The compensation that health insurers receive for foreign seasonal workers is too high, whereas the compensation for others who live abroad is too low. The difference is about five hundred euros per year. Risk adjustment between insurers may improve substantially by taking foreign seasonal worker status into account. In 2022, the risk adjustment model will be adjusted in this respect.
PharmAccess' holistic approach to the Healthy Business Development Programme has helped reduce clinical, business and financial gaps among SMEs in the Kenyan private health sector.
Gifts under the gift tax exemption for owner-occupied housing in 2017 and 2018 reduced total Dutch mortgage debt by at most 0.3 percent. Underwater mortgages hardly played a role in these years. Furthermore, the gift tax exemption reaches households with a relatively favourable financial position.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of the Netherlands commissioned SEO Amsterdam Economics to carry out the evaluation of the B-CD Capacity Development Fund, which was managed by the Dutch Development Bank (FMO) during 2015-2020.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of the Netherlands commissioned SEO Amsterdam Economics to carry out an evaluation of PUM Netherlands Senior Experts, a volunteer organisation founded in 1978.
At the request of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, SEO conducted the 2015-2019 evaluation of the ‘MASSIF’ investment fund that the Dutch Development Bank (FMO) manages on behalf of the Dutch government.
SEO, together with AEF, has investigated the effects of cutbacks and extra expenditure at the police, the public prosecution service and the judiciary in the Netherlands in the period 2010 - 2020.
Curbing the availability of alcohol may reduce alcohol consumption and alcohol-related damage. For a number of policy options explored in this report, proponents outnumber opponents. Most opponents are moderate drinkers, who do not belong to the target group of the Dutch National Prevention Agreement.
SEO Amsterdam Economics and EGIS conducted a study for the European Commission on the economic developments of the EU Aviation Market, serving as a supporting document of the new Aviation Policy pursued in the European Union. Market developments showed a viable economic landscape for European aviation before the pandemic. Over the following years, the developments of the aviation industry will mainly be impacted by the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and environmental considerations.
Comparison of the price levels of 13 large airports in Europe and the Middle East.