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.
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.
The corona crisis has led to a strong contraction of Schiphol’s route network. Compared to the competition, Schiphol performed the least poorly: competitors such as Frankfurt and Paris Charles de Gaulle experienced an even further decline in the number of flights. The Monitor network quality and state guarantees provides insight into the developments of the Dutch aviation network in a dire year for the aviation sector.
Research by SEO and NLR shows that the European aviation industry can reach net-zero CO2 emissions by 2050.
SEO Amsterdam Economics and To70 estimated the impacts of the corona crisis on the Dutch aviation industry
The self-employment program is an effective and efficient approach to integrate welfare recipients into the labour market.
At the request of the Dutch development bank FMO, SEO has carried out an evaluation of FMO’s investments in four microfinance institutions (MFIs) in Myanmar during 2014-2020.