Welfare

By David Finch; George Bangham; Toby Phillips

This research paper looks at what people put in and take out from the welfare state over their lifetime, updating…

Read more

By Otto Lehto

The idea of a universal basic income (UBI) is that the state should give to all citizens (or residents) a…

Read more

By Toby Phillips

The implementation of Universal Credit, by combining six in- and out-of-work benefits into one, could provide a much needed refocus…

Read more

By Laura Gardiner; David Finch

Recent strong growth in the incomes of pensioner households and reductions in pensioner poverty are to be welcomed. But set…

Read more

By Laura Gardiner

Beyond facing down expected economic downgrades and clarifying the direction on Brexit, resetting the agenda on intergenerational fairness has emerged…

Read more

By David Finch; Daniel Tomlinson; Mike Brewer

This Autumn marks the point at which the full Universal Credit system – serving all types of cases, rather than…

Read more

By Daniel Mahoney

According to Rupert Harrison, George Osborne’s former special adviser, the triple lock on pensions was a Liberal Democrat demand for…

Read more

By David Finch

Our pre-election series of briefing notes have so far centred on the main parties’ approaches to deficit reduction and to…

Read more

By David Finch; Helena Rose

This report provides an insight into the financial situation of those older low to middle income households highlighting the living…

Read more

Explore our reports

  • Reset
Advanced search