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2402: Safety net or sieve: Do Europe's minimum income schemes reach the poor? Downloads
Alessandro Nardo, Sarah Marchal and Ive Marx
2401: Basic Income advocates, sober up Downloads
Ive Marx
2312: Silent elements of policy change: inflation and uprating mechanisms in the Low Countries Downloads
Bea Cantillon, Anna Lemmens, Wouter Neelen and Rebecca van den Broeck
2311: Reaching the European 2030 poverty target: The imperative for balancing the EU Social Agenda Downloads
Sümeyra Akarçeşme, Ane Aranguiz, Anna Lemmens and Bea Cantillon
2310: Imprecision in the Estimation of Willingness to Pay Using Subjective Well-Being Data Downloads
Lukas Leitner
2309: Don´t Stop Me Now: Gender Attitudes in Academic Seminars Through Machine Learning Downloads
Mateo Seré
2308: Social preferences, support for redistribution, and attitudes towards vulnerable groups Downloads
Begoña Cabeza
2307: Taxation for development: the impact of the Ebola epidemic on citizen support across Western Africa Downloads
Begoña Cabeza and Shaun Da Costa
2306: The making of a European Social Union: The case of food banks and the right to minimum income protection Downloads
Johanna Greiss, Karen Hermans and Bea Cantillon
2305: Social preferences and information about effort and luck: an online survey experiment Downloads
Begoña Cabeza and Koen Decancq
2304: Balancing speed and effectiveness: smoothing income volatility through COVID19 social policy responses in Belgium Downloads
Maisarah Wizan, Wouter Neelen and Sarah Marchal
2303: Not That Basic: How Level, Design and Context Matter for the Redistributive Outcomes of Universal Basic Income Downloads
Elise Aerts, Ive Marx and Gerlinde Verbist
2302: The vicious entanglement of labour-market and income inequalities in Europe Downloads
Wiemer Salverda and Veerle Rook
2301: Food aid in four European countries: Assessing the price and content of charitable food aid packages by using food basket, household budget survey and contextual data Downloads
Karen Hermans, Bea Cantillon, Anikó Bernát, Elena Carrillo-Álvarez, Irene Cussó-Parcerisas;, Lauri Mäkinen, Júlia Muñoz Martínez and Péter Szivos
2206: POVERTY AND THE TRAGEDY OF THE WELFARE STATE Seven terms for a new social contract Downloads
Bea Cantillon
2205: Food aid in Europe in times of the COVID-19 crisis An international survey project Downloads
Johanna Greiss, Holger Schoneville, Aistė Adomavičien&edot, Rimgail&edot Baltut&edot, Anikó Bernát, Bea Cantillon, Elena Carrillo Álvarez, Heleen Delanghe, Benedikt Goderis, Karen Hermans, Hilje Van der Horst;, Piotr Micho&nacute, Elvira Sofia Leite de Freitas Pereira and José Pereirinha
2204: Minimum income support for families with children in Europe and the US: where does it stand? Downloads
Elise Aerts, Ive Marx and Zachary Parolin
2203: Poor workers in rich democracies: On the nature of in-work poverty and its relationship to labour market policies Downloads
Rod Hick and Ive Marx
2202: Income and expenditure elasticity of household carbon footprints. Some methodological considerations Downloads
Petra Zsuzsa Lévay, Tim Goedemé and Gerlinde Verbist
2201: The Tragic Decline of the Poverty Reducing Capacity of the Welfare State: Lessons from Two Decades of Social Policy Research Downloads
Bea Cantillon
2111: Delivering on the European Pillar of Social Rights: Towards a needs-oriented distribution of the social funds? Downloads
Karen Hermans, Johanna Greiss, Heleen Delanghe and Bea Cantillon
2110: Robots and Unions: The Moderating Effect of Organised Labour on Technological Unemployment Downloads
Henri Haapanala, Ive Marx and Zachary Parolin
2109: Using a factorial survey to estimate the relative importance of well-being dimensions according to older people: insights from a repeated survey experiment in Flanders Downloads
Veerle Van Loon and Koen Decancq
2108: An exploration of key factors that determine the affordability of compulsory education in Europe Downloads
Tess Penne, Heleen Delanghe and Tim Goedemé
2107: Welfare resilience at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in four European countries: Impact on public finance and household incomes Downloads
Olga Cantó, Francesco Figari, Carlo Fiorio, Sarah Kuypers, Sarah Marchal, Marina Romaguera dela Cruz, Iva Tasseva and Gerlinde Verbist
2106: Can we steer clear of precariousness in domestic service work? Exploring labour market pathways of Belgian Service Voucher workers Downloads
Dries Lens, Ive Marx, Jarmila Oslejová and Ninke Mussche
2105: Well-Being Measurement Downloads
Matthew Adler and Koen Decancq
2104: Growing Up In A Poor Household In Belgium: A Rank-Based Multidimensional Perspective On Child Well-Being Downloads
Koen Decancq and Annemie Nys
2103: Lockdown, Earnings Losses and Household Asset Buffers in Europe Downloads
Sarah Kuypers, Ive Marx, Brian Nolan and Juan Palomino
2102: Poverty in the EU using augmented measures of financial resources: the role of assets and debt Downloads
Sarah Kuypers and Ive Marx
2101: Estimating the welfare gains from antiretroviral therapy in Sub-Saharan Africa Downloads
Shaun Shaun
2009: Income poverty among children with a disability in Belgium: the interplay between parental employment, social background and targeted cash support Downloads
Julie Vinck
2008: Living with reduced income: an analysis of household financial vulnerability under COVID-19 Downloads
Catarina Midões and Mateo Seré
2007: Bad news does not come alone: Cumulative deprivation in Belgium Downloads
Koen Decancq
2006: An assessment of wealth taxes in a joint income-wealth perspective Downloads
Sarah Kuypers, Francesco Figari and Gerlinde Verbist
2005: The association between the carbon footprint and the socio-economic characteristics of Belgian households Downloads
Petra Zsuzsa Lévay, Josefine Vanhille, Tim Goedemé and Gerlinde Verbist
2004: Measuring cumulative deprivation and affluence based on the diagonal dependence diagram Downloads
Koen Decancq
2003: Singling out the truly needy: the role of asset testing in European minimum income schemes Downloads
Sarah Marchal, Sarah Kuypers, Gerlinde Verbist Gerlinde and Verbist
2002: The anti-poverty marginal benefit of public funds Downloads
Diego Collado
2001: METASILC 2015: A REPORT ON THE CONTENTS AND COMPARABILITY OF THE EU-SILC INCOME VARIABLES Downloads
Tim Goedemé and Lorena Zardo Trindade
1912: Exploring common ground for defining adequate social participation in 24 EU capital cities Downloads
Tim Goedemé, Tess Penne, Otto Swedrup, Karel Van den Bosch and Bérénice Storms
1911: The Impact of the Ebola Crisis on Mortality and Welfare in Liberia Downloads
Shaun Da Costa
1910: Putting inadequate incomes at the heart of food insecurity. A Study of the financial constraints to access a healthy diet in Europe Downloads
Tess Penne and Tim Goedemé
1909: A safety net that holds? Tracking minimum income protection adequacy for the elderly, the working and the non-working of active age Downloads
Sarah Marchal and Linus Sióland
1908: Europe’s ever expanding mobility patterns – posting, third-country nationals and the single European labour market Downloads
Dries Lens, Ninke Mussche and Ive Marx
1907: Which way the pendulum swings? Equity and efficiency of three decades of tax-benefit reforms in Belgium Downloads
André Decoster, Sergio Perelman, Dieter Vandelannoote, Toon Vanheukelom and Gerlinde Verbist
1906: Reducing out-of-pocket costs to improve the adequacy of minimum income protection? Reference budgets as an EU policy indicator: The Belgian case Downloads
Tess Penne, Ilse Cornelis and Bérénice Storms
1905: Multidimensional poverty measurement with individual preferences Downloads
Koen Decancq, Marc Fleurbaey and Francois Maniquet
1904: Gender and education inequalities in parental employment when having a young child with increased care needs: Belgium and Norway compared Downloads
Julie Vinck and Idunn Brekke
1903: Europe as agent that fills the gaps? The case of FEAD Downloads
Johanna Greiss, Bea Cantillon, Sarah Marchal and Tess Penne
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