Working Paper 10-04 - L’industrie a-t-elle un avenir en Belgique ?
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Date of creation: 20 Apr 2004
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- Francis Bossier & Ingrid Bracke & Peter Stockman & Filip Vanhorebeek, 2000. "Working Paper 05-00 - A description of the HERMES II model for Belgium," Working Papers 0005, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
- Peter Stockman, 2002. "Working Paper 06-02 - General and selective reductions in employer social-security contributions in the 2002 vintage of HERMES - A revision of WP 8-01," Working Papers 0206, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
- Sylvie Varlez & Natacha Zuinen, 2004. "Working Paper 22-04 - Développement durable: modes de production et capital humain," Working Papers 0422, Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium.
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