ImPRovE Working Papers
16/17 The impact of social transfers on income poverty and material deprivation by Geranda Notten & Anne-Catherine Guio
16/16 Improving poverty reduction in Europe: what works (best) where? by Chrysa Leventi, Holly Sutherland & Iva Valentinova Tasseva
16/15 The design of in-work benefits: how to boost employment and combat poverty in Belgium by Dieter Vandelannoote & Gerlinde Verbist
16/14 Scenarios for reducing poverty in Belgium, Greece and the United Kingdom by Tim Goedemé, Holly Sutherland, Paola Di Agostini, Chrysa Leventi, Manos Matsaganis, Dieter Vandelannoote & Gerlinde Verbist
16/12 The antipoverty performance of universal and means-tested benefits with costly take-up by Alari Paulus
16/11 Towards a more effective governance of socially innovative policies – First insights from the case studies by Stijn Oosterlynck, Andreas Novy, Yuri Kazepov, Gert Verschraegen, Tatiana Saruis, Fabio Colombo, Pieter Cools, Roberta Cucca, Bernhard Leubolt & Carla Weinzierl
16/10 The integration of place-based social innovations into the EU social agenda by Gert Verschraegen & Sebastiano Sabato
16/09 The distributive effects of work-family life policies in European welfare states by Tine Hufkens & Gerlinde Verbist
16/08 The end of cheap talk about poverty reduction: the cost of closing the poverty gap while maintaining work incentives by Diego Collado, Bea Cantillon, Karel Van den Bosch, Tim Goedemé & Dieter Vandelannoote
16/07 Climbing out of crisis: characteristics of the newly employed in Europe by Justin van de Ven & Sarah Voitchovsky
16/06 Improving territorial cohesion: the role of stakeholders in OMC and cohesion policy by Roberta Cucca & Yuri Kazepov
16/05 Can reference budgets be used as a poverty line? by Tess Penne, Irene Cussó Parcerisas, Lauri Mäkinen, Bérénice Storms & Tim Goedemé
16/04 The tsunamis of educational attainment and part-time employment, and the change of the labour force 1960–2010: what can be learned about self-reinforcing labour-market inequality from the case of the Netherlands, in international comparison? by Wiemer Salverda
16/03The usage of EU resources in local social innovation by Sebastiano Sabato & Gert Verschraegen
16/02 Has the potential for compensating poverty by women’s employment growth been depleted? by Rense Nieuwenhuis, Wim Van Lancker, Diego Collado & Bea Cantillon
16/01 The importance of income-tested benefits in good times and bad: lessons from EU countries by Chrysa Leventi, Olga Rastrigina & Holly Sutherland
15/22 Consistent poverty across the EU by Anna B. Kis & András Gábos
15/21 The EU framework for social innovation - Between entrepreneurship and policy experimentation by Sebastiano Sabato, Bart Vanhercke & Gert Verschraegen
15/20 Decent incomes for the poor: which role for Europe? by Bea Cantillon, Sarah Marchal & Chris Luigjes
15/19 Towards social investment and social innovation in EU member states? First observations of recent developments in Austria by Karin Heitzmann & Florian Wukovitsch
15/18 Stemming the tide. What have EU countries done to support low-wage workers in an era of downward wage pressure? by Sarah Marchal & Ive Marx
15/17 Welfare systems, governance and social innovation: case study country profiles of Austria, Belgium and Italy by Stijn Oosterlynck, Yuri Kazepov, Andreas Novy, Pieter Cools, Tatiana Sarius & Florian Wukovitsch
15/16 Chronic material deprivation and long-term poverty in Europe in the pre-crisis period by Fotis Papadopoulos & Panos Tsakloglou
15/15 Local social innovation and welfare state restructuring: analysing their relationship by Stijn Oosterlynck, Yuri Kazepov, Andreas Novy, Pieter Cools, Tatiana Sarius & Florian Wokuvitsch
15/13 Mobility into and out of poverty in Europe in the 1990s and the precrisis period: The role of income, demographic and labour market events by Eirini Andriopoulou & Panos Tsakloglou
15/12 Trends in the Swedish Social Investment Welfare State: ‘The Enlightened Path’ or ‘The Third Way’ for ‘the Lions’? by Joakim palme & Axel Cronert
15/11 The social legitimacy of differently targeted benefits by Wim van Oorschot & Femke Roosma
15/10 Do employment-conditional earnings subsidies work? by Lane Kenworthy
15/09 The joint decision of labour supply and childcare in Italy under costs and availability constraints by Francesco Figari & Edlira Narazani
15/08 Tracking, schools’ entrance requirements and the educational performance of migrant students by Jaap Dronkers & Roxanne-Amanda Korthals
15/07 Non-cash benefits from social housing in Europe: a comparative perspective by Markus M. Grabka & Gerlinde Verbist
15/06 Employment and poverty dynamics in the EU countries before, during and after the crisis by András Gábos, Réka Branyiczki, Barbara Lange & György Tóth
15/05 The role of immigration policies for immigrants’ selection and economic success by Irena Kogan
15/04 The impact of child care costs and availability on mothers’ labor supply by Daniela Del Boca
15/03 The end of decent social protection for the poor? The dynamics of low wages, minimum income packages and median household incomes by Bea Cantillon, Diego Collado & Natascha Van Mechelen
15/02 Involuntary part-time employment: perspectives from two European labour markets by Michail Veliziotis, Manos Matsaganis & Alexandros Karakitsios
15/01 The interrelationships between the Europe 2020 - social inclusion indicators by Sara Ayllón & András Gábos
14/07 A new kid in town? Active inclusion in European minimum income schemes by Sarah Marchal & Natascha Van Mechelen
14/06 Estimating the poverty reduction effect of tax and benefit policies in Finland 1993-2013 using a microsimulation method by Pasi Moisio, Kirsi-Marja Lehtelä & Susanna Mukkila
14/05 Mountains on the move: recent trends in national and EU-wide income dynamics in old and new EU Member States by Tim Goedemé, Diego Collado & Leen Meeusen
14/04 Distributive Effects of the Crisis and Austerity in Seven EU Countries by Manos Matsaganis & Chrysa Leventi
14/03 A lost decade? Decomposing the effect of 2001-11 tax-benefit policy changes on the income distribution in EU countries by John Hills, Alari Paulus, Holly Sutherland & Iva Tasseva
14/02 Can education bridge the gap? Education and the employment position of immigrants in Belgium by Vincent Corluy & Gerlinde Verbist
14/01 Components of income inequality and its change in EU countries, 2004-2010 by Márton Medgyesi
13/14 In-work poverty in times of crisis: do part-timers fare worse? by Jeroen Horemans & Ive Marx
13/13 Measuring performance: does the assessment depend on the poverty proxy? by Geranda Notten
13/12 Exploring the multi-level governance of welfare provision and social innovation: welfare mix, welfare models and rescaling by Stijn Oosterlynck, Yuri Kazepov, Andreas Novy, Pieter Cools, Florian Wukovitsch, Tatiana Saruis, Eduardo Barberis & Bernhard Leubolt
13/11 Trends and convergence of Europe’s minimum income schemes by Natascha Van Mechelen & Sarah Marchal
13/10 Testing the Statistical Significance of Microsimulation Results: Often Easier than You Think. A Technical Note by Tim Goedemé, Karel Van den Bosch, Lina Salanauskaite & Gerlinde Verbist
13/09 Measuring low work intensity – an analysis of the indicator by Terry Ward & Erhan Ozdemir
13/08 The indicators of intertemporal material deprivation: a proposal and an application to EU countries by Conchita D'Ambrosio
13/07 Alternative vs. current measures of material deprivation at EU level: What differences does it make? by Anne-Catherine Guio & Eric Marlier
13/06 The effect of local labour market conditions on educational choices: a cross country comparison by Alberto Tumino
13/05 Why has social security become less pro poor? by Bea Cantillon, Natascha Van Mechelen, Olivier Pintelon & Aaron Van den Heede
13/04 Money or kindergarten? Distributive effects of cash versus in-kind family transfers for young children by Michael Förster & Gerlinde Verbist
13/03 The butterfly and the elephant: local social innovation, the welfare state and new poverty dynamics by Stijn Oosterlynck, Yuri Kazepov, Andreas Novy, Pieter Cools, Eduardo Barberis, Florian Wukovitsch, Tatiana Saruis & Bernhard Leubolt
13/02 Towards a common framework for developing cross-nationally comparable reference budgets in Europe by Bérénice Storms, Tim Goedemé, Karel Van den Bosch & Kristof Devuyst
13/01 The Evolution of Poverty in the European Union: Concepts, Measurement and Data by Koen Decancq, Tim Goedemé, Karel Van den Bosch & Josefine Vanhille
Other papers and reports
Boone, J., Derboven J., Figari F., Kuypers S., & Verbist G. (2019). WETAXE 2 - Update and Extension of the EUROMOD Wealth Taxation Project , JRC Working Papers on Taxation and Structural Reforms No. 07/2019.
Carpentier, S. & Van den Bosch K. (2008). Problematische schulden in België. Indicatoren op basis van SILC 2004 en profiel van de bevolking in (problematische) schuldsituaties. FOD Sociale Zekerheid 08/07.
Decoster, A., Vandelannoote D., Vanheukelom T., & Verbist G. (2014). Gross incomes in the Belgian Silc dataset: An analysis by means of Euromod. EUROMOD Working Paper 14/06.
De Graeve, D., Van Mechelen N., Vandelannoote D., & De Wilde M. (2013). Measuring health care expenditures in Belgium: the at-risk-household approach. Flemosi Working Paper DP 23.
Hufkens, T., Vandelannoote D., Van Lancker W., & Verbist G. (2013). Hervorming van de Vlaamse kinderbijslag en armoedebestrijding: een simulatie van alternatieven. Flemosi Working Paper DP 29.
Kuypers, S., Figari F., Verbist G., & Verckist D. (2017). EWIGE - European Wealth data InteGration in EUROMOD, JRC Working Papers on Taxation and Structural Reforms No. 4/2017.
Kuypers, S., Figari F., & Verbist G. (2016). The Eurosystem Household Finance and Consumption Survey: a new underlying database for EUROMOD. EUROMOD Working Paper 10/16.
Marx, I., Horemans J., Marchal S., Van Rie T., & Corluy V. (2013). Towards a better marriage between job growth and poverty reduction. GINI Policy Paper 5.
Marx, I., & Vandelannoote D. (2014). Matthew runs amok: The Belgian Service Voucher Scheme, IZA DP No. 8717.
Salanauskaite, L. (2010). Microsimulation Modelling in Transition Countries: Review of Needs, Obstacles and Achievements. MGSoG Working Paper 10/003.
Salanauskaite, L., & Verbist G. (2010). The 2004 Law on Allowances to Children in Lithuania: What Do Microsimulations Tell Us About Its Distributional Impacts? MGSoG Working Paper 10/002.
Vandelannoote, D., & Bogaerts K. (2014). Het gebruik van lastenverlagingen in België en hun impact op het tewerkstellingsniveau. Flemosi Working Paper DP 30.
Vandelannoote, D., Vanleenhove P., Decoster A., Ghysels J., & Verbist G. (2013). Maternal employment: the impact of triple rationing in childcare in Flanders. Flemosi Working Paper DP 18.
Van Limberghen, G., Bertrand, O., Dumont, D., Fontaine, M., Tojerow, I., Cantillon, B., Delanghe, H., Hermans, K., Louckx, F., Marchal, S., (2020), L’accès des travailleurs salariés et indépendants à la sécurité sociale en Belgique. Mission d’étude pour le SPF Sécurité sociale 2019-DGBESOC-SOC PROTECT, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Université libre de Bruxelles en Universiteit Antwerpen. Rapport final, November 2020, 722p.
Van Mechelen, N., Bogaerts K., & Vandelannoote D. (2013). Supplementary financial support by local welfare agencies and inactivity traps. Flemosi Working Paper DP 19.