Richard Blundell


Some Recent Invited Lecture and Seminar Presentations Slides


* 2020 Pareto Lecture, Collegio Carlo Alberto, May: Inequality, Redistribution and the Labour Market

* LISER Conference, Luxembourg, March 5, 2020 HOUSEHOLD BEHAVIOR AND THE DYNAMICS OF INEQUALITY

* ASSA 2020, San Diego, ES Invited Panel Session, January 3, 2020 The IFS Deaton Review: Inequalities in the 21st Century Sources and Consequences of Inequality

* Geary Lecture ESRI, Dublin, December 4, 2019 Tax and welfare reform: The challenge of labour market inequality

* The Future of Work Conference ULB Solvay Brussels, November 26th 2019 Inequality, Redistribution and the Labour Market

* LACEA-LAMES 2019, November 7, 2019 The IFS Deaton Review: Inequalities in the 21st Century

* AASLE 2018 Keynote Lecture, SEOUL, Korea, December 14th 2018 HOUSEHOLD BEHAVIOR AND THE DYNAMICS OF INEQUALITY

* EPoS CRC Keynote Lecture, Montabaur, Germany, October 4th 2018 HOUSEHOLD BEHAVIOR AND THE DYNAMICS OF INEQUALITY

* LAUNCH OF THE BUSINESS IN SOCIETY INEQUALITY PLATFORM, Invited Lecture, CBS, Copenhagen October 2nd 2018 THE DYNAMICS OF INCOME AND EARNINGS INEQUALITY

* IFS/LSE/PSE Policy Panel London, September 20 2018 What should policy do about low earnings?

* NCDS at 60, Celebration Conference, Plenary Lecture, March 9 2018 Education and Earnings: Insights from the NCDS.

* Tony Atkinson Mermorial Conference Presentation, February 16 2018 Inequality and the Labour Market.

Nemmers Prize Short Course for Faculty and Graduate Students on "The Microeconometric Analysis of Consumption, Savings and Labor Supply." The course was held on Mondays, November 6, 13, 20, 27, 2017.

* Nemmers Lecture, May 17 2017 Household Behaviour and the Dynamics of Inequality, Northwestern, May 2017.

* Understanding Society Scientific Conference Plenary Lecture, July 11 2017 How Do Families Deal with Adverse Labour Market Conditions?, July 2017.

* Gilbert Lecture, April 2017 Tax Reform and its Implications for Inequality, Rochester, April 2017.

* MAE Distinguished Lecture, UCLA, February 2017 Empirical Evidence and Tax Reform, February 2017.

* What do We Learn From Strucural Models? American Economic Association Meetings, January 2017 link to slides ; American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings , 107(5), 287-292, May, 2017. link to paper;

I. Living Standards, Wages and Productivity (click for slides)

II. Tax and Welfare-Benefit Policy Reform (click for slides):

III. Consumption Inequality and Income Dynamics (click for slides)

IV. Human Capital, Labour Supply and Welfare Reform (click for slides)

V. Extensive and Intensive Margins of Labour Supply (click for slides)

VI. Revealed Preference, Shape Restrictions and Consumer Behaviour (click for slides)