Tim Goedemé
Tim Goedemé
University of Oxford (UK) and University of Antwerp (Belgium)
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How much confidence can we have in EU-SILC? Complex sample designs and the standard error of the Europe 2020 poverty indicators
T Goedemé
Social Indicators Research 110, 89-110, 2013
The evolution of poverty in the European Union: concepts, measurement and data
K Decancq, T Goedemé, K Van den Bosch, J Vanhille
Reconciling work and poverty reduction in Europe: how successful are …, 2014
The CSB-minimum income protection indicators dataset (CSB-MIPI)
N Van Mechelen, S Marchal, T Goedemé, I Marx, B Cantillon
Family financial stress, parenting and problem behavior in adolescents: An actor-partner interdependence approach
K Ponnet, E Wouters, T Goedemé, D Mortelmans
Journal of Family Issues 37 (4), 574-597, 2016
The EU and minimum income protection: Clarifying the policy conundrum
F Vandenbroucke, B Cantillon, N Van Mechelen, T Goedemé, ...
Minimum income protection in flux, 271-317, 2013
Can low-income households afford a healthy diet? Insufficient income as a driver of food insecurity in Europe
T Penne, T Goedemé
Food Policy 99, 101978, 2021
Poverty in the enlarged European Union. A discussion about definitions and reference groups
T Goedemé, S Rottiers
Sociology Compass 5 (1), 77-91, 2011
Towards cross-country comparable reference budgets in Europe: First results of a concerted effort
T Goedemé, B Storms, S Stockman, T Penne, K Van den Bosch
European Journal of Social Security 17 (1), 3-30, 2015
The end of cheap talk about poverty reduction: the cost of closing the poverty gap while maintaining work incentives
D Collado, B Cantillon, K Van den Bosch, T Goedemé, D Vandelannoote
Measuring water affordability in developed economies. The added value of a needs-based approach
J Vanhille, T Goedemé, T Penne, L Van Thielen, B Storms
Journal of Environmental Management 217, 611-620, 2018
Decent incomes for all: improving policies in Europe
B Cantillon, T Goedemé, J Hills
Oxford University Press, 2018
What does it mean to live on the poverty threshold? Lessons from reference budgets
T Goedemé, T Penne, T Hufkens, A Karakitsios, A Bernát, B Simonovits, ...
The association between the carbon footprint and the socio-economic characteristics of Belgian households
PZ Lévay, J Vanhille, T Goedemé, G Verbist
Ecological Economics 186, 107065, 2021
The EU convergence machine at work. To the benefit of the EU's poorest citizens?
T Goedemé, D Collado
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 54 (5), 1142-1158, 2016
The standard error of estimates based on EU-SILC: An exploration through the Europe 2020 poverty indicators
T Goedemé
Pilot project for the development of a common methodology on reference budgets in Europe: Review of current state of play on reference budget practices at national, regional …
B Storms, T Goedemé, K Van den Bosch, T Penne, N Schuerman, ...
Testing the statistical significance of microsimulation results: A plea
T Goedemé, K Van den Bosch, L Salanauskaite, G Verbist
International Journal of Microsimulation 6 (3), 50-77, 2013
The concept and measurement of non-take-up. An overview, with a focus on the non-take-up of social benefits
T Goedemé, J Janssens
Deliverable 9.2 Leuven, InGRID-2 project 730998 H 2020, 2020
Can reference budgets be used as a poverty line?
T Penne, I Cussó Parcerisas, L Mäkinen, B Storms, T Goedemé
Pilot project for the developement of a common methodology on reference budgets in Europe. The development of a methodology for comparable reference budgets in Europe-Final …
T Goedemé, B Storms, T Penne, K Van den Bosch
European Commission, 2015
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