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banner Wednesday, 7 March, 2001, 14:25 GMT
Team credits
The Be Your Own Chancellor and Ready Reckoner programs were developed by the Institute for Fiscal Studies, by a team led by Graham Stark.

Other contributers were:

  • The macro economic model was developed by Keith Church of Oxford Economic Forecasting.
  • The modelling software Unisolve by prepared by Richard Peirce.
  • The IFS Tax and Benefit Model was developed by Howard Reed, Tom Clarke, Michal Myk among many others.
  • The system programming was done by Jocelyn Paine
Be Your Own Chancellor is based on Virtual Economy, co-developed with Biz/Ed, and funded by the the Nuffield Foundation.

BBC News Online's business team prepared the questions for the model, and its development and design teams are responsible for its look and feel.

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