Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics

The national accounts are the official statistics that provide an overview of the Dutch economy.

The national accounts are the official statistics that provide an overview of the Dutch economy.

In 2015, the members of the United Nations (UN) adopted an agenda for sustainable development

The national accounts are the official statistics that provide an overview of the Dutch economy.

Economic valuation of activities related to the Dutch North Sea and coast is presented for the years 2005, 2010 and 2014

The Dutch Sustainability Monitor provides an account of sustainability in the Netherland

Report of the first findings on where the Netherlands stands in terms of the SDG indicators.

This summary in English reviews the key facts from each chapter of the publication, item by item.

The national accounts are the official statistics that provide an overview of the Dutch economy.

The material flow monitor provides insight into the physical material flows (in kilos) to, from and within the Dutch economy.

In the publication <em>Green growth in the Netherlands 2015</em>,Statistics Netherlands analyses and describes the state of the &#8220;green&#8221; economy in the Netherlands, based on 36 indicators, divided over six themes (environmental efficiency, raw material efficiency, natural resources, environmental quality, green policy instruments and economic opportunities).

The European Union has formulated the so called Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure. By means of a scoreboard, the European Commission judges whether there are (potential) imbalances within the member state’s economies.

The national accounts comprise the official statistics that provide an overview of the Dutch economy. These include the main macro-economic indicators economic growth, budget deficit, and disposable household income, as well as statistics on consumption, investment, imports and exports, and employment.

In our present-day world, economic growth is mainly achieved through innovation and increased productivity, which puts knowledge and technology at the heart of the economic policy debate. ICT has a special place in this debate, as it is an ever-renewing technology that has the potential to increase efficiency, facilitate knowledge sharing and enhance innovation.

Sustainability Monitor of the Netherlands 2014

This publication contains the results of the environmental accounts 2013. The topics energy use, mineral reserves, water emissions, greenhouse gas emissions, CO2 per quarter, other air emissions and environmental taxes and fees were already published on 29 September 2014 in the publication Environmental accounts of the Netherlands 2013; first results.

In the publication <em>Environmental accounts of the Netherlands 2012</em> Statistics Netherlands analyses and describes the relationship between the environment and the economy in the Netherlands. The first part zooms in on regular topics such as water quantity, energy use, emissions to air, material flows, environmental taxes and subsidies and the environmental goods and services sector. In the second part three detail studies are included. The first one focus on the results of the first material monitor for the Netherlands. The second theme article focus on energy time series from 1960 until 2012. Finally, a research is done for making the consumption based carbon footprint consistent with official statistics.

In the publication the environmental accounts of the Netherlands 2011 Statistics Netherlands describes and analyzes the relationship between the environment andthe economy in the Netherlands.

The national accounts are the official overview statistics of the Dutch economy. These statistics play a central role in economic and monetary policy-making and policy analysis and are indeed the basis of the economic predictions and analyses of the Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis.

The national accounts are the official overview statistics of the Dutch economy. These statistics play a central role in economic and monetary policy-making and policy analysis and are indeed the basis of the economic predictions and analyses of the Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis.

The Dutch growth accounts 2009 describes and analyses in a systematic way the determinants of economic growth in different industries of the Dutch economy.

The National accounts represent the official statistical review of the Dutch economy.

The National accounts represent the official statistical review of the Dutch economy. National income, economic growth, government deficit or surplus and employment are examples of important data in the publication. Concepts and classifications of the National accounts are standardised at the world level and are laid down in international guidelines which makes it possible to compare between countries.