Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy

(02/07/2016 - 16:47)

Drawing on EU-SILC 2012 data, this paper investigates the variation in the degree to which part-time and full-time workers avoid poverty differently by various income components in Europe. We look at three consecutive steps in the income package: individual earnings, market incomes of other household members, and government transfers.

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About the Centre for Social Policy

The Centre for Social Policy Herman Deleeck (CSB) has been studying social inequality and wealth distribution in the welfare state for over 30 years. Our research is empirical and multidisciplinary in nature.

Herman Deleeck, who founded the Centre in 1972, fulfilled a pioneering role in developing social indicators for Flanders and Belgium.

The Centre’s research activities belong to the tradition of social policy analysis that makes use of sociological, economic and legal paradigms. Read more here.

  • Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts
  • Foundation for International Studies of Social Security
  • Flemish Policy Research Centre on Poverty

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