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20 jaar belastingen en uitkeringen in België in vogelperspectief

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  • André Decoster
  • Toon Vanheukelom

-We gebruiken ons microsimulatiemodel om 20 jaar beleidskeuzes in België samen te vatten. -We berekenen koopkrachteffecten en veranderingen in werkincentieven voor de periodes 1992-2001, 2001-2007 en 2007-2012. -De keuze van het referentiescenario van "ongewijzigd beleid" is cruciaal: ofwel passen we het systeem aan met inflatie, ofwel garanderen we dat alles welvaartsvast is. -Het beleid van de laatste twee decennia heeft de herverdeling versterkt, maar de werkprikkels verslechterd. -Tegen de achtergrond van welvaartsvastheid van uitkeringen is een belangrijk deel van de herverdeling na 2000 een inhaaloperatie voor de saneringen van de jaren negentig. -De werkbonus is een maatregel die de werkprikkels verbetert zonder dat er ingeboet wordt aan herverdeling.

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Paper provided by KU Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business, Department of Economics in its series Working Papers Department of Economics with number 495027.

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Date of creation: 24 Apr 2015
Publication status: Published in CES - Leuvense Economische Standpunten, LES(S) 2015/148 pages:1-8
Handle: RePEc:ete:ceswps:495027
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