Not starting and/or ending treatmentOther
Medical decision at the end of life in which the likelihood or certainty exists that a patient will die sooner.
Well-educated women have highest life expectancyArticles
Lower educated people not only live shorter lives, their healthy life expectancy is shorter too. On average, men with only primary education enjoy no more than 50 years in good health, whereas well-educated...
Consumer confidence, economic climate and willingness to buy: non adjustedFigures
Attitudes and expectation of consumers, non-adjusted, on the general economic climate and their own financial situation
Cao wages, contractual wage costs and working hours; index (2010=100)Figures
Cao wages, contractual wage costs and working hours, Index fig. 2010=100 monthly, SIC 2008
Lower income brackets have shorter healthy life expectancyArticles
The average life expectancy of people living in households with incomes below the poverty line is approximately 5 years shorter than the life expectancy of higher incomes. The healthy life expectancy of...
Yield of government bondsOther
Indicator of long-term interest calculated on the basis of the prices of all government bonds with a fixed life quoted on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange.
Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Wider life expectancy gap between high and low-educatedArticles
The life expectancy of highly educated 65-year-olds has increased in recent years while it remained the same for their lower educated peers. Lower educated people show a greater prevalence of hearing,...
Non-life insurance claimOther
Payment made by resident and non-resident insurance companies to resident and non-resident policy holders in order to compensate for damage resulting from accident, illness, theft, collision etc.
Non-life insurance premiumsOther
Premiums paid by resident and non-resident policy holders to resident and non-resident insurance companies in order to insure against damage resulting from accident, illness, theft, collision etc.
Period life tableOther
Table showing how many of 100,000 newborn boys or girls will reach the age of 0.5, 1.5, 2,5 years etc. on the basis of the mortality rate during a given period.
Generation life tableOther
Table showing how many of the 100,000 newborn boys or girls will reach the ages of 0.5, 1.5, 2.5 years etc. based on the mortality rate observed for a given birth cohort.
Financial balance sheets and transactions by sectors; National AccountsFigures
Financial balance sheets and transactions by economic sectors Sectors, balance sheets, assets and liabilities
Life table populationOther
Fictitious cohort usually consisting of 100 thousand men or women who, at any age, are subject to sex and age-specific mortality risks as observed in a given period or for a given birth cohort.
Baby born after a pregnancy lasting at least 24 weeks (prior to 1 July 1991 this was 28 weeks) who showed no sign of life after birth such as breathing, activity of the heart or muscles.
Trends in the Caribbean NetherlandsOther
Trends in the Caribbean Netherlands 2020 provides updated as well as new information, covering some aspects of life in the Caribbean Netherlands
Living ever longer without physical limitationsArticles
Life expectancy without physical limitations and in good self-perceived health is projected to rise until 2040.
Towards a longer and healthier lifeArticles
If the trend observed in the past three decades with respect to mortality and health is to continue, the age until which people in the Netherlands are free from physical limitations in mobility, sight...
Mood indicator for short-term developments in industrial production based on the opinions and expectations of producers.
Expected future developments in the number of households by type and size and in the population by future household position.