CBS, Google and Dataprovider develop new method to measure internet economyOther
The resulting new method is to shed further light on the size of the internet economy in the Netherlands.
The Internet of Things, 2020Figures
Supplementary tables with percentage shares of the population aged 12 and over who used and did not use the Internet of Things (IoT) at home in 2020
Are SMEs ready for big data?Other
Recent explorative research conducted by Statistics Netherlands (CBS) shows that only a fraction of Dutch small
Research on Supply-Use tables for the digital economy in the NetherlandsArticles
Report on experimental research on the compilation of Digital Supply and Use Tables (DSUT). Includes a description of the data sources and methodology, and provisional results for 2018.
Measuring the internet economy of South KoreaArticles
an important contribution to the realization of IT policy and the development of the national economy in South Korea
Dutch digital skills at the top in EuropeArticles
The Netherlands ranks among the top of EU countries with the largest share of inhabitants who are proficient in using the internet, computers and software (digital skills).
CBS investigates imports of digital servicesArticles
The past decade has seen our economy undergo a metamorphosis thanks to digitisation.
The internet essential for fifty thousand businessesArticles
More than 50 duizend businesses in the Netherlands rely on the internet for their revenues.
EU webshop sales over 63 percent up in the NetherlandsArticles
In Q1 2021, Dutch consumers spent 63 percent more in foreign EU webshops compared to the same quarter last year.
Cooperating with scientists and policymakers to measure the economyArticles
Globalisation and digitisation make it increasingly difficult to measure the economy.
Retail trade; turnover changes internet sales, index 2015=100Figures
Internet sales retail trade. Turnover: index 2015 = 100, change. By activity (SIC 2008).
CBS and Dataprovider successfully map internet economyArticles
Elsewhere around the world, a number of other countries are planning to also implement the basic model developed by CBS and Dataprovider.
Which SMEs are ready for big data?Articles
small and medium-sized enterprises ready for new services based on big data
Big data innovation at CBS/UT DataCampOther
The aim of the annual DataCamp event is to find solutions for complex issues by using big data.
Nearly three quarters of the Dutch population use smart devicesArticles
Nearly three quarters of the Dutch population aged 12 and over currently own one or more devices that are connected to the internet and transfer data to one another without human intervention.
CBS launching Center for Big Data StatisticsOther
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) is focusing more and more on the use of big data for official statistics production.
Call for fair, trustworthy AI in the public sphereArticles
Governments are using artificial intelligence (AI) on an ever-increasing scale and for diverse purposes, from streamlining traffic flows to tackling complex social challenges such as the energy transition,...
Household consumption over 11 percent up in JanuaryArticles
In January 2022, Dutch household consumption was 11.1 percent up on January 2021.
Household consumption 4.5 percent up in DecemberArticles
Consumers spent 4.5 percent more in December 2021 than one year previously, but 7.7 percent less than in December 2019.
Spending in foreign EU webshops hit record high in 2020Articles
In 2020, Dutch consumers spent a record amount of nearly 2.6 billion euros in foreign EU webshops.
More than 2 million enterprises for the first timeArticles
In 2021, the total enterprise population in the Netherlands grew by 163 thousand or 8.5 percent, thereby exceeding 2 million for the first time as of 1 January 2022.
CBS constantly looking for new data sourcesArticles
In order to carry out its statutory task, CBS is constantly looking for new data sources
Online purchases: more digital products and fewer physical goodsArticles
In 2022 ,74 percent of the Dutch population aged 12 years and up said they had purchased something online. This is less than last year, when 77 percent had made online purchases