Browsing All of EconStor by Author Adam, Stuart

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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2005 Measuring the marginal efficiency cost of redistribution in the UKAdam, Stuart
2006 Financial work incentives in Britain: Comparisons over time and between family typesAdam, Stuart; Brewer, Mike; Shephard, Andrew
2007 Integrating income tax and national insurance: An interim reportAdam, Stuart; Loutzenhiser, Glen
2010 Redistribution, work incentives and thirty years of UK tax and benefit reformAdam, Stuart; Browne, James
2013 An ex-ante analysis of the effects of the UK government's welfare reforms on labour supply in WalesAdam, Stuart; Phillips, David
2013 Do the UK government's welfare reforms make work payAdam, Stuart; Browne, James
2014 Council tax support schemes in England: What did local authorities choose, and with what effects?Adam, Stuart; Browne, James; Jeffs, William; Joyce, Robert
2015 Social rent policy: Choices and trade-offsAdam, Stuart; Chandler, Daniel; Hood, Andrew; Joyce, Robert
2016 The effects of taxes and charges on saving incentives in the UKAdam, Stuart; Shaw, Jonathan
2017 Frictions and taxpayer responses: Evidence from bunching at personal tax thresholdsAdam, Stuart; Browne, James; Phillips, David; Roantree, Barra
2019 Principles and practice of taxing small businessAdam, Stuart; Miller, Helen
2019 The impacts of localised council tax support schemesAdam, Stuart; Joyce, Robert; Pope, Thomas
2019 Let's talk about six big economic challenges that need addressingAdam, Stuart; Crawford, Rowena; Cribb, Jonathan; Emmerson, Carl; Johnson, Paul; Joyce, Robert
2020 Revaluation and reform: Bringing council tax in England into the 21st centuryAdam, Stuart; Hodge, Louis; Phillips, David; Xu, Xiaowei
2020 Revaluation and reform of council tax in Wales: Impacts on different councils and household typesAdam, Stuart; Hodge, Louis; Phillips, David; Xu, Xiaowei
2021 Taxing work and investment across legal forms: Pathways to welldesigned taxesAdam, Stuart; Miller, Helen