Construction output growing faster than in rest of EU
The output in the Dutch construction industry has grown at a faster pace since Q3 2014 than the average across Europe.
Productivity dispersion manufacturing, 1978-2016
This study describes the changes in productivity differences between firms operating in the Dutch manufacturing sector.
Management quality and productivity
An empirical investigation into the relationship between the management quality of Dutch manufacturing firms and their productivity, innovativeness and portfolio of international activities.
Labour productivity higher in 2021
In the 2021 pandemic year, labour productivity in the market sector increased by 2.8 percent year on year.
Bumper apple and pear harvest in 2011
With 418 and 336 million kg respectively, last year was a bumper year for apples and pears. The apple harvest per capita exceeded 25 kilogrammes (kg).
Labour productivity lower in 2020
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...
Internationalisation Monitor 2022, fourth quarter – Productivity
In this edition of the Internationalisation Monitor, we relate recalibrated productivity estimates (multifactor productivity) to internationalisation, innovation and business dynamics.
Productivity patterns in different sources, 2001-2015
Patterns of productivity are compared across different sources (PS, SFO) for firms in manufacturing and the service sectors for the period 2001-2015
ICT and Economic growth
In our present-day world, economic growth is mainly achieved through innovation and increased productivity, which puts knowledge and technology at the heart of the economic policy debate. ICT has a...
Dutch economy grew by 4.5 percent in 2022
The Dutch economy grew by 4.5 percent in 2022, after growing by 4.9 percent in 2021. Such growth over two consecutive years had not yet been recorded this century
Are older employees more stress resistant and younger employees more versed in technology?
Statistics Netherlands announced today that older employees are generally believed to be more stress resistant, while younger employees appear to be more versed in adopting new technologies. Opinions...
Agricultural production in the period 1950-2015
Over the period 1950-2015, the production value of Dutch agriculture increased more than tenfold.
Economic crisis slows down productivity growth
Dutch industry produced only 0.3 percent more per unit of labour, capital goods, energy, materials and services in 2008 than in 2007. This is the lowest productivity growth since 2002.
Rising labour productivity does not result in higher remunerations for employees
Adjusted for inflation, the average remuneration per employee has decreased after the outbreak of the credit crunch in 2008, although labour productivity increased. This means that the higher labour...
Second estimate first quarter 2011: economic growth 2.8 percent
The Dutch economy improved by 2.8 percent in the first quarter of 2011 relative to one year previously. The second economic growth estimate is 0.4 percentage points below the level of the first...
Productivity in the Dutch Public Sector
A methodological study into the productivity of the Dutch public sector with calculations in two institutions: libraries and fire services
The relationship between R&D investments and exports in the Netherlands
Relationship between R&D and export of goods and services, and the role of productivity therein.
Do firms or workers drive the foreign acquisition wage premium?
An analysis of firm and worker contributions to the foreign acquisition wage premium in the Netherlands.
Assessing Public Sector Productivity
A methodological study into the productivity of the Dutch public sector with calculations for the courts, public prosecution service and the police