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Home affairs: options for reforming property taxation

Executive summary Over the past 18 months research for the Intergenerational Commission has illustrated that, in a range of areas, the assumption that each generation will do better than the one before it is under pressure. This paper is one of a series that moves beyond the diagnosis of these problems to consider what action […]

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Cross countries: international comparisons of intergenerational trends

Executive Summary In this report – the fifteenth for the Intergenerational Commission – we explore the extent to which the UK’s generational living standards challenge is replicated in other high-income economies, focusing on trends in household income and experiences in the labour and housing markets. Public concern about the living standards of young adults compared […]

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A welfare generation: lifetime welfare transfers between generations

Concerns about the living standards of different generations are currently high on the agenda, and appear unlikely to dissipate any time soon. This is particularly the case when the coming decades bring with them a potent mix of increasing longevity and the sheer size of the baby boomer cohort swelling the older population, creating growing […]

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