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Marlier, E., Cantillon B., Nolan B., Van den Bosch K., & Van Rie T. (2012).  Developing and Learning from EU Measures of Social Inclusion. (Besharov, Douglas J., Couch, Kenneth A., Ed.).Counting the Poor. New Thinking about European Poverty Measures and Lessons from the United States. p. 299-342.
Van Mechelen, N., & De Maesschalck V. (2009).  Devolution of social protection arrangements. (Cerami, Alfio, Vanhuysse, Pieter, Ed.).Post-communist welfare pathways: theorizing social policy transformations in Central and Eastern Europe . 181-198.
Lohmann, H., & Marx I. (2008).  The different faces of in-work poverty across welfare state regimes. (Andreβ, H.-J., Lohmann, H., Ed.).The Working Poor in Europe. Employment, Poverty and Globalization.. 17-46.
Deleeck, H. (1997).  dillemans, of de sociale zekerheid waarvan wij dromen. (Van Langendonck, J., Ed.).Liber Amicorum Roger Dillemans. Deel II. Socialezekerheidsrecht.. 129-141.
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.
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