Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis
The CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis (Dutch: Centraal Planbureau, Central Planning Bureau) is an independent Dutch government agency founded in 1945 by Jan Tinbergen. It is located in The Hague.
It is one of three applied policy research institutes of the Dutch government, the other two being the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL), and Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau (SCP).
The CPB delivers economic analysis and forecasts, and has as clients the Dutch Cabinet, politicians and political parties, policy makers from ministries, labour unions, employer's organizations, etc. It also provides reports and advice for European Union initiatives. One of the government appointed members in the Social-Economic Council is chair of CPB.
|1945 – 1955||Jan Tinbergen|
|1955 – 1957||Fred Polak|
|1957 – 1966||Pieter de Wolff|
|1966 – 1984||Cees van den Beld|
|1984 – 1989||Peter de Ridder|
|1989 – 1994||Gerrit Zalm|
|1994 – 2006||Henk Don|
|2006 – 2013||Coen Teulings|
|2013 –||Laura van Geest|
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