Standard International Trade Classification (SITC 3)Other
The SITC is a UN classification that makes it possible to compare of foreign trade statistics internationally. The most detailed level of the SITC is the 5-digit classification.
ISI Congress 2021: How statistics can help build a better worldArticles
The 63rd ISI World Statistics Congress is set to take place from 11-16 July 2021.
Supplementary Benefits Act (TW)Other
The Supplementary Benefits Act tops up benefits under ZW, WW, WAZ, and Wajong provisions (for sickness and disability) to the guaranteed income level. The law came into force on 1 January 1987 and replaces...
Agriculture; crops, livestock and land use by general farm type, regionFigures
Agricultural census; crops, livestock, land use and corresponding number of holdings by general farm type and region
Government; Taxes and social contributionsFigures
Revenue collected from taxes and social contributions Types of taxes and social contributions
Environment costs and -expenditure; enterprises > 10 employees; key figuresFigures
Investments and net annual costs of environmental measures Mining and quarrying, Manufacturing and Public utilities
Approaches of domestic product (GDP); National AccountsFigures
Data on the output components, final expenditure categories and income components of gross domestic products, annual data
Information security and privacy are an ongoing priority for CBSArticles
Information security and privacy are permanently high on the agenda at Statistics Netherlands (CBS).
Multilateral indices and the relaunch problemArticles
A complication of many modern price index methods is the relaunch problem: price changes due to product replacement are not properly measured. This paper compares three solution methods: clustering, imputation...
Topological anonymity in networksArticles
Statistics Netherlands has been investigating Network data as a source of new statistics. This implies new questions in the area of statistical disclosure control. In this paper a theory for measuring...
Ecosystems and well-being – the impact of land use changesPublications
The contributions of ecosystems to well-being depend on the extent and quality of ecosystems. This report shows that the state of natural capital is a cause for concern, and that future spatial claims...
World Data Forum: from data to policyOther
The first World Data Forum was held in Cape Town, South Africa from 15 to 18 January this year.
9 in 10 internet users protect their personal dataArticles
Of all people aged 12 years and over who use the internet, 90 percent say they took measures in 2020 to protect their personal data online.
Maritime data: big data source with great potentialOther
A European project group led by Stastistics Netherlands is conducting a study on AIS-data
Extracting data on road network transportation from sensor data without sample designOther
Big data has received increasing attention across several disciplines in recent years. In official statistics, big data potentially enables us to produce statistics cheaper, faster, and on a higher level...
CBS explores possible privacy preserving techniquesArticles
The statutory task of Statistics Netherlands (CBS) is to carry out high-quality statistical research for the government sector and academia.
CBS Urban Data Centre / HeerlenOther
As of November 2016, CBS and the city of Heerlen are working together in CBS Urban Data Centre / Heerlen.
Structure national net lending/borrowing; National AccountsFigures
Structure of national net lending/borrowing Annual data
The importance of reliable data in times of crisisArticles
The COVID-19 crisis has brought with it a great need for reliable data, and national statistical offices (NSOs) are playing an important role in this regard.
Data alliance between CBS and National Rapporteur on TraffickingArticles
Human trafficking and sexual violence against children are extremely serious crimes that have disruptive effects on the lives and well-being of victims.
The Netherlands in numbers, 2021 editionPublications
The Netherlands in numbers (2021 edition) answers 36 questions about our country by means of images and text.