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Response of the IFS Tax Law Review Committee to the HMRC consultation: Amending HMRC’s Civil Information Powers published in July 2018 (“the Consultation”)
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A response to the consultation from the Finance Committee of the National Assembly for Wales concerning preparations for replacing European Union funding for Wales
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Chris Belfield, Christine Farquharson and Luke Sibieta
This note was submitted as evidence to the Education Committee Inquiry on School and College Funding.
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We summarise the recent evidence produced by the IFS which relates to the post-18 funding review.
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The Scottish Parliament's Finance and Constitution Committee is seeking views on how EU funding for agriculture, economic development and innovation may be replaced after Brexit. IFS researchers Nicolo Bird and David Phillips have submitted evidence.
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Stuart Adam, Andrew Hood and Robert Joyce
IFS has published research that is relevant to two of the specific questions asked in the inquiry, and that we hope the committee will find helpful
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This is a response by David Phillips, an Associate Director at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), to the government consultation “100% business rates retention: further consultation on the design of the reformed system”. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author only. ...
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The government has recently consulted on the structure of alcohol taxes. This consultation focuses on two issues: (i) the introduction of a new still cider and perry band that would increase the tax on products below 7.5% ABV, and (ii) the introduction of a new still wine band that would reduce the ...
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Mike Brewer, Olga Gdula and Robert Joyce
The government has recently consulted on the structure of alcohol taxes. This consultation focuses on two issues: (i) the introduction of a new still cider and perry band that would increase the tax on products below 7.5% ABV, and (ii) the introduction of a new still wine band that would reduce the ...
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Simon Burgess, Claire Crawford and Lindsey Macmillan
Fifty years ago, entry to state secondary schools in England was decided on the basis of an exam taken at age 11. Those with the highest scores – around 25% of the population – could go to grammar schools (selective state funded schools), while the rest would go to secondary moderns. Children ...
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The Modernising Judicial Terms and Conditions Consultation Document sets out proposals to introduce a new tenure for fee paid office holders, provide for fixed term leadership positions, and modernise judicial terms and conditions. The Tax Law Review Committee is responding to the proposals ...
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Lucie Gadenne, Anders Jensen and David Phillips
The first component of the centre’s work involves partnering with the Governments of Ghana and Ethiopia to co-produce modelling tools and analyses of the key tax and benefit policy and administration issues that these countries face.
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Rowena Crawford, Andrew Hood and Robert Joyce
This is a response by IFS researchers to the Work and Pensions Committee's intergenerational fairness inquiry.
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The Scotland Bill, currently making its way through the Houses of Parliament, will transfer a range of tax and spending powers from Westminster to the Scottish Parliament. At the same time, an adjustment will have to be made to Scotland’s block grant funding from Westminster. Alongside things ...
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Stuart Adam, Andrew Hood and Robert Joyce
This is a response by IFS researchers to the UK Government's consultation 'Pay to Stay: Fairer Rents in Social Housing'.
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Laura Abramovsky, Britta Augsburg and Francisco Oteiza
This report, written in collaboration with Indepth Precision Consulting, Nigeria, presents a detailed description of the baseline data collected as part of the Formal Research Component of WaterAid UK's Project “Sustainable Total Sanitation Nigeria -implementation, learning, research, and ...
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Existing evidence suggests that extra grant revenues lead to little improvements in public services in developing countries - but would governments spend tax revenues differently? This paper considers a program that invests in the tax capacity of Brazilian municipalities.
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We estimate a dynamic model of employment, human capital accumulation - including education, and savings for women in the UK, exploiting policy changes. This was first published as an NBER working paper in March 2015.
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This note examines the public sector pay differential using the latest figures.
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This is a response by the IFS Tax Law Review Committee to the draft provisions and consultation published on 11 December 2012 (The "GAAR Consultation")