Institute for Fiscal Studies
The Journal of Applied Public Economics
ö Survey Under-Coverage of Top Incomes and Estimation of Inequality:
What is the Role of the UK’s SPI Adjustment?
Richard V. Burkhauser , Nicolas Hérault , Stephen P. Jenkins and Roger Wilkins
ö Class Size at University
G e r v a s H u x l e y , J e n n i f e r M a y o , M i k e W . P e a c e y a n d M a d d y R i c h a r d s o n
ö The Many Dimensions of Child Poverty: Evidence from the UK Millennium
A n d r e w D i c k e r s o n a n d G u r l e e n P o p l i
ö Housing and the Tax System: How Large Are the Distortions in the Euro Area?
S e r e n a F a t i c a a n d D o r i s P r a m m e r
ö Fighting Tax Evasion by Discouraging the Use of Cash?
Giovanni Immordino and Francesco Flaviano Russo
ö Land Tax Changes and Full Capitalisation
A n n e K r i s t i n e H ø j , M a d s R a h b e k J ø r g e n s e n a n d P o u l S c h o u
About the Institute for Fiscal Studies
Since its foundation in 1969, IFS has established itself as Britain’s
leading independent microeconomic research institute and as
an authoritative commentator on tax and welfare policy, tax
law, inequality and poverty, pensions, productivity, competition
policy, consumer behaviour, education, the public finances and
Its goal is to promote effective economic and social policies by
understanding better their impact on individuals, families,
businesses and the government’s finances. The Institute’s findings
are based on rigorous analysis, detailed empirical evidence and
in-depth institutional knowledge.
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