Centraal Planbureau

Steady economic growth, Government deficit declines

Short-term forecasts CEP 2015, March 2015, up to and including 2016. To the press release

Recent publications

Central Economic Plan 2015

For this year and the next, economic growth is projected to go up to 1.7% and 1.8%, respectively.

CEP  | 16‑03‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.8 MB)

Assessment of the technical assumptions on exchange rates, oil prices and interest rates (CEP2015)

This CPB Background Document presents an assessment of the technical assumptions on the projections (short: projections) of four variables.

CPB Background Document  | 16‑03‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 2 MB)

Estimating the Impact of Forced Sales on House Prices

We study the price effects of forced sales on the Dutch housing market. A forced sale may result in a lower transaction price because of e.g. suboptimal incentives for revenue maximization.

CPB Discussion Paper 304 | 10‑03‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.4 MB)

Popular publications

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Forecasts Central Economic Plan 2015 (March 2015)

The macroeconomic projections up to and including 2016. Go to the data

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Newsletter February 2015

A monthly overview of new CPB Publications and forecasts, to which you can subscribe. read more

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Movie about CPB-projections

Making projections is one of CPB's core activities. How are these projections made? Watch the movie

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CPB World Trade Monitor

The volume of world trade decreased by 1.4% in the month January. Read more

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CPB Policy Brief 2014/07

Structural budget balance: a love at first sight turned sour... Improvements required. Read more

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