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Peter Levell
Peter Levell
Institute for Fiscal Studies
Verified email at ifs.org.uk
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The distributional effect of tax and benefit reforms to be introduced between June 2010 and April 2014: a revised assessment
J Browne, P Levell
1022010
Aggregating elasticities: intensive and extensive margins of women's labor supply
O Attanasio, P Levell, H Low, V Sánchez‐Marcos
Econometrica 86 (6), 2049-2082, 2018
92*2018
Tax and benefit policy: insights from behavioural economics
A Leicester, P Levell, I Rasul
582012
The spending patterns and inflation experience of low-income households over the past decade
P Levell, Z Oldfield
452011
A comparison of micro and macro expenditure measures across countries using differing survey methods
G Barrett, P Levell, K Milligan
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
442013
Is the Carli index flawed?: assessing the case for the new retail price index RPIJ
P Levell
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A,(Statistics in Society …, 2015
372015
The impact of COVID‐19 on share prices in the UK
R Griffith, P Levell, R Stroud
Fiscal Studies 41 (2), 363-369, 2020
342020
Life-Cycle Consumption Patterns at Older Ages in the United States and the United Kingdom: Can Medical Expenditures Explain the Difference?
J Banks, R Blundell, P Levell, JP Smith
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 11 (3), 27-54, 2019
342019
The UK's Participation in Global Value Chains and Its Implications for Post‐Brexit Trade Policy
P IJtsma, P Levell, B Los, MP Timmer
Fiscal Studies 39 (4), 651-683, 2018
322018
Redistribution from a lifetime perspective
P Levell, B Roantree, J Shaw
IFS Working Papers, 2015
302015
Anti‐smoking policies and smoker well‐being: evidence from Britain
A Leicester, P Levell
Fiscal Studies 37 (2), 224-257, 2016
23*2016
Could COVID‐19 Infect the Consumer Prices Index?
R Blundell, R Griffith, P Levell, M O'Connell
Fiscal Studies 41 (2), 357-361, 2020
222020
Household spending and coronavirus
R Crawford, A Davenport, R Joyce, P Levell
Institute of Fiscal Studies 14, 795, 2020
222020
The economic consequences of the Brexit deal
P Levell, A Menon, J Portes, T Sampson
Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, 2018
172018
The squeeze on incomes, The IFS Green Budget 2014
A Adams, A Hood, P Levell
London: Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS), 2014
17*2014
Getting people back into work
MC Dias, C Farquharson, R Griffith, R Joyce, P Levell
Covid Economics 1 (16), 76-97, 2020
162020
MPCs in an economic crisis: Spending, saving and private transfers
TF Crossley, P Fisher, P Levell, H Low
Journal of Public Economics Plus 2, 100005, 2021
14*2021
10. The exposure of different workers to potential trade barriers between the UK and the EU
P Levell
132018
A survey of the UK benefits system
P Levell, R May, C O’Dea, D Phillips
Institute for Fiscal Studies Briefing Note 13, 2009
132009
Trade and Inequality in Europe and the US
D Dorn, P Levell
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP16780, 2021
12*2021
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