2019

WP 19/12 Goedemé, T., Penne T., Swedrup O., Van den Bosch K., & Storms B. Exploring common ground for defining adequate social participation in 24 EU capital cities

WP 19/11 Da Costa, S. The Impact of the Ebola Crisis on Mortality and Welfare in Liberia

WP 19/10 Penne, T., & Goedemé T. Putting inadequate incomes at the heart of food insecurity. A Study of the financial constraints to access a healthy diet in Europe

WP 19/09 Marchal, S., & Siöland L. A safety net that holds? Tracking minimum income protection adequacy for the elderly, the working and the non-working of active age

WP 19/08 Lens, D., Mussche N., & Marx I. Europe’s ever expanding mobility patterns – posting, third-country nationals and the single European labour market

WP 19/07 Decoster, A., Perelman S., Vandelannoote D., Vanheukelom T., & Verbist G. Which way the pendulum swings? Equity and efficiency of three decades of tax-benefit reforms in Belgium

WP 19/06 Penne, T., Cornelis I., & Storms B. Reducing out-of-pocket costs to improve the adequacy of minimum income protection? Reference budgets as an EU policy indicator: The Belgian case 

WP 19/05 Decancq, K., Fleurbaey M., & Maniquet F. Multidimensional poverty measurement with individual prefenres

WP 19/04 Vinck, J., & Brekke I. Gender and education inequalities in parental employment when having a young child with increased care needs: Belgium and Norway compared

WP 19/03 Greiss, J., Cantillon B., Penne T., & Marchal S. Europe as agent that fills the gaps? The case of FEAD

WP 19/02 Cantillon, B. The European Pillar of Social Rights: ten arguments for prioritising principle 14 on minimum incomes

WP 19/01 Parolin, Z., & Siöland L. Support for a Universal Basic Income: A Demand-Capacity Paradox?