MEV 2019, Short-term forecasts, up to and including 2019Go to the data
The Dutch economy continues to flourish, with growth figures of 2.8% this year and 2.6% in 2019. Unemployment will drop to 3.5%, and most households will experience an increase in purchasing power. In this publication CPB presents its analyses and projections of both the Dutch and worldwide economy in 2018 and 2019.
MEV 2019, 18 September 2018, Go to publication
We show that this reform not only affected consumption of this care type, but also the consumption of three other types of long-term care that are financed through another public scheme.
CPB Discussion Paper 382, 13 September 2018, Go to publication
This article examines whether the productivity spillovers from a large share of highly educated workers occur within regions, sectors and/or firms. To distinguish between these possibilities, I follow a two-stage procedure to estimate a Mincerian wage equation using matched employer-employee panel data on individual earnings and educational attainment.
CPB Discussion Paper 381, 3 September 2018, Go to publication
The question is no longer if, but when and how unconventional monetary policy will be phased out. The undoing of the unconventional policies will affect European economies, just as their build up stimulated the euro area economy.Read more
The costs to the EU of achieving its climate targets could be substantially reduced if it would use negative emissions technology, such as the gasification of biomass in specially designed power plants that capture CO2 and store it underground (BECCS).Read the press release