Quid Novi Foundation is an institute for Economic Policy Analysis, based in The Hague (The Netherlands). Quid Novi researchers perform economic and quantitative analyses and translate their results into policy advice to contribute to the public debate in a sound and meaningful way. Quid Novi brings new facts and figures that may act as a catalyst to economic reform in The Netherlands and across the European Union.
2014 Financing the Health Care System, a Universal Challenge
2014 Quid Novi Vlaktaks
2014 EU shale and the Netherlands
The Global Test
The oil price plunge of the past weeks is strongly affecting producers and governments alike. Its current flirtation with prices just above $80 a barrel is serving as a global test of both shale and non-shale oil producers, as well as a challenge for oil revenue dependent governments. The geopolitical and economic implications are significant. More...
As the Chinese curse goes: “May you live in interesting times”. The collapse in oil prices over the past two weeks certainly makes for an interesting moment. While the plunge has since abated, and the price of oil has stabilized, the US’ resumption of its role as an oil-producing powerhouse has fundamentally changed the global oil market. More...
It’s Energy Costs, Stupid
Last week, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the Dutch Finance Minister and chairman of the Eurogroup called for improvements in Europe’s investment climate. He specifically requested an investigation into the difference between lagging investment in European economies and increased investment in the United States. Any assessment of the investment climate will need to discuss the effects of Europe’s significantly higher industrial energy costs. More...
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