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Professor Holly Sutherland Emeritus Professor, University of Essex

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Email
hollys@essex.ac.uk
Telephone
01206 873534
Office
2N2.5B.11
Curriculum vitae

Research Interests

Until October 2018 Holly was Director of EUROMOD, the tax-benefit microsimulation model for the European Union which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2016. She has more than 30 years of experience of designing, building and using such models – the UK model she helped to develop in the mid-1980s was one of the very first anywhere – and has coordinated more than 10 international EUROMOD-related projects as well as participating in many more. She has co-authored/edited 5 books on microsimulation modelling and published widely in economics and social policy journals.

Her longstanding research interests include the gender effects of redistribution policy and child poverty measurement and analysis. Her current interests also include extending microsimulation capacity to developing countries and to groups without access to such models.


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    Publications

    Displaying publications 1 - 15 of 41 in total

    1. Using EUROMOD to “nowcast” (and forecast) risk of poverty in the European Union

      Jekaterina Navicke, Olga Rastrigina, and Holly Sutherland

      1. Poverty
      2. Microsimulation
    2. Using EUROMOD to “nowcast” (and forecast) risk of poverty in the European Union

      Jekaterina Navicke, Olga Rastrigina, and Holly Sutherland

      1. Poverty
      2. Microsimulation
    3. The distributional effects of fiscal consolidation in nine EU countries

      Silvia Avram, Francesco Figari, Chrysa Leventi, et al.

      1. Poverty
      2. Microsimulation
    4. Approximations to the truth: comparing survey and microsimulation approaches to measuring income for social indicators

      Francesco Figari, Maria Iacovou, Alexandra J. Skew, et al.

    5. Income inequality within couples and redistribution through the tax-benefit system: the case of the UK

      Holly Sutherland

    6. Accounting for the distributional effects of in-kind public benefits

      Alari Paulus, Holly Sutherland, and Panos Tsakloglou

    7. Approximations to the truth: comparing survey and microsimulation approaches to measuring income for social indicators

      Francesco Figari, Maria Iacovou, Alexandra J. Skew, et al.

    8. Inequalities Within Households: Togetherness Versus Autonomy

      Fran Bennett, Jerome De Henau, Susan Himmelweit, et al.

    9. Income inequality and the effect of public policies in the European Union: what happens with enlargement?

      Francesco Figari, Alari Paulus, and Holly Sutherland

    10. Keeping up or falling behind? The impact of benefit and tax uprating on incomes and poverty

      Holly Sutherland, Ruth Hancock, John Hills, et al.

    11. Inequalities Within Couples: Market Incomes and the Role of Taxes and Benefits in Europe

      Francesco Figari, Herwig Immervoll, Horacio Levy, et al.

    12. Inequalities Within Couples: Market Incomes and the Role of Taxes and Benefits in Europe

      Francesco Figari, Herwig Immervoll, Horacio Levy, et al.

    13. EUROMOD: the Tax-Benefit Microsimulation model for the EU

      Francesco Figari, Horacio Levy, Christine Lietz, et al.

    14. Inequalities Within Couples: Market Incomes and the Role of Taxes and Benefits in Europe

      Francesco Figari, Herwig Immervoll, Horacio Levy, et al.

    15. Building and Using Microsimulation Models for the Analysis of the Effects of Social Policy

      Holly Sutherland


    Media

    Displaying media publications 31 - 45 of 49 in total

    1. Fears over present benefits system's link to inequality

    2. MPs fear tax move will cost them dear

    3. Kid poverty 'will double in 20 years'

    4. York charity highlights child poverty fears

    5. Child poverty can be eradicated if we stop the poor paying more

    6. Child poverty set to rise under current benefit ajustment rules

    7. JRF: child poverty could rise to a new high under current benefit adjustment rules

    8. Kid poverty 'will double in 20 years' if benefit system doesn't change

    9. Gap between rich and poor widens

    10. State benefits 'failing to keep pace with earnings'

    11. 'Benefit erosion' could double child poverty in 20 years, says report

    12. Child poverty could increase

    13. Benefits system is widening poverty gap, report finds

    14. Fears over benefits' link to inequality

    15. Child poverty in London and black and ethnic minority communities: House of Commons Early Day Motion: EDM 269


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