CPB Open Day

Contributing to better policies for everyone in the Netherlands. Conducting scientific research that enables politicians and policymakers to take well-considered decisions. If that appeals to you, CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis is the place to be. Come to our Open Day in The Hague on Wednesday, 6 December 2023 for information on internships, jobs and/or PhD research.

December 6, 2023
12:30 - 18:30
Bezuidenhoutseweg 30, 2594 AV The Hague

How much are the climate measures costing and how can the climate targets be achieved? What does the new government policy mean for purchasing power? What does the high inflation rate mean for households and how is it impacting the economy? What is the expected trend in poverty, for Dutch people as a whole and specifically for children?


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These are just a few of the questions/issues addressed by the scientific researchers at CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis. The Open Day is an opportunity to get to know the work of CPB and our economists and econometricians.

Open Day 2023

Working at CPB means:

• Conducting scientific research that is important to society.
• Getting straight down to work as part of a team of active researchers. You will fit in immediately, whether as an employee or an intern.
• Nice, enthusiastic colleagues to work with and share social activities.

Open Day programme

1:15 – 1:30 pm Doors open
1:30 – 1:40 pm Welcome by Jeroen Hinloopen, CPB Deputy Director
1:40 – 2:10 pm Presentation on working at CPB
2:10 – 2:30 pm Tour of the building by JongCPB
2:30 – 2:45 pm Short break
2:45 – 5:00 pm An interactive case study
5:00 – 6:30pm Time for drinks!


Would you like to get to know CPB at the Open Day on 6 December 2023? Great! To register, send your CV to Shalini Raghoebar, Also take a look at our website The deadline for registration is 26 November 2023.

Non-Dutch-speaking participants are welcome. Our working language is Dutch. The first part of the Open Day will take place in Dutch. Non-Dutch speakers will be given a translation and can ask questions in English. The second part (the case study) will take place in English.

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