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A comparison of the costs of residential care and home care shows that the former is more expensive for society. However, elderly people seem to be happier in residential care. All stakeholders, except the state (and thus the taxpayer), benefit if elderly people enter residential care. This reveals that payment systems in the Netherlands contain adverse(More)
Between countries there are large differences in the remuneration of medical specialists. We compared the remuneration levels in 2010 in six countries: Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Germany and the Netherlands. We used OECD figures for the remuneration levels, but corrected them extensively for differences in measurement between countries. English(More)
"Demographic developments have a great impact on developments in social security.... The [Netherlands] Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment recently started the development of some new econometric models to project the number of benefits in the labour market-related social security acts. The demographic forecasts, macro-economic developments and(More)
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