Do Wages Continue Increasing at Older Ages? Evidence on the Wage Cushion in the Netherlands
In this study, we investigate the anatomy of older workers’ wages.
CPB Discussion Paper 282 | 28 July 2014
44 pages | pdf document, 2 MB
ISBN 978-90-5833-652-1 | Go to publication
Early Retirement and Financial Incentives: Differences Between High and Low Wage Earners
This paper investigates the impact of financial incentives on early-retirement behaviour for high and low wage earners.
CPB Discussion Paper 195 | 30 November 2011
34 pages | pdf document, 765.5 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-534-0 | Go to publication
Migrant Women on the Labour Market
The behaviour of migrant women on the labour market also influenced by the culture of the host country.
CPB Discussion Paper 180 | 15 June 2011
28 pages | pdf document, 484.1 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-513-5 | Go to publication
The impact of reforms on labour market exit probabilities
This study investigates the impact of the reforms on labour market exit probabilities
CPB Discussion Paper 179 | 14 June 2011
30 pages | pdf document, 425.4 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-512-8 | Go to publication
Private wealth and planned early retirement: A panel data analysis for the Netherlands 1994-2009
Greater private wealth, earlier retirement?
CPB Discussion Paper 160 | 1 November 2010
83 pages | pdf document, 832.2 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-476-3 | Go to publication
Is part-time employment here to stay? Evidence from the Dutch Labour Force Survey 1992-2005
How has the number of working hours of successive generations of women evolved?
CPB Discussion Paper 100 | 21 February 2008
36 pages | pdf document, 341.5 KB
ISBN 9789058333520 | Go to publication
The trend in female labour force participation; what can be expected for the future?
During the 1980s and 1990s, the Netherlands experienced a strong increase in the labour force participation of women.
CPB Discussion Paper 93 | 6 December 2007
41 pages | pdf document, 127.6 KB
ISBN 9789058333421 | Go to publication
The labour market position of Turkish immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands; reason for migration, naturalisation and language proficiency
We investigate the importance of characteristics related to immigration for the labour market position of Turkish immigrants.
CPB Discussion Paper 79 | 14 March 2007
pdf document, 246.2 KB
ISBN 9789058333155 | Go to publication
Immigration, integration and the labour market; Turkish immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands
We investigate the labour market position of Turkish immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands.
CPB Discussion Paper 75 | 19 December 2006
50 pages | pdf document, 289.2 KB
ISBN 9789058333087 | Go to publication
Early retirement behaviour in the Netherlands; evidence from a policy reform
In the early 1990s, the Dutch social partners agreed upon transforming the generous and actuarially unfair PAYG early retirement schemes into less generous and actuarially fair capital funded schemes.
CPB Discussion Paper 52 | 14 December 2005
44 pages | pdf document, 311.7 KB
ISBN 9789058332462 | Go to publication
Explaining the growth of part-time employment; factors of supply and demand
Using the Dutch Labour Force Survey 1991-2001, the authors investigate the incidence of part-time employment in the country with the highest part-time employment rate of the OECD countries.
CPB Discussion Paper 31 | 1 April 2004
40 pages | pdf document, 201.5 KB
ISBN 9789058331700 | Go to publication