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Do parents tax their children? Part time jobs and the impact on pocket money

A new IZA Discussion Paper by Angus Holford investigates how parents and their teenage children interact to set the amounts of pocket money and part-time work.

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Attendance Allowance: The evidence and the options for local government

Parliamentary launch of new report exploring evidence on Attendance Allowance, and the government’s proposal for transferring it to local authorities.

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New data released from Wave 8 Innovation Panel experiments with Understanding Society

New experiments in survey design and questionnaires within a unique sample of ISER’s huge UK household panel study, Understanding Society

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Can a low-paid job lead onto better things? New study using Understanding Society data

One in five workers in the UK is employed on a low wage - a new analysis finds this can lead on to better employment prospects, depending on where you live

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