European Monetary System celebrates thirtieth birthday
The formation of the EMS should ultimately lead to a reduction of economic differences between the various member states. In recent decades, economic differences between the various eurozone...
The Sustainable Development Goals in the Dutch context
Update of SDGs in the Netherlands 2019. Part 2 of the Monitor of Well-being & SDGs 2019 (English).
Dutch Sustainability Monitor - indicator updates
The Dutch Sustainability Monitor provides an account of sustainability in the Netherland
Integral income and wealth statistics
Brief survey description Integral income and wealth statistics
Biggest price changes
The consumer price index shows the price changes of goods and services in the Netherlands.
Personal Inflation Calculator
Personal inflation calculator to estimate the inflation rate that corresponds to your personal consumption pattern.
Business cycle tracer
Statistics Netherlands’ BCT is a tool to assist in the analysis of the state and the course of the Dutch economy.
Dutch satisfied, but large contrasts between groups
Even in times of economic recession, most Dutch people are satisfied with many aspects that determine quality of life.
Business cycle tracer dashboard
BCT Dashboard is a tool to assist in the analysis of the state and the course of the Dutch economy.
First study of well-being Caribbean Netherlands shows mixed picture
Bonaire, Saba and St Eustatius are on the right track in terms of poverty reduction, one of the internationally agreed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Well-being stable despite coronavirus, but nature under pressure
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...
Prosperity increased in last decades
The disposable income of Dutch households was 33.2 thousand euro on average in 2010.
People with low education and migration background have lowest levels of well-being
People in the Netherlands with low levels of education and those with a migration background have lower levels of well-being than those with higher education and those without a migration background.
Dutch economy growing greener
The Dutch economy has become greener over the past 15 years. Five out six themes structured around greening of the economy show a positive trend. The environmental efficiency of the Dutch economy is...
More innovation, better education and more environmental awareness required to maintain current prosperity level
The quality of life is high in the Netherlands compared to other European countries, but it seems impossible to retain this level of prosperity in the long run.