Short-term forecasts, up to and including 2017.To the press release
We use Google searches of the word “mortgage” to explain housing transactions in the Netherlands in the period from 2004 until 2015.
CPB Discussion Paper 325, 11 May 2016, Go to publication
In this paper we review, compare and assess the CGE- and SG-based studies on TTIP in order to draw conclusions on the expected economic effects of TTIP.
CPB Background Document, 10 May 2016, Go to publication
This CPB Background Document estimates the effect of mandatory extensions of industry-level collective labour agreements (CLA’s) on wages using a large linked employer-employee database.
CPB Background Document, 2 May 2016, Go to publication
Every month, CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis publishes a digital outline of the results of its research and forecasts, generally appearing as CEP, MEV, Discussion Papers, Policy Briefs, CPB Books, presentations and data. This is the Newsletter of April 2016.Read more
The number of long-term unemployed will decrease, automatically, as the economy recovers. For many of the older unemployed, however, economic growth offers no solution. In order to help them back into a job, labour market reform will be necessary. This conclusion is published in CPB Policy Brief 2015/11.Read more