Institute for Fiscal Studies
The Institute for Fiscal Studies is a think tank.
IFS Council Members
Includes Baroness Hogg
Lord Adebowale Turning Point | John Avery Jones Combined Tax Tribunals | Sir Alan Budd The Queen's College, Oxford | Bob Buist | Willem Buiter London School of Economics | Frances Cairncross Exeter College, Oxford | Emma Chamberlain Henry Harrod Chambers | John Chown Chown Dewhurst LLP Executive Committee member | Richard Collier PricewaterhouseCoopers | Lord Croham | Ed Davey MP | Nicholas Dee Burt, Staples and Maner Executive Committee Chair |Prof Judith Freedman, Worcester College, Oxford Executive Committee member Haruko Fukuda Kate Green Child Poverty Action Group Executive Committee member Dave Hartnett HM Revenue and Customs John Hasseldine Nottingham University Professor Kevin Holland University of Wales, Aberystwyth | Will Hopper W J Hopper & Co Ltd Executive Committee member | Christopher Johnson | Professor John Kay JohnKay.com Rachel Lomax Bank of England President Jeremy Maynes KPMG Executive Committee member Professor Iain McLean Nuffield College, Oxford Ian Menzies-Conacher Barclays plc Hon Company Secretary Professor Sir James Mirrlees Trinity College, Cambridge Chris Pond One Parent Families Anne Redston Executive Committee member Derek Scott Europe Economics | Jeremy Skinner | Chris Tailby HM Revenue and Customs | Nils Taube Taube Hodson Stonex Partners Ltd Executive Committee member | Professor John Tiley Queens' College, Cambridge | Sir John Vickers University of Oxford | Christopher Wales | Peter Whiteman QC Hollis Whiteman Chambers | David Willetts MP | Ian Young ICAEW Tax Faculty.
Party Fringe Events
- 23rd September
- ‘Balancing the Books – tax and spending choices in the next Parliament’. Speakers: Chris Leslie MP, Paul Johnson, Bill Dodwell and Chris Giles. 
- ‘Balancing the Books – tax and spending choices in the next Parliament’. Speakers: David Gauke MP, Paul Johnson, Patrick Stevens and Vanessa Houlder.
- 7th October
- ‘Balancing the Books – tax and spending choices in the next Parliament'. Speakers: Ian Swales MP, Anne Fairpo, Douglas Fraser and Paul Johnson.