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IFS Green Budget 2021

Christian Schulz, Benjamin Nabarro, Ben Zaranko and Isabel Stockton

You can download the event's slides here.

(You can download the Citi disclosures for Ben Nabarro here and Christian Schulz here.)

The IFS Green Budget 2021, in association with Citi and with funding from the Nuffield Foundation, analysed the ongoing impacts of the pandemic, its economic legacy, and the big decisions confronting Chancellor Rishi Sunak as he prepares for his upcoming Budget and Spending Review and aims to secure a lasting recovery, tackle inequalities that have widened over the past 18 months, and deliver on the Government’s other objectives and priorities.

The findings from chapters covering the economic and fiscal outlook and the forthcoming Spending Review were presented at the event, alongside the book that has been launched.

Green Budget chapters covering pressures on the NHS, the outlook for local governmentthe end of the furlough scheme, and tax policies to help achieve net zero carbon emissions have been released in the run up to publication of the book.

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