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Van Leeuwen, A., Mussche N., & Marx I. (2001).  Belgium. (Anheier, H.K., Ed.).Social Services in Europe. An Annotated Bibliography.. 44-54.
Marx, I., & Van Cant L. (2020).  Belgium's welfare system: Still lagging after all these years. (Blum, Sonja, Kuhlmann, Johanna, Schubert, Klaus, Ed.).Routledge Handbook of European Welfare Systems. 38-55.
Verbist, G. (1998).  Belgium: Issues Concerning the Family in 1996. (Ditch, J., Barnes, H., Bradshaw, J., Ed.).Developments in National Family Policies in 1996: European Observatory on National Family Policies. 1-17.
De Lathouwer, L. (1997).  Benefits addressing the need for sufficient means of existence. Proceedings of the international Conference concerning achievements, problems and challenges of the past years of reforms in social security in the CEECs . 190-212.
Van den Bosch, K., Van Mechelen N., & Storms B. (2009).  Besluit. (Storms, Bérénice, Van den Bosch, Karel, Ed.).Wat heeft een gezin minimaal nodig? Een budgetstandaard voor Vlaanderen. pp315-328.
Cantillon, B., & Van den Bosch K. (2004).  Best Practices: How to Link Policy Inputs and Well-Being Outcomes. (Eurostat, Ed.).23rd CEIES seminar 'Social Protection statistics'. 126-135.
Cantillon, B., & Van Mechelen N. (2012).  Between dream and reality...On anti-poverty policy, minimum income protection and the European social model. (Cantillon, Bea, Verschueren, Herwig, Ploscar, Paula, Ed.).Social Inclusion and Social Protection in the EU: Interactions between Law and Politics. 173-204.
Cantillon, B. (2014).  Beyond Social Investment. Which Concepts and Values for Social Policy-Making in Europe?. (Cantillon, Bea, Vandenbroucke, Frank, Ed.).Reconciling work and poverty reduction: how successful are European welfare states?.
De Lathouwer, L., Debacker M., & Bogaerts K. (2007).  Care in Modern Welfare States and Social Policies: The case of Belgian Time Credit.. (Anxo, Dominique, Ed.).Labour market transitions and time adjustment over the life course.. 163-184.
Cantillon, B., De Blust S., & Van den Heede A. (2011).  The cartography of Belgium's Social Security. (De Clercq, Marc, Ed.).Glokaal beleid in Europa. Lokaal beleid voor een globale markt: concurrentie of coördinatie binnen de EU?. p. 271-286.
Cantillon, B., De Blust S., & Van den Heede A. (2010).  The cartography of social security. WHAT DOES GEOGRAPHY TEACH US ABOUT THE FUTURE OF BELGIUM’S INSTITUTIONS?. 63 p..
Cantillon, B., Marx I., & Van den Bosch K. (1997).  The Challenge of Poverty and Social Exclusion. (OECD, Ed.).Towards 2000: The New Social Policy Agenda.
De Lathouwer, L. (2002).  Challenges on poverty and unemployment for the European social model. (Verlaeckt, K., Vitorino, V., Ed.).Unity and diversity: the contribution of the social sciences and the humanities to the European Research Area..
Cantillon, B. (1998).  Changing families, changing social security. (Matthijs, K., Ed.).The family. Comtemporary Perspectives and Challenges. Festschrift in honor of Wilfried Dumon.. 223-242.
Cantillon, B., & Verbist G. (1996).  Chapter Two. Belgium: Issues Concerning the Family in 1995. (Ditch, J., Barnes, H., Bradshaw, J., Ed.).Developments in National Family Policies in 1995 . 5-13.
Marx, I., & Verbist G. (2008).  Combating in-work poverty in Europe: the policy options assessed. (Andreβ, H.-J., Lohmann, H., Ed.).The Working Poor in Europe. Employment, Poverty and Globalization.. 273-292.
Marx, I., & Salverda W. (2005).  Conclusion: Unresolved Issues and an Agenda for Future Research. (Marx, Ive, Salverda, W., Ed.).Low-wage Employment in Europe. Perspectives for Improvement.. 183-185.
Van Lancker, W., & Vinck J. (2019).  The consequences of growing up poor. (Greve, Bent, Ed.).Routledge International Handbook of Poverty. 96-106.
Hemerijck, A., & Marx I. (2010).  Continental Welfare at a Crossroads: The Choice between Activation and Minimum Income Protection in Belgium and the Netherlands. (Palier, B., Ed.).A Long Goodbye to Bismarck? The Politics of Welfare Reform in Continental Europe. . 129-155.
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