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Simulating current and future changes to the distribution of income in the UK

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This presentation was delivered in Brussels on 21st November 2012, at the EUROMOD Analytical Conference hosted by the European Commission Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities.
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IFS Working Paper WP19/29
This paper investigates how diļ¬€erent income shocks shape consumption dynamics over the business cycle. First, we break new ground by creating a unique, panel dataset of transitory and permanent income shocks, using subjective income expectations from the Dutch Household Survey.
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The top 1% of income tax payers are overwhelmingly male, middle-aged and based in London and the South East - and there's a huge gap between the merely well off and the very richest.