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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.
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.
de Herdt, T., Ghysels J., Marivoet W., Michielsen J., Verbist G., & Verrelst J. (2010).  De grote USOS-enquête: over de veranderende USOS-er en de invloed van USOS op het leven. De Smalle Weg naar het Zuiden. Over 25 jaar Universitaire Stichting voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking (USOS).
Verbist, G. (2007).  The distribution effects of taxes on pensions and unemployment benefits in the EU-15. (Bargain, O., Ed.).Micro-simulation in action: policy analysis in Europe using EUROMOD.. 73-100.
Matsaganis, M., & Verbist G. (2009).  Distributional Effects of Publicly Funded Childcare. (Ward, T., Lelkes, O., Sutherland, H., Toth, I., Ed.).European Inequalities. Social Inclusion and Income Distribution in the European Union . 177-185.
Förster, M., & Verbist G. (2011).  The Distributive Impact of Publicly Provided Services. Divided We Stand. Why Inequality Keeps Rising. 309-341.
Förster, M., & Verbist G. (2011).  The Distributive Impact of Publicly Provided Services. (OECD, Ed.).Divided We Stand. Why Inequality Keeps Rising.
Verbist, G., & Verrelst J. (2010).  Een terugblik op 25 jaar USOS. De Smalle Weg naar het Zuiden. Over 25 jaar Universitaire Stichting voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking (USOS).
Marchal, S., Marx I., & Verbist G. (2018).  Income support policies for the working poor. Handbook on in-work poverty / Lohmann, Henning [edit.]; Marx, Ive [edit.]. 213–227.
Cantillon, B., Storms B., Verbist G., & Van den Bosch K. (1998).  L'effet des allocations familiales sur la pauvreté et les inégalités. Wallonie en Bruxelles: évolutions et perspectives . 13, 301-329.
Verbist, G., De Lathouwer L., & Roggeman A. (2007).  Labour market activation policies: a comparison of the use of tax credits in Belgium, the UK and the US. (de Koning, J., Ed.).The evaluation of active labour market policies: measures, public private partnerships and benchmarking. 46-75.
Verbist, G., & Matsaganis M. (2014).  The Redistributive Capacity of Services in the EU. (Cantillon, Bea, Vandenbroucke, Frank, Ed.).Reconciling work and poverty reduction: how successful are European welfare states?.
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.
Cantillon, B., De Maesschalck V., Rottiers S., & Verbist G. (2009).  Social redistribution in federalized Belgium. The politics of Belgium: institutions and policy unders bipolar and centrifugal federalism.
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