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Reports provide in-depth coverage of findings from substantive research with long-term policy relevance. They are aimed at non-specialists, as well as academics.
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Sarah Cattan, Emla Fitzsimons, Alissa Goodman, Angus Phimister, George Ploubidis and Jasmin Wertz
Through the lottery of birth, children are born into different socio-economic circumstances and grow up in environments that are remarkably different from each other. This report looks at inequalities in early childhood in the UK.
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We quantify the impact of increasing the state pension age from 65 to 66 on household incomes, poverty and public finances, after – in particular – taking into account that some will remain in paid work at age 65 as a result of the reform.
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This report brings together new evidence on these issues to examine the recent trends in, and prospects for, the labour market for people in their 50s and 60s.
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We discuss how the cost of childcare has changed over time, and how it varies across the country and between different types of families.
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Rowena Crawford, Heidi Karjalainen and David Sturrock
In this report, we shed light on this question by examining the spending patterns of current retirees in the UK.
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We consider key factors that have shaped labour market inequality in the United Kingdom over the last four decades, with a focus on technological changes and skill demand, labour market institutions and contract regulation.
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In a new report published today, researchers look at the lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic for the funding arrangements of the devolved governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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Edward Abrokwah, Ebenezer Bob-Eshun, Harriet Conron, Abdul Malik Iddrisu, Daniel Nuer and Ross Warwick
This report analyses Ghana’s customs revenues in historical and international context, before using detailed data to investigate the drivers of revenue in recent years.
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We look at the differences between men and women in all activities that can be labelled as ‘work’.
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This report looks at annual education spending in the UK.