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Ive Marx
Ive Marx
Professor of socioecomics, University of Antwerp
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To what extent do fiscal regimes equalize opportunities for income acquisition among citizens?
JE Roemer, R Aaberge, U Colombino, J Fritzell, SP Jenkins, A Lefranc, ...
Journal of Public Economics 87 (3-4), 539-565, 2003
2602003
Changing inequalities and societal impacts in rich countries: Thirty countries' experiences
B Nolan, W Salverda, D Checchi, I Marx, A McKnight, IG Tóth, ...
OUP Oxford, 2014
1732014
Economic inequality, poverty, and social exclusion
B Nolan, I Marx
The Oxford handbook of economic inequality, 315-341, 2009
1582009
Changing inequalities in rich countries: Analytical and comparative perspectives
W Salverda, B Nolan, D Checchi, I Marx, A McKnight, IG Tóth, ...
OUP Oxford, 2014
1272014
In-work poverty
I Marx, B Nolan
Reconciling work and poverty reduction: how successful are European welfare …, 2014
1272014
Ghent revisited: Unemployment insurance and union membership in Belgium and the Nordic countries
T Van Rie, I Marx, J Horemans
European Journal of Industrial Relations 17 (2), 125-139, 2011
1222011
The paradox of redistribution revisited: and that it may rest in peace?
I Marx, L Salanauskaite, G Verbist
IZA discussion paper, 2013
1202013
Minimum income protection in flux
I Marx, K Nelson
Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
1162013
Low-paid work and poverty: a cross-country perspective
I Marx, G Verbist
Low-wage employment in Europe/Bazen, Stephen [edit.], 63-86, 1998
1161998
Low pay and household poverty
B Nolan, I Marx
LIS Working Paper Series, 1999
1081999
The CSB-minimum income protection indicators dataset (CSB-MIPI)
N Van Mechelen, S Marchal, T Goedemé, I Marx, B Cantillon
1042011
The welfare state and antipoverty policy in rich countries
I Marx, B Nolan, J Olivera
Handbook of income distribution 2, 2063-2139, 2015
952015
Hanging in, but only just: part-time employment and in-work poverty throughout the crisis
J Horemans, I Marx, B Nolan
IZA Journal of European Labor Studies 5 (1), 1-19, 2016
892016
Continental welfare at a crossroads: The choice between activation and minimum income protection in Belgium and the Netherlands
A Hemerijck, I Marx
A long goodbye to Bismarck, 129-155, 2010
882010
1. The different faces of in-work poverty across welfare state regimes
H Lohmann, I Marx
The Working Poor in Europe: Employment, Poverty and Globalisation, 17, 2008
872008
Job Subsidies and Cuts in Employers' Social Security Contributions: The Verdict of Empirical Evalution Studies
I Marx
Int'l Lab. Rev. 140, 69, 2001
842001
The great wake-up call? Social citizenship and minimum income provisions in Europe in times of crisis
S Marchal, I Marx, N Van Mechelen
Journal of social policy 43 (2), 247-267, 2014
802014
The puzzle of egalitarianism. The relationship between employment, wage inequality, social expenditure and poverty
B Cantillon, I Marx, K Van den Bosch
European Journal of Social Security 5 (2), 108-127, 2003
792003
A new social question?: on minimum income protection in the postindustrial era
I Marx
Amsterdam University Press, 2006
732006
Employment chances and changes of immigrants in Belgium: The impact of citizenship
V Corluy, I Marx, G Verbist
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 52 (4), 350-368, 2011
722011
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