Labor and social security reforms in Sint Maarten: a balanced feasible and sustainable approach
Social security in Sint Maarten: towards a strengthened system
SEO conducted research on the impact of economics master's alumni at regional and national level. This is a brief overview of the results, obtained from research using CBS Microdata.
Excess mortality during the COVID-19 pandemic is higher among individuals with an unhealthy lifestyle. Half of the Dutch population is overweight, and within this group between 70 and 98 percent of excess mortality occurs.
This study describes and compares minimum income schemes in five European countries: Belgium (Flanders), Denmark, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. It considers minimum income schemes aimed at three groups: persons of working age, pensioners, and households with children. We describe the structure of the minimum income schemes in these countries, their shares of recipients, their non-take-up, and we reconstruct the effective minimum income level that these minimum income schemes provide.
This report sheds light on Europe’s and the Netherlands’ positioning in a future solar PV value chain. In order to rebuild a Dutch solar PV supply chain, European collaboration is key. The Netherlands holds a unique position in the integration of PV modules in the built environment.
At the request of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), SEO Amsterdam Economics conducted an impact evaluation of activities provided under the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative (We-Fi) in Sri Lanka.