David Sturrock
David Sturrock
PhD candidate, University College London and Senior Research Economist, Institute for Fiscal Studies
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Problem debt and low-income households
A Hood, R Joyce, D Sturrock
IFS Report, 2018
132018
Subjective expectations of survival and economic behaviour
C O'Dea, D Sturrock
IFS Working Papers, 2018
92018
Survival pessimism and the demand for annuities
C O'Dea, D Sturrock
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
82020
Working-age incapacity and disability benefits
C Emmerson, R Joyce, D Sturrock
Institute for Fiscal Studies, 2017
72017
Should generations differ in their wealth accumulation?
R Crawford, D Sturrock
IFS Working Papers, 2019
42019
The impact of work on cognition and physical disability: Evidence from English women
J Banks, J Cribb, C Emmerson, D Sturrock
IFS Working Papers, 2019
22019
Promises and endogenous reneging costs
Y Heller, D Sturrock
Journal of Economic Theory 187, 105024, 2020
12020
Inheritances and inequality within generations
P Bourquin, R Joyce, D Sturrock
Institute for Fiscal Studies, 2020
2020
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