1. Earnings responses to discontinuities in social security contributions: Evidence from Dutch administrative data

    We analyse the effects of social security contributions (SSCs) by examining the distribution of earnings close to thresholds in the schedule in the Netherlands.

    CPB Discussion Paper 311 | 28‑09‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 2 MB)

  2. Stay rates of foreign PhD graduates in the Netherlands

    The effects of foreign PhD graduates on the Dutch economy as a whole and on public finances in particular depends on whether and for how long foreigners stay in the country after receiving their PhD degree from a Dutch university.

    CPB Background Document  | 24‑09‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.8 MB)

  3. A structural analysis of labour supply and involuntary unemployment in the Netherlands

    Most structural models for labour supply ignore the possibility of involuntary unemployment which may lead to biased behavioural responses.

    CPB Discussion Paper 312 | 23‑09‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.4 MB)

  4. Indexation schemes of non-earmarked grants in several OECD countries

    In the Netherlands, as of 2015, several government tasks in the fields of elderly care, youth care and labour participation (of people with a disability) have been decentralised to the municipalities.

    CPB Background Document  | 22‑09‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.6 MB)

  5. Macro Economic Outlook (MEV) 2016

    In this publication CPB presents its analyses and projections of both the Dutch and worldwide economy in 2015 and 2016.

    MEV  | 15‑09‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.9 MB)

  6. CPB Asset Liability Management Model for Pension Analyses

    CPB uses an Asset Liability Management (ALM) model to analyse the effects of policies concerning the second pillar of the Dutch pension system.

    CPB Background Document  | 1‑09‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.6 MB)

  7. Network Analysis of Tax Treaty Shopping using dividend-based weights

    Multi-national corporations can reduce their tax burden on repatriating foreign profits by using third countries, other than the home and host country of the investment, which have more favourable tax treaties.

    CPB Communication  | 28‑08‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.9 MB)

  8. A financial market model for the Netherlands: A methodological refinement

    The Committee Parameters advises to use the KNW-model to generate a representative scenario set for feasibility studies of pension funds.

    CPB Background Document  | 26‑08‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.5 MB)

  9. Presentation: Sound Public Finances. Experience with Fiscal Institutions in the Netherlands

    Sound Public Finances. Experience with Fiscal Institutions in the Netherlands.

    CPB Presentation  | 3‑08‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 716.9 KB)

  10. Quasi-experimental evidence on the relation between child care subsidies and child care quality

    In this article we present quasi-experimental evidence on the relation between child care subsidies and child care quality.

    CPB Discussion Paper 310 | 23‑06‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.7 MB)

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