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1 INTERNATIONAL VIEW ON DUTCH ECONOMY Mr. Yves LETERME OECD Deputy Secretary General The Hague, 28 January 2013

2 Structure of the presentation The Dutch economy in the world Fiscal consolidation Business sector Labour market Education Health care 2

3 The Dutch economy in the world 3

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6 De top tien van de meest open economieën 1.Hong Kong 2.Singapore 3.Ireland 4.België 5.Zwitserland 6.Nederland 7.Zweden 8.Denemarken 9.Hongarije 10.Verenigd Koninkrijk 6 Bron : Ernst & Young - January, 2013

7 The Dutch economy in the world 7

8 Structure of the presentation The Dutch economy in the world Fiscal consolidation Business sector Labour market Education Health care 8

9 Fiscal consolidation 9

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11 Fiscal consolidation 11

12 Structure of the presentation The Dutch economy in the world Fiscal consolidation Business sector Labour market Education Health care 12

13 Business sector 13

14 Business sector 14

15 Business sector 15

16 Business sector Exports to BRIC countries (% of total exports) 16

17 Business sector Private R&D spending (% of GDP) 17

18 Business sector Science and engineering graduates 18

19 Business sector Fast growing (innovative SME) enterprises 19

20 Business sector Entry regulation 20

21 Business sector 21 Source: OECD (2011), Entrepreneurship at a Glance.

22 Structure of the presentation The Dutch economy in the world Fiscal consolidation Business sector Labour market Education Health care 22

23 Labour market Labour productivity annual growth 1990-2010 23

24 Labour market Unit labour costs 24

25 Labour market Labour mobility 25

26 Labour market Share of women working part time Average annual hours worked per employee 26

27 Labour market Average retirement age 27

28 Labour market Ageing costs 28

29 Structure of the presentation The Dutch economy in the world Fiscal consolidation Business sector Labour market Education Health care 29

30 What students know and can do: Student performance in reading, mathematics and science What students know and can do : student performance in reading, mathematics and science Overall reading scale Access & retrieve Integrate & interpret Reflect & evaluate Continuous texts Non- continuous texts Maths scale Science scale OECD AVERAGE 493495493494 493496501 Shanghai 556549558557564539600575 Korea 539542541542538542546538 Finland 536532538536535 541554 Hong-Kong 533530 540538522555549 Singapore 526 525529522539562542 Canada 524517522535524527 529 New Zealand 521 517531518532519532 Japan 520530520521520518529539 Australia 515513 523513524514527 Netherlands 508519504510506514526522 30 Source: OECD PISA 2009

31 What students know and can do: Student performance in reading, mathematics and science Education Overall reading scale Access & retrieve Integrate & interpret Reflect & evaluate Continuous texts Non- continuous texts Maths scale Science scale OECD AVERAGE 493495493494 493496501 Belgium 506513504505504511515507 Norway 503512502505 498 500 Estonia 501503500503497512 528 Switzerland 501505502497498505534517 Poland 500 503498502496495508 Iceland 500507503496501499507496 United States 500492495512500503487502 Liechtenstein 499508498 495506536520 Sweden 497505494502499498494495 Germany 497501 491496497513520 31 Source : OECD PISA 2009

32 Structure of the presentation The Dutch economy in the world Fiscal consolidation Business sector Labour market Education Health care 32

33 Health care Health spending 33

34 Health care GPsSpecialists SalariedSelf-employedSalariedSelf-employed Australia (2008)1.74.3 Austria (2007)2.74.4 Canada (2008)3.14.7 Czech Republic (2008)1.83.3 Denmark 1 2.84.0 Estonia1.72.1 1.82.6 France(2008) 2 2.13.2 Germany (2007)3.75.0 Greece2.8 Hungary 3 1.41.6 Iceland 4 3.02.8 Ireland 5 3.54.5 Italy2.6 Mexico3.54.6 Netherlands (2007)1.73.52.95.5 New Zealand Norway1.8 Slovak Republic1.9 Slovenia2.52.8 Spain1.9 Turkey2.03.8 United Kingdom (2008/2009) 6 1.93.62.6 Remuneration, as ratio to average wage in each country 2009, or latest year available 1.Data for self-employed specialists is for 2008. 2.Remuneration is net income rather than gross income resulting for an underestimation. 3.Data on salaried doctors relate only to public sector employees who tend to receive lower remuneration than those working in the private sector. 4.Many specialists working in hospitals also earn incomes from private practices which are not included. 5.Data for self-employed GPs include practice expenses resulting in an over-estimation. 6.Remuneration of GPs is for 2008. Source: OECD (2011), Health at a Glance 2011. 34

35 10 Global Trends 1. Population 5.7.9 2. Shifting power 3. 70 pct urbanisation/decoupling 4. Ageing and greening 27/37/47 5. Rising purchasing power – increase number of middle incomes 6. Food 60-10-50 (220-800- ?) 7. Health – NCD 8. Sustainable mobility – logistics 9. Natural resources – Energy – Water 10. Climate Change 35

36 10 Nederlandse troeven 1. De mensen (opleiding, arbeidsethos, consensus,…) 2. Hervormingsgezind, ruimte voor verbetering 3. Volatiliteit en flexibiliteit 4. Ligging 5. Open, intenationaal, geglobaliseerd 6. Governance 7. Het merk 8. Sterke, toekomstgerichte sectoren 9. Het veelsoortige weefsel van bedrijven / beslissingscentra 10. De zwaktes 36

37 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION 37 www.oecd.org


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