Marielle Non

wetenschappelijk medewerker, Sector 4 Marktordening
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+31 6 11048711 M.C.Non@cpb.nl
Centraal Planbureau

Bezuidenhoutseweg 30
2594 AV Den Haag


Publications

October 17, 2019

Risicorapportage cyberveiligheid economie 2019

Het is vaak onduidelijk wat de financiële én maatschappelijke gevolgen van digitale aanvallen en spionage zijn. Deze onduidelijkheid wordt veroorzaakt doordat organisaties: 1) niet iedere aanval opmerken; 2) niet...

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November 30, 2018

The effect of reinsuring a deductible on pharmaceutical spending: A Dutch case study on low-income people

The basic health insurance in the Netherlands includes a mandatory deductible of currently 385 euros per adult per year. Several municipalities offer a group contract for low-income people in which the deductible is reinsured, meaning that out-of-pocket spending under the deductible is covered by supplementary insurance. This study examines to what extent such reinsurance leads to higher pharmaceutical spending.

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October 15, 2018

Risicorapportage Cyberveiligheid Economie 2018

Nederlandse bedrijven en de overheid zijn in vergelijking met andere landen goed beschermd tegen cybercriminaliteit. Zo passen Nederlandse websites relatief vaak versleutelingsstandaarden toe en nemen Nederlandse...

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November 3, 2017

Co-payments in long-term home care: do they affect the use of care?

We study the effect of a policy change in co-payments on the use of long-term home care in The Netherlands. The change increased co-payments for persons with considerable household financial assets. For identification we apply a difference-in-difference analysis with matched treatment and control groups.

January 20, 2017

The effect of financial development on economic growth: a meta-analysis

The financial crisis has renewed interest in the finance-growth relationship. We analyze the empirical literature and find a moderate positive but decreasing effect of finance on growth.