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André Decoster
Professor Public Finance KU Leuven
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How regressive are indirect taxes? A microsimulation analysis for five European countries
A Decoster, J Loughrey, C O'Donoghue, D Verwerft
Journal of Policy analysis and Management 29 (2), 326-350, 2010
1442010
The evolution of world inequality in well-being
K Decancq, A Decoster, E Schokkaert
World Development 37 (1), 11-25, 2009
1092009
The Gini coefficient reveals more
PJ Lambert, A Decoster
Available at SSRN 809004, 2005
782005
Tax reform results with different demand systems
A Decoster, E Schokkaert
Journal of Public Economics 41 (3), 277-296, 1990
661990
Redistributive effects of the shift from personal income taxes to indirect taxes: Belgium 1988–93
A Decoster, G Van Camp
Fiscal studies 22 (1), 79-106, 2001
492001
The relativity of decreasing inequality between countries
K Bosmans, K Decancq, A Decoster
Economica 81 (322), 276-292, 2014
472014
Welfare, labor supply and heterogeneous preferences: evidence for Europe and the US
O Bargain, A Decoster, M Dolls, D Neumann, A Peichl, S Siegloch
Social Choice and Welfare 41 (4), 789-817, 2013
462013
Equity and efficiency of a reform of Belgian indirect taxes
A Decoster, E Schokkaert
Recherches Economiques de Louvain/Louvain Economic Review 55 (2), 155-176, 1989
391989
Empirical welfare analysis with preference heterogeneity
AMJ Decoster, P Haan
International Tax and Public Finance 22 (2), 224-251, 2015
362015
EUROMOD extension to indirect taxation
P De Agostini, B Capéau, A Decoster, F Figari, J Kneeshaw, C Leventi, ...
EUROMOD Technical Note Series EMTN 3, 2017
312017
Is redistribution through indirect taxes equitable?
A Decoster, E Schokkaert, G Van Camp
European Economic Review 41 (3-5), 599-608, 1997
311997
Family size, welfare, and public policy
A Decoster
311988
Microsimulation of indirect taxes
A Decoster, J Loughrey, C O’Donoghue, D Verwerft
International journal of microsimulation 4 (2), 41-56, 2011
302011
9. Weighting with individuals, equivalent individuals or not weighting at all. Does it matter empirically?
A Decoster, E Ooghe
Inequality, welfare and poverty: theory and measurement, 2003
302003
Empirical welfare analysis in random utility models of labour supply
A Decoster, P Haan
SOEPpaper, 2010
292010
The rise or fall of world inequality: A superious controversy?
B Capéau, A Decoster
WIDER Discussion paper, 2004
292004
A bird's eye view on 20 years of tax-benefit reforms in Belgium
A Decoster, S Perelman, D Vandelannoote, T Vanheukelom, G Verbist
Available at SSRN 2599970, 2015
272015
Maternal employment: the impact of triple rationing in childcare
D Vandelannoote, P Vanleenhove, A Decoster, J Ghysels, G Verbist
Review of Economics of the Household 13 (3), 685-707, 2015
262015
A microsimulation model for Belgian indirect taxes with a carbon/energy tax illustration for Belgium
A Decoster
Tijdschrift voor economie en management 40 (2), 133-156, 1995
261995
SOUTHMOD: modelling tax-benefit systems in developing countries
A Decoster, J Jukka Pirttilä, H Holly Sutherland, G Gemma Wright
The International Journal of Microsimulation 12 (1), 1-12, 2019
232019
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