1. Negative Home Equity and Household Mobility: Evidence from Administrative Data

    We investigate the impact of negative home equity on household mobility.

    CPB Discussion Paper 323 | 11‑02‑2016 | Download (PDF document, 1.1 MB)

  2. House prices and accessibility: Evidence from a natural experiment in transport infrastructure

    This paper studies the impact of accessibility on house prices, based on a natural experiment in the Netherlands: the Westerscheldetunnel.

    CPB Discussion Paper 322 | 26‑01‑2016 | Download (PDF document, 2.1 MB)

  3. The ability to pay for long-term care in the Netherlands: a life-cycle perspective

    This paper uses synthetic life-cycle paths at the individual level to analyze the distribution of long-term care expenditures in the Netherlands.

    CPB Discussion Paper 321 | 20‑01‑2016 | Download (PDF document, 1.9 MB)

  4. 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 | 12‑01‑2016 | Download (PDF document, 900.5 KB)

  5. Do Extrinsically Motivated Mental Health Care Providers Have Better Treatment Outcomes?

    This study compares different responses to financial incentives between self-employed providers in Dutch mental health care.

    CPB Discussion Paper 319 | 23‑12‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.5 MB)

  6. Home Ownership and Household Portfolio Choice

    We study the effect of home equity and indebtedness on financial portfolio choices of Dutch households during the period 2006-2012.

    CPB Discussion Paper 318 | 22‑12‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 2.8 MB)

  7. The allocation of financial risks during the life cycle in individual and collective DC pension contracts

    This paper measures how financial shocks - equity market, interest rate or inflation shocks - affect different generations of participants in pension schemes.

    CPB Discussion Paper 317 | 21‑12‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 2.3 MB)

  8. The effects of CBS revisions on CPB forecasts

    When CPB makes its official forecast it is based on preliminary estimates of economic growth by Statistics Netherlands.

    CPB Background Document  | 11‑12‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.6 MB)

  9. The effects of higher teacher pay on teacher retention

    This paper investigates the effects of higher teacher pay for secondary school teachers on their teacher retention decision and enrollment in additional schooling.

    CPB Discussion Paper 316 | 4‑12‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 2.1 MB)

  10. Decentralization of social policy in the Netherlands

    The Netherlands has recently embarked on a considerable decentralization of social policy.

    CPB Background Document  | 24‑11‑2015 | Download (PDF document, 1.3 MB)

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