Generational inequity in the USA: state and local government

Brooklyn resident Larry Littlefield writes a blog called “Saying the Unsaid in New York: Public Policy in New York City and State”. As a 57-year-old married father of two, intergenerational inequity is a particular concern: here he describes the extent to which the Millennials’ future has been sold out by spending policies at the state… Read more »

Student loan book sale: an £800 million loss

Jo Johnson, the Minister of State for Universities and Science, has quietly announced the completion of the sale of the 2002–2006 student loan book. Liz Emerson, IF Co-founder, investigates

Are fiscal rules intergenerationally fair?

In the run-up to the 2017 general election, the three major political parties all pledged to eliminate the government deficit by the end of the next parliament. What are the implications of these policies for intergenerational fairness? Elliot Jones, IF Summer intern, investigates

Mayoral Insight: What’s on offer for young people?

As part of IF’s latest Vox Pop series, Felix de Courcy-Ireland, IF Volunteer, Londoner and student, looks at what the potential candidates have to offer young people with the mayoral elections just around the corner