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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
Rottiers, S. (2008).  Relatively happy: how social security contributes to human well-being. Social Security, Happiness and Well-Being. 21-40.
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.
De Lathouwer, L. (2004).  Reforming Policies and Institutions in Unemployment Protection in Belgium. (Clasen, J., Ferrera, M., Rhodes, M., Ed.).Welfare States and the Challenge of Unemployment. Reforming Policies and Institutions in the European Union..
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.
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?.
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