Netherlands: In-depth PESTLE insights

Netherlands: In-depth PESTLE insights


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Executive Summary

This PESTLE country analysis report on Netherlands provides a holistic view of the country, with insightful analysis of current and future issues, supplemented with relevant quantitative data to support trend analysis.

Synopsis

Understand the political system in Netherlands through analysis of key figures in the country and governance indicators.

Understand the economic situation in Netherlands through a balanced assessment of core macroeconomic issues.

Understand customer demographics in Netherlands through analysis of income distribution and the rural-urban split, as well as healthcare and education.

Understand the technological landscape in Netherlands through analysis of relevant laws and policies, as well as patents data.

Reasons to Buy

What is the outlook in Netherlands in terms of political stability, policies towards business, and the popularity of the government?

How does Netherlands perform in terms of GDP growth, its fiscal situation, international investment position, monetary situation, and employment?

How does Netherlands perform in terms of healthcare, income distribution, and education?

How does Netherlands perform in terms of technology-intensive sectors like IT, life sciences, and R&D expenditure trends?

Key Highlights

The political landscape section discusses the evolution of the political scenario in the Netherlands, as well as the country's economic, social, foreign, and defense policies. The section also discusses the country's performance according to World Bank Governance Indicators.

The economic landscape section outlines the evolution of the Netherlands's economy, as well as the country's performance in terms of GDP growth, composition by sector (agriculture, industry, and services), fiscal situation, international investment position, monetary situation, credit disbursement, banking sector, and employment.

The social landscape section analyzes the government's social welfare policies, as well as the country's performance in terms of healthcare, income distribution, and education.



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Overview

Catalyst

Summary

Key findings

PESTLE highlights

Key fundamentals

Key Facts and Geographic Location

Key facts

Geographical location

PESTLE Analysis

Summary

Political analysis

Overview

Current strengths

Current challenges

Future prospects

Future risks

Economic analysis

Overview

Current strengths

Current challenges

Future risks

Social analysis

Overview

Current strengths

Current challenges

Future prospects

Technological analysis

Overview

Current strengths

Current challenges

Future prospects

Future risks

Legal analysis

Overview

Current strengths

Current challenges

Future prospects

Future risks

Environmental analysis

Overview

Current strengths

Current challenges

Future prospects

Future risks

Political Landscape

Summary

Evolution

Pre-s

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Structure and policies

Key political figures

Structure of the government

Structure of legislature

Performance

Governance indicators

Outlook

Economic Landscape

Summary

Evolution

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Structure and policies

Financial system

Performance

GDP and growth rate

GDP composition by sector

Fiscal situation

Current account

Foreign trade

International investment position

Monetary situation

Key monetary indicators

Unemployment

Outlook

Social Landscape

Summary

Evolution

Structure and policies

Demographic composition

Education

Healthcare

Social welfare

Performance

Healthcare

Income distribution

Education

Outlook

Technological Landscape

Summary

Evolution

Structure and policies

Intellectual property

R&D

Performance

Opportunity sectors

R&D expenditure

Outlook

Legal Landscape

Summary

Evolution

Structure and policies

Structure of the judicial system

Legislation affecting business

Tax regulations

Performance

Effectiveness of the legal system

Outlook

Environmental Landscape

Summary

Evolution

Structure and policies

Environmental regulations

Environmental actions

Performance

Environmental impact

Outlook

Appendix

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Disclaimer

Figure 1: Map of the Netherlands

Figure 2: Motorway network density, 2014 or latest available

Figure 3: Average labor productivity growth in selected countries, 2014 or latest available year

Figure 4: Capital ratio, 2008-16H1

Figure 5: Non-performing loans, 2013-15

Figure 6: Labor market participation rates by gender (15 to 64 years), 2000-15

Figure 7: Incidence of part-time work, 2015

Figure 8: Gross gender gap in median earnings of full-time equivalent employees, 2014

Figure 9: Public spending on childcare and pre-primary education, 2011

Figure 10: Population that has attained upper secondary education (25-34 year olds), 2015

Figure 11: Population that has attained tertiary education (25-34 year olds), 2015

Figure 12: Ageing population (65+)

Figure 13: Graduation rate at doctoral level

Figure 14: Persons employed by enterprise Size, 2013 or latest available year

Figure 15: Internet connection speed, September 2012

Figure 16: Prices of fixed broadband basket, 33GB, 15 Mbit/s and above, September 2012

Figure 17: Fixed broadband subscriptions, December 2015

Figure 18: Firms engaged in international collaboration, by firm size, 2010-12

Figure 19: Collaboration with higher education or PRIs, 2010-12

Figure 20: Business enterprise expenditure on R&D, 2013

Figure 21: FDI restrictiveness in select countries, 2015

Figure 22: Product market regulations, 2008 and 2013

Figure 23: Tax wedge in the OECD countries, 2015

Figure 24: Tax wedge by family type, 2015

Figure 25: GHG emission per capita in the OECD countries, 2014

Figure 26: Road fuel taxes-diesel and unleaded premium, 2011

Figure 27: Population exposure to Fine particulates, 2010

Figure 28: Municipal waste generation intensities per capita among the OECD countries, 2014

Figure 29: Share of energy from renewable sources, 2015

Figure 30: Population exposed today (2012) and in the 2070s

Figure 31: Assets exposed today (2012) and in the 2070s

Figure 32: The Netherlands-political events timeline

Figure 33: The Netherlands-key political figures

Figure 34: Distribution of seats in the lower house of the Netherlands

Figure 35: Evolution of GDP growth in the Netherlands,2005-2015

Figure 36: GDP growth rate of the Netherlands, 2010-20

Figure 37: Sector-specific GDP in the Netherlands, 2015

Figure 38: Agricultural output in the Netherlands, 2010-15

Figure 39: Industrial output in the Netherlands, 2010-15

Figure 40: Services output in the Netherlands, 2010-15

Figure 41: The Netherlands' external trade position, 2010-15

Figure 42: Consumer price index and consumer price index-based inflation in the Netherlands, 2010-20

Figure 43: Unemployment in the Netherlands, 2010-20

Figure 44: Major religions in the Netherlands

Figure 45: Healthcare expenditure in the Netherlands, 2008-14

Figure 46: Education expenditure in the Netherlands, 2008-14

Figure 47: Internet users in the Netherlands, 2009-14

Figure 48: Carbon dioxide emissions in the Netherlands, 2006-13

Table 1: The Netherlands-key fundamentals

Table 2: The Netherlands-key facts

Table 3: Analysis of the Netherlands' political landscape

Table 4: Analysis of the Netherlands' economic landscape

Table 5: Analysis of the Netherlands' social landscape

Table 6: Analysis of the Netherlands' technological landscape

Table 7: Analysis of the Netherlands' legal landscape

Table 8: Analysis of the Netherlands' environmental landscape

Table 9: Mid-year population by age (percentage) as of gender, 2015

Table 10: Patents received by the Netherlands from the US Patent and Trademark Office, 2006-15

Table 11: International environmental treaties signed and ratified by the Netherlands

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