Social interactions and the retirement age
In this study, we gauge the impact of social interactions on individual retirement preferences.
CPB Discussion Paper 278 | 6 June 2014
34 pages | pdf document, 1.1 MB
ISBN 978-90-5833-644-8 | Go to publication
Non-financial determinants of retirement
This paper first confronts the observed aggregate retirement pattern in the Netherlands with predictions of traditional economic models of retirement.
CPB Discussion Paper 243 | 3 May 2013
34 pages | pdf document, 1.4 MB
ISBN 978-90-5833-598-2 | Go to publication
The decentralization of Social Assistance and the rise of Disability Insurance enrolment
In this paper, we assess spillover effects of Social Assistance (SA) decentralization in the Netherlands, in particular towards (a centrally administered) Disability Insurance scheme (DI).
CPB Discussion Paper 185 | 22 July 2011
30 pages | pdf document, 2 MB
ISBN 978-90-5833-519-7 | 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
Flexible retirement - that is, the opportunity to choose one’s own personal retirement age - serves as a hedge against pension risk and provides insurance to workers facing health or productivity shocks.
CPB Discussion Paper 174 | 29 March 2011
48 pages | pdf document, 799.5 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-503-6 | Go to publication
Are older workers overpaid? A literature review
Wage and productivity of a worker not equal at all ages.
CPB Discussion Paper 165 | 22 December 2010
58 pages | pdf document, 584.7 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-490-9 | Go to publication
A decomposition of the growth in self-employment
What explains the recent upturn in the number of self-employed?
CPB Discussion Paper 145 | 23 March 2010
40 pages | pdf document, 247 KB
ISBN 9789058334473 | 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
Hidden unemployment in disability insurance in the Netherlands; an empirical analysis based on employer data
In this paper, we construct and estimate a (semi-) structural model, so as to uncover the fraction of hidden unemployment in the Disability Insurance (DI) enrolment rate.
CPB Discussion Paper 69 | 25 August 2006
36 pages | pdf document, 87.7 KB
ISBN 9789058332851 | Go to publication
Disability insurance and unemployment insurance as substitute pathways
In this paper, we estimate the degree of substitution between enrolment into Disability Insurance (DI) and Unemployment Insurance (UI) in the Netherlands.
CPB Discussion Paper 70 | 25 August 2006
38 pages | pdf document, 98.5 KB
ISBN 9789058332851 | 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
What explains the variation in estimates of labour supply elasticities?
This paper performs a meta-analysis of empirical estimates of uncompensated labour supply elasticities.
CPB Discussion Paper 51 | 6 December 2005
36 pages | pdf document, 174.3 KB
ISBN 9789058332448 | Go to publication
Financial incentives in disability insurance in the Netherlands
In this paper, we assess the impact of financial incentives on the inflow in the public Disability Insurance (DI) scheme in the Netherlands.
CPB Discussion Paper 45 | 25 April 2005
44 pages | pdf document, 203.8 KB
ISBN 9789058332165 | Go to publication