Short-term forecasts, up to and including 2017Read the press release
This paper presents empirical evidence on taxpayers' responsiveness to taxation by estimating the compensated elasticity of taxable income with respect to the net-of-tax rate in the Netherlands.
CPB Discussion Paper 336, 29 September 2016, Go to publication
In this publication CPB presents its analyses and projections of both the Dutch and worldwide economy in 2016 and 2017.
MEV 2017, 20 September 2016, Go to publication
For economic forecasting it is important to know how the real economy responds to major events such as the fall of the Soviet Union, the Greek debt crisis, the recent terrorism attacks in Europe, and the Brexit.
CPB Discussion Paper 335, 9 September 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