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International reference work covers diverse business statistics expertise
A truly international reference work, with 36 chapters covering the latest state of play in all facets of business statistics production.
Developing a material flow monitor for the Netherlands from national statistical data
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) developed a Material Flow Monitor (MFM) that captures national resource extraction, imports and exports, product flows between economic sectors, as well as emissions and...
Financial SBS Indicators NACE Q, The Netherlands, 2020
Financial variables of NACE, sector Q, compiled for the Netherlands in accordance with SBS methodology of Eurostat for population of market-oriented units over 2020 on 4th digit level of NACE...
Caribbean Netherlands; labour participation, attachment to labour market
Employed and not employed, want to work, reasons to not want to work Sex, age, level of education, Caribbean Netherlands
Forest Accounts for the Netherlands, 2020
Below are the reports that have been made in the context of the EU-Grant SMP-ESS-2021-EGD-IBA. This grant is intended as an incentive to set up forest accounts that will be decreed at European level...
Deaths; murder and manslaughter, crime scene in The Netherlands
Persons died as a result of murder or manslaughter by location and method crime scene located in the Netherlands (residents or non-residents)
Statistics on nature play crucial role in national and international policy
The figures published by CBS on nature in the Netherlands play an important role in all sorts of societal discussions, including the current debates on nirogen and biodiversity.
6 in 10 parents in the Caribbean Netherlands use formal childcare
Over 6 in 10 working parents in the Caribbean Netherlands with children under age 12 used formal childcare at least once every week in 2022.
Synthetic data opens up possibilities in the statistical field
The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) recently released a new handbook, ‘Synthetic Data for Official Statistics’, to help get statistical institutes started in producing their own...
The COVID-19 pandemic: how did it affect statistics?
On 27 February 2020, the first patient testing positive for coronavirus was reported in the Netherlands; the first COVID death was reported on 6 March.
Number of employed in the Caribbean Netherlands continued to rise in 2022
In 2022, the employed labour force aged 15 to 74 years in the Caribbean Netherlands increased by 9 percent to 15.7 thousand relative to 2020.
International experts apply yardstick to Statistics Netherlands
Just recently, Statistics Netherlands (CBS) was the subject of an official Peer review, executed by the European Statistical System (ESS).