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Salanauskaite, L. (2012).  Tax-Benefit Microsimulation in European Transition Countries: A Review of Issues and Applications. The NISPAcee Journal of Public Administration and Policy. V(1), 
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Cantillon, B., Pestieau P., & Schokkaert E. (2009).  Subsidiarity and social security. (Centre Interuniversitaire de formation permanente, Ed.).Quel état pour quelles performances économiques?, 18e congrès des économistes Belges de langue française. 573-589.
Michielsen, J., Meulemans H., Soors W., Ndiaye P., Devadasan N., de Herdt T., et al. (2010).  Social protection in health: the need for a transformative dimension. Tropical medicine and international health . 15(6), 654-658 .
Kemp, P., Van den Bosch K., & Smith L. (2008).  Social Protection in an Ageing World. International Studies on Social Security. 13, 279.
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Storms, B., Goedemé T., Van den Bosch K., Penne T., Schuerman N., & Stockman S. (2014).  Review of current state of play on reference budget practices at national, regional, and local level. Pilot project for the development of a common methodology on reference budgets in Europe, Contract no. VC/2013/0554. 150. Abstract
De Lathouwer, L. (2005).  Reforming the Passive Welfare State: Belgium's New Income Arrangements to Make Work Pay in International Perspective. (Saunders, P., Ed.).Welfare to Work in Practice: social security and participation in economic and social life . 10, 129-154.
Salanauskaite, L., & Verbist G. (2009).  Reforming Child Allowances in Lithuania: What Does Microsimulation Tell Us?. (Lelkes, O., Sutherland, H., Ed.).Tax and Benefit Policies in the Enlarged Europe: Assessing the Impact with Microsimulation Models . 155-186.
Storms, B. (2013).  Referentiebudgetten tonen de weg naar sociaal inclusieve samenleving. De Gids op maatschappelijk gebied. 104(5), 11-17.
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