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De Lathouwer, L. (2005).  Shifting Responsabilities in Social Security: the Case of the Belgian Time credit. (de Beer, Paul, Ed.).Shifting Responsabilities (Conference Report). 41-62.
Marx, I., & Horemans J. (2013).  Should we care about part-time work from a poverty perspective? An analysis of the EU15 countries. (Koch, Max, Fritz, Martin, Ed.).Non-standard employment in Europe : paradigms, prevalence and policy responses. 169-189.
Mussche, N. (2011).  Social citizenship vs. the territoriality principle: lessons for Flanders' solidarity circle. (Cantillon, Bea, Popelier, Patricia, Mussche, Ninke, Ed.).Social Federalism: The Creation of a Layered Welfare State. The Belgian case. p. 171-196.
Carpentier, S., Marx I., & Van den Bosch K. (2011).  Social Cohesion: Does Income Inequality Matter?. Social Cohesion. Contemporary Theoretical Perspectives on the Study of Social Cohesion and Social Capital, 15 May 2008. 197-211.
Kuypers, S., & Marx I. (2016).  Social concertation and middle-class stability in Belgium. (Vaughan-Whitehead, Daniel, Ed.).Europe's Disappearing Middle Class? Evidence from the World of Work. 112-159.
Cantillon, B., & Van den Bosch K. (2003).  Social policy strategies to combat income poverty of children and families in Europe. (Krause, P., Bäcker, G., Hanesch, W., Ed.).Combating poverty in Europe. The German Welfare Regime in Practice.. 317-329.
Cantillon, B. (2011).  Social protection and social exclusion: what can be expected from the EU 2020 strategy?. (Caritas, Ed.).Sozialalmanach 2011 "Schwerpunkt: Leben in Luxembourg 2020". p. 261-275. Download: Caritas Sozialalmanach 2011 Intro.pdf (375.84 KB)
Cantillon, B., Ghysels J., van Dam R., & Mussche N. (2001).  Social Protection, Gender and Poverty Issues. (Pieters, D., Ed.).Confidence and Changes: Managing Social Protection in the New Millennium. 105-117.
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.
Cantillon, B., Van Mechelen N., Pintelon O., & Van den Heede A. (2014).  Social Redistribution, Poverty and the Adequacy of Social Protection. (Cantillon, Bea, Vandenbroucke, Frank, Ed.).Reconciling work and poverty reduction: how successful are European welfare states?.
Deleeck, H. (1995).  Sociale zekerheid en armoede: balans en perspectief na 50 jaren. (Vranken, Jan, Geldof, Dirk, Van Menxel, G., Ed.).Armoede en Sociale uitsluiting. Jaarboek 1995. . 167-181.
Cantillon, B., & De Maesschalck V. (2008).  Sociale zekerheid, transferten en federalisme in België. (Cantillon, Bea, De Maesschalck, Veerle, Ed.).Gedachten over sociaal federalisme/Réflexions sur le fédéralisme social. 131-162.
Cantillon, B., Collado D., & Van Mechelen N. (2018).  The structural nature of the inadequate social floor for single-parent families. (Nieuwenhuis, Rense, Laurie C. Maldonado, Ed.).The triple bind of single-parent families: Resources, employment and policies to improve wellbeing. 401-418.
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