Graham teaches economics at the Open University, UK and runs Virtual Worlds Research (http://virtual-worlds.scot) where he builds microsimulation economic models. Previously he worked for 20 years at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (www.ifs.org.uk). He lives in Glasgow, Scotland.
This talk discusses ScotBen, a microsimulation tax-benefit model for Scotland written in Julia. Scotben lets you analyse how changes to the tax system change revenues, inequality and poverty.