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CBS brings Dutch digital economy into sharper focus

Rapid digital developments have transformed the economy.

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An attempt to measuring fossil fuel subsidies by way of official statistics

The international statistical guidelines provide little guidance on how to account for fossil fuel subsidies. In this report we explore the already published estimates and make an attempt to define a...

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SDG 8.1 Economy and factors of production

Recent data on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 8.1 Decent work and economic growth: Economy and factors of production. SDG 8.1 focuses on making economic growth more sustainable and efficient. In...

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New CBS research focuses on the ecology and economy of North Sea

The Dutch area of the North Sea is our country’s largest nature reserve, but it is also used intensively by maritime traffic and for wind farms, for example.

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Emissions to air by the Dutch economy; national accounts

emissions to air, climate change, greenhouse gases, CO2, ozone layer air pollution, acidification, environmental accounts,

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How to measure well being

Well-being is about the quality of life here and now, and the extent to which this is at the expense of the well-being of later generations or that of people elsewhere in the world. A short...

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Presentation State of the economy and labour market in Q1 2024

How did the Dutch economy develop in Q1 2024? The first calculation, presented by CBS chief economist Peter Hein van Mulligen Content 00:00 Introduction; slight economic contraction 00:37...

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CBS switches to new method for measuring business confidence

From July 2023, CBS will use a new method to measure business confidence based on the results of the Netherlands Business Survey (COEN).

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Bonaire’s economy grew by almost 12 percent in 2021

In 2021, Bonaire’s economy grew by almost 11.7 percent after the substantial contraction of 8.4 percent in 2020.

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Labour continued to decline as share of the economy in 2023

The labour income share for the market sector fell from 69.4 percent in 2022 to 69.0 percent in 2023.

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Estimating illegal activities in the national accounts

This article explains in more detail the latest estimate of the illegal economy for reporting year 2021. Special attention is paid to the difference between income generated within the Dutch borders...

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CBS introduces new energy price measurement method

From June 2023, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) will employ a new method to measure the energy prices paid by consumers. The aim is to derive a more accurate inflation rate.

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Analyzing and Visualizing Material Flows within the Circular Economy

The objective of this project is to provide more detailed statistical information on the circular economy, in particular the Circular Material Use Rate (CMUR)

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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

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Monitoring the biobased economy from a macro-economic perspective

This report describes the development, estimation and validation of indicators for a bio-based economy. First a Bio Flow Monitor (BFM) dataset is compiled. From this dataset indicators related to...

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CBS develops experimental database of supply chains in the Dutch economy

Production chains play a major role in the Dutch economy, but they are vulnerable to disruptions.

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How energy measures are incorporated into the CPI

In autumn 2022, the government announced two measures to reduce household energy costs: the temporary energy allowance and the price cap on energy. The allowance is classed as income support and...

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Circularity of the Dutch economy has barely increased

Of all natural resources that were deployed in the Dutch economy in 2020, 13 percent consisted of recycled materials. This percentage is virtually the same as in 2014. In terms of recycling, the...

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Well-being ‘later’: natural capital

Natural capital relates to services that the natural environment provides to the economy, such as raw materials and recreation.

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Most earnings from the cocaine trade end up abroad

A total of 17 billion euros was earned within Dutch borders through illegal activities in 2021.

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CBS invests in statistics on climate change impacts

Collecting climate data should be just as routine for statistical institutes around the world as collecting data on the population or the economy.

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Announcement of the revision of CBS’s macroeconomic figures

The regular revision of the macroeconomic figures will take place this year. This revision is in accordance with European policy on harmonised revisions. In May 2024, the Netherlands will be one of...

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Bonaire’s economy shrank by over 8 percent in 2020

In 2020, the economy of Bonaire contracted by 8.4 percent. This is the strongest decline since the start of the series in 2012.

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Statistics Netherlands reviews the year 2023

Statistics Netherlands reviews the year 2023.

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Majority of businesses are working on sustainability

A large part (82 percent) of businesses have implemented measures this year to make their operations more sustainable.

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