Wim Van Lancker
Wim Van Lancker
Assistant Professor, University of Leuven
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Who benefits? The social distribution of subsidized childcare in Sweden and Flanders
WV Lancker, J Ghysels
Acta Sociologica 55 (2), 125-142, 2012
144*2012
Three shortcomings of the social investment perspective
B Cantillon, W Van Lancker
Social Policy and Society 12 (4), 553-564, 2013
1392013
Putting the Child-Centred Investment Strategy to the Test: Evidence for the EU27
W Van Lancker
European Journal of Social Security 15 (1), 4-27, 2013
1172013
The unequal benefits of activation: an analysis of the social distribution of family policy among families with young children
J Ghysels, W Van Lancker
Journal of European Social Policy 21 (5), 472-485, 2011
1112011
COVID-19, school closures, and child poverty: a social crisis in the making
W Van Lancker, Z Parolin
The Lancet Public Health 5 (5), e243-e244, 2020
942020
Universalism under siege? Exploring the association between targeting, child benefits and child poverty across 26 countries
W Van Lancker, N Van Mechelen
Social science research 50, 60-75, 2015
682015
The European world of temporary employment
WV Lancker
European Societies 14 (1), 83-111, 2012
59*2012
The impact of child benefits on single mother poverty: Exploring the role of targeting in 15 European countries
W Van Lancker, J Ghysels, B Cantillon
International Journal of Social Welfare 24 (3), 210-222, 2015
542015
The Matthew effect in childcare use: a matter of policies or preferences?
E Pavolini, W Van Lancker
Journal of European Public Policy 25 (6), 878-893, 2018
422018
Social Investment and the Matthew effect
G Bonoli, B Cantillon, W Van Lancker
The uses of social investment, 66-76, 2017
382017
Solidarity and reciprocity in the social investment state: what can be learned from the case of Flemish school allowances and truancy?
B Cantillon, W Van Lancker
Journal of social policy 41 (04), 657-675, 2012
362012
Reducing Inequality in Childcare Service Use across European Countries: What (if any) Is the role of Social Spending?
W Van Lancker
Social Policy & Administration 52 (1), 271-292, 2018
292018
To whose benefit? An empirical and comparative investigation into the (un)intended consequences of family policy in the social investment state
WIM VAN LANCKER
University of Antwerp, Department of Sociology, 2014
26*2014
Explaining patterns of inequality in childcare service use across 31 developed economies: A welfare state perspective
W Van Lancker, J Ghysels
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 57 (5), 310-337, 2016
242016
Het Matteüseffect onder de loep: over het ongelijke gebruik van kinderopvang in Vlaanderen
J Ghysels, W Van Lancker
UA/Berichten, 2009
242009
GINI DP 10: Who Reaps the Benefits? The social distribution of public childcare in Sweden and Flanders
W Lancker, J Ghysels
GINI Discussion Papers, 2011
22*2011
Who benefits from investment policies? The case of family activation in European countries
W Van Lancker, J Ghysels
Reconciling work and poverty reduction: how successful are European welfare …, 2014
182014
A Universal Basic Pension for Europe's Elderly: Options and Pitfalls
T Goedemé, W Van Lancker
Basic Income Studies 4 (1), 5, 2009
172009
An international comparison of the impact of child benefits on poverty outcomes for single mothers
W Van Lancker, J Ghysels, B Cantillon
Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy, University of Antwerp, 2012
152012
Horizontal and Vertical Equity Objectives of Child Benefit Systems: An Empirical Assessment for European Countries
G Verbist, W Van Lancker
Social Indicators Research-An International and Interdisciplinary Journal …, 2016
142016
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