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Journal articles

Laenen & Gugushvili (2021).
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  • March 17, 2021

Are universal welfare policies really more popular than selective ones? A critical discussion of empirical research. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy.

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Gugushvili & Laenen (2021).
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  • March 16, 2021

Two decades after Korpi & Palme’s “paradox of redistribution”: What have we learnt so far and where do we take it from here? Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy.

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Chrisp, Laenen & van Oorschot (2020).
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  • December 8, 2019

The Social Legitimacy of Basic Income: A Cross-National and Multidimensional Perspective. Special Issue in the Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, 36(3), 217-222.

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Rossetti, Roosma, Laenen & Abts (2020).
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  • November 10, 2019

An unconditional basic income? How Dutch citizens justify their opinions about a basic income and work conditionality. Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, 36(3), 284-300.

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Laenen, Rossetti & van Oorschot (2019).
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  • March 21, 2019

Why deservingness theory needs qualitative research: Comparing focus group discussions on social welfare in three welfare regimes. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 60(3), 190-216.

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Laenen & Meuleman (2019).
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  • December 12, 2018

Public support for the social rights and social obligations of the unemployed: two sides of the same coin? International Journal of Social Welfare, 28(4), 454-467.

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Laenen (2018).
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  • February 1, 2018

Do institutions matter? The interplay between income benefit design, popular perceptions, and the social legitimacy of targeted welfare. Journal of European Social Policy, 28(1), 4-17.

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Laenen (2015).
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  • December 17, 2015

Wie verdient de steun van onze welvaartsstaat? Samenleving en Politiek, 22(10), 20-26.

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