In this study, we investigate the anatomy of older workers’ wages.
CPB Discussion Paper 282 | 28‑07‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 2 MB)
In this paper, a computable general equilibrium set-up is chosen in order to examine what pattern of differentiated carbon prices emerges as optimal in a second-best world.
CPB Discussion Paper 283 | 24‑07‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 574.3 KB)
The particular situation of the youngest and oldest individuals on the labour market motivates age-specific labour market analysis.
CPB Discussion Paper 281 | 22‑07‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 1.7 MB)
Banks have to increase their capital ratios to meet the new regulation requirements.
CPB Background Document | 11‑07‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 1.5 MB)
Targeted advertising can benefit consumers through lower prices for access to websites. Yet, if consumers dislike that websites collect their personal information, their welfare may go down.
CPB Discussion Paper 280 | 7‑07‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 1.7 MB)
Growing pension savings lead to deeper capital markets. This can have a positive effect on economic growth by allowing firms that are more dependent on external finance to grow faster.
CPB Discussion Paper 279 | 2‑07‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 2 MB)
Financial crisis, euro crisis what’s next? The title of this book suggests an answer: recovery. Yet, what road will it take?
CPB Book 11 | 19‑06‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 5.4 MB)
This publication accompanies CPB Book 11 'Roads to recovery', it serves as a background paper to the labour market chapter in the CPB book.
CPB Background Document | 19‑06‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 2.2 MB)
Presentation used by Albert van der Horst during the presentation of the CPB Book 'Roads to recovery', 2014, June 16.
CPB Presentation | 16‑06‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 629.5 KB)
Businesses and the government are all collecting more and more personal data, and they use these data ever more intensively. This is mostly to the benefit of citizens, but not in all cases.
CPB Policy Brief 2014-04 | 12‑06‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 978.1 KB)
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