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October 16, 2018

The effects of globalisation in the Netherlands: A theoretical and empirical survey

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The purpose of this document is to put the developments of globalisation into perspective for the Dutch labour market.

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July 2, 2018

Frontier firms and followers in the Netherlands: estimating productivity and identifying the frontier

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This study shows that constructing a large dataset, which sufficiently covers all firm sizes, is a prerequisite for studying the divergence hypothesis. We merge datasets of individual firm and employee data in the years 20062015 for the Netherlands, resulting in a representative sample of corporations. We find no evidence of diverging productivity between firms on the national frontier and laggard firms.

June 28, 2018

Koplopers en volgers: geen divergentie in Nederland

Publication (in Dutch only)

Deze CPB-Notitie geeft een overzicht van de bijdragen van kleine en grote bedrijven aan de productiviteitsgroei in Nederland.

June 1, 2018

Inclusieve globalisering

Publication (in Dutch only)

Globalisering is here to stay. Ondanks de maatschappelijke weerstand die vrij verkeer van goederen, diensten, werknemers en kapitaal bij gelegenheid opwekt, zijn de voordelen voor ons land zonder twijfel groot. Het brengt ons beter betaalbare en meer gevarieerde dagelijkse boodschappen en een hogere productie met meer kennisbanen.

March 9, 2017

Productivity Slowdown - Evidence for the Netherlands

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This paper analyses how The Netherlands compares to other countries in terms of the productivity slowdown. It also includes a comparison of different sectors and tests possible explanatory variables.

June 9, 2016

Brexit costs for the Netherlands arise from reduced trade

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By 2030, the costs for the Netherlands could run up to 1.2% of GDP, or 10 billion euros.

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