson, C., advice given to Treasury officials on the UK pension system
(February 2003)
BBC, Chote, R., presentation to BBC journalists before the November 2002 Pre-Budget Report
(November 2002); Emmerson, C., ‘Do taxes need to rise?’, presentation on issues for Budget
2002 to BBC journalists (April 2002)
Brick Lane Grid, Griffith, R.,
Cabinet Office, Blundell, R., Advisory Committee, Employment Retention and Advancement (2002);
Brewer, M., Clark, T. and Reed, H., options for the Employment Retention and Advancement
Demonstration project (March–June 2002)
Chinese officials, Adam, S., tax credits (February 2006)
Competition Commission, Haskel, J., member (2003)
Conservative Party, Adam, S., Chote, R., Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C., advice given (various years)
Department for Education and Skills Select Committee, Dearden, L., Goodman, A. and Fitzsimons, E.
(2005), oral evidence on tuition fees (April 2005); Dearden, L., Goodman, A. and Sibieta, L.
(2005), written evidence on education spending (September 2005); Abramovsky, L., Battistin,
E., Fitzsimons, E., Goodman, A. and Simpson, H. and The Institute for Employment Studies,
evaluation of the Employer Training Pilots (2004)
Department for Work and Pensions, Walker, I., HMT Evidence-Based Policy Fund funded ‘Whitehall
Summer Placement’ (2001); Goodman, A., member, technical experts group providing advice
on its Child Poverty Measurement Consultation (2003)
DG EcFin, Griffith, R., ‘The link between product market reform and innovation’ (September 2005)
East Anglian Water, Meghir C., Consultant on the impact of water metering on demand (1999)
EC Social Protection Committee, Disney, R., Expert Witness to the Brussels Working Group on
Economic Indicators (March 2002)
ESRC National Longitudinal Strategy, Blundell, R. Member (2001)
EU DG EcFin ECFIN-E/2002/002, Griffith, R., ‘The link between product market reforms and macroeconomic performance’ with Centre for Economic Policy Research (2003)
European Union Commission on Corporate Taxation and Innovation, Griffith, R., Expert Advisor
(2000)
European Union, Besley, T., Consultant (1999); Griffith, R. and Harrison, R., working with and
advising policy-makers at DG Economic and Financial Affairs at the European Union on issues
to do with product market reforms and innovation performance across European countries
(2004)
Foreign Press Association, Emmerson, C., presentation after Budgets, various years
Government of Mauritius (Central Statistics Office), Duncan, A., Academic Consultant.
Government Valuation Office, Miles, D., Adviser on property values (1999)
HM Treasury, Department of Trade & Industry and Inland Revenue, Griffith, R., Harrison, R. and
Simpson, H. and, ESRC project on the contribution of Research and Technology Organisations
to innovation and knowledge transfer, and the influence of fiscal policy (2004)
HM Treasury, DTI and Inland Revenue, Griffith, R., advice on taxation of research and technology
organizations (2003); Haskel, J., Academic Consultant (2000); Redding, S., Productivity and
Innovation Training (2004)
Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, Walker, I. written and oral evidence on lottery design
(2002); Walker, I., Special Adviser (2003)
Scottish Affairs Select Committee, Crawford, I., Witness.
Work and Pensions Select Committee, submission on the future of the contributory principle in social
security. McCrae, J. and Taylor, J. (1999); Paull, G., presentation on ‘How can suitable,
affordable childcare be provided for all parents who need it to enable them to work?’ (initial
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submission and two follow-up pieces) (March 2003); Emmerson, C., Specialist Adviser (July
2002 onwards)
Inter-American Development Bank, project on household dynamic decisions. Attanasio, O., Consultant
(1999, 2000); Violante, G., Consultant, project on global demographics trends and international
capital flows (1999)
International Monetary Fund, Attanasio, O., Consultant; Chote, R. and Emmerson, C., meeting with
the IMF Article IV team after the November 2002 Pre-Budget Report (2002); Emmerson, C.,
advice given (2004, 2005); Emmerson, C., advice on UK public finances (December 2003)
Japanese Ministry of Finance, Emmerson, C., advice given (2004, 2005).
Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Emmerson, C., advice given (2004, 2005); Adam, S.
and Crawford, C., advice on support for children and childcare (March 2005)
Korean Institute of Finance, Emmerson, C., advice given on UK public finances (May 2003)
Labour Party, Adam, S., Chote, R., Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C., advice given (various years).
Liberal Democrats, Adam, S., Chote, R., Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C., advice given (various years).
Lottery Commissioners, Walker, I., advice on evaluating competing game designs (2002)
Low Pay Commission, Reed, H., advice on the distributional impact of the minimum wage (January–
February 2003); Reed, H., effects of reforms to the national minimum wage (November–
December 2001)
McKinsey, Attanasio, O. and Battistin, E., project on ageing and capital supply from households
Merrill Lynch, Miles, D., Economic Adviser (1999)
National Academy of Science, Blundell, R. Panel, Research Agenda for an Aging World (2001)
NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Walker, I., advice on implementing methods to evaluate
location of water supplies in the Third World (2002)
New Zealand Ministry of Economic Development, Simpson, H., advice on projects examining the
location of economic activity in New Zealand, Dec 2004 and Dec 2005
Northern Ireland Economic Council, Reed, H., consultation on and implementation of a tax–benefit
model for Northern Ireland (January–June 2003)
Number 10 Policy Unit, Clark, T., Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C., presentation on issues in public
spending arising from 2002 Spending Review (July 2002)
OECD, R. Harrison and H. Simpson, advice to OECD structural mission on innovation and skills,
February 2005; Besley, T., Consultant (1999); Emmerson, C., OECD Structural Mission, on UK
NHS, education and pensions policy (June 2003); Adam, S., Emmerson, C., Frayne, C. and
Goodman, G., advice on incapacity benefit (April 2005)
Office for National Statistics, Emmerson, C., Member, Project Board, National Statistics Quality
Review of Government Accounts and Indicators (Autumn 2001 – Summer 2002)
Pensions Commission, Banks, J., Emmerson, C. and Oldfield, Z., advice given (2004, 2005).
Performance and Innovation Unit, Duncan, A. and Reed, H., options for childcare reform (November–
December 2001)
Policy Innovation Unit at the Cabinet Office, Reed, H., Consultant, Active Ageing project.
Russian MPs and officials, Adam, S. and Frayne, C., advice on Taxben, public finances and IFS’s role
(2005)
Serbian Ministry of Finance, Emmerson, C., advice given (2004, 2005).
Social Security Select Committee Report, Dilnot, A. and Emmerson, C., evidence given on pensioner
poverty (June 2000)
States of Jersey, Walker, R., Adviser, comprehensive social policy strategy (2001)
Sure Start Evaluation Development Project, Dearden, L. and Van Reenen, J., Consultants (June–
November 1999)
Trade and Industry Select Committee, Bond, S. and Van Reenen, J., evidence given (January 2000)
Treasury Select Committee. Chote, R., oral evidence on the Budget (March 2005); Chote, R., oral
evidence on the Pre-Budget Report, (November 2005); Miles, D., Expert Witness (2000); Chote,
R., evidence about the Budget (March 2004); Chote, R., oral evidence on the Pre-Budget
Report, (November 2004); Chote, R., evidence about the Budget (March 2003); Chote, R., oral
evidence on the Pre-Budget Report, (November 2003); Miles, D., Special Adviser on monetary
policy (1999); Chote, R., evidence given on the November 2002 Pre-Budget Report (November
2002); Dilnot, A., evidence on microeconomic measures in Budget 2002 (April 2002);
Emmerson, C., evidence on public finances forecasts from Budget 2002, 22 April 2002 (2002);
Emmerson, C., evidence given (July 2000)
Department of Transport, Local Government and the Regions, Walker, R., Adviser, evaluation strategy
(2001).
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United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Human Development Report (HDR), Goodman, A.
and Shephard, A. (2005), report on inequality and poverty in Britain (September 2005)
University of York, Reed, H., member, Advisory Group for Joseph Rowntree Foundation – funded
project on ‘Sim Britain’ (2003)
World Bank, Besley, T., Consultant (1999); Duncan, A., Academic Consultant (June 2000–)
6. Conferences organised by IFS
Title
Date
IFS Green Budget
International Pension Comparisons
Does Entering Work Pay?
Pension Reform
Post-Budget Briefing
Simplifying Tax — Ninth Residential Conference
MacArthur Foundation Conference on Inequality
IFS 30th Anniversary Annual Lecture by Gordon Brown
Council Tax Benefit
R&D and Public Spending
Alcohol Taxes, Tax Revenues and the Single European Market
Public Spending on Education
Household Saving: Issues and Evidence
Income Dynamics and Health Inequalities
Public Spending on Pensions
Financial Planning: The Role of Information in Saving Decisions
Green Budget 2000
Public Spending on Broadcasting, Media and the Arts
Public Economics Working Group Conference, Warwick (Besley, T., Crawford,
I., Low, H. and Scharf, K., Co-organisers)
Post-Budget Briefing
Pressures in UK Healthcare
Tax Harmonisation in Europe
The Effectiveness of Welfare-to-Work Programmes
Public Spending on Defence
IFS Annual Lecture: Annuity Markets and Retirement Security
Spending Review Briefing
Blundell, R. Far East Meetings of the Econometric Society
ESRC Econometric Study Group Conference, Bristol (Windmeijer, F., Coorganiser)
Public Spending on Transport and Infrastructure
NBER Summer Institute Workshop, ‘Aggregate Implication of Microeconomic
Consumption Behaviour’? (Attanasio, O., Organiser)
Aligning Tax and Accounts (with CIOT)
Walker, R., Session Organiser and Chair, Annual Conference of the Association
of Public Policy Analysis and Management, Seattle.
Financial Support for Families with Children: Options for the Integrated Child
Credit
Green Budget 2001
Post-Budget Briefing
Election Briefing: Labour’s First Term
Election Briefing: Manifestos
IFS / University of Michigan conference on World Tax Competition
Besley, T., Royal Economic Society / Treasury conference to Encourage
January 1999
February 1999
March 1999
March 1999
March 1999
April 1999
May 1999
May 1999
June 1999
July 1999
October 1999
October 1999
October 1999
December 1999
December 1999
December 1999
January 2000
February 2000
February 2000.
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May 2000
May 2000
May 2000
June 2000
July 2000
July 2000
July 2000
July 2000.
September 2000
Summer 2000
September 2000
November 2000
January 2001
January 2001
March 2001
May 2001
May 2001
May 2001
March 2001
Centre for the Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy, September 2006
Undergraduates to Study Economics at Graduate Level
ESRC Econometric Study Group Conference, Bristol (Windmeijer, F.,
Organiser)
10th European Workshop on Econometrics and Health
Economics (Windmeijer, F., Local Organiser)
Pension Reform in OECD Countries
Competition Policy in the UK: The Enterprise Bill
Mothers’ Employment and Childcare Use in Britain
Briefing on the Government’s Child Poverty Target: How Much
Progress Has Been Made?
Transatlantic Public Economics Seminar
Social Security Policy under New Labour
Stamp Duty on Share Transactions
The Distributional Aspects of Inflation
IFS Annual Lecture: Lifetime Differences in Educational Attainment
and Economic Success (James Heckman)
The Benefits of Parenting: Government Financial Support for
Families with Children Since 1975
IFS Green Budget 2003
Pensioner poverty briefing
Processing tax proposals and legislation
Econometric Study Group seminar
Building a competitive tax system: IFS 11th residential conference
Budget briefing
Quantile regression methods and applications
Understanding consumers’ preferences
Assessment of the higher education funding proposals
EMU or ostrich: fiscal issues faced by countries contemplating
membership in the European Economic and Monetary Union: IFS annual
lecture (Willem Buiter)
The economics of ageing: third workshop of the RTN network of ageing
Inverse problems in econometrics
Pre-Budget Report briefing
Endogeneity, instruments and identification in econometrics, 14th EC2
(European Conferences of the Econometric Community) conference
Supporting families: the costs and benefits of children
Nutrition and education in rural Colombia
Green Budget 2004: press briefing
Green Budget 2004
Post-Budget briefing 2004
Households below average income 2004
Debt problems among families with children
Gorman memorial conference
ESRC Econometric Study Group seminar
Inequality into the 21st century
Spending Review briefing 2004
Econometric Study Group annual conference (Windmeijer, F., Organiser)
IFS Annual Lecture: A Strategy for Development: Supporting and Financing
Africa's Resurgence (Nicholas Stern)
Has Labour made work pay?
Pre-Budget briefing 2004
Nutrition and Development Seminar: Familias en Acción
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July 2001
September 2001
October 2001
March 2002
March 2002
April 2002
May 2002
May 2002
June 2002
June 2002
September 2002
November 2002
January 2003
March 2003
March 2003
March 2003
April 2003
April 2003
April 2003
May 2003
June 2003
June 2003
October 2003
November 2003
December 2003
December 2003
January 2004
January 2004
January 2004
January 2004
March 2004
March 2004
April 2004
June 2004
June 2004
June 2004
July 2004
July 2004
October 2004
November 2004
December 2004
January 2005
Centre for the Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy, September 2006
IFS Green Budget 2005
Post-Budget Briefing 2005
Higher Education Funding Policies
HBAI 2005
IFS Residential Conference 2005
Election Briefing
Election Briefing: Winners and Losers
EDePO Master Class
Public Economics UK Spring Conference
IFS Summer Drinks Reception
Econometric Study Group Annual Conference 2005 (Windmeijer, F.,
Organiser)
ESWC policy session: education policy
ESWC policy session: monetary policy in Europe
ESWC policy session: well-being and policy evaluation
ESWC policy session: development policy
Where Now for Tax Credits Policy?
IFS Annual Lecture 2005: Taxation and Big Brother
Parental Backgrounds and Child Outcomes
Prepared for Retirement?
Pre-Budget Report 2005
January 2005
March 2005
March 2005
March 2005
April 2005
April 2005
April 2005
May 2005
May 2005
June 2005
July 2005
August 2005
August 2005
August 2005
August 2005
September 2005
September 2005
September 2005
October 2005
December 2005
7. Conference papers and presentations
Abramovsky, L. (2005), ‘Outsourcing and offshoring of business services: how important is ICT?’,
ONS BDL/CAED conference, Cardiff, September; ESRC Research Seminar Series:
International Trade and Labour Markets / ESRC Research Seminar: RES-451-26-0322, Trade in
Services, December
Abramovsky, L. (2005), ‘Outsourcing and productivity in business services’, IFS-AIM workshop, 8
March; Said-AIM workshop, 13 July
Adam, S. (2003), ‘Options for raising revenue’, IFS Green Budget conference, 29 January
Adam, S. (2004), ‘Children in the tax and benefit system’, Public Economics Lectures, Oxford and
Cambridge.
Adam, S. (2004), ‘Personal tax and benefit reforms’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Adam, S. (2005), ‘Children in the tax and benefit system’, Public Economics Lectures, Oxford and
Cambridge.
Adam, S. (2005), ‘Personal taxes and benefits’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Adam, S. (2006), ‘Personal tax and benefit reforms’, IFS post Budget briefing
Aghion, P. and Griffith, R. (2001-2002), ‘Competition and innovation: an inverted U relationship’,
Zeuthen Lecture, Copenhagen, 23 November 2001; Madrid, 13 April.
Aghion, P., (2003), ‘Vertical integration and technology’, IIES Stockholm University, 2 September.
Aghion, P., Bloom, N., Blundell, R., Griffith, R. and Howitt, P. (2003), ‘Product market competition
and growth’, Mannheim, 13–15 March; University of Leuven, 29–31 May.
Aghion, P., Blundell, R., Griffith, R. and Prantl, S. (2003), ‘Entry, productivity and incumbent
innovation’, European Economic Association Congress, Stockholm, 20–24 August.
Aghion, P., Bond, S., Klemm, A. and Marinescu, I. (2003), ‘Technology and financial structure: are
innovative firms different?’, CEPR conference on Entrepreneurship, Financial Markets and
Innovation, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, 22 November; European Economic
Association, Stockholm, August.
Attanasio, O. (2000), invited lecture, World Congress of the Econometric Society, Seattle, August,
‘Consumption smoothing and extended families’.
Attanasio, O. (2000), invited paper, Annual World Bank Conference on Development and Economics:
Inequality in Latin America, Washington, April.
Attanasio, O., Berloffa, G., Blundell, R. and Preston, I. (2000), ‘From wage shocks to income and
consumption shocks’, presented at NBER Summer Workshop, Boston, July.
Banks, J. (1999), ‘Household saving and wealth holding’, Unisys Life and Pensions Conference, Nice,
June.
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Banks, J. (1999), ‘Household wealth in the UK: evidence from survey data’, US National Research
Council Panel Conference on A Research Agenda on New Data for an Aging World, London,
September.
Banks, J. (2001), ‘The English Longitudinal Study of Ageing’, presented at: EU TMR meeting, Venice,
February; Health and Retirement Survey (HRS) Steering Group, Ann Arbor, June; Survey of
Health and Retirement in Europe conference, Evian, August 2001; London School of Hygiene
and Tropical Medicine / Nuffield conference on Ageing, London, September.
Banks, J. (2002), ‘Economic Measures in Health Surveys’, NHIS Workship on Economic Measures in
Health Surveys, Maryland, US, January 2002.
Banks, J. (2003), ‘Labour market, pensions and retirement: international trends and the need for
comparative research’, Socioeconomic Dimensions of an Ageing Population (SEDAP)
conference, McMaster University, Toronto, May.
Banks, J. (2003), Invited Discussant, ‘The value of increasing heath and longevity’ by Kevin Murphy,
Review of Economic Studies Lecture, Econometric Society European Meeting, Stockholm,
August.
Banks, J. (2005), ‘Ageing and health’, International Institute for Society and Health launch conference,
UCL, London, 14 December
Banks, J. (2005), ‘Data linkages in ELSA: respondent consents and survey procedures’, Royal
Statistical Society conference on Linking Survey and Administrative Data and Statistical
Disclosure Control, RSS, London, 19 May
Banks, J. (2005), ‘Health and retirement: new evidence from the English Longitudinal Study of
Ageing’, IZA conference on Labour Market Participation and Time Use of Older Worker,
Lisbon, 16 May; Tilburg University Workshop on Labour Economics, Tilburg, 20 May;
International Institute for Society and Health launch conference, UCL, London, 15 December
Banks, J. (2005), ‘House price volatility and housing ownership over the lifecycle’, Economics
Department seminar, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, 18 April
Banks, J. (2005), ‘House price volatility, downsizing and asset portfolios’, Centre for Applied
Microeconomics (CAM) conference on Consumption, Housing and Portfolios, University of
Copenhagen, 10 June
Banks, J. (2005), ‘New evidence on the economics of ageing in England’, Institute of Actuaries
conference on Empirical Pension Economics and Finance, London, 15 June
Banks, J. (2005), ‘Recent research in housing: an economist’s perspective’, second conference of
Luxembourg Wealth Study, Luxembourg, 28 January
Banks, J. (2005), ‘The adequacy and distribution of retirement resources in England’, International
Longevity Centre seminar series, Staples Inn Hall, London, 13 October
Banks, J. (2005), ‘The changing balance between DB, DC and state pension provision: effects on
individual risk and incentives’, European Pensions 2005: The Pursuit of Risk-Free Pensions,
Chatham House, London, 11 April
Banks, J. (2005), ‘The economics of ageing: income, savings, inequality and poverty at older ages’,
Institute of Health Ageing seminar series, UCL, London, 7 December
Banks, J. (2005), ‘The financial wellbeing of pensioners in England’, Goodenough College annual
conference ‘Age and Ageing, Not Just the Concern of the Old?’, Goodenough College, London,
3 November
Banks, J. (2005), Chair, policy session on well-being, Econometric Society World Congress, London,
22 August
Banks, J. (2006), ‘Employment outcomes, economic capabilities and choices at older ages’, Keynote
lecture, DTI Economics for Analysts conference, Southampton, May 11.
Banks, J. (2006), ‘Employment outcomes, economic capabilities and choices at older ages’, Inaugural
lecture, University College London, March 2.
Banks, J. (2006), ‘Measuring expectations in the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing: Experiences
and early findings’, ESRC Research Methods festival special session on Measuring
Expectations, Oxford, 18 July
Banks, J. (2006), ‘Measuring undersaving for retirement: discussion, Government Economic Service
conference on The Pensions White Paper, HM Treasury, 19 September.
Banks, J. (2006), ‘The nature and timing of retirement in Britain’, RSS Social Statistics Brance seminar
‘Retirement’, Royal Statistical Society, London, 25 April.
Banks, J. (2006), ‘Understanding Pensions: Cognitive Function, Numeracy and Retirement Saving’,
ELSE conference on Consumer Behaviour and Bounded Rationality, London, 23 June
Banks, J. (2006), Measuring retirement saving and pension wealth in England’, RSS conference on
‘Pensions and the management of long term wealth’, Royal Statistical Society, London, 15 Feb.
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Banks, J. and Brewer, M. (2001), ‘Understanding the generosity of government financial support to
families with children’, presented at International Social Security conference, Sigtuna, Sweden,
June.
Banks, J. and Emmerson, C. (1999), ‘Public and private pension spending: principles, practice and the
need for reform’, Fiscal Studies, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 1–63. This paper was presented at the Fiscal
Studies seminar on public spending, 7 December.
Banks, J. and Emmerson, C. (1999), UK Annuitants, IFS Briefing Note no. 5, This paper was presented
at a conference on ‘UK Annuities and Retirement: Challenges and Policy Options’ on 7
December at Imperial College, London, organised by the Centre for Pensions and Social
Insurance at Birkbeck College.
Banks, J. Blundell, R., Smith, J. and Smith, Z. (2003), ‘House price volatility and home ownership’,
EU RTN Economics of Ageing Network conference, May; seminar, Bank of Portugal, Lisbon,
October 2003; seminar, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, November.
Banks, J., 2006, New Evidence on Health, Wealth and Ageing: The English Longitudinal Study of
Ageing, Keynote lecture, Social Protection in an Ageing World: Thirteenth International
Research Seminar of FISS, 16 – 18 June 2006, Sigtuna, Sweden
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and Emmerson, C. (2004), ‘The balance between DB, DC and state provision’,
special session, European Economic Association, Madrid, August.
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and Smith, J.P. (2000), ‘Wealth inequality in the US and Great Britain’,
presented at Institute for Social Research (ISR) conference on Cross-National Comparative
Research Using Panel Surveys, Ann Arbor, October.
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and Smith, J.P. (2001), ‘Assets at retirement in the US and UK’, invited paper
for NBER conference on the Economics of Aging, Carefree, Arizona, May. Forthcoming in D.
Wise (ed.), conference volume, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Banks, J., Blundell, R. and Smith, J.P. (2001), ‘Household portfolios in the US and UK’, presented at
BHPS conference, Colchester, June.
Banks, J., Blundell, R., Emmerson, C. and Oldfield, Z. (2003), ‘Social security and the well-being of
the elderly in the UK’, NBER conference, Nafplion, Greece, 18–20 September.
Banks, J., Blundell, R., Emmerson, C. and Oldfield, Z. (2004), ‘Social security and the wellbeing of the
elderly in the UK’, NBER conference, London, 29 May.
Banks, J., Blundell, R., Marmot, M. and Nazroo, J. (2002), ‘Economic measures in health surveys’,
invited paper for NHIS workshop on Economic Measures in Health Surveys, Maryland,
January.
Banks, J., Disney, R. and Smith, Z. (1998-99), ‘What can we learn about pension reform from
Generational Accounts for the UK?’, Treasury/NIESR Conference, London, December 1998;
Society of Economic Dynamics Annual Conference, Alghero, June 1999.
Banks, J., Smith, Z. and Wakefield, M. (2003), ‘Financial wealth in later life: evidence from the
BHPS’, conference of the Royal Economic Society, University of Warwick, 7–9 April.
Battistin, E. (2002), ‘Errors in survey reports of consumption expenditures’, European Society for
Population Economics Conference, Bilbao, 13–15 June; 10th International Conference on Panel
Data, 4–6 July, Berlin; Metrics Lunch Series, 19 July, cemmap, London; NBER Summer
Institute 2002, NBER–CRIW Consumer Expenditure Survey Research Conference, 22–23 July;
Conference on Research in Income and Wealth, 29–31 July, Cambridge, Massachusetts;
International Association for Research in Income and Wealth 27th General Conference,
Djurhamn, Sweden, 18–24 August.
Battistin, E. (2002), ‘Measuring participation at work when the labour force state is imprecisely
observed’, 23rd Biennial Conference of the Society for Multivariate Analysis in the Behavioral
Sciences, Tilburg, Holland, 1–3 July.
Battistin, E. (2002), ‘Mismeasured schooling and the returns to education: evidence from the UK’,
Italian Meeting of Labour Economists, Modena, Italy, 23–24 September.
Battistin, E. (2003), ‘Another look at the regression discontinuity design’, Annual Meeting of the Royal
Economic Society, Warwick, 8–10 April; The Regression Discontinuity Method in Economics:
Theory and Applications, Banff, Canada, 15–17 May.
Battistin, E. (2003), ‘Errors in survey reports of consumption expenditures’, RAND Seminar in Aging,
Development, and Population, RAND Institute, Santa Monica, 19 May; Bureau of Labor
Statistics internal seminar, Washington DC, 22 September; Berkeley Labor Seminar, Berkeley
University, San Francisco, 13 November.
Battistin, E. (2003), ‘The effect of measurement error on evaluation methods based on strong
ignorability’, European Meeting of the Econometric Society, Madrid, Spain, 20–24 August.
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Battistin, E. (2003), ‘The effect of measurement error on evaluation methods based on strong
ignorability’, Econometric Study Group, Bristol, 15–17 July; discussion of M. Lechner,
‘Dynamic Treatment Effects’.
Battistin, E. (2003), ‘The effect of measurement error on evaluation methods based on strong
ignorability’, North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society, Brown University,
Providence, 17–20 June; Microeconometrics of Spatial and Grouped Data, Banff, Canada, 24–
29 April; TI Research Group, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, 10 February; Centre for Applied
Microeconometrics, Copenhagen, 27 November 2003; Metrics Lunch Series, Cemmap, London,
9 December 2003;
Battistin, E. (2003), ‘The impact of measurement error on the estimation of treatment effects’,
departmental seminar, Economics Department, University of Bristol, 30 November; internal
seminar, IFS, London, 14 June.
Battistin, E. (2004), ‘What happened to consumption inequality in the US and what can we learn from
it?’, NBER Summer Institute 2004, Economic Fluctuations and Growth Working Group on
Aggregate Implications of Microeconomic Consumption Behavior, Cambridge, MA, 19–23
July; Essays in Memory of Zvi Griliches, Washington DC, 19–20 September 2003; Stanford
Applied Microeconomics Seminar, Stanford University, San Francisco, 10 November 2003.
Battistin, E. and Rettore, E. (2002), ‘Another look at the regression discontinuity design’, 57th
Econometric Society European Meeting, 25–28 August 2002, Venice; CEPR/IZA Workshop,
Improving Labor Market Performance: The Need for Evaluation, 4–5 October 2002, Bonn; 19th
International Methodology Symposium, Modelling Survey Data for Social and Economic
Research, 6–8 November 2002, Ottawa; Evaluation of Labor Market Policies, 11–12 November
2002, LABORatorio R. R., Moncalieri, Turin.
Bernard, A. B., Redding, S., Schott, P.K. and Simpson, H. (2003), ‘Factor Price Equalisation in the
UK?’, Special Session: ‘Regional Variation in Employment, Wages and Production Activity in
the UK’, Royal Economic Society Conference, Warwick University, April.
Besley, T. (2000), ‘From micro to macro: public policies and aggregate economic performance’,
Economic Growth & Government Policy papers, presented at an HM Treasury Seminar, 11
Downing St, October.
Besley, T. (2000), ‘Political economy of decentralisation’. Keynote address, Association of Public
Economic Theory conference, University of Warwick, July, ‘Political economics of
decentralisation’.
Besley, T. (2001), ‘Citizens’ initiative’, Economics Departmental Seminar Series, University College
London, January.
Besley, T. (2001), ‘Government responsiveness in India’, presented at Polarisation and Conflict,
Barcelona, January.
Besley, T., Griffith, R. and Klemm, A. (2001), ‘Empirical evidence on fiscal interdependence in OECD
countries’, presented at the World Tax Competition conference co-sponsored by the Office of
Tax Policy Research and IFS, May 2001.
Bloom, N. (2000), ‘A generalised model of investment under uncertainty: aggregation and estimation’,
presented at the BIRC conference, Maastricht, Holland, November 1999, and 8th ENTER
Jamboree, London, January.
Bloom, N. (2000), ‘Modelling the dynamic demand for capital and labour’, presented at the World
Congress of Economics, Seattle, August.
Bloom, N. (2000), ‘The real options effects of uncertainty on investment and labour demand’,
presented at Money, Macro and Finance Conference, London, September.
Bloom, N., ‘Public policy to promote investment’, Oxford and Cambridge Public Economics lecture
series, ‘Topics in the Application of Economics’.
Bloom, N., Bond, S. and Van Reenen, J. (1999), ‘The dynamics of investment under uncertainty’,
presented at BIRC conference, Maastricht, Holland, November.
Bloom, N., Bond, S. and Van Reenen, J. (2001), ‘The dynamics of investment under uncertainty’,
NBER Summer Institute, July.
Bloom, N., Bond, S. and Van Reenen, J. (2002), ‘Uncertainty and company investment dynamics’,
Malinvaud Seminar, CREST, Paris, 12 December.
Bloom, N., Bond, S. R. and Van Reenen, J. (1999), ‘Panel data analysis of investment under
uncertainty’, Royal Economics Society Conference, Nottingham, March; Workshop on
Uncertainty and Factor Demands, Hamburg, July; and Econometric Society European Meeting,
Santiago de Compostela, August.
Blow, L. (2005), IFS conference on Parental Background and Child Outcomes, ‘How Much Does
Money Matter, and What Else Matters?’, 30 September
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Blundell, R. (2000), Invited Lecture: 8th World Meetings of the Econometric Society, Seattle, August.
Blundell, R. (2000), Invited Lecture: European Workshop in Labour Economics, IZA, Munich,
September.
Blundell, R. (2001), ‘Nonparametric Engel Curves and Revealed Preferences’, (with Martin Browning
and Ian Crawford), Invited Lecture, Econometric Society Far East Meetings, Kobe, July.
Blundell, R. (2001), ‘Semiparametric Engel Curves with Endogenous Expenditure’, with Chunrong Ai
and Xiaohong Chen, Econometric Society European Meeting, Lausanne, August.
Blundell, R. (2001), Invited Lecture, IFAU Conference on Labour Market Policy Evaluation,
Stockholm, 7 October.
Blundell, R. (2001), Invited Lecture, RSS Conference on Inequality, 13 November.
Blundell, R. (2001), Keynes Lecture, British Academy, 1 November.
Blundell, R. (2002), Gosling, A., Ichimura, I. and Meghir, C., ‘Changes in the distribution of male and
female wages accounting for employment composition’, Stanford Institute for Theoretical
Economics (SITE), July.
Blundell, R. (2002), Invited Lecture on Pension Reform and Early Retirement, GES Annual
Conference, Warwick University, 15 July.
Blundell, R. (2002), Invited Lecture to Honour Nobel Prize Winners, AEA Meetings, Atlanta, 5
January.
Blundell, R. (2002), Invited Lecture, Conference for Young Economists, Sorbonne, Paris, 18–20 April.
Blundell, R. (2002), Invited Lecture, International Conference on Labour Market Programme
Evaluation, University of Turin, 11–12 November.
Blundell, R. (2002), Invited Lecture, Welsh Assembly Conference on Economic Inactivity and
Unemployment, Cardiff, 13 September 2002.
Blundell, R. (2002), Keynote Lecture, European Commission Meeting on Access to Microdata, Lisbon,
26 September.
Blundell, R. (2002), Walras-Bowley Lecture, North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric
Society, UCLA, 22 June.
Blundell, R. (2002), Whitehall Seminar on Pension Reform and Retirement, 8 February.
Blundell, R. (2004), ‘Private pension arrangements and retirement in Britain’, British Association
Festival of Science, Exeter University, 7 September.
Blundell, R. (2004), Arrow Lectures, Stanford University, May.
Blundell, R. W. (1998), ‘Tax and benefit reform evaluating’, EU Conference on Welfare to Work
Reforms, Brussels, November.
Blundell, R. W. (1999), ‘Evaluating in-work benefit reform’, Hicks Lecture, Oxford, February 1999.
Blundell, R. W. (2005), ‘Economics of the over 50s’, HM Treasury Productivity Roundtable, April
Blundell, R. W. (2005), ‘Optimality of tax credits’, Chicago Federal Reserve, Chicago, April
Blundell, R. W. (2005), Adam Smith Lecture, Society of Labor Economists and European
Association of Labour Economists, San Francisco, June
Blundell, R. W. (2005), Chair, Frisch Lecture, Econometric Society World Congress, August
Blundell, R. W. (2005), Economics of Revealed Preference, conference in honour of Dan McFadden,
Berkeley, May
Blundell, R. W. (2005), Invited Address, Evaluation of Public Policies: Methods and Applications,
conference, CREST, Paris, December
Blundell, R. W. (2005), Invited Presentation, Extending Working Lives, HM Treasury, October
Blundell, R. W. (2005), Keynote Address, Evaluation of Labour Market Policies, ZEW, Mannheim,
February
Blundell, R. W. and Powell, J. (1999), ‘Endogeneity in single index models’, North American
Meetings of the Econometric Society, Wisconsin, June.
Blundell, R. W. and Preston, I. (1999), ‘Consumption inequality and income uncertainty in the UK and
US’, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Conference on Inequality and Economic
Performance, London, May.
Blundell, R. W. and Stoker, T. (1998), ‘Aggregation’, Handbook of Econometrics Conference, London,
December.
Blundell, R. W. and Windmeijer, F. (1999), ‘Identifying demand for health resources using waiting
times information’, European Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics, Catania,
September.
Blundell, R. W., Dearden, L. and Meghir, C. (1999), ‘Work-related training and earnings’, ZEW
Conference on Programme Evaluation, June.
Blundell, R.(2002), Invited Lecture, Conference to Honour Henri Thiel, Amsterdam, 16–18 August.
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Blundell, R., Browning, M. and Crawford, I. (2004), ‘Best nonparametric bounds to price responses’,
presented at the European Meetings of the Econometric Society, Stockholm, August.
Blundell, R., Dearden, L. and Sianesi, B. (2001), ‘Estimating the returns to education: models, methods
and results’, invited presentation RSS Section A meeting, May.
Blundell, R., Econometric Society European Meeting, Stockholm.
Blundell, R., Ely Lectures, Johns Hopkins University, October.
Blundell, R., Faculty Lectures, Northwestern University, May.
Blundell, R., invited lecture, EEA Stockholm.
Blundell, R., Mackintosh Lectures, Queens University, Canada, November.
Blundell, R., Zeuthen Lecture, University of Copenhagen, November.
Bond, S. (2001), ‘What goes up? ‘Bubbles’ Vs. Fundamentals in the Recent Behaviour of Stock
Markets’, invited address, Norwegian Research Council conference, Oslo, March.
Bond, S. (2001), invited participant, ECB Conference on Monetary Policy Transmission in the Euro
Area, European Central Bank, Frankfurt, 18–19 December.
Bond, S. (2002), ‘Dynamic panel data models: a guide to micro data methods’, cemmap
Microeconometrics Workshop, UCL, 22 February; invited lecture, Boston College, 22 March;
invited lecture, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, 8 May.
Bond, S. (2002), invited speaker, IPPR conference on manufacturing investment, 18 November.
Bond, S. (2002), seminar on developments in econometric modelling of company investment,
Government Institute for Economic Research, Helsinki, 19 September.
Bond, S. (2003), ‘Conditional investment–cash flow sensitivities and financing constraints’, NBER
Summer Institute, 22 July.
Bond, S. (2003), Devereux, M.P. and Klemm, A., ‘Dividend taxation in a global capital market: theory
and evidence for the UK’, ESRC Public Economics Working Group conference, University of
Warwick, 9 May; seminar, Institute for Fiscal Studies, 6 October; Inland Revenue, 4 November.
Bond, S. (2005), ‘Dissecting dividend decisions: some clues about the effects of dividend taxation from
recent UK reforms’, conference on Taxing Corporate Income in the 21st Century, Office of Tax
Policy Research, University of Michigan, May
Bond, S. (2005), ‘Dividend taxation’, Special Session on Strategic Tax Analysis, Royal Economic
Society Annual Conference, April
Bond, S. (2005), ‘Uncertainty and investment dynamics’, Econometric Society World Congress,
University College London, August
Bond, S. and Cummins, J. (2000), ‘Noisy share prices and the Q model of investment’, Industrial
Structure and Input Markets conference, ZEW, Mannheim, May 2000, and Econometric Society
8th World Congress, Seattle, August.
Bond, S. and Cummins, J. (2000), ‘The stock market and investment in the New Economy: some
tangible facts and intangible fictions’, Brookings Panel on Economic Activity, March.
Bond, S. and Cummins, J. (2001), ‘Noisy share prices and the Q model of investment’, Econometric
Society European Meeting, Lausanne, August.
Bond, S. and Cummins, J. (2001-2002), ‘Uncertainty and company investment: an empirical
investigation using data on analysts’ profits forecasts’, Workshop on Firms’ Dynamic
Adjustment with Nonconvexities and Irreversibility, University of Bergamo, 9–10 November
2001; seminar, Hunter College, City University of New York, 18 April 2002; seminar,
Northwestern University, 1 May 2002; seminar, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, 9 May
2002.
Bond, S. and Cummins, J. (2002), ‘Noisy share prices and the Q model of investment’, seminar,
Arizona State University, 1 March; seminar, University of Central Florida, 8 March; seminar,
University of Maryland, 12 March; seminar, Boston College, 22 March.
Bond, S. and Cummins, J. (2003), ‘Noisy share prices and the Q model of investment’, seminar,
Central European University, Budapest, 21 February; London School of Economics, 28
February; Keele University, 19 March; Queen Mary and Westfield College, 26 March.
Bond, S. and Cummins, J. (2003), ‘Uncertainty and investment: an empirical investigation using data
on analysts’ profits forecasts’, seminar, University College Dublin, 22 April; Department of
Economics Workshop, University of Oxford, 1 May.
Bond, S. and Devereux, M. (2001-2002), ‘Cash flow taxes in an open economy’, International Seminar
in Public Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 7–8 December; seminar, IMF,
Washington, 15 February.
Bond, S. and Van Reenen, J. (2001), ‘Microeconometric models of investment and employment’,
Handbook of Econometrics conference, University of Chicago, 17 November.
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Bond, S. and Windmeijer, F. (1999), ‘Projection estimation for autoregressive panel data models’,
Econometric Society European Meeting, Santiago de Compostela, August.
Bond, S. and Windmeijer, F. (2002), ‘Finite sample inference for GMM estimators in linear panel data
models’, seminar, UCLA, 28 February; seminar, Princeton, 14 May.
Bond, S. and Windmeijer, F. (2003), ‘Finite sample inference for GMM estimators in linear panel data
models’, SFB Workshop: Statistical Modelling of Discrete Structures in Economics, LudwigMaximilians University, Munich, 2 July.
Bond, S., ‘Adjustment costs and the identification of Cobb Douglas production functions’, conference
in memory of Tor Jakob Klette, University of Oslo, August.
Bond, S., ‘Capital allowances, leasing, and the cost of capital’, Finance Leasing Association
conference, London, January.
Bond, S., ‘Dividend taxation, dividend policies, and investment’, University of Warwick seminar,
November.
Bond, S., ‘Tax coordination in the EU’, panel discussion, CEPII conference on tax competition,
Prague, December.
Bond, S., ‘Technology and financial structure: are innovative firms different?’, Bundesbank Spring
Conference, April.
Bond, S., ‘UK company investment’, GES investment seminar, HM Treasury, September. Bond, S.,
‘Microeconometric evidence on uncertainty and investment’, Bank of England seminar,
September.
Bond, S., ‘Uncertainty and investment: an empirical investigation using data on analysts’ profits
forecasts’, European University Institute, Florence, May.
Bond, S., Harhoff, D. and Van Reenen, J. (1999), ‘Investment, R&D and financial constraints in
Britain and Germany’, invited paper, Network of Industrial Economists Annual Conference,
Oxford, March; Funding Gaps Conference, Warwick, April; and AFSE Annual Conference,
Paris, September.
Bond, S., Harhoff, D. and Van Reenen, J. (2003), ‘Corporate R&D and productivity in Germany and
the UK’, NBER conference on R&D, Education and Productivity (in memory of Zvi Griliches),
Paris, 26 August; CEPR conference on Prices, Productivity and Growth, Banco de Espana, 18
October.
Bond, S., Klemm, A. and Marinescu, I. (2003), ‘Distance to frontier, company investment and sources
of finance’, European Economic Association Congress, Stockholm, 20–24 August.
Bond, S., Klemm, A., Newton-Smith, R., Syed, M. and Vlieghe, G. (2001), ‘The role of cash flow,
expected profits and Tobin’s q in empirical investment equations’, seminar, Bank of England,
23 November.
Bond, S., Klemm, A., Newton-Smith, R., Syed, M. and Vlieghe, G. (2003), ‘The roles of expected
profitability, Tobin’s Q and cash flow in econometric models of company investment’, Gorman
Research Workshop in Economics, Oxford, November; seminar, European Central Bank,
Frankfurt, 26 November; South and South East Asia Econometrics Society Meeting, Lahore,
Pakistan, December.
Bond, S., Meghir, C. and Windmeijer, F. (1999), ‘Productivity, investment and the threat of takeover’,
joint IFS/University of Bergamo Workshop on Applied Economics, May 1999; TMR
Conference on Financial Markets and Restructuring, Milan, May.
Bottazzi, R. (2002), ‘Labour market participation and mortgage-related borrowing constraints’,
seminar, UCL, July 2002.
Bottazzi, R. (2003), ‘Labour market participation and mortgage-related borrowing constraints’,
European Society for Population Economics meeting, New York University, June; BHPS Users’
conference, Colchester, June; European Economic Association conference, Stockholm, August.
Bottazzi, R., ‘Labour market participation and mortgage related borrowing constraints’, Italian Meeting
of Labour Economists, Modena, 23–24 September.
Bottazzi, R., ‘Retirement expectations, pension reforms and their effect on private wealth
accumulation’, European Economic Association Meeting, Madrid, 20–24 August.
Brewer, M. (2003), ‘Tax credits and childcare’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Brewer, M. (2003), ‘Tax credits and childcare’, IFS Pre-Budget Report briefing, 11 December.
Brewer, M. (2005), ‘Did the working families’ tax credit work? Analysing the impact of inwork
support on labour supply and programme participation’, conference on Changing Social Policies
for Low-Income Families and Less-Skilled Workers in the EU and the US, National Poverty
Center, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan, April
Brewer, M. (2005), ‘Measures directly affecting households’, IFS post Budget briefing
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Brewer, M. (2005), ‘New tax credits: what was the government trying to achieve?’, IFS Residential
Conference, Give and Take: Family, Policy and the Law, New Hall, Cambridge, 14–16 April
Brewer, M. (2005), ‘Tax and benefits: the role of tax policy in reducing child poverty in the UK’, study
delegation organised by CLASP, November
Brewer, M. (2005), ‘Tax credits and the government’s child poverty strategy’, seminar on Tax Credits,
Nuffield Foundation, June
Brewer, M. (2005), ‘Tax credits: options for reform’, Liberal Democrats Tax Reform Commission,
November
Brewer, M. and Paull, G. (2003), oral evidence given to the House of Commons Work and Pensions
Committee, 25 March; transcript available at HC 564-ii (2003), Childcare for Working Parents,
Volume II, House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee Fifth Report of Session.
Brewer, M., ‘Did the WFTC work? Analysing labour supply and take-up responses to in-work benefits
reform’, Policy Studies Institute Employment Seminar Series, October.
Brewer, M., ‘Did the WFTC work? Analysing labour supply and take-up responses to in-work benefits
reform’, Work and Pensions Economics Group Conference, Royal Holloway College, July.
Brewer, M., ‘Individual and joint assessment: can they happily co-exist?’, Institute for Public Policy
Research Tax and Benefit Seminar Series, February.
Brewer, M., ‘Low income in work’, Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s Making Work Pay seminar,
January.
Brewer, M., ‘Maintaining momentum in tackling child poverty’, Social Mobility and Life Chances
forum, Institute for Public Policy Research, 3 December.
Brewer, M., ‘The 10-year strategy for childcare’, IFS Post Pre-Budget Report Briefing, IFS, London, 3
December.
Brewer, M., Duncan, A. and Suarez, M.-J. (2002), ‘Did the WFTC work? Analysing programme
participation for in-work tax credits’, NBER–IFS Transatlantic Public Economic (TAPES)
conference, May; Departmental Seminar, University of Monash, 20 September; Labour
Workshop, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, 3 December.
Browning, M. (2001), invited address, Arne Ryde Symposium, Lund University, August.
Browning, M. (2001), invited address, ESRC Econometric Study Group.
Browning, M. (2001), invited address, European Econometric Society Summer Meetings, Lausanne,
August.
Browning, M. (2001), invited address, Young Economists Meeting, Copenhagen, January.
Chote, R (2006), ‘Fiscal policy under New Labour’, Cambridge-MIT Centre, September.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Budget 2003: macroeconomic issues’, Treasury Select Committee of House of
Commons, 14 April.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Budget 2003: microeconomic issues’, Treasury Select Committee of House of
Commons, 14 April.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Can we afford the welfare bill?’, Financial Services Research Forum, 4 November
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Challenges for the Chancellor’, St Catherine’s College Economists Annual Dinner
(Cambridge), 7 March.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Children and pensioners in poverty: what can government stats tell us?’, National
Institute of Economic and Social Research, 7 October.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Distributional impact of social security and public spending’, Downing Street Policy
Directorate, 5 September.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Monetary and fiscal reform in UK since 1997: lessons for Nigeria’, Nigerian Money
Market Association, 16 May.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Outlook for the Budget’, IFS Northwest (Manchester), 4 February.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Public sector productivity’, Downing Street Strategy Unit, 22 October.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Research priorities for EMU’, HM Treasury, 23 October.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Targets and statistics: holding policymakers to account’, Statistics Users Council
annual conference, 13 November.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘The Green Paper and New Labour’s pension strategy’, IMA conference: What
Future for Pension Schemes? London, 27 March.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘The UK macro framework: lessons learned and challenges ahead’, Oxford Institute
for Economic Policy (Oxonia), 28 November.
Chote, R. (2003), ‘Welfare spending and the public finances’, Government Economics Service
conference, Sheffield, 3 December.
Chote, R. (2003), Budget Preview, BBC journalists’ briefing, 31 March.
Chote, R. (2003), ESRC Parliamentary Budget briefing, Conservatives, 2 April.
Chote, R. (2003), ESRC Parliamentary Budget briefing, Labour, 3 April.
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Chote, R. (2003), ESRC Parliamentary Budget briefing, Liberal Democrats, 3 April.
Chote, R. (2003), Pre-Budget Report Preview, BBC journalists’ briefing, 2 December.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Distributional analysis’, IFS post Budget briefing
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Distributional analysis’, IFS Post Budget Report Briefing, IFS, London, 18 March.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Early years interventions and life chances’, Social Market Foundation, 17 May.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Economic policy in the UK’, Hansard Society, 1 November.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Fiscal context and the Spending Review’, Public Finance Roundtable, 22 April;
‘Public sector efficiency’, 21 October.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Housing and the Spending Review’, National Housing Federation Annual
Conference, 23 September.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Options for the Budget and Spending Review’, PriceWaterhouseCoopers Heads of
Tax Breakfast, 10 February.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Tax and spend: the election battle lines’, Chartered Institute of Public Finance and
Accountancy, 16 June.
Chote, R. (2004), ‘Tax and spend: the election battle lines’, City Monetary Group, 11 May.
Chote, R. (2004), BBC Pre-Budget briefing, Millbank, 9 March.
Chote, R. (2004), ESRC Parliamentary Briefings: Conservatives, 9 March; Labour, 10 March; Liberal
Democrats and crossbenchers, 11 March.
Chote, R. (2004), Green Budget presentation, IFS North West, 5 February.
Chote, R. (2005), ‘Business taxes’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Chote, R. (2005), ‘Economic policy in the UK’, Hansard Society, November
Chote, R. (2005), ‘Fiscal challenges before the election’, Exeter College, Oxford, 30 January Chote, R.
(2005), ‘Gordon Brown and the public finances: sticking to the golden rule?’, presentation at
ESRC-funded event, David Hume Institute, Edinburgh, 2 November
Chote, R. (2005), ‘Fiscal challenges for the UK’, conference on G7, Woodrow Wilson Centre, 3 June
Chote, R. (2005), ‘Geeks bearing graphs?’, HM Treasury / Government Economic Service / Royal
Economic Society open day, October.
Chote, R. (2005), ‘The public finances’, Engineering Employers Federation, Economic Policy
Committee, 1 June
Chote, R. (2005), ‘The public finances’, St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge, 10 February
Chote, R. (2006) Pre-Budget briefings to political parties for ESRC, February.
Chote, R. (2006), ‘Health and the looming public spending squeeze’, King’s Fund, April.
Chote, R. (2006), ‘Liberal Democrat Tax proposals: who wins and who loses?’, CentreForum,
Brighton, September.
Chote, R. (2006), ‘Public finances and public policy’, Advertising Association President’s Dinner, 25
January.
Chote, R. (2006), ‘Tax and spend’, A-level conference hosted by RGS Guildford, February.
Chote, R., ‘Public finances and public spending’, Society of Business Economists, 10 March.
Chote, R., ‘Use of official statistics’, Statistics Commission Open Meeting, 22 September.
Chote, R., Presentation to leader writers’ lunch, The Guardian, 27 May.
Clark, T. and Reed, H. (2001), ‘Is an increase in taxation inevitable?’ Fabian Society, London,
December.
Costa Dias, M. (2002), “The impact of human capital policies”, University College London, 2002;
University of Chicago.
Costa Dias, M. (2003), ‘The GE effects of human capital policies’, University of Chicago; Econometric
Society North America Summer Meeting (Northwestern University), July; Econometric Society
European Summer Meeting (Stockholm), August.
Costa Dias, M. (2005), ‘Evaluating dynamic treatment: the Swedish active labour market programmes’,
IZA, November
Costa Dias, M. (2006), ‘Evaluating dynamic treatment: the Swedish active labour market programmes’,
IZA, November 2005; IFAU, January.
Costa Dias, M. (2006), ‘Evaluating the Swedish Active Labour Market Programmes’, University of
Padova conference on ‘The Evaluation of Labour Market, Welfare and Firms Incentives
Programmes’, May; Econometric Society European Summer Meeting (Vienna), August.
Costa Dias, M. (2006), “Dynamic treatment effects”, Tinbergen Institute, April; Tilburg University,
April 2006; Universidade Tecnica de Lisboa, April.
Crawford, I. (1999), ‘Substitution bias in the RPI: a non-parametric approach’, International
Conference on the Measurement of Inflation, Cardiff, August–September.
Crawford, I. (2003), ‘A nonparametric test of stochastic dominance in multivariate distributions’,
Public Economics Working Group, University of Warwick, 8 May.
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Crawford, I. (2003), ‘Necessary and sufficient conditions for the consumer characteristics model’,
McMaster University, 15 October; University of Toronto, 17 October; University of Cyprus, 29
October; University of Southampton, 12 November.
Crawford, I. (2003), ‘Nonparametric methods for demand analysis’, HM Customs and Excise, 20 May;
Office of Fair Trading, 25 November.
Crawford, I. (2003), ‘Nonparametric methods for valuing a new good’, University of Cambridge, 19
February.
Criscuolo, C. and Haskel, J. (2003), ‘Innovations and productivity growth in the UK: evidence from
CIS2 and CIS3’, Department of Trade and Industry, Comparative Analysis of Enterprise Data
conference, City University, September; seminar, HM Treasury, October.
Crossley, T. and Low, H. (2003), ‘When might unemployment insurance matter? Credit constraints, the
life-cycle and the cost of saving’, University of Cambridge, October 2003; Public Economics
Working Group, December.
Dearden, L. (1999), ‘Qualifications and earnings in Britain: how reliable are conventional OLS
estimates of the returns to education?’, Royal Economic Society Conference, Nottingham,
March.
Dearden, L. (2003), ‘Propensity score matching and its applications’, Cabinet Office course on
Experimental Design, 11 November.
Dearden, L. (2004), ‘The 10-year strategy for childcare’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Dearden, L. (2005), ‘At what age should children start school?’, seminars at Educational Studies
Department, University of Oxford, May; Centre for the Economics of Education (CEE) Seminar
at Institute for Education, October
Dearden, L. (2005), ‘HE funding in the UK’, World Bank, June
Dearden, L., Emmerson, C., Frayne, C. and Meghir C. (2003), ‘The impact of financial incentives on
education choice’, CEPR conference on The Economics of Education and Inequality, Paris, 16–
17 May.
Dearden, L., Emmerson, C., Frayne, C. and Meghir, C. (2002), ‘The impact of financial incentives on
education choice’, Education Policy, Centre for Economics of Education, LSE, March 2002;
Evaluation of Public Policy, Amsterdam, September.
Dearden, L., Goodman, A. and Fiorini, M. (2001), ‘Inequality and the changing returns to education
and ability: evidence from the BCS70 and NCDS cohort’, presented at the NIESR conference at
the British Academy on Education and Inequality, 28 September.
Devereux, M. and Griffith, R. (2001), ‘The impact of corporate taxation on the location of capital: a
review’, International Mobility of Tax Bases, Stockholm, 1 November.
Devereux, M., Griffith R. and Simpson, H. (2000), ‘The geographic distribution of production activity
in the UK’, Econometric Society 8th World Congress, Seattle, August.
Devereux, M., Griffith, R. and Klemm, A. (2001), ‘Have taxes on mobile capital declined?’, presented
at the World Tax Competition conference co-sponsored by the Office of Tax Policy Research
and IFS, May.
Devereux, M., Griffith, R. and Simpson, H. (2001), ‘The geography of firm formation’, presented at:
Royal Economics Society conference, Durham, April; European Economic Association
Congress, Lausanne, August.
Dilnot, A. (1999), ‘The future welfare burden’, Scottish Economic Society Annual Lecture, October.
Disney, R. (1999), ‘Declining public pensions in an era of demographic ageing: will private provision
fill the gap?’, invited session, European Economic Association, Santiago, September 1999;
plenary session, British Society of Population Studies Annual Conference, Dublin, September.
Disney, R. (1999), ‘OECD public pension programmes in crisis: what are the reform options?’, invited
session, Association for Comparative Economic Studies, ASSA Meetings, New York, January
1999; International Monetary Fund, Washington, April.
Disney, R. (1999), ‘Pension reform in the UK’, DIA Seminar, Berlin, September.
Disney, R. (1999), Haskel, J. and Heden, Y., ‘Exit, entry and survival of establishments in UK
manufacturing’, Conference on ARD data set, QMW, London, February.
Disney, R. (2000), ‘Income and well-being of the elderly in Britain’, QMC Medical School, January.
Disney, R. (2000), ‘Opting out of state pensions: comparative evidence’, CERP, University of Turin,
conference on pensions, June.
Disney, R. (2000), ‘Tax policy and employment: what do macroeconomic and microeconomic studies
tell us?’, International Monetary Fund, July.
Disney, R. (2000), panel speaker, CEPR/RES conference ‘Defusing the Pension Time Bomb: What Are
the Reform Options?’, London, 3 February.
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Disney, R. (2002), ‘Demographic changes and welfare reforms’, 3rd Recontres Sauvy meeting,
University ‘Tor Vergata’, Rome, 18–20 September.
Disney, R. (2002), seminar presentation on ‘work and pensions’, HM Treasury, 8 April 2002. Disney,
R., Invitee, World Economic Forum Pension Reform Project Meeting, Geneva, 23 July.
Disney, R. (2003), ‘Retirement policy: an international perspective’, conference on Pursuing
Opportunity and Prosperity, the Melbourne Institute and the Australia 2003 Conference,
University of Melbourne, 14 November.
Disney, R. (2003), ‘The future of work and retirement’, public lecture on behalf of the Retirement
Commission and NZ Treasury, Wellington, New Zealand, 27 November.
Disney, R. (2004), (co-)presenter, British Association Festival of Science, Exeter University, 6–7
September.
Disney, R. (2005), ‘Ill-health and retirement in the UK’, IZA conference, Bonn, 27 September
Disney, R. (2005), ‘Rotating saving and credit associations’, University of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 14
April; Brendan Walsh Festschrift conference, Dublin, 7 October
Disney, R. (2005), ‘Stakeholder pensions’, Financial Markets Group conference on Pensions, 11 March
Disney, R. (2005), ‘The impact of pension programme design on saving and employment’, IZA
conference on Older Workers and the Labour market, Lisbon, 17 May; CEBR/CESifo
conference, Copenhagen, 10 June; CSEF conference, Salerno, 27 June; Brendan Walsh
Festschrift conference, Dublin, 7 October
Disney, R. (2005), Saving Workshop session, Department for Work and Pensions conference on
Pensions, 26 January
Disney, R. and Emmerson, C. (2001), ‘Labour mobility and the choice of private pension plans in the
UK’, presented at: conference on Pensions and Labour Markets, Institute for the Study of Labor,
Berlin, May; conference on Pension Policy Harmonization in an Integrating Europe, Centre for
Research on Pensions and Welfare Policy, Turin, June.
Disney, R. and Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘Pension tenure and job mobility’, University of New South
Wales, Sydney, 1 December.
Disney, R. and Gosling A. (1999), ‘How robust is the public sector wage effect?’, Royal Economic
Society Conference, Nottingham, March.
Disney, R. and Smith, S. (2000), ‘The impact of the abolition of the earnings test for pensioners’,
University of Manchester, March, and TMR conference, Deidesheim, April, and International
Monetary Fund, June, and World Bank, July, and Brookings Institution, July.
Disney, R. and Whitehouse, E. (1999), ‘Retirement incentives’, Seminar, HDSP, World Bank,
Washington, April.
Disney, R., ‘European social security reform’ DWP, 5 February.
Disney, R., ‘Pension reform’, CERGE, Prague, 15 November.
Disney, R., ‘Pension reform’, Oslo, Norway, 23 April.
Disney, R., Emmerson, C. and Smith, S. (2000), ‘Pension reform and labour market flexibility in
Britain’, presented to conference on ‘Creating a Premier League Economy’, London School of
Economics, 4–5 May.
Disney, R., Emmerson, C. and Wakefield, M. (2002), ‘Ill health and retirement’, University of
Newcastle, 29 October; University of St Andrews, 12 December; University of Strathclyde, 13
December.
Disney, R., Emmerson, C. and Wakefield, M. (2003), ‘Ill health and retirement in Britain: a panel data
based analysis’, Second Workshop of the RTN project on the Economics of Ageing, Naples, 8–
10 May; plenary session paper, BHPS/ECHP Annual Workshop, University of Essex, 3–4 July;
National Bureau of Economic Research Summer Institute (Aging), Cambridge, MA, 28–29 July.
Disney, R., Gosling, A., Machin, S. and McCrae, J. (1999), ‘The dynamics of union membership in
Britain: an analysis using the Family Working Lives Survey’, Department of Trade and Industry
Conference, London, February.
Disney, R., Haskel, J. and Hedden, Y. (2000), ‘Restructuring and productivity growth in Britain’, Bank
of England, February 2000, and HM Treasury, March.
Disney, R., participant and discussant, RTN Economics of Ageing workshop, Mannheim, 6–7 May.
Disney, R., participant and presenter, Tilburg CentER workshop on retirement, 25 March.
Disney, R., presentation, CeRP conference on retirement and pensions, Turin, 25 June.
Disney, R., presenter, RES Conference Special Session on Public Policy Transfer, Swansea, 6 April.
Duncan, A. (1999), invited seminar, ‘Household labour supply, childcare costs and tax credits’, IZA
Workshop, ‘The Economics of Childcare’, Bonn, November.
Duncan, A. (2000), departmental seminar, University of Leicester, April.
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Duncan, A. (2000), invited paper, ‘Work incentives and tax credits: an international perspective’,
presented to the Welfare Reform Group, University of Melbourne, January.
Duncan, A. (2000), invited presentation, ‘Employment incentives and tax credits in the United
Kingdom’, presented to the Welfare Reform Group, University of Melbourne, 10 November.
Duncan, A. (2000), Royal Economic Society conference, University of St Andrews, 14 July.
Duncan, A. (2001), ‘The use of microsimulation methods in welfare policy formation’, invited
presentation, Conseil de l’Emploi, des Revenues et de la Cohesion Sociale (CERC), Paris, 26
October.
Duncan, A. (2002), ‘Employment tax credits in Australia’, Invited Seminar, Australian Treasury, 16
September.
Duncan, A. (2002), ‘Promoting employment through welfare reform: lessons from the past, prospects
for the future’, 2002 Downing Lecture, University of Melbourne, 10 September.
Duncan, A. (2002), ‘Quantity constraints, childcare use and household labour supply’, seminar,
Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex, 4 February.
Duncan, A. (2002), ‘Simulating employment responses to tax policy reform’, invited presentation,
Instituto de Estudios Fiscales conference, Microeconometric Models and Simulation Tools for
Fiscal Policy, Madrid, 22–25 May.
Duncan, A. (2002), ‘Tax credits and welfare for working families: a case study of UK–USA policy
convergence’, Political Economy of Policy Reform conference, Tulane University, USA, 9–10
November 2001; invited presentation, Political Economy of Welfare Reform, Jonköping,
Sweden, 31 May.
Duncan, A. (2002), ‘The economics of childcare and household labour supply’, workshop presentation,
National University of Singapore, 12 April.
Duncan, A. (2002), ‘The economics of childcare’, invited presentation, Laing and Buisson conference,
Children’s Nurseries: Continuing the Growth, Lord’s Conference Centre, London, 6 February.
Duncan, A. (2002), ‘Work incentives and labour supply of lone parents: earnings credits in Australia’,
invited presentation, Towards Opportunity and Prosperity conference, University of Melbourne,
5–6 April.
Duncan, A. and Reed, H. (2000), ‘Meeting distributional and employment objectives using in-work
benefits’, presented to the Welfare-to-Work Policy Seminar, University College London, 12
May.
Dustmann, C. and Windmeijer, F. (1999), ‘Wages and the demand for health: a life cycle analysis’,
International Health Economics Association Meeting, Rotterdam, June.
Emmerson, C. (1999), ‘UK annuitants’, presented at conference on ‘UK Annuities and Retirement:
Challenges and Policy Options’, Imperial College, London, organised by the Centre for
Pensions and Social Insurance at Birkbeck College, 7 December.
Emmerson, C. (2000), ‘Can Budget 2001 cut taxes?’, presented at Hansard Society’s Coming Year in
Parliament conference, December.
Emmerson, C. (2001), ‘Public spending in the coming parliament’, presented at Hansard Society’s Post
Election Planning conference, May.
Emmerson, C. (2002), ‘Retirement saving decisions’, ABI Saver Summit, 31 October.
Emmerson, C. (2002), ‘Taxation and incentives to save for retirement’, City Forum Round Table
Discussion, 18 February.
Emmerson, C. (2002), ‘The direction of UK pension reform under new Labour’, conference on
Retirement Pensions Schemes, Bordeaux, 19 September.
Emmerson, C. (2002), presentation on the content of Budget 2002 to the Foreign Press Association, 30
April.
Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘Achieving simplicity, security and choice in retirement?’, Financial Services
Authority, 11 June 2003; Taxbriefs conference, London, 16 October.
Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘IFS public finance forecasts’, IFS Green Budget conference, 29 January.
Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘Is asset-based welfare “well fair”?’, British Bankers Association conference on
the Child Trust Fund, 30 September.
Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘Measuring public service productivity – how should it be done?’, seminar on
measuring public services productivity at Cabinet Office Strategy Unit, 22 October.
Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘Proposed tax simplification and incentives’, Department for Work and Pensions
/ HM Treasury workshop, 18 February.
Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘Retirement savings decisions’, Taxbriefs conference, London, 6 February.
Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘Taxation and incentives to save for retirement’, Centre for the Study of
Financial Innovation conference, Pensions in Crisis? Restoring Confidence, 26 February.
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Emmerson, C. (2003), ‘The tax and benefit system and retirement saving decisions’, Society of
Financial Advisers conference on Living Healthy, Dying Wealthy, 29 October.
Emmerson, C. (2003), discussant of Luc Arrondel, Hector Calvo-Pardo and Xisco Olivier, ‘Testing
portfolio choice with a correlated background risk’, RTN conference, IFS, London, 3 October.
Emmerson, C. (2003), presentation on issues raised by chapter 3 of the Pensions Green Paper
(‘Informed choice in pensions – choices for individuals’), UBS Pensions Group, London School
of Economics, 4 March.
Emmerson, C. (2004), ‘Public spending’, IFS post Budget briefing
Emmerson, C. (2004), ‘Public spending’, IFS post Spending Review briefing
Emmerson, C. (2004), ‘Uncertainty in the forecasts’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Issues in UK pensions policy’, presentation to Work and Pensions House of
Commons Select Committee, University of York, 17 November
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Outlook for the public finances after the 2005 election’, National Council of
Voluntary Organisations, March
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Pension credit and the financial well-being of future pensioners’, Pension Crisis
Resolved, CityForum, February
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Pensions policy and the fiscal rules’, All Party Parliamentary Groups on
Pensioner Incomes and Occupational Pensions, Houses of Parliament, London, February
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Prepared for retirement?’, IFS, London, October.
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Preparing for retirement: the distribution of retirement resources of those aged
50–SPA in England’, part of Watson Wyatt seminar series, 20 July
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Revenues and spending’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Revenues and spending’, IFS press briefing, Pre-Budget Report, 2 December
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Social security and the well-being of the elderly in the UK’, National Bureau of
Economic Research conference on International Social Security, Bellagio, Italy, May
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘Taxes, benefits and retirement income incentives’, conference on How Does the
Interaction of State and Private Pensions Affect Incentives to Work and Save?, Pensions Policy
Institute, May
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘The adequacy and distribution of retirement resources in England’, Pensions
Reform Steering Group, Department for Work and Pensions, 27 October; presentation to
Stephen Timms MP (Pensions Minister), 24 November
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘The public finances and Budget 2005’, Foreign Press Association, London,
March
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘The public finances and the 2005 Pre-Budget Report’, presentation to
journalists at the BBC in advance of the PBR, BBC TV Centre, White City, London, 23
November
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘The public finances’, IFS Green Budget briefing, 26 January
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘The public finances’, IFS press briefing, run-up to the 2005 general election, 21
April
Emmerson, C. (2005), ‘UK public pension reform: what effect on the finances of pensioners?’, Ageing
Society, NETSPAR conference, Tilburg University, Netherlands, January; Public Policy
Perspectives on Pensions Reform, London School of Economics, March
Emmerson, C. (2006), ‘The public finances’, IFS post Budget briefing
Emmerson, C. and Frayne, C. (2001), ‘Options for Budget 2001’, presentation given to BBC
journalists, White City, 27 February 2001 and Millbank, 28 February.
Emmerson, C. and Middleton, S. (2003), ‘Evaluation of Education Maintenance Allowance pilots’,
University of Surrey Sociology Department, ESRC seminar series, 12 November.
Emmerson, C., ‘Government spending and the public finances’, Oxford and Cambridge Public
Economics lecture series, ‘Topics in the Application of Economics’.
Emmerson, C., ‘Impact of the pension credit’, presentation to the House of Commons DWP Select
Committee, 27 October.
Emmerson, C., ‘International trends and the need for comparative research’, Age Concern conference,
London, 10 February.
Emmerson, C., ‘Mix of UK pension provision: trends and consequences’, Public Economics Working
Group, Essex University, 9 December.
Emmerson, C., ‘Pensions, pensioners and pensions policy: financial security in UK retirement saving?’,
ESRC Policy Seminar, Whitehall, London, 25 March.
Emmerson, C., ‘Public sector spending: the bigger picture’, Financing the Public Sector, Leasinglife
conference, London, 27 April.
Emmerson, C., ‘Public spending’, IFS Post Budget Report Briefing, IFS, London, 18 March.
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Emmerson, C., ‘Public spending’, IFS Post Spending Review Briefing, IFS, London, 13 July.
Emmerson, C., ‘Retiring later?’, Work Foundation conference, London, 21 July.
Emmerson, C., ‘Social security and the well-being of the elderly in the UK’, NBER International
Social Security group annual meeting, London, 29 May.
Emmerson, C., ‘Tax and spend: the Budget and the battleground’, presentation to BBC journalists,
White City, London, 11 March.
Emmerson, C., ‘UK pensions policy and implications for retirement saving decisions’, Standard Life
fringe meeting at the Labour Party Conference, Brighton, 27 September.
Emmerson, C., ‘UK public pension reform: what effect on the finances of pensioners?’, British
Association Festival of Science, Exeter University, 7 September.
Emmerson, C., ‘Uncertainty in the forecasts’, IFS Post Pre-Budget Report Briefing, IFS, London, 3
December.
Fitzsimons, E. (2003), ‘The effects of risk on education and child labour’, UCL Development and
Growth seminar, London, February 2003. — Econometric Society Winter European Meeting,
Madrid, October.
Fitzsimons, E. (2003), ‘The impact of a conditional education subsidy on the activities of young
adults’, Dublin Economic Workshop, Dublin, March.
Fitzsimons, E. (2004), ‘Funding higher education’, Public Economics Lectures, Oxford and
Cambridge.
Fitzsimons, E. (2005), ‘Funding higher education’, IFS, London, February.
Fitzsimons, E. and Simpson, H. (2005), ‘The impact of the Employer Training Pilots on the take-up of
training among employers and employees’, IFS seminar series, January
Franyne, C. (2004), ‘The public finances’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Frayne, C. (2001), ‘The economic year ahead’, presentation given to the Hansard Society’s Coming
Year in Parliament Conference, July.
Frayne, C. (2002), ‘Fiscal policy since 1997’, Public Economics Lectures, Oxford and Cambridge.
Frayne, C. (2003), ‘Planning the public finances’, IFS Green Budget conference, 29 January.
Frayne, C. (2003), ‘The public finances’, IFS post Budget briefing
Frayne, C. (2003), ‘The public finances’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Frayne, C. (2004), ‘The public finances’, IFS post Budget briefing
Frayne, C. (2005), ‘Meeting the Golden Rule?’, IFS post Budget briefing
Frayne, C. (2005), ‘The fiscal rules’, IFS post Pre-Budget Report briefing
Frayne, C., ‘The impact of financial incentives on education participation’, conference on research in
economic theory and econometrics, Syros, Greece, 14 July.
Goodman, A. (2003), ‘Child poverty: an update’, IFS poverty briefing, 13 March 2003.
Goodman, A. (2005), ‘Higher education funding policy: who wins and who loses?’, IFS briefing, 18
March
Goodman, A. (2005), Department for Education and Skills, Economists Away Day, 12 August
Goodman, A. (2005), ESRC Public Policy Seminar on Income Distribution and Poverty, Belfast,
Northern Ireland, February
Goodman, A. (2005), Help the Aged, Pensioner Poverty, 22 September
Goodman, A. (2005), IFS launch of report on Parental Background and Child Outcomes, 30 September
Goodman, A. (2005), Oxford University Business Economics Programme, 18 July
Goodman, A. (2006), ‘Early quantitative evidence on the impact of the 'Pathways to Work' pilots’,
WPEG (Work and Pensions Economics Group) conference, July 2006, at the University of Kent
at Canterbury
Goodman, A. (2006), ‘Spending on schools’, IFS post Budget briefing
Griffith, R. (1999), ‘Productivity and foreign ownership’, ARD conference, London, February 1999;
CEPR ERWIT Conference, Bergen, June 1999; Warwick Summer School, Warwick, July 1999;
NBER Summer Institute, Boston, July.
Griffith, R. (2001), ‘Do countries compete for capital?’, part of the project ‘Nation States Versus
Global Markets: Policy Issues and Institutional Changes’, funded by the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs in Norway, Bergen, 30 October.
Griffith, R. (2002), ‘Does international tax competition explain recent policy reforms?’, Economic
Policy, 13 April.
Griffith, R. (2002), ‘Product market competition and productivity’, HM Treasury, 10 January 2002;
Tilburg, 28 May.
Griffith, R. (2002), ‘Product market competition, efficiency and agency costs’, Glasgow, 7 March
2002; Tilberg, 29 May 2002; Copenhagen, 6 June.
Griffith, R. (2002), ‘Regional Selective Assistance and plant location’, Greece, CEPR, 19 September.
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Griffith, R. (2003), ‘Regional Selective Assistance and firm location’, Athens University, 10 April
2003; Frontier Economics, London, 18 June.
Griffith, R. (2003), ‘Vertical integration, holdup and technology: what do we learn from micro data?’,
European Economic Association Congress, Stockholm, 20–24 August 2003.
Griffith, R. (2003), discussion of 3 year Evidence Based Policy project funded by HMT/DTI/ONS at
conference, 31 October.
Griffith, R. (2005), Invited Speaker, European Economic Association Annual Meeting, Amsterdam,
August
Griffith, R. (2005), Keynote Speaker, European Area Business Cycle Network, Helsinki, November
Griffith, R. (2005), Keynote Speaker, ZEW conference on the Economics of Innovation and Patenting,
Mannheim, September
Griffith, R. and Harrison, R., ‘Measuring competition’, Competition Commission, 14 December.
Griffith, R. and Klemm, A. (2003), ‘What has been the tax competition experience of the last 20
years?’, American Enterprise Institute, 9 December.
Griffith, R., Harrison, R. and Hawkins, M. (2003), ‘The organisation of R&D in UK firms and its
relationship to the manufacturing base’, Royal Economic Society Annual Conference, Warwick,
April.
Griffith, R., Harrison, R. and Van Reenen, J. (2003), ‘Technology sourcing’, Stockholm Business
School (HHS), 3 September.
Griffith, R., Harrison, R. and Van Reenen, J. (2003), ‘Technology sourcing: an empirical analysis using
firm-level patent data’, ZEW Workshop on Empirical Economics of Innovation and Patenting,
Mannheim, 14–15 March 2003; 4th INIR Workshop, The Economics of Knowledge Spillovers,
Université Libre de Bruxelles, 13 September.
Griffith, R., presentation of work on vertical integration and outsourcing, meeting of the European
Commission High Level Group of Experts on Globalisation and Outsourcing, hosted by EC
member Mr. Erkki Liikanen, 14 April.
Griffith, R., presentation, Productivity Seminar organised by the ESRC at HM Treasury, September.
Griffith, R., Redding, S. and Simpson, H. (2002), ‘Productivity catchup at plant level’, Royal
Economic Society, 25 March.
Griffith, R., Redding, S. and Van Reenen, J. (1999), ‘Mapping the two faces of R&D: productivity
growth in a panel of OECD industries’, NBER Summer Institute, Boston, July.
Griffith, R., Redding, S. and Van Reenen, J. (2001), ‘Mapping the two faces of R&D: productivity
growth in a panel of OECD industries’, presented at: American Economic Association
Meetings, New Orleans, January 2001; Dynamics, Economic Growth, and International Trade
(DEGIT), Vienna, June.
Griffith, R., Simpson, S. and Windmeijer, F. (2002), ‘Understanding productivity differences between
foreign and domestic firms’, CEPR/ESRC Labour Economics Workshop, 11 October.
Harrison, R. (2005), ‘Background facts and comments on “Supporting growth in innovation: enhancing
the R&D tax credit”’, joint workshop with HM Treasury, ICA, October
Harrison, R. (2005), ‘Product market reform, innovation and EU productivity growth’, DG EcFin
conference on Product Market Reform, European Commission, Brussels, November
Harrison, R. (2005), ‘Productivity and government policy towards R&D’, IFS, London, February.
Harrison, R., ‘Does innovation stimulate employment? A firm-level analysis using comparable micro
data from four European countries’, University of Tilburg, Netherlands,
Harrison, R., ‘How special is the special relationship? Using the impact of US R&D spillovers on UK
firms as a test of technology sourcing’, World Intellectual Property Organisation, Geneva,
October.
Harrison, R., ‘How special is the special relationship? Using the impact of US R&D spillovers on UK
firms as a test of technology sourcing’, European Economic Association, Madrid, August.
Harrison, R., ‘Productivity and government policy towards R&D’, Public Economics Lectures, Oxford
and Cambridge.
Haskel, J., Hawkes, D. and Pereira, S. (2003), ‘Skills and productivity in the UK using matched
establishment, worker and workforce data’, Department of Trade and Industry, Comparative
Analysis of Enterprise Data conference, City University, September 2003; conference, London
School of Economics, November.
Hindriks, J. and Myles, G. (2000), ‘Strategic inter-regional transfers’, Stanford Institute of Theoretical
Economics, Stanford,.
Horstmann, I. and Scharf, K. (2000), ‘The new federalism: distributional conflict, voluntarism and
segregation’, presented at Alabama, Stanford, Toronto, Western Ontario, Queens, UBC, Simon
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Fraser, Colorado, Copenhagen, IFS, Bristol, Exeter, Birmingham, Maynooth, 2000 Econometric
Society Meetings in Boston (invited).
Horstmann, I., Scharf, K. and Slivinski, A. (2001), ‘Voluntarism and segregation’, presented at the
2001 Econometric Society Meetings in New Orleans (invited), Munich, Lausanne, Stockholm.
Kaplan, G. (2003), ‘Buy now, pay later or HE for free?’, IFS conference ‘Assessment of the Higher
Education Funding Proposals’, 25 June.
Klemm, A. (2003), ‘Corporate tax reform’, IFS Green Budget conference, 29 January.
Klemm, A. (2003), ‘Effective tax rates and tax incidence’, OECD workshop on tax burden measures
relevant to FDI, Paris, May.
Klemm, A. (2003), ‘Formulary apportionment’, CEPS, Task force on tax harmonisation meeting,
Brussels, May.
Klemm, A. (2005), ‘The effects of dividend taxes on equity prices: a re-examination of the 1997 UK
tax reform’, Econometric Society World Congress, University College London, August
Klemm, A., ‘Dividend taxation in a global market: evidence from the UK’, IMF Tax Policy Seminar,
IMF, Washington, 11 March.
Klemm, A., ‘Economic principles for tax base definitions’, Task Force on Tax Base Harmonisation,
CEPS, Brussels, 15 September.
Klemm, A., ‘The Russian flat tax reform: an assessment’, conference on tax systems in competition
and countries in transition, University of Heidelberg and Zagreb School of Economics and
Management, Zagreb, 18 June.
Klemm, A., ‘The Russian flat tax reform: an assessment’, OECD Working Party no. 2 of the
Committee of Fiscal Affairs, Paris, 11 November.
Klemm, A., ‘What has been the tax competition experience of the last 25 years?’, conference on tax
competition in the EU25, CEPII and CERGE-EI, Prague, 16 December.
Leicester, A. (2003), ‘The taxation of housing’, IFS Green Budget conference, 29 January.
Leicester, A. (2004), ‘The taxation of housing’, IFS Green Budget 2004 launch, Institute for Fiscal
Studies, London, January.
Leicester, A., ‘Inequality and 25 years of British tax–benefit reforms’, IFS conference (part of Social
Science Week), Institute for Fiscal Studies, London, 23 June.
Leicester, A., ‘The taxation of housing’, presentation given at HM Treasury, July.
Love, S., ‘The public finances and the 2004 Budget’, Foreign Press Association, 16 April.
Low, H. (2000), NBER Consumption Workshop, July.
Low, H. (2000), Public Economics Working Group, February.
Low, H. (2000), Royal Economic Society, July.
Low, H. (2000), Winter Meeting, Econometric Society, January.
Low, H. (2002), ‘Estimating Euler equations’, Stanford University, November.
Low, H. (2002), ‘Returns to experience and female labour supply’, University of Cambridge,
November.
Low, H. (2002), ‘Wage risk, employment risk and precautionary saving’, Centre for
Microeconometrics Workshop on Unemployment Insurance, Copenhagen, May 2002; NBER
Summer Institute, Cambridge, MA, July 2002; University of Salerno, October.
Low, H., ‘Explaining changes in female labour supply in a life-cycle model’, Stockholm School of
Economics.
Low, H., ‘How effective are in-work tax credits?’, London School of Economics.
Low, H., ‘Why might unemployment insurance matter? Credit constraints and the cost of saving’,
Helsinki University.
Meghir, C. (2002), ‘The permanent income hypothesis: a retrospective’, Conference in Honour of
Milton Friedman, Chicago, November.
Meghir, C. (2005), ‘Changes in the distribution of male and female wages accounting for employment
composition using bounds’, invited paper, Hong Kong Economic Association, January
Meghir, C. (2005), ‘Dynamic models for policy evaluation’, invited lecture, World Congress of the
Econometric Society, August; Cowles Foundation Seminar, October
Meghir, C. and Pistaferri, L. (2002), ‘Income variance dynamics and heterogeneity’, invited paper, The
Econometrics of Panel Data, Berlin, June.
Meghir, C. and Taylor, J. (1999), ‘Parental investments and adult health outcomes’, Eighth European
Workshop on Econometrics and Health Economics, Catania, September.
Meghir, C., ‘Changes in the distribution of male and female wages accounting for employment
composition using bounds’, Invited Lecture, European Association of Labour Economists,
Lisbon, 9–12 September.
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Meghir, C., ‘Changes in the distribution of male and female wages accounting for employment
composition using bounds’, Invited Lecture, ESEM Conference, Madrid, 20–24 August.
Meghir, C., ‘The impact of the education maintenance allowance on school participation’, Institute of
Education Workshop on Incentives to Participate in Education, London, 9 March.
Mesnard, A. (2005), ‘The evaluation of the Familias en Acción programme in Colombia: do
conditional subsidies improve education, health and nutrition outcomes?’, IFS, London,
January.
Miles, D. (2001), ‘Should monetary policy be different in a greyer world?’, presented at Deutsche
Bundesbank, May.
Miles, D. (2001), ‘The influence of ageing on capital accumulation’, presented at Kiel Week
conference, June.
Myck, M. (2002), ‘The UK approach and tools to monitor tax–benefit reform’, as part of seminar on
Monitoring EU Tax/Benefit Systems, European Commission, Brussels, June.
Myck, M. (2003), ‘A dynamic model of labour market transitions’, seminar, Department for Work and
Pensions, June 2003; seminar, HM Treasury, September.
Myck, M. (2003), ‘Modelling labour supply of individuals in couples’, seminar, Warsaw University,
May.
Myck, M. (2003), ‘Sharing the nation’s prosperity? Pensioner poverty in Britain’, IFS poverty briefing,
13 March.
Myck, M., ‘Welfare-to-work: evaluating the New Deal’, Oxford and Cambridge Public Economics
lecture series, ‘Topics in the Application of Economics’.
Myles, G. (2000), ‘Economic mismeasurement and the bias in policy choice’, Public Economic Theory
Conference, University of Warwick,.
Myles, G. (2001), ‘Tax and benefit competition’, presented at Econometric Society, New Orleans,
January.
Myles, G. (2002), ‘Clubs and voting’, Journées d’Economie Publique Louis-André Gérard-Varet,
Marseilles, May.
Myles, G. (2002), ‘The news systems competition’, Volkswirtschaftliche Tagung, Vienna, June.
Myles, G. and Uyduranoglu, A. (2002), ‘Taxation and switching’, Association of Public Economic
Theory Conference, Paris, July.
Nickell, S., Redding, S. and Swaffield, J. (2000), ‘Educational attainment and specialisation in OECD
countries’, CEPR European Research Workshop in International Trade, Copenhagen, June.
Oldfield, Z. (2002), ‘Not so brief lives: the danger of underestimating how long we will live’, press
briefing on the ‘Seven Ages of Man and Woman’ (part of Social Science Week), 18 June.
Oldfield, Z. (2003), ‘Inequality into the 21st century: recent trends in the distribution of income and
expenditure’, IFS conference (part of Social Science Week), Institute for Fiscal Studies,
London, 23 June.
Oldfield, Z. (2005), ‘Prepared for retirement?’, IFS, London, October.
Overman, H., Redding, S. and Venables, A. (2001), ‘The geography of trade, production, and income:
a survey of empirics’, presented at Spring International Trade and Investment Meeting, NBER,
Cambridge, Massachusetts, March.
Paull, G. (2002), ‘Biases in the reporting of labour market dynamics’, Essex University, December.
Paull, G. (2002), ‘Mothers’ employment and childcare use in Britain’, Nuffield Foundation, November.
Paull, G. (2002), ‘Newborns and new schools: critical times in women’s employment’, Gender
Research Forum, London, November.
Paull, G. (2002), ‘The role of employment experience in explaining the gender wage gap’, AEA
Conference, Econometrics of Wages, Brussels, May.
Preston, I. (2002), ‘Demand, childbirth and the cost of babies: evidence from Spanish panel data’,
Microeconometric Models and Simulation Tools for Fiscal Policy, Instituto de Estudios
Fiscales, Madrid, 24 May.
Preston, I. (2002), ‘The effects of migration on European labour markets’, Mercado de Trabajo:
Situación Actual y Perspectives, Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, Comunidad
Valenciana, Valencia, 20 November.
Preston, I. (2003), ‘Electoral systems and policy outcomes’, Public Economics Working Group,
University of Warwick.
Preston, I. 2003, ‘The local labour market impact of immigration in the UK’, Special Session on
Economics of Immigration, Royal Economic Society, University of Warwick.
Preston, I., ‘Deadweight loss and taxation of unearned income: evidence from tax records of the UK
self employed’, Transatlantic Public Economics Seminar, London, 15–17 May 2002.
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Redding, S. (1999), ‘The dynamics of international specialisation’, CEPR European Research
Workshop in International Trade, Bergen, Norway, June 1999; Tilburg Conference on
Dynamics, Economic Growth, and International Trade, Tilburg, July.
Redding, S. (1999), ‘The dynamics of international specialisation’, Empirical Investigations in
International Trade Conference, Purdue, Indiana, November.
Redding, S. (2003), ‘Factor price equalization in the UK? A general test and evidence’, University of
Oxford, October.
Redding, S. (2003), ‘Product choice and product switching’, Department of Economics seminar, Penn
State University, April 2003; Trade Seminar, Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, April 2003;
RLAB Conference, London School of Economics, June 2003; International Economics Field
Seminar, October.
Redding, S. (2003), ‘The geography of urban development: evidence from German division and
reunification’, CEPR Economics of Cities Conference, London School of Economics, June
2003; conference on Economic Geography, Hong Kong, December.
Redding, S. (2003), ‘The unequal effects of liberalization: theory and evidence from India’,
Department of Economics seminar, University College London, March 2003; Canadian Institute
for Advanced Research Conference, Toronto, March 2003; Economics of Industrial
Development Conference, London, November.
Redding, S. and Venables, A. (2000), ‘Economic geography and international inequality’, CEPR
Discussion Paper no. 2568. This paper was presented at CEPR European Research Workshop in
International Trade, Copenhagen, June.
Redding, S. and Venables, A. (2001), ‘Economic geography and international inequality’, presented at:
conference on Empirical Investigations in International Trade, Boulder, Colorado, November
2000; CEP Stoke Rochford Conference, Stoke Rochford, May 2001; CEP RLAB conference,
London, July 2001; European Economic Association conference, Lausanne, August.
Redding, S., ‘Path dependence and endogenous growth’, paper accepted for the European Economic
Association Conference, Santiago de Compostela, September 1999.
Redoano, M. and Scharf, K. (2000), ‘The political economy of policy centralisation: direct versus
representative democracy’, presented at Milan, IFS, Warwick.
Reed, H. (1999), ‘Entering work and the British tax and benefit system’, Applied Econometrics
Association Conference, Pau, May.
Reed, H. (1999), ‘Training and higher education’, Oxford and Cambridge Public Economics lecture
series, ‘Topics in the Application of Economics’.
Reed, H. (2003), ‘Estimating and testing a dynamic model of labour market entry and exit and the tax
and benefit system’, seminar, Department for Work and Pensions, July 2003; seminar, HM
Treasury, September.
Reed, H. (2003), ‘Poverty traps and work incentives for disabled people’, Department for Work and
Pensions seminar on Disabled Parents and Employment, November.
Rohwedder, S. ‘The pensions debate’, Oxford and Cambridge Public Economics lecture series,
‘Topics in the Application of Economics’.
Scharf, K. (2000), APET 2000, Warwick University, June.
Scharf, K. (2000), CEPR Public Policy Symposium, Madrid, September.
Scharf, K. (2000), CEPR/Toulouse conference on Institutions of Restraint, Toulouse, June.
Scharf, K. (2000), invited presentation, Econometric Society Meetings, Boston, August.
Shaw, J. (2005), ‘Inequality and poverty’, IFS, London, January.
Shephard, A., ‘Inequality and living standards’, Public Economics Lectures, Oxford and Cambridge.
Shorrocks, A. F. (1998), ‘Decomposition procedures for distributional analysis: a unified framework
based on the Shapley value’, invited lecture, Latin American and Caribbean Economic
Association Meetings, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 1998.
Shorrocks, A. F. and Davies, J. (1999), ‘The distribution of wealth’, Conference on Intergenerational
Transfers, Taxes and the Distribution of Wealth, Uppsala, Sweden, June.
Shorrocks, A. F., ‘Analysing poverty’, keynote address, Conference of the National Association of
Students of Economics of Mexico, Merida, Yucatan, October.
Sianesi, B. (2002), ‘Differential effects of Swedish active labour market programmes for unemployed
adults during the 1990s’, 2nd Villa Mondragone Workshop in Economic Theory and
Econometrics, Frascati (Rome), 8–10 July 2002; Network of Excellence, ‘The Evaluation of
Labour Market Policies’, Amsterdam, 17–18 October 2002; selected for the Econometric
Society Winter European Meeting, CEU Budapest, 7–9 November 2002; UCL Applied Micro
Seminar, 28 November.
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Sianesi, B. (2002), ‘Evaluating the impact of education on earnings in the UK: models, methods and
results from the NCDS’, conference on Returns to Education, CEE, 15 November.
Sianesi, B. (2002), ‘Measuring policy impact: using propensity score matching’, Cabinet Office,
CMPS, 25 February.
Sianesi, B. (2003), ‘Differential effects of Swedish active labour market programmes for unemployed
adults during the 1990s’, ESEM conference, Stockholm, 21 August 2003; Labour Economics
Workshop ‘Brucchi Luchino’, Milan, 12–13 December.
Sianesi, B. (2003), ‘Evaluating the impact of education on earnings in the UK: models, methods and
results from the NCDS’, Policy Studies Institute, 5 June.
Sianesi, B. (2003), panel discussant, seminar, ‘Human Capital, Employment, Productivity and Growth;
Phase II at National Level’, European Commission, Employment and Social Affairs DG,
Brussels, 21 March.
Sianesi, B. (2005), ‘Differential effects of active labour market programmes for the unemployed’, HM
Treasury, 14 July
Sianesi, B. (2005), ‘Early education and children’s outcomes: how long do the impacts last?’, Bristol
University, 18 October
Sianesi, B. (2005), ‘Misreported schooling and returns to educational qualifications in the UK’, Second
Joint World Meeting of SOLE/EALE, San Francisco, 2–5 June; Policy Studies Institute,
London, 30 September; conference on Econometric Evaluation of Public Policies: Methods and
Applications, ADRES, Paris, 14–16 December
Sianesi, B. (2005), ‘The empirical evaluation of labour market programmes’, Congress Centre of
Bundesagentur für Arbeit (Federal Employment Agency), Nuremberg, 16–17 June
Sianesi, B. (2005), ‘The role of credit constraints in educational choices: evidence from the NCDS and
BCS70’, IFS conference on Parental Background and Child Outcomes: Does Money Matter and
What Else Matters?, 30 September
Sianesi, B., ‘Differential effects of Swedish active labour market programmes for unemployed adults
during the 1990s’, Nordic Conference 2004 on the Effects of Labour Market Policy and
Education, Schäffergaarden, Denmark, 26–28 February.
Sianesi, B., ‘Evaluating the impact of education on earnings in the UK: models, methods and results
from the NCDS’, IDEA (ISFOL Debates on Evaluation) Seminar, National ESF Evaluation
Unit, Rome, 18 October.
Sianesi, B., ‘Misreported schooling and returns to educational qualifications in the UK’, econometrics
lunch seminar, University College London and IFS, 16 November.
Sianesi, B., ‘Returns to education: a non-technical summary of the CEE work and policy discussion’,
Seminar on Returns to Workforce Skills, Department for Trade and Industry, 9 March.
Simpson, H. (2001), ‘Productivity growth: evidence from plants’, presented to economists in the
Northern Ireland civil service, Belfast, April.
Simpson, H. (2001), ‘The geography of firm formation’, presented at London School of Economics,
CEP Friday Seminar Series, June.
Simpson, H. (2001), ‘Understanding productivity differences between foreign and domestic firms’,
Network of Industrial Economists, Multinationals and FDI conference, Birmingham University,
December.
Simpson, H. (2002), ‘Foreign ownership and technological convergence at the micro-level’, meeting of
network ‘Employment and Innovation in EU Firms’, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, December
2001; ARD conference, Nottingham University, January.
Simpson, H. (2002), ‘Regional Selective Assistance, agglomeration and firm location’, GEP Seminar
Series, Nottingham University, November.
Simpson, H. (2002), ‘Tax incentives for research and development’, OECD, Paris, June.
Simpson, H. (2003), ‘Regional Selective Assistance, agglomeration and firm formation’, Comparative
Analysis of Enterprise Data conference, London, September.
Simpson, H. (2003), ‘The 0% rate of corporation tax’, IFS Green Budget conference, 29 January.
Simpson, H. (2003), organised a Special Session: ‘Regional Variation in Employment, Wages and
Production Activity in the UK’, Royal Economic Society Conference, Warwick University,
April.
Simpson, H. (2005), ‘Firm location decisions, regional grants and agglomeration externalities’,
CEPR/CPPR conference on Regional Development at the Periphery: Theory, Policy and
Measurement, Glasgow, February; HM Treasury, June; Econometric Society World Congress,
London, August
Simpson, H. (2005), ‘Foreign direct investment in Great Britain’, UK Trade and Investment workshop,
Department of Trade and Industry, March
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Simpson, H. (2005), ‘Service sector productivity’, and ‘Foreign Direct Investment and Productivity’;
two presentations at Sector Skills Development Agency research conference, Manchester,
March.
Simpson, H. (2005), ‘University research and the location of business R&D’, Innovation, Productivity
and Growth seminar, University of Oxford, November
Simpson, H. (2005), ‘Within industry productivity dynamics: technology convergence and persistent
dispersion’, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, April; European Trade Study Group
conference, Dublin, September
Simpson, H., ‘Assessing policy intervention in exports and FDI’, DTI UK Trade and Investment
workshop, November.
Simpson, H., ‘Designing an evaluation of the SMEs R&D tax credit’, DTI Evaluating Business Support
Policies conference, February.
Simpson, H., ‘Government policy and productivity’, Oxford and Cambridge Public Economics lecture
series, ‘Topics in the Application of Economics’.
Simpson, H., ‘Regional Selective Assistance, agglomeration and firm formation’, Regional Data and
Analysis workshop, Office for National Statistics, London, July.
Simpson, H., ‘Regional Selective Assistance, agglomeration and firm formation’, CEPR Integration
and Technological Change: Challenges for European Regions conference, Paris, June.
Simpson, H., presentation, Productivity Seminar organised by the ESRC at HM Treasury.
Slade, M., ‘The role of economic space in decision making’, ADRES Lecture, Paris, January.
Smith, Z. (2003), ‘Taxing alcohol and cigarettes’, Oxford and Cambridge Public Economics lecture
series, ‘Topics in the Application of Economics’.
Söderbom, M. (2005), ‘Adjustment costs and the estimation of Cobb Douglas production functions’,
Econometric Society World Congress, University College London, August
Tanner, S. (1999), ‘Micro-modelling of retirement, the UK’, NBER International Social Security
Conference, Paris, January.
Tanner, S. (1999), ‘Who will be a stakeholder, prospects for pension reform?’, New Statesman Annual
Conference, London, September.
Tetlow, G. (2005), ‘Methodology for calculating pension wealth from the English Longitudinal Study
of Ageing (ELSA)’, Department for Work and Pensions, 11 February
Tetlow, G. (2005), ‘Prepared for retirement?’, IFS, London, October
Violante, G. (1999), ‘Severance payment in search economies with limited bonding’, Society of
Economic Dynamics and Control, Alghero, June.
Violante, G. (1999), ‘Technology, knowledge and within-group inequality’, Conference on Inequality,
MacArthur Foundation, May 1999; Conference on Technology, Growth and Human Capital,
Hebrew University, July.
Wakefield, M. (2002), ‘Pension provision and household saving’, Age Concern (England) seminar on
Future Pension Provision, 4 September.
Wakefield, M. (2002), ‘The Saving Gateway and the Child Trust Fund: a critique’, End Child
Poverty/Institute for Public Policy Research conference, Asset-Based Welfare and Child
Poverty, 18 September.
Wakefield, M. (2003), ‘Measures affecting households’, IFS Budget briefing, 10 April.
Wakefield, M. (2003), ‘Measures affecting households’, IFS post Budget briefing
Wakefield, M. (2003), ‘Pensions and savings in the UK’, Public Economics Lectures, Oxford and
Cambridge.
Wakefield, M. (2005), ‘Pensions and savings in the UK’, IFS, London, March,
http://www.ifs.org.uk/lectures/mattw_2005.pdf
Wakefield, M. (2005), ‘Public policy and saving for retirement: evidence from the introduction of
stakeholder pensions in the UK’, Royal Economic Society annual conference, 22 March; Centre
for Applied Microeconomics (CAM), University of Copenhagen, 2 June
Walker, I. (2001), ‘Wages, work and education’, American Economic Association conference, New
Orleans, January.
Walker, I. ‘Estimating risk aversion from gameshow data’ focusing on the importance of risk aversion
for PFI, HM Treasury.
Walker, I., ‘Are poor parents poor at parenting or do they need more money?’, IGPM, WBS, University
of Keele.
Walker, I., ‘Conceptualising water poverty’, NERC Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford.
Walker, I., ‘Early school leaving and parental background’, ISSC, UC Dublin; IZA, Bonn.
Walker, I., ‘Education under uncertainty’ concentrating on the implications for HE funding,
Department for Education and Skills.
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Walker, I., ‘Estimating altruism from household spending responses to in-kind transfers to children’,
ESRC EBP Network, QMC.
Walker, I., ‘The impact of disability on work and wages’, University of Aarhus.
Walker, I., ‘Who benefits from child benefit?’, Department for Work and Pensions.
Walker, I., ‘Who really wants to be a millionaire? Evidence of risk aversion from gameshow data’,
CAM, University of Copenhagen; University of Coventry; University of East Anglia; University
of Essex.
Walker, I., general talk on EBP, Lord Chancellor’s Department.
Walker, I., talk on lottery economics, University of Warwick (Tufton St. conference centre) Policy
Briefing.
Walker, I., talk on risk and public policy, ‘Speakeasy’ to local business people, University of Warwick.
Walker, R. (1999), ‘Workfare: thanks and no thanks’, Graduate Seminar, School of Public Policy,
Maryland University, Baltimore County, 3 November.
Walker, R. (1999), guest presentation, ‘Will ONE be Effective?’, Queen Mary and Westfield Public
Policy Seminar, London, 12 October.
Walker, R. (1999), keynote presentation, ‘Evaluation in the new policy environment’, British
Evaluation Society, Edinburgh, December.
Walker, R. (1999), keynote presentation, ‘Work patterns and the consequences for social security’,
European Institute of Social Security Conference, Cyprus, 6 October.
Walker, R. (1999), session organiser and selected paper, Annual Conference of the Association of
Public Policy Analysis and Management, Washington, 4–6 November.
Walker, R. (2000), ‘After work, beyond welfare’, presented to an IFS International Seminar, London,
May.
Walker, R. (2000), ‘Social security research and evaluation’, presented to the Social Security Advisory
Committee, Hitchin Priory, 8 June.
Walker, R. (2000), ‘Transatlantic policy transfer loops: reforming welfare’, presented at the
Comparative Social Policy Conference, University of Stirling, July.
Walker, R. (2000), guest presentation, ‘Great expectations: can social science evaluate New Labour’s
policies?’, Royal Statistical Society conference on evaluation, London, 4 July.
Walker, R. (2000), invited paper, German Historical Institute seminar on Learning from Diversity in
Federal Systems, Washington, DC, November.
Walker, R. (2001), ‘Does the welfare state create a dependency culture?’, presented at Rotherham
Metropolitan Borough Council conference on Welfare Rights and Money Advice, Rotherham,
March.
Walker, R. (2001), ‘Sustainable employment: what can we say?’, invited opening address to a joint
Department for Education and Employment / Department of Social Security seminar on Lone
Parents and Employment Sustainability, University of Loughborough, May.
Walker, R. (2001), ‘The New Labour of research: lessons from 1997 to 2001’, invited opening address,
Government Social Research Conference, Newcastle, Northern Ireland, June.
Walker, R. (2005), Invited Discussant, IFS Residential Conference, Give and Take: Family, Policy and
the Law, New Hall, Cambridge, 14–16 April
Windmeijer, F. (2000), ‘Criterion-based inference for GMM in autoregressive panel data models’, 9th
International Conference on Panel Data, Geneva, June 2000, and World Congress of the
Econometric Society, Seattle, August.
Windmeijer, F. (2000), ‘Identifying demand for health resources using waiting times information’,
Bergen Workshop in Health Economics, Bergen, May.
Windmeijer, F. (2001), ‘Cigarette taxes and smoking behaviour in the UK’, presented at International
Health Economics Association Third International Conference, York, July.
Windmeijer, F. (2001), ‘Finite sample inference for GMM estimators in linear panel data models’,
Econometric Society European Meeting, Lausanne, August.
Windmeijer, F. (2003), ‘Bootstrapping for GMM: a comparison of alternative inference procedures’,
ESEM, Stockholm, August.
Windmeijer, F. (2003), ‘Health care econometrics with patient level data’, invited pre-conference
educational session, Third European Conference on the Economics of Cancer, Brussels,
September.
Windmeijer, F. (2003), ‘Pharmaceutical promotion and GP prescription behaviour’, iHEA conference,
San Francisco, June.
Windmeijer, F. (2003), ‘The impact of patient, hospital and ward characteristics on surgical outcomes
over a 10-year period’, iHEA conference, San Francisco, June.
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