NIESR’s latest research - The EU Referendum and Fiscal Impact On Low Income Households
You are invited to attend a press briefing on Thursday 9th June at which we will present NIESR's latest research on the impact of leaving the EU on low income households.
The economic consequences of the UK referendum on its EU membership are central to the debate. One issue which has been omitted from the macroeconomic and sector specific assessments to date is the possible effect of leaving the EU on the welfare support for low income households. On June 9th NIESR will be publishing new research by Angus Armstrong, Katerina Lisenkova and Simon Lloyd which quantifies a stylised impact of leaving the EU on different categories of low income households due to fiscal changes.
The research will be launched at a briefing for press and policymakers at NIESR on Thursday 9th June, chaired by Angus Armstrong.
10.30 Introduction, Angus Armstrong
10.40 The EU Referendum and Fiscal Impact On Low Income Households, Simon P. Lloyd
The material will be available for immediate release.
Registration and coffee at 10am for prompt 1o.30 o’clock start.
Where: NIESR, 2 Dean Trench Street, Smith Square, London SW1P 3HE
When: Thursday 9th June, 10-11.30am
To RSVP please contact Luca Pieri:
Email: l.pieri [at] niesr.ac.uk
Tel: 020 7654 1931
We look forward to seeing you at the press briefing.