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September 14, 2006

Economische effecten van aanpassing fiscale behandeling eigen woning.


The special tax treatment of household investment in housing involves a subsidy relative to other forms of household wealth.

June 14, 2006

Evaluating the push for tougher, more targeted policing in the Netherlands; evidence from a citizen survey


In this study, we estimate the effects of a tougher, more targeted police response to criminal and disorderly behaviour ('proactive policing').

June 12, 2006

Dutch public finance 2008-2011.


This report presents preliminary estimates of Dutch public finance for the next government’s term (2008-2011), assuming no new policy measures.

May 16, 2006

Housing supply and the interaction of regional population and employment


Housing markets may significantly affect the relationship between regional population and employment, if housing supply is not fully accommodative to demand.

April 20, 2006

Koopkrachtontwikkeling 2006: plussen en minnen


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

March 10, 2006

Reinventing the welfare state


The Dutch welfare state is under pressure. Future trends of ageing and globalisation render public finances unsustainable and worsen the position of low-skilled workers on the labour market.

February 28, 2006

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.

February 16, 2006

Compensation of regional unemployment in housing markets


Why are regional unemployment differentials in Europe so persistent if, as the wage curve literature demonstrates, there is no compensation in labour markets?

December 1, 2005

Geactualiseerde koopkrachtraming 2006


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

November 1, 2005

A comparison of catching-up premium rate models


This paper discusses and compares two models for the catching-up premium rate, a partial adjustment (PA) model and a linear quadratic regulator (LQR) model.