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Carlijn Prins

Economist

Carlijn works as an economist at RaboResearch Global Economics & Markets.

She examines economic developments in the United Kingdom and developments around Brexit. A number of northern European countries are also included in her portfolio, namely the Ireland and the Scandinavian non-eurozone countries. In addition, she contributes to regular studies and various thematic publications.

Carlijn has worked at Economic Research in the International Macroeconomic Research team since March 2014. She studied Economics and Communication Science at the University of Amsterdam.

Publications Carlijn Prins

Economic Report Dutch version

Four scenarios for Europe: the economic effects

If the Single Market falls apart, the effect for the Netherlands will be disproportionate. The key economic transmission channels are: foreign trade, exchange rates, the pension funds and presence of foreign companies in the Netherlands.

Economic Comment Dutch version

Four scenarios for Europe: the conclusion

The dismantling of European integration or parts thereof may involve high costs. It is important that there is openness regarding the economic advantages and disadvantages when making decisions about the future of Europe.

Economic Report

May’s Brexit-plan less rosy than outlined

We take a closer look at the key points in Theresa May’s long-awaited speech about the Brexit-plan. Although it has brought clarity as to where the Prime Minister stands, we see large hurdles when it comes to the execution of this plan.

Economic Report

Groei Britse economie in derde kwartaal is uitstel van malaise (Dutch)

De Britse economie groeide in het derde kwartaal van 2016 met 0,5 procent ten opzichte van het kwartaal ervoor. De groei bleef hiermee op peil in het eerste kwartaal na het EU-referendum. Maar voor de komende kwartalen verwachten we dat de groei afzwakt.