Short-term forecasts, up to and including 2017To the press release
This CPB Background Document addresses whether, in the aftermath of the financial crisis, default probabilities of firms that depend more on external finance were affected more negatively than default probabilities of less dependent firms.
CPB Background Document, 25 July 2016, Go to publication
The economic effects of TTIP are analysed with WorldScan. TTIP is expected to have a positive effect on trade between the EU and the US and on investment and economic growth in both areas. Hence, the Netherlands will benefit with an increase in GDP of 1.7% in 2030.
CPB Discussion Paper 331, 14 July 2016, Go to publication
Big data technologies enhance the storage, processing, and analysis of large data sets and can be applied economy-wide. Despite this potential, only one percent of big data patents come from Europe.
CPB Discussion Paper 330, 7 July 2016, Go to publication
A possible withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union will affect the Netherlands more severely than other EU countries, because of the strong trade relations between the Netherlands and the UK. This is one of the conclusions.Read the press release
Implementation of major tax reforms is practically impossible if political parties have not agreed on the subject in their government agreement. This is one of the conclusions mentioned in CPB Policy Brief 2016/08 'The political economy of tax reforms'.Read the press release