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2002 Do the Higher Educated Unemployed Crowd Out the Lower Educated Ones in a Competition for Jobs?Cockx, Bart Leo Wim; Dejemeppe, Muriel
2002 Duration Dependence in the Exit Rate out of Unemployment in Belgium: Is It True or Spurious?Cockx, Bart Leo Wim; Dejemeppe, Muriel
2003 Vocational Training of Unemployed Workers in BelgiumCockx, Bart Leo Wim
2004 The exhaustion of unemployment benefits in Belgium : does it enhance the probability of employment?Cockx, Bart Leo Wim; Ries, Jean
2004 The Exhaustion of Unemployment Benefits in Belgium : Does it Enhance the Probability of Employment?Cockx, Bart Leo Wim; Ries, Jean
2006 Income support policies for part-time workers: a stepping-stone to regular jobs? ; an application to young Long-term unemployed women in BelgiumCockx, Bart Leo Wim; Robin, St├ęphane; Goebel, Christian
2006 Income support policies for part-time workers: a stepping-stone to regular jobs? ; An application to young long-term unemployed women in BelgiumCockx, Bart Leo Wim; Robin, St├ęphane; Goebel, Christian
2007 Is the notification of monitoring a threat to the unemployed?: a regression discontinuity approachCockx, Bart Leo Wim; Dejemeppe, Muriel
2007 Is the notification of monitoring a threat to the unemployed? A regression discontinuity approachCockx, Bart Leo Wim; Dejemeppe, Muriel
2008 Are short-lived jobs stepping stones to long-lasting jobs?Cockx, Bart Leo Wim; Picchio, Matteo
2009 Flexicurity in Belgium : a proposal based on economic principlesCockx, Bart Leo Wim; van der Linden, Bruno
2009 Are short-lived jobs stepping stones to long-lasting jobs?Cockx, Bart Leo Wim; Picchio, Matteo