For an overview of my publications, see:
Most recent publications include:
Goedemé, T., Decerf, B. and Van den Bosch, K. (2022) ‘A new poverty indicator for Europe: The extended headcount ratio‘, Journal of European Social Policy.
Van Gestel, R., Goedemé, T., Janssens, J., Lefevere, E. and Lemkens, R. (2022), ‘Improving Take-Up by Reaching Out to Potential Beneficiaries. Insights from a Large-Scale Field Experiment in Belgium‘, Journal of Social Policy.
Janssens, J., Goedemé, T. and Ponnet, K. (2021), ‘The Claiming Costs Scale: A new instrument for measuring the costs potential beneficiaries face when claiming social benefits‘, PLOS ONE.
Social Class and earnings inequality / poverty
Goedemé, T., Paskov, M., Weisstanner, D. and Nolan, B. (2021), ‘Between-Class Earnings Inequality in 30 European Countries: A Regression-Based Decomposition‘, Comparative Sociology, 20: 6, 741-778.
Goedemé, T., Nolan, B., Paskov, M. and Weisstanner, D. (2021), ‘Occupational Social Class and Earnings Inequality in Europe: A Comparative Assessment‘, Social Indicators Research.
Goedemé, T., Paskov, M. and Nolan, B. (2021), ‘The measurement of social class in EU-SILC: Comparability between countries and consistency over time‘, in A.-C. Guio, E. Marlier and B. Nolan (eds.), Improving the understanding of poverty and social exclusion in Europe, Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union (Chapter 18).
Inequality and climate change
Zsuzsa Lévay, P., Vanhille, J., Goedemé, T. and Verbist, G. (2021), ‘The association between the carbon footprint and the socio-economic characteristics of Belgian households‘, Ecological Economics, 186.
One of my favourite quotes:
“Talk nonsense, but talk your own nonsense, and I’ll kiss you for it. To go wrong in one’s own way is better than to go right in someone else’s. In the first case you are a man, in the second you’re no better than a bird.” – Razumihin to Pulcheria Alexandrovna and Avdotya Romanovna in ‘Crime and Punishment’ by Fyodor Dostoevsky (p. 174 in Wordsworth classics edition)