Renewable energy policies and cross-border investment: evidence from M&A in solar and wind energy
The study assesses the role of feed-in tariffs (FITs) and renewable energy certificates (RECs).
CPB Discussion Paper 288 | 28 October 2014
38 pages | pdf document, 456 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-659-0 | Go to publication
Knowledge spillovers from renewable energy technologies, Lessons from patent citations
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 December 2013
30 pages | pdf document, 704.1 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-624-8 | Go to publication
On which technologies do renewable energy innovations build on?
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 December 2013
26 pages | pdf document, 821.8 KB
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Interactie Milieubeleidsinstrumenten met het ETS
This document is in Dutch, there is no English translation.
CPB Communication | 8 January 2013
24 pages | pdf document, 1012.3 KB
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Innovation policy for directing technical change in the power sector
This paper discusses policy instruments for redirecting technical change within the electricity sector to mitigate climate change.
CPB Discussion Paper 223 | 25 October 2012
28 pages | pdf document, 942.6 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-570-8 | Go to publication
Optimal regulation under unknown supply of distributed generation
As distributed generation (DG) continues to expand, larger low-voltage networks will be required in the future.
CPB Discussion Paper 192 | 22 November 2011
26 pages | pdf document, 250.9 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-531-9 | Go to publication
Vertical integration and exclusive vertical restraints in health-care markets
Vertical integration and exclusive vertical restraints in health-care markets.
CPB Discussion Paper 172 | 9 March 2011
36 pages | pdf document, 456.6 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-500-5 | Go to publication
Forecasting public health expenditures in the Netherlands
This background document presents the forecasting methodology applied in the Netherlands for the medium-term health expenditure forecast of 2011-2015.
CPB Background Document | 3 February 2011
15 pages | pdf document, 606 KB
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The effect of competition on process and outcome quality of hospital care: An empirical analysis for the Netherlands
Limited effects of competition in the healthcare sector till now.
CPB Discussion Paper 157 | 9 September 2010
50 pages | pdf document, 683.8 KB
ISBN 978-90-5833-471-8 | Go to publication
Relation entry, exit and productivity: an overview of recent theoretical and empirical literature
Decomposition methods show that entry and exit considerably contribute to productivity growth.
CPB Document 180 | 3 March 2009
92 pages | pdf document, 553.9 KB
ISBN 9789058333964 | Go to publication
Vertical relationships between health insurers and healthcare providers
The current institutional reforms in the Dutch healthcare sector may increase the extent of vertical relations.
CPB Document 167 | 13 August 2008
70 pages | pdf document, 390.3 KB
ISBN 9789058333704 | Go to publication
Vertical foreclosure: a policy framework
Whenever you phone your mother, switch on the light, or buy health insurance you purchase a service or product from a chain of vertically related industries.
CPB Document 157 | 10 January 2008
96 pages | pdf document, 547.1 KB
ISBN 9789058333483 | Go to publication
Market share and price in Dutch home care: market power or quality?
A change of legislation in 2004 of the Dutch Exceptional Medical Expenses Act (EMEA) allowed for more competition among suppliers of home care.
CPB Discussion Paper 95 | 17 December 2007
30 pages | pdf document, 570.4 KB
ISBN 9097858333452 | Go to publication
Public and private roles in road infrastructure: an exploration of market failure, public instruments and government failure
Starting with a 'greenfield' situation, we discuss reasons for market failure in road infrastructure provision.
CPB Document 146 | 18 June 2007
62 pages | pdf document, 318.8 KB
ISBN 9789058333230 | Go to publication
Liberalisation of European energy markets: challenges and policy options
The European electricity and gas markets have been going through a process of liberalisation since the early 1990s.
CPB Document 138 | 15 December 2006
88 pages | pdf document, 531.1 KB
ISBN 9789058333056 | Go to publication
Incentives for investment by Dutch Housing Corporations.
This study investigates the incentives and restrictions for building new renting houses by Dutch housing corporations, and how they have changed since the mid 90s.
CPB Document 112 | 28 February 2006
56 pages | pdf document, 324.3 KB
ISBN 9789058332639 | Go to publication
Switch on the competition; causes, consequences and policy implications of consumer switching costs
Competition is effective only when consumers can switch easily from one supplier to another.
CPB Document 97 | 29 September 2005
118 pages | pdf document, 620.3 KB
ISBN 9789058332356 | Go to publication
Vertical separation of the energy-distribution industry; an assessment of several options for unbundling
Net welfare effect of ownership unbundling ambiguous.
CPB Document 84 | 27 April 2005
98 pages | pdf document, 522 KB
ISBN 9789058332172 | Go to publication
Better safe than sorry? Reliability policy in network industries
Better safe than sorry?
CPB Document 73 | 9 December 2004
151 pages | pdf document, 804.1 KB
ISBN 9789058332028 | Go to publication