Actual collective consumptionOther
The collective consumption that cannot be attributed to the benefit of individual households. Examples are Defence and Justice.
Sick leave (government)Other
Sick leave refers to sick leave including leave of more than one year and excluding pregnancy and maternity leave for public sector employees: central government, provinces, municipalities, water boards,...
Services that are not primarily engaged in profit making. SIC sections O-U. These include: public administration and defence; compulsory social security; education; health and social work; other community,...
Vacancies (new and filled); government and educationFigures
Vacancies, new vacancies and filled vacancies eight government sectors
Government expenditure and consumption; functions, transactions, sectorsFigures
Government expenditure and final consumption by function (COFOG): General public services, defense, health, education and social protection
Revenues water board levies; budget and actualFigures
Actual and budgeted revenues from water board levies; Water system charge and wastewater treatment levy.
Supply and use by products of activity; National AccountsFigures
Supply and use by products of activity Groups of products of activity (CPA)
Government Finance Statistics; key figuresFigures
Revenue and expenditure, net balance and debt of the general government sector, in million euros and as a pecentage of GDP.
Water board finances from 1936Figures
Realised figures on revenues, expenditures and debts of water boards. Water boards levies.
Enterprises with innovation; key figuresFigures
Innovators, Innovators with realised innovations, Co-operating innovators
Water boards; tariffs leviesFigures
Tariffs water board levies Water system -, road levy -, wastewater treatment - and pollution levy
Crude and petroleum products balance sheet; supply and consumptionFigures
Crude petroleum products balance sheet, supply, consumption energy commodities
Sensor Data Challenge 2021: experimenting with smart sensorsArticles
The third Sensor Data Challenge took place on 22 and 23 April 2021.
Economic contraction 0.5 percent in Q1 2021Articles
In Q1 2021, gross domestic product (GDP) decreased by 0.5 percent relative to the previous quarter.
Sector accounts; seasonally adjusted data, National AccountsFigures
Transactions and balancing items of economic sectors Non seasonally adjusted and seasonally adjusted figures
Key figures by sector; National AccountsFigures
Sector accounts; key figures Most important figures of institutional sectors
Economic contraction 0.1 percent in Q4 2020Articles
In Q4 2020, gross domestic product (GDP) decreased by 0.1 percent relative to the previous quarter. In 2020, the economy shrank by 3.8 percent year-on-year.
Motor fuels; deliveries by petajoule, weight and volume, 1946-April 2021Figures
Motor fuels; deliveries by petajoule, weight and volume Deliveries, road transport, water transport, air transport
Satellite account for culture and media 2018Publications
Besides the contribution of culture and media to the Dutch economy and the different good, services and branches of industry playing a part here, the cultural and media goods and services are grouped into...
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...
Economy up 0.9 percent in third quarterArticles
The Dutch economy grew by 0.9 percent in the third quarter of 2005. The gross domestic product (GDP) was 0.9 percent higher than one year previously.
Sharp growth Dutch economy in first quarter 2011Articles
According to the flash estimate, the Dutch economy grew by 3.2 percent in the first quarter of this year relative to the same quarter in 2010. This growth figure is the highest recorded in the last three...
Dutch economic growth slidingArticles
Tthe Dutch economy grew by 1.1 percent in the third quarter of 2011 compared with same quarter last year.
Number of job vacancies still highArticles
The number of job vacancies remained high in the Netherlands in the third quarter of 2008.