Publications

November 27, 2014

MICSIM: A behavioural microsimulation model for the analysis of tax-benefit reform in the Netherlands

In this paper, we present MICSIM. MICSIM is a behavioural microsimulation model for the analysis of structural labour-supply effects.

November 27, 2014

Presentation: Simulating Income Tax Reforms in the Netherlands with MICSIM

This presentation was used by Egbert Jongen during a seminar about 'MICSIM', 27 November 2014, in The Hague.

October 17, 2014

The effectiveness of fiscal stimuli for working parents

We study the relative effectiveness of fiscal stimuli for working parents in an empirical model of household labour supply and childcare use.

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May 29, 2013

Meer over de top

This document is in Dutch, there is no English translation.

May 29, 2013

Estimating the Elasticity of Taxable Labour Income in the Netherlands

We study the elasticity of taxable labour income (ETI) of employees in the Netherlands. The large 2001 Dutch tax reform generates substantial variation in marginal tax rates at di erent segments of the income distribution.

May 29, 2013

Over de top

This document is in Dutch, there is no English translation of this page.

March 7, 2013

A structural analysis of labour supply elasticities in the Netherlands

We estimate the labour supply elasticity for a large number of groups on the Dutch labour market. We exploit a large administrative household panel data set for the period 1999-2005.

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January 24, 2013

The dog that did not bark: The EITC for single mothers in the Netherlands

We study the extension of an EITC for single mothers in the Netherlands to mothers with a youngest child of 12 to 15 years old. This reform has increased the net income for the treatment group by 5%.

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September 11, 2012

Childcare subsidies and labour supply: evidence from a large Dutch reform

Over the period 2005-2009 the Dutch government increased childcare subsidies substantially, reducing the average effective parental fee by 50%, and extended subsidies to so-called guestparent care.

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