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Measuring Inequalities in the Dutch Household Sector
In recent years, the importance of the households sector in measuring economic welfare has increasingly been recognised, and the development of additional indicators to measure inequalities is...
Income inequality level stable in 2011
Income differences in the Netherlands remained stable in 2011 relative to the preceding year. The gap between rich and poor households has barely changed since 2001.
40 years of purchasing power development
Trends in purchasing power development from 1977 to the present. A short summary of the most important results from the publication 'Income distributed, trends 1977-2019' A publication about the...
National Assistance Act (ABW)
Law rescinded on 1 January 2004 and replaced by the Work and Social Assistance Act (WWB) . It was a social provision for financial support to people who did not have the means to support themselves....
Services that are not primarily engaged in profit making. SIC sections O-U. These include: public administration and defence; compulsory social security; education; health and social work; other...
General Old Age Pension Act (AOW)
A general compulsory insurance for the entire population that provides people with an income from the AOW entitlement age. In the Dutch social security system this is a social insurance.
Trade union federation
The umbrella organisation of trade unions that engages as a social partner in the negotiations at the national level in the Stichting van de Arbeid, Sociaal-Economische Raad, Sociale...
Caribbean NL; purchasing power development persons in private households
Purchasing power development, Persons with purchasing power decrease Caribbean Netherlands, characteristics of households en persons
A premium from the salary/ benefits paid by the employer or social security institution as a compensation for social security premiums paid by the employees or recipients of benefits.
Educational sector SOI
The SOI is the standard classification of educational programs in the Netherlands. An SOI sector is the focal area of a program. It comprises the following sectors: general, pedagogy, humanities...
Ecosystems and wellbeing – the impact of land use changes
To measure well-being in the Netherlands, the 'monitor of well-being and sustainable development goals’ identifies four types of capital: social, human, economic and natural capital.
Gross fixed capital formation by government
Investments to expand or replace assets by Central government and other public sector enterprises and social , households and non-profit organisations.