Research Economist, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Jack Britton joined the IFS in 2013 and works in the Education and Skills sector. His main interests lie in human capital accumulation and discrete choice dynamic modeling. Jack’s recent work has included analysis of the effect of replacing the EMA with the 16-19 Bursary in England on participation and attainment, measuring human capital of university graduates in England, and modeling the interaction between health and human capital. Britton received his PhD in economics from the University of Bristol.