Leon Bettendorf

wetenschappelijk medewerker, Sector 2 Macro en internationale economie
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Centraal Planbureau

Bezuidenhoutseweg 30
2594 AV Den Haag

Leon Bettendorf has been working since 2003 at CPB. His research interests are broad but are mainly in the field of aging and taxes. He carries a lot of research on corporate taxation in the EU. In his research he likes using applied general equilibrium models. Currently he is also coordinator of a consortium that performs analysis of taxation on behalf of the European Commission (TAXUD).

Last publication: contribution to A retrospective evaluation of elements of the EU VAT system, This report was commissioned by the European Commission (DG TAXUD) and prepared by a consortium under the project leader IFS.

 

 
  • 1985: Graduate in Economics, K.U. Leuven
  • 1994: PhD in Economics, K.U. Leuven (Dissertation: A dynamic applied general equilibrium model for a small open economy)
  • 2005 - 2008: assistent professor Macroeconomics Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • >2003: researcher CPB

Publications

October 24, 2023

Uitsplitsing van de inflatie in Nederland

De prijzen die consumenten betalen zijn de afgelopen drie jaar sterk gestegen. Meerdere factoren speelden daarbij in wisselende samenstelling een rol, zoals gestegen importprijzen, hogere lonen en meer winstmarge.

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August 2, 2023

Macro-economische en budgettaire effecten van beleidsvarianten met Saffier 3.0

In deze CPB-publicatie bespreken we de macro-economische en budgettaire effecten op middellange termijn van acht beleidsmaatregelen. Hierdoor krijgen lezers inzicht in de werking van het model Saffier 3....

June 6, 2023

Position Paper 'Afschaffen van btw op groente en fruit'

Op verzoek van de Commissie voor VWS van de Tweede Kamer neemt het Centraal Planbureau (CPB) deel aan het rondetafelgesprek ‘Afschaffen btw op groente en fruit’. Deze notitie bevat de inbreng van het CPB voor dit...

April 20, 2023

A simulation of energy prices and corporate profits

Firms have absorbed the higher costs for gas and electricity with energy savings and price increases for customers. The higher energy prices are expected to lead to only a limited number of additional loss-making firms.

A simulation of energy prices and corporate profits
April 17, 2023

National Productivity Board 2022 annual report

The dip in productivity growth in 2020 was followed by a strong recovery in 2021. As in most years, the growth in labour productivity in 2021 is mainly driven by the growth in Total Factor Productivity (TFP)....