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.
The self-employment program is an effective and efficient approach to integrate welfare recipients into the labour market.
Re-integration programs have a long-lasting and positive impact on the probability of employment. Only placement services and short-term training courses are cost-effective.
One-year reassessment and premium differentiation in the new Sickness Benefits Act result in increased outflow from the Sickness Benefits Act.
At present 19 Dutch pension schemes are administered abroad, mainly in Belgium. The question is whether this number is still growing and for what reasons pension schemes are accommodated abroad.
What will the future role of sheltered employment organization Pantar be? This report describes the costs and benefits of the services provided by sheltered employment organization Pantar.
Does the Competition Act (Mededingingswet) limit the collaboration between primary health care providers? If so, does it concern actual obstacles or is it the result of uncertainties amongst primary health care providers about the Competition Act?
Do higher personal contributions result in the avoidance of Wmo care in the Municipality of Veenendaal? This study shows the extent and consequences of care avoidance.
First measurement in connection with the Wet banenafspraak en quotum arbeidsbeperkten (Employment agreement and Quota for work-incapacitated persons Act)
A preliminary study on the possibilities of a social cost-benefit analysis.