Capital stocks; SIC; type of capital assets, National AccountsFigures
Capital stock; volume changes SIC, institutional sectors, type of capital assets
Government balance sheet; assets and liabilitiesFigures
Government balance sheet; net worth; general government sector assets (financial and non-financial), liabilities and gov. net worth
Tourism on Bonaire seems to be picking up; 9 thousand visitors in JuneArticles
In 2020, tourism in the Caribbean Netherlands declined sharply due to the measures and flight restrictions as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Economic growth of 3.1 percent in Q2 2021Articles
The gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 3.1 percent in Q2 2021 relative to the previous quarter.
Vacancies (new and filled); government and educationFigures
Vacancies, new vacancies and filled vacancies eight government sectors
Vacancies; seasonally adjustedFigures
Vacancies; seasonally adjusted by economic activities (SIC 2008), particuler firms and government
Vacancies; SIC 2008; private firms and government sectorsFigures
Unfilled vacancies, new vacancies and filled vacancies by economic activities (SIC 2008), including government
Are there more bankruptcies?Other
In the first 24 weeks of 2020, there were altogether 1,787 bankruptcies among companies and institutions (including sole proprietorships) in the Netherlands.
COVID-19 impact on labour and incomeOther
The coronavirus crisis affects nearly the entire population of the Netherlands and will certainly be reflected in CBS statistics that are to be published.
Research and development; personnel, expenditure, company size, branchFigures
Persons employed, FTE, R&D expenditure, company size, branch (SIC 2008)
CBS tightens criteria for remote access to CBS databasesArticles
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) asked a committee of independent scientific experts to investigate external researchers’ use of remote access to consult CBS’ databases.
Inflation in the Caribbean Netherlands risingArticles
In Q2 2021, consumer goods and services on Bonaire were 0.2 percent more expensive than one year previously.
Caribbean Netherlands: growth in employed labour force stagnates in 2020Articles
In 2020, the employed labour force in the Caribbean Netherlands hardly increased compared to 2018.
Assessing Public Sector ProductivityArticles
A methodological study into the productivity of the Dutch public sector with calculations for the courts, public prosecution service and the police
Research and development; expenditure and funding per implementation sectorFigures
R&D expenditure, source of funding, type of cost, implementation sector
Labour productivity lower in 2020Articles
The COVID-19 outbreak had a major impact on the Dutch economy and labour productivity in 2020. The market sector saw its productivity decrease by 1.8 percent year-on-year, by far the most drastic drop since the financial crisis of 2009.
Inflation rate down to 2.0 percent in JuneArticles
The consumer price index (CPI) was 2.0 percent higher in June than in the same month last year.
Labour income share, economic activityFigures
Labour income share, Labour income self-employed (imputed) Economic activity
Labour price index; index figures 2015=100; National AccountsFigures
Labour price index; wage costs per hour worked Branches SIC 2008
Well-being stable despite coronavirus, but nature under pressureArticles
The year 2020 was defined by the coronavirus pandemic. Covid-19 is confirmed to have claimed 17.4 thousand lives in the Netherlands last year, and another 2.7 thousand deaths had covid-19 as probable cause of death.
Productivity in the Dutch Public SectorArticles
A methodological study into the productivity of the Dutch public sector with calculations in two institutions: libraries and fire services