Economic growth of 1.0 percent in Q4 2021Articles
According to the second quarterly estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), in Q4 2021 Dutch gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 1.0 percent relative to Q3 2021. Growth amounted to 0.9...
Model-based estimation - synthetic estimators and small area estimatorsOther
Sampling theory contains situations in which estimates can be improved by using explicit models. For example, if the sample design is unknown, or a sample results in only few observations per sub-population....
Economic growth of 2.1 percent in Q3 2021Articles
According to the second estimate conducted by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 2.1 percent in Q3 2021 relative to Q2 2021. In the first estimate growth amounted to...
Population growth almost back to pre-pandemic levelArticles
The Dutch population grew by an estimated 118 thousand in 2021, to nearly 17.6 million. This is 50 thousand higher than in 2020. Immigration was up and emigration down. Mortality was at the same level...
Estimating consumer confidence using time series modelsArticles
Discussion paper about estimating monthly consumer confidence figures
Sensor data improves flash estimate for inland shippingOther
Innovative research has been carried out to see whether data from Rijkswaterstaat’s Information and Safety System (IVS) can be used to improve the added value and production value of inland shipping in...
Week 6 mortality figures lower than expectedArticles
In the second week of February (week 6, 7 to 13 February 2022 inclusive), estimated mortality stood at 3,350. This is over 100 fewer than expected, but slightly more than in the previous week.
SAE 2016: Small Area Estimation in current statistical practiceOther
The SAE Conference was held in Maastricht and was organised by Statistics Netherlands and Maastricht University.
Harmonised consumer price index up by 11.9 percent in MarchArticles
According to the European Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices (HICP), the inflation rate in the Netherlands stood at 11.9 percent in March.
Week 7 mortality slightly below expected levelArticles
In the third week of February (week 7, 14 to 20 February 2022 inclusive), estimated mortality stood at 3,400. This is over 150 more than in the previous week (3,211) but still slightly below the expected...
Agricultural exports exceeded 100 billion euros in 2021Articles
Exports of agricultural goods are estimated to have reached 104.7 billion euros in 2021, setting a new record.
Use machine learning to estimate chance of movingOther
Use machine learning to estimate chance of moving
Mortality in January lower than expected, higher in week 4Articles
In the last week of January (week 4: 24 to 30 January 2022 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,350.
Harmonised consumer price index 11.2 percent up in AprilArticles
In April 2022, the HICP for the Netherlands stood at 11.2 percent. It was 11.7 percent in March.
Excess mortality in April, not anymore in early MayArticles
In the first week of May 2022 (week 18, i.e. 2 to 8 May inclusive), an estimated 3,000 deaths were recorded. This is slightly more than in the previous week (3,090) and approximately 150 more than expected.
Higher mortality in March, no excess deathsArticles
In the last week of March (week 12, 21 to 27 March 2022 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,600. This is slightly more than in the previous week (3,567) and approximately 400 more than...
Nearly 150 fewer deaths than expected in week 3Articles
In the third week of January (week 3: 17 to 23 January 2022 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,250. This is nearly 150 less than expected, but more than in the previous week (3,106)
An innovative way to estimate solar energy yieldsOther
An innovative way to estimate solar energy yields
An estimator for ratios of Poisson distributed quantitiesArticles
A common task for national statistical institutes is to estimate the size of a subpopulation, with certain specific characteristics, as a proportion of a larger population or subpopulation. This paper...
Mortality in week 5 at expected levelArticles
In week 5 (31 to 6 January 2022 inclusive), estimated mortality stood at 3,450. This number is approximately the same as expected for this week and nearly 300 up on the previous week (3,162)
1,250 more deaths than expected in week 48Articles
In the first week of December (week 48, 29 November to 5 December 2021 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 4,300.
Mortality below expected level in FebruaryArticles
In all of February, there were around 550 fewer deaths than expected for that month.
Again excess mortality in week 50, but fewer deathsArticles
In the third week of December (week 50: 13 to 19 December 2021 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 4,100.
Mortality further down in week 1Articles
In the first week of January (week 1: 3 to 9 January 2022 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 3,450.