3 Eur. J. Soc. Sec. 1 (2001)

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EDITORIAL                                                             3
ARTICLES
Herwig Verschueren
Financing Social Security and Regulation (EEC) 1408/71                7
Hwanjoon Kim
Do Welfare States Reduce Poverty? A Critical Shortcoming in the
Standard Analysis of the Anti-Poverty Effect of Welfare States       25
Frans Pennings
The European Commision Proposal to Simplify Regulation 1408/71       45
NEWS AND CASES                                                       61
BOOK REVIEWS
Sylvia Bucher Soziale Sicherheit, beitragsunabhingige Sonderleistungen
und soziale Vergiinstigungen: Eine europarechtliche Untersuchung mit
Blick auf schweizerische Erginzungsleistungen und Arbeitslosenhilfe
(Social Security, Special Non-Contributory Benefits and Social Concessions:
A European Legal Analysis with Reference to Swiss Supplementary
Benefits and Unemployment Assistance) (reviewed by Francis Kessler)  73
Giuliano Bonoli The Politics of Pension Reform: Institutions and Policy
Change in Western Europe (reviewed by Adrian Sinfield)               74
Jonathan Bradshaw, Roy Sainsbury (eds.) Getting the Measure of
Poverty - The Early Legacy of Seebohm Rowntree; Researching Poverty;
Experiencing Poverty (reviewed by Koen Vlemminckx)                   76
Helen Barnes Working for a Living? Employment, Benefits and the
Living Standards of Disabled People (reviewed by Stella Hoff)        80

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SECURITY

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