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Over the years several research projects and studies in the field of social security and social protection have been carried out under the flag of the EISS and/or in cooperation with EISS representatives for different national, European and international funders.

 

You can find some of the latest research reports below:

 

2016: "The changing concept of work: when does atypical work become typical?"

Slides for the EISS Conference in Oslo on September 22, 2016 by prof. dr. Schoukens

 

 

2016: "EU social security law: the hidden 'social' model"

Inaugural Address delivered at Tilburg University on Friday, February 19, 2016 by prof. dr. Paul Schoukens

 

2012: "Rightservicing from a lawyers' point of view"

A study made by Prof. Dr. Paul Schoukens, Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters, Mrs. Lina Kestemont, Mrs. Kirsten Vanden Bempt, with the assistance of Mr. Pieter-Jan Germeaux.

 

2012: "Social Security in the BRIC Countries"

A study made by Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters and Prof. Dr. Paul Schoukens.

 

2010: "Merging the administrations of social security contribution and taxation"

A study made by Effrosyni Bakirtzi, Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters and Prof. Dr. Paul Schoukens.

2010: "Social security, supplementary pensions and new patterns of work and mobility: researchers' profiles"

Final report at the demand of the European Commission by the expert group on “Social security, supplementary pensions and new patterns of work and mobility: researchers’ profiles”. Chairman Prof. Dr. Jos Berghman and

reporter Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters.

2009: "Social Security – Data Protection and Privacy"

In C. Bradley en C. Gibbon (ed.), International Social Sector Forum ISSF 10. Social Security and Social Services 2020: Managing through turbulence, delivering for the future, Berlin, IBM Global Social Industry Team, 2009, 40-41.

2008: "Social Security, Democracy and Change"

A study made by Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters and Prof. Dr. Paul Schoukens.

2007: "Social Security Cases in Europe: The European Court of Human Rights"

"Social Security Cases in Europe: The European Court of Human Rights", Antwerpen/ Oxford, Intersentia, 2007, 391 pp. (Danny Pieters cum KAPUY, K. & ZAGLMAYER, B.).

 

 

2006: "Social security quo vadis?"

Interviews with social security administration CEOs in 15 Western European countries. A study made by Prof. Dr. Paul Schoukens and Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters.

2006: "Social security cases in Europe: national courts"

"Social security cases in Europe: national courts", Antwerpen/oxford, Intersentia, 2006, 407 pages. A study project and publication by Mr. Bernhard Zaglmayer, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters and Prof. Dr. Paul Schoukens.

2005: "Cooperation between social security and tax agencies in Europe"

A study made by Bernhard Zaglmayer, Prof. Dr. Paul Schoukens and Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters.

2004: "Study on the 'marketing' of minimum income benefits"

A study report prepared by Ms. Lotte Vanreusel under the supervision of Prof. Danny Pieters for the French Caisse Nationale des Allocations Familiales.

2002: "E-business utilisation by the social security administrations throughout Europe"

A follow-up report drawn up by Mr. Martin Duggan and Ms. Kirsten Vanden Bempt, under the supervision of Dr. Chris Gibbon and Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters.

2002: "Mutual Information Systems on Social Security in the Central and Eastern European Countries: MISSCEEC II"

A research project which was awarded to the consortium of the EISS and ADECRI by the European Commission in November 2001 and finalised in 2002.

2002: "Conditions offered to foreign researchers coming to Europe"

A research project carried out by the Institute of Social Law of the KU Leuven in cooperation with the EISS for the European Commission concerning the administrative, material and financial conditions offered to foreign researchers coming to Europe.

2001: "E-business utilisation by the social security administrations throughout Europe"

A follow-up report drawn up by Mr. Martin Duggan and Ms. Kirsten Vanden Bempt, under the supervision of Dr. Chris Gibbon and Prof. Dr. Danny Pieters.

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