8% less overall than if pre-crash growth in output had continued, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
What does IFS stand for?
IFS stands for Institute for Fiscal Studies
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We have 267 other meanings of IFS in our Acronym Attic
- Input Field Separator
- Inshore Fire Support
- Installable File System
- Installation Facility System
- Institut for Sprog (Danish: Language Department)
- Institut Français de Sofia (French: French Institute of Sofia; Sofia, Bulgaria)
- Institut Fuer Sozialforschung (German: Institute For Social Research)
- Institut für Schulentwicklungsforschung (University Dortmund, Germany)
- Institut für Schulungsmaßnahmen (Dortmund, Germany)
- Institute for Families in Society (University of South Carolina)
- Institute of Financial Services (various locations)
- Institute of Fluid Science (Tohoku University; Japan)
- Institute of Fundamental Sciences (various locations)
- Institutional Fund Services (various organizations)
- Instrument for Stability (EU)
- Insurance Financial Strength (rating)
- Insurance Fraud Section
- Integrated Facilities System
- Integrated File System
- Integrated Financial Management Systems
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: Robert Joyce from the Institute For Fiscal Studies says millions of people will be negatively affected by a cap in working-age benefits.
A new study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies suggests that the flagship National Scholarship Programme (NSP) is unlikely to encourage youngsters from disadvantaged backgrounds to go to university.
Independent think-tank The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) published a report saying parents stand to lose pounds 511 a year on average under tax and benefit changes coming into force from today.
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls said the impact calculated by the Institute for Fiscal Studies was proof of a ''tax credits bombshell'' with up to a million households losing eligibility entirely.
A study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) reveals "gaps" between children born at the start of the academic year and those born at the end.
The report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) comes shortly after Chancellor George Osborne once again defended his policies in the face of conflicting evidence over whether the UK is heading for a double-dip recession.
The government's tax and benefit changes will drag hundreds of thousands of people into poverty over the next three years, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.