Adding bio-based products and materials to statistical classificationsPublications
Descriptions of processes for proposing new codes to the PRODCOM, CN and NACE classifications at European level. Recommendations are provided based on interviews with experts.
Dutch Natural Capital Accounts 2013-2018Publications
The Natural Capital Accounts (NKR) are a statistical framework, intended to map the relationship between nature, economy and human activities in a transparent and internationally comparable manner.
Imports of Digitised ProductsPublications
This study provides a first reasonable experimental overview of the size of a few digitised activities in the Dutch economy. The intent behind the study is not to give a complete overview of all imports of all digitised products.
Measuring income in a globalized economyArticles
An explorative search for a macro-economic framework based on business models
Footprint calculations with ExiobaseFigures
The quality Exiobase as far as the Netherlands is concerned is substantially improved by harmonizing the data with the Dutch national accounts.
Supplementary table on pensions for the NetherlandsFigures
The international national accounting standards provide a somewhat scattered picture of pension arrangements.
Local kind-of-activity unit (local KAU)Other
The part of a kind-of-activity unit (KAU) which corresponds to a local unit.
Gross domestic product of the Caribbean NetherlandsOther
Gross domestic product (GDP) of the Caribbean Netherlands
The national transfer accounts for the Netherlands-2015Articles
As the Dutch society is aging, there is an increasing need to understand how this influences economic flows....
Time use changes in the Netherlands: The analytical strength of a time-use moduleArticles
This paper first summarizes the discussion around the construction of a household satellite account and then continues to present the extension of the Dutch National Accounts with a time-use module. The module is developed to investigate the potential of data on paid and unpaid labour measured in time-units to serve the purpose of analyses, while keeping the link with the SNA framework and bypassing the issue of the valuation of unpaid labour.