Albert van der Horst

sectorhoofd, Sector 2 Macro-analyse
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+31 6 52526165 A.van.der.Horst@cpb.nl
Centraal Planbureau

Bezuidenhoutseweg 30
2594 AV Den Haag

Albert van der Horst is employed at CPB since 2000. Currently, he is head of the sector Macroeconomics, responsible for the short-term projections, the macroeconomic effects of fiscal policy and the analysis of pension reforms.

The research of Albert van der Horst covers Macroeconomics, Health Care, and Fiscal Policy. He is the co-author of Roads to Recovery, The future of Health Care and The Netherlands of 2040.

  • 1996-2000 Ph.D-student at the University of Amsterdam
  • 1990-1995 Master of Econometrics at University of Groningen
  • 2013-current Head of Department at CPB - Macroeconomics
  • 2013-2013 Program Leader at CPB - Macroeconomics
  • 2009-2013 Program Leader at CPB - Welfare Economics
  • 2003-2009 Researcher at CPB - International Economics
  • 2000-2003 Researcher at CPB - Macroeconomic Modelling


Publications

May 15, 2018

Presentatie 'Verdeling van de koek'

Deze presentatie is gebruikt door Albert van der Horst op 15 mei 2018 tijdens de Ronde Tafelbijeenkomst over de AIQ in de Tweede Kamer in Den...

August 16, 2017

Actualisatie Middellangetermijnverkenning 2018-2021

The Dutch economy is well on the rise, according to the latest projections by CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis. For this year, economic growth is projected to increase to 3....

June 23, 2017

Herziening methode arbeidsinkomensquote

Met ingang van de eerstvolgende Macro Economische Verkenning in september 2017 wijzigt het CPB de berekening van de arbeidsinkomensquote (AIQ). Deze nieuwe berekeningswijze houdt beter rekening met het arbeidsinkomen...

June 14, 2017

Juniraming 2017: economische vooruitzichten 2017 en 2018

The lights are green for the economy of the Netherlands; it is growing and employment is increasing, leading to a decrease in unemployment to 4.7%. The government budget will result in a surplus, for both 2017 and 2018...

December 13, 2016

Decemberraming 2016: economische vooruitzichten 2017

Economic growth will continue. For both this year and 2017, GDP is projected to grow by 2.1%. Next year, unemployment will decrease to 5.3% and the government budget will be balanced....