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Education and labour market in the security domain
Report on employed persons in security related occupations, students enrolled in security related programmes and their labour market prospects. This study was commissioned by The Hague Security Delta.
Linking ICT related Innovation Adoption and Productivity
E-business systems are increasingly considered as important examples of ICT related innovations embodied in software applications, the adoption of which is essential for capturing the fruits of...
Growing number of ICT professionals self-employed
The number of self-employed information and communication technology (ICT) specialists has increased over the period 2000-2010. ICT specialists are also more often educated at higher vocational...
ICT and Economic growth
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...
ICT, knowledge and the economy 2011
ICT, knowledge and the economy is the combined continuation of the seriesThe digital economy and Knowledge and the economy published annually by Statistics Netherlands until last year.
ICT, knowledge and the economy 2013
ICT, knowledge and the economy 2013 extensively describes how individuals and companies use ICT. Other aspects of the knowledge economy, such as education and research, are extensively dealt with as...
Synthetic data opens up possibilities in the statistical field
The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) recently released a new handbook, ‘Synthetic Data for Official Statistics’, to help get statistical institutes started in producing their own...
Shift towards more productive firms mainly in ICT-intensive sectors
ICT has had a positive effect on the Dutch economy between 2000 and December 2010. Firms became more productive in sectors where ICT is used intensively.