Jean Hindriks
Prof. Jean Hindriks
Quel avenir pour nos pensions ? (De Boeck, 2015)
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Ce livre présente dans un langage clair et accessible les enjeux et l'avenir de nos pensions. Il propose notamment un système de pension à points. Ce livre démontre aussi comment la question de la réforme des pensions repose sur de nombreux malentendus et incompréhensions.
Intermediate Public Economics 2nd edition (The MIT Press, 2013)
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"The second edition of Intermediate Public Economics provides a comprehensive introduction to public economic theory. It augments crystal-clear coverage of traditional core topics with state-of-the-art presentations on timely and active research areas such as behavioral economics, climate change, and fiscal competition. Well-prepared undergraduates as well as graduate students will find this volume an outstanding starting point for their study of public economics" James Poterba, MIT, USA. (The MIT Press 2013)
Solutions Manual to Intermediate Public Economics 2nd edition (The MIT Press, 2013)
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This Solutions Manual for Intermediate Public Economics offers students an opportunity to practice Public economics. It provides solutions for all of the textbook's 582 exercises, which vary widely in nature and difficulty. (The MIT Press,  2013)
Gestion Publique: Théorie et pratique (De Boeck, 2012)
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Un livre qui propose une approche nouvelle de la gestion publique sous l'angle de l'efficacité et des incitants. Ce livre propose des outils spécifiques à la gestion des administrations et des organisations publiques (et aussi non marchandes). Il respecte les aspects essentiels du service public que sont le besoin de coordination, l'égalité de traitement, la production jointe et la vocation du service public.
Notre Pension en Héritage (Roularta, 2011)
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Le papy boom a commencé avec plus de 100 personnes supplémentaires par jour qui rejoignent les rangs des pensionnés. La sécurité sociale accuse déjà un deficit de plusieurs milliards lié au vieillissement et non pas à la crise.

Que fait-on?

Jean Hindriks (Senior Fellow à Itinera Institute) et Ivan Van de Cloot (Chief Economist à Itinera Institut) font un constat alarmant (mais pas alarmiste) de notre système de pension. Ils posent clairement les enjeux et proposent des actions concrètes et progressives pour remettre notre système sur orbite en préservant la solidarité entre générations. Pour révitaliser nos pensions, il faut rajeunir notre système.
 
 
 
 
Au-delà de Copernic, de la confusion au consensus (ASP 2008)
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La réforme Copernic de 2000 a fané avant d’avoir fleuri. La Belgique a les niveaux de dépenses et d’emplois publics les plus élevés de l’OCDE, pour une qualité et quantité de services publics relativement décevantes. Avec les défis à venir tels que la mondialisation, le vieillissement de la population, la guerre des talents et la révolution digitale, il est urgent d’envoyer un signal fort pour restaurer une véritable capacité d’action du gouvernement. Jean Hindriks dans cet étude fait le diagnostique et propose quelques « quick wins ».
Réformer sans tabous : 10 questions pour la Belgique de demain (De Boeck, 2007)
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Réformer sans tabous
10 questions pour la Belgique de demain
Sous la direction de Micael Castanheira et Jean Hindriks 
Numéro spécial de la revue Reflets & Perspectives de la vie économique 
Editions De Boeck Université
Solutions Manual to Accompany Intermediate Public Economics (The MIT Press, 2006)
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This solutions manual for Intermediate Public Economics (MIT Press, 2006) offers students an opportunity to practice using the analytical tools of public economics at intermediate and more advanced levels. The 424 exercises in the textbook (all of which are covered in the solutions manual) vary widely in nature and difficulty; some involve reflection on the models used and the discussion of assumptions and conclusions, while others work through general arguments in the text using specific functional forms. Several require the use of data to test theoretical predictions. The more challenging exercises explore and extend the material in the text. The Manual gives complete solutions to the analytical questions and provides guidance to the major points in the discussion problems, occasionally extending the discussion to related issues. In answers to the exercises analyzing data, the authors have kept the econometrics simple both in the estimation package employed and in the level of econometric sophistication. All regressions equations have been computed using Microsoft Excel. Advanced students can employ a wider range of test statistics and conduct appropriate integration tests on time series data. Professors and students will find this book an important resource for their work with the textbook.
Intermediate public economics (The MIT Press 2006)
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Public economics studies how government taxing and spending activities affect the economy—economic efficiency and the distribution of income and wealth. This comprehensive text in public economics covers the core topics market failure and taxation as well as recent developments in the political economy and public choice literatures. It is unique not only in its broad scope but in its balance between public finance and public choice and its combination of theory and relevant empirical evidence.

After introducing the theory and methodology of public economics and reviewing the efficiency of the competitive equilibrium, the book presents a historical and theoretical overview of the public sector. It then discusses departures from efficiency, including imperfect competition and asymmetric information; issues in political economy, including rent-seeking (a topic often omitted from other texts); equity; taxation issues, including tax evasion and its consequences; fiscal federalism and tax competition among independent jurisdictions; and the intertemporal issues of social security and economic growth.

This text introduces the reader to the theory of public economics and the most significant results of the analysis, providing an overview of the current state of the field. It is accessible to anyone with a background of intermediate microeconomics and macroeconomics and can be used in advanced undergraduate as well as graduate courses. Although the mathematics has been kept to a minimum, the book remains analytical rather than discursive. Annotated suggestions for further reading and numerous exercises are included at the end of each chapter.

About the Authors

Jean Hindriks is Professor in the Economics Department and Codirector of the Center for Operations Research and Econometrics (CORE) at the Université catholique de Louvain.

Gareth D. Myles is Head of Department and Professor of Economics at the University of Exeter and a Research Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies. He is the author of Public Economics.
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