Some Aspects of Growth in the Netherlands 1970-1998: An International Comparison
Hugo Hollanders () and
Thomas Ziesemer ()
No 14, Research Memorandum from Maastricht University, Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (MERIT)
This paper presents some information on issues that have some importance for those who try to learn from the economic policy of the Netherlands. In particular we discuss the following questions. i) Does growth in the Netherlands differ from that of other Western European countries? ii) In which branches and sectors is the GDP of the Netherlands and Germany produced (Share of metal, services etc.)? iii) What was the impact of wage policy on the innovative capabilities in the Dutch industry? iv) What is the impact of wage moderation on productivity?
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