Henry is a principal economist & head of quantitative research at IPPR.
He also provides support to the work of the wider institute, particularly on social security and leads on the IPPR tax-benefit model.
At IPPR, Henry has worked on a range of topics spanning labour markets, the benefit system, taxation and industrial strategy. He specialises in quantitative methods and has experience in a range of analytical techniques including forecasting, policy costing, regression analysis and microsimulation modelling. He has also led qualitative research.
Henry has written about economic policy for the Independent, New Statesman and Left Foot Forward.
Prior to joining IPPR in 2019, Henry was an economic advisor in the Government Economic Service. He holds a first-class BSc in economics from the University of Nottingham.
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