18 Works

The impact of import competition and export opportunities on the Dutch labour market

Rob Euwals, Gerrit Hugo van Heuvelen, Gerdien Meijerink, Jan Möhlmann & Simon Rabaté

Alternative work arrangements and worker outcomes: evidence from payrolling

Bas Scheer, Wiljan van den Berge, Maarten Goos, Alan Manning & Anna Solomons

Skill up or get left behind? Digital skills and labor market outcomes in the Netherlands

Mariëlle Non, Milena Dinkova & Benjamin Dahmen

Housing Market Effects of a Railroad Tunneling: Evidence from a quasi-experiment

Koen van Ruijven & Joep Tijm

Prices and market power in mental health care: Evidence from a major policy change in the Netherlands

Chiara Bouns, Rudy Douven & Ron Kemp

Offshore Tax Evasion and Wealth Inequality: Evidence from a Tax Amnesty in the Netherlands

Arjan Lejour, Wouter Leenders, Simon Rabaté & Maarten 't Riet

The revealed comparative advantages of Dutch cities

Tijl Hendrich, Jennifer Olsen, Steven Brakman & Charles van Marrewijk

Home Ownership and Home Equity Promote Entrepreneurial Activity

Wolter Hassink, Matteo Millone, Remco Mocking & Benedikt Vogt

The causal effects of employment on mental health and criminality for disabled workers

Remco van Eijkel, Sander Gerritsen, Klarita Sadiraj & Maroesjka Versantvoort

Inequality and Redistribution in the Netherlands

Arjan Bruil, Céline van Essen, Wouter Leenders, Arjan Lejour, Jan Möhlmann & Simon Rabaté

Do people value environmental goods? Evidence from the Netherlands

Koen van Ruijven & Joep Tijm

Entries and regional growth: the role of relatedness

Tijl Hendrich, Jennifer Olsen & Judith Bayer

Pension payout preferences

Rik Dillingh & Maria Zumbuehl

Can skill differences explain the gap in the track recommendation by socio-economic status?

Maria Zumbuehl, Nihal Chehber & Rik Dillingh

A Structural Microsimulation Model for Demand-Side Cost-Sharing in Healthcare

Jan Boone & Minke Remmerswaal

The Child Penalty in the Netherlands and its Determinants

Simon Rabaté & Sara Rellstab

Labor Supply Effects of Survivor Insurance: Evidence from Restricted Access to Survivor Benefits in the Netherlands

Simon Rabaté & Julie Tréguier

Addressing Unemployment Rate Forecast Errors in Relation to the Business Cycle

Bas Scheer

Registration Year

  • 2022
  • 2021
  • 2020

Resource Types

  • Text


  • CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis
  • Utrecht University
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Menzis (Netherlands)
  • University of Groningen
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • De Nederlandsche Bank
  • Universita della Svizzera Italiana
  • Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority
  • Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek