Jonathan is an Associate Director at IFS and Head of the Retirement, Savings, and Ageing sector. He is a Co-Principal Investigator of the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing and a Director of the Pensions Review, a review of the UK pension system and of the future of financial security in retirement. Most of his research focuses on understanding economic activity in later life, pensions, saving for retirement, and their interactions with public policies. He also leads the Deaton Review Country Studies project, which examines labour market and income inequalities in 17 European and North American countries. He is a former editor of the flagship IFS reports on Living Standards, Inequality, and Poverty.
PhD Economics, University College London, 2020
MRes (Distinction) Economics, University College London, 2014
MPhil (Distinction) Economics, University of Cambridge, 2011
BA (1st Class) Economics, University of Cambridge, 2010