Large banks derive a funding advantage from being too-big-to-fail, while small banks do not.
CPB Discussion Paper 268 | 24‑02‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 1.5 MB)
This paper exploits a quasi-experiment to value the benefits of reducing urban traffic externalities.
CPB Discussion Paper 267 | 19‑02‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 917.1 KB)
This paper investigates the relation between characteristics of de financial sector and growth.
CPB Discussion Paper 266 | 4‑02‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 1015 KB)
We examine the impact of bilateral and multilateral tax treaties on bilateral FDI stocks in 34 OECD countries.
CPB Discussion Paper 265 | 3‑02‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 875 KB)
The impact of a comprehensive school reform policy for failing schools on educational achievement; Results of the first four years
This CPB Discussion Paper estimates the effects of a comprehensive school reform program on high-stakes test scores in Amsterdam.
CPB Discussion Paper 264 | 30‑01‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 1.5 MB)
Presentation used by Wim Suyker during a conference at the Dutch embassy in London, on January 22, 2014.
CPB Presentation | 22‑01‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 373.5 KB)
We analyse the effects of fiscal expansions using a New Keynesian model and find that the reverse holds in the presence of sovereign default risk.
CPB Discussion Paper 263 | 10‑01‑2014 | Download (PDF document, 917.3 KB)
This paper studies the knowledge spillovers generated by renewable-energy technologies, unraveling the technological fields that benefit from knowledge developed in various durable energy technologies.
CPB Discussion Paper 262 | 19‑12‑2013 | Download (PDF document, 704.1 KB)
We use patent-citations analysis on patents in renewable and fossil-fuel energy filed at seventeen European countries to address the research question: on which technologies does renewable-energy innovation build on?
CPB Background Document | 19‑12‑2013 | Download (PDF document, 821.8 KB)
We study how the possibility of renegotiation affects optimal bail-out policies for countries under asymmetric information on a country's cost of reforms.
CPB Discussion Paper 261 | 10‑12‑2013 | Download (PDF document, 323.1 KB)
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