Impact of COVID 19 on working household incomes distributional analysis as of May 2020

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This document sets out the estimated distributional impacts of COVID-19 on working households’ incomes, as of the end of May 2020, according to emerging household survey data.


Labour Market, Unemployment, Economics, Public Policy, Welfare Benefits, Income Dynamics, Wages And Earnings, Health, Taxation and Covid 19



Is referenced by: Great Britain. HM Treasury (2020) ‘Plan for jobs: Presented to Parliament by the Chancellor of the Exchequer by Command of Her Majesty’, Command Paper, No. CP 261. London: HMSO.; References: Brewer, M. and Tasseva, I.V. (2020) ‘Did the UK policy response to Covid-19 protect household incomes?’, EUROMOD Working Paper Series, No. EM12/20. Colchester: University of Essex. Institute for Social and Economic Research ; Bourquin, P., Delestre, I., Joyce, R., Rasul, I., and Waters, T. (2020) ‘The effects of coronavirus on household finances and financial distress’, Institute for Fiscal Studies Briefing Notes, No. BN298. London: Institute for Fiscal Studies