NEWS:

Previous ILC-UK Research (1) has shown how household spending steadily falls as we get older.

Today’s “Family Spending” (2) evidence from ONS, shows a similar trend, with households headed by a person aged 75 and over spending substantially less than their younger counterparts.[1]

Research finds that although 9 in 10 65-79 year olds live in under occupied houses, there could be a retirement housing gap of 160,000 houses by 2030 if Government fails to focus on last time buyers

We need a Research Fellow with excellent analytical ability and strong writing skills who has a passion for, and understanding of, UK public policy.

We need an economic analyst to lead on quantitative economic research projects, to feed their analysis into the wider work of the team, and to communicate research findings via engagement with policymakers and media.

ILC-UK are looking for a bright and enthusiastic intern who is keen to develop a career at the heart of public policy.

An ILC-UK report, to be released in January has calculated the impact DB deficits have had on wages between 2000 - 2015.

New report highlights barriers to consumer spending amongst the over 50s, and makes recommendations to boost spending.

New analysis conducted by economists at the International Longevity Centre - UK (ILC-UK) has found that a 3% social care precept wouldn’t benefit the local authorities which needed it most.

ILC-UK news, report and event updates from October - December 2016.

New report finds almost one third of older drinkers in the professional occupational class drink 5-7 days a week.