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Taking the Global View - new publication showing our microsimulation work around the world

Our Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis celebrates the advancing geographical reach and policy of impact of our tax-benefit microsimulation model, EUROMOD

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The good news out of lockdown - many families felt closer and happier despite financial uncertainties

New analysis of our latest Covid-19 data from Understanding Society, the UK Household Longitudinal Study

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Beyond averages - Fairness in an economy that works for people

Our Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis contributes to new European Commission publication

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What difference will the COVID Summer Food Fund make to children’s lives? New analysis by Dr Birgitta Rabe and colleagues from IFS

Following a campaign by footballer Marcus Rashford, the government’s COVID Summer Food Fund will provide food vouchers for children from low-income families who are eligible for free school meals. What are the likely results?

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Tributes to Dr Malcolm Brynin

The academic community pays tribute to our longest-serving member of staff, Dr Malcolm Brynin, Reader at ISER, and a leading expert on race and gender pay gaps and inequalities, who has died from cancer

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New Centre for Microsimulation and Policy Analysis to be based at ISER

CeMPA will bring together our team of microsimulation experts at ISER with Essex researchers specialising in Computer Science, Political Science, Data Analytics, Sociology, Economics and Mathematics, alongside internationally renowned collaborators

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