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Jesse Groenewegen

Economist

Jesse Groenewegen works as economist for RaboResearch Netherlands.

He covers both short-term and long-term developments in the Dutch economy. Previously, he worked for the Ministry of Finance. Jesse studied economics at the University of Oxford.

Publications Jesse Groenewegen

Economic Report Dutch version

Is The Netherlands nex(i)t?

All eyes are on the Netherlands next March during the parliamentary elections. Could it be the next country to experience a populist upheaval? And could the election results even lead to a ‘Nexit’?

Economic Report Dutch version

The unknown potential of the Dutch economy

The crisis is over. Forecasts of permanently lower economic growth can apparently be shelved. But the level of uncertainty is high. A deeper analysis shows that it is not at all certain that growth of two per cent can continue for a longer period.

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly Dutch version

Dutch housing market continues to gain momentum

Confidence among Dutch households in the market for owner-occupied homes is and remains high. We are anticipating a rise to around 230,000 sales a year, and as regards the house price we anticipate an average annual rise of 5% for 2016 and 2017.