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Dependence on External Finance and SME Survival

This CPB Background Document addresses whether, in the aftermath of the financial crisis, default probabilities of firms that depend more on external finance were affected more negatively than default probabilities of less dependent firms.

CPB Background Document | 25 July 2016

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Potential economic effects of TTIP for the Netherlands

The economic effects of TTIP are analysed with WorldScan. TTIP is expected to have a positive effect on trade between the EU and the US and on investment and economic growth in both areas. Hence, the Netherlands will benefit with an increase in GDP of 1.7% in 2030.

CPB Discussion Paper 331 | 14 July 2016

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ISBN 978-90-5833-738-2 | Go to publication

The political economy of tax reforms

In the Netherlands, major tax reform proposals sometimes are adopted and converted into policy, but often they are not. This CPB Policy Brief focuses on why this is so.

CPB Policy Brief 2016/08 | 30 June 2016

22 pages | pdf document, 858 KB

ISBN 978-90-5833-735-1 | Go to publication

Trade effects of Brexit for the Netherlands

On June 23th the United Kingdom (UK) will hold a referendum on its European Union’s (EU) membership. Brexit will occur in the event of a leave vote and this will have far-reaching consequences.

CPB Background Document | 9 June 2016

32 pages | pdf document, 858 KB

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Determinants of long-term interest rates

The nominal long-term interest rate decreased in the past decades due to the decrease in (expected) inflation and in potential growth and due to changes in the age structure of the population.

CPB Background Document | 27 May 2016

34 pages | pdf document, 858 KB

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Central Economic Plan 2016

The moderate rate of economic recovery is continuing, on a global level, with a 2.9% growth in the world economy projected for this year, and 3.2% for the next.

CEP | 21 March 2016

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ISBN 978-90-1239-758-2 | Go to publication

Tax bunching by owners of small corporations

In the Netherlands owners of small corporations face taxation of corporate, labour and capital income. Taxation of the latter may be deferred. We study their options for income shifting using bunching techniques.

CPB Discussion Paper 326 | 16 March 2016

38 pages | pdf document, 858 KB

ISBN 978-90-5833-723-8 | Go to publication

Credit Supply Shocks in the Netherlands

This study looks at the effects of credit supply shocks in the Netherlands and provides estimates of how important credit supply disturbances have been for explaining the recent disappointing economic growth.

CPB Discussion Paper 320 | 12 January 2016

44 pages | pdf document, 858 KB

ISBN 978-90-5833-713-9 | Go to publication

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