Gross wage applicable for social insurance schemesOther
The wage on which employees have to pay social security contributions such as unemployment (WW) and health insurance (ZW).
Rent increase dwellings; type of rentalFigures
The average rent increase for dwellings by type of landlord; Liberalised and regulated rental (social and other landlords)
Profiles inflow Social DomainOther
This research explored the possibilities of ‘machine learning’ in predicting the inflow into or outflow from the social domain in the municipality of Eindhoven.
National Assistance Act (ABW)Other
Law rescinded on 1 January 2004 and replaced by the Work and Social Assistance Act (WWB) .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. In...
Follow-up study on detection of solar panels from earth observationOther
Earth observation by planes and satellites provide imagery data that may complement survey and register data.
Work and Social Assistance Act (WWB)Other
Dutch law that came into force on 1 January 2004 providing social assistance. It replaces the National Assistance Act (ABW) and the
Compulsory social premiumsOther
Premiums employers and employees have to pay on the basis of several social insurance laws such as the AOW (pensions) , ZFW (health insurance) and WW (unemployment)
Energy intensities of buildings of the services sectorOther
Providing insight in the average gas and electricity consumption of buildings in the services sector. Energy efficiency indicators are needed to monitor energy efficiency policies.
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 community,...
Social tensions and emotions in societyOther
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) has developed an experimental tool that makes it possible to get fast, up-to-date information on levels of social tension and emotions in society.
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.
Brief survey description: social protection benefitsOther
Statistics about social protection benefits make up an important part of the European System of Social Protection Statistics (ESSPROS) programme.
Response-enhancing measures for social statisticsOther
Survey researchers aim for the highest possible response rate, given the budget of their survey. This report explains why high response rates are important and presents overviews of measures to increase...
Social security benefits in kindOther
Goods and services provided to households, based on social security legislation. These are mainly financed by premiums, and seen as government consumption rather than income transfers.
Combining data sources to gain new insights in mobilityOther
This paper describes how multiple data sources that relate to mobility in the city of Rotterdam were combined to create a model for scenario analysis. Sources originate from RET, Gemeente Rotterdam and...
Compulsory social contributionsOther
Premiums payable by the employer on the basis of several social insurance laws such as the AOW (pensions), ZFW (health insurance) and WW (unemployment) as well as premium transfers.
Other private social contributionsOther
These are contributions to private social schemes excluding pension schemes. The contributions to these schemes can be derived in the same way as the contributions to pension schemes.