A new occasional feature draws attention to uses of EUROMOD that might otherwise go unnoticed
EUROMOD researchers discuss their work in these blog posts.
Iva Tasseva looks at why ISER’s tax-benefit microsimulation model EUROMOD is essential for analysing the morning-after effects of tax and benefit reforms, and how new studies using the model have tested out the controversial and increasingly politically fascinating idea of a Basic Income.
Over the last decade, increasing attention has been given to the idea of going beyond monetary measures to assess social progress.
Nowcasting provides more timely statistics on poverty
Professor Holly Sutherland reflects on how an academic innovation has grown to become an essential policy tool for Europe and beyond.
In 2016 ISER celebrates 20 years of EUROMOD, our innovative tax benefit microsimulation model, providing policy comparison between countries across the European Union.
Professor Holly Sutherland explains how ISER’s expertise embodied in the EUROMOD model is being shared with developing countries across the world
Iva Tasseva and Alari Paulus have produced an ‘Evidence in Focus’ briefing for the European Commission DG for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion comparing policies and their impacts in each of the 28 EU states.