Recent discussion papers
Bart Cockx, Koen Declercq, and Muriel Dejemeppe. "Losing Prospective Entitlement to Unemployment Benefits. Impact on Educational Attainment", UGent Department of Economics Working Paper 22/1049, LIDAM Discussion Paper - IRES/2022/15, CESifo WP no. 9852, IZA DP 15439.
Sam Desiere and Bart Cockx. "How effective are hiring subsidies to reduce long-term unemployment among prime-aged jobseekers? Evidence from Belgium", Working paper Department of Economics, UGent 21/1025, CESifo Working paper No 9325, IRES Discussion Paper 2021/24 .
Marie Boltz, Bart Cockx, Ana Maria Diaz, Luz Magdalena Salas (2020). "How Does Working-Time Flexibility Affect Workers' Productivity in a Routine Job? Evidence from a Field Experiment" Working paper Department of Economics, UGent 20/1007, IZA Discussion Paper No. 13825, ROA Research Memorandum 2020/6, IRES Discussion Paper 2020030, CESifo Working Paper No. 8663.
Cockx Bart, Michael Lechner and Joost Bollens (2020), "Priority to Unemployed Immigrants. A Causal Machine Learning Evaluation of Training in Belgium", Working paper Department of Economics, UGent 20/998, CESifo WP no. 8297, ROA Research Memorandum 2020/6, arXiv:1912.12864v2, IRES 2020016. Last version (13/07/2022) and Online Appendix.
Cockx Bart and Stijn Baert (2015), "Contracting Out Mandatory Counselling and Training for Long-Term Unemployed. Private For-Profit, Non-Profit, or Keep It Public?, Working paper 2015/913 Sherppa, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Ghent University, IZA-9459, CESifo 5587, IRES 2015-22.