RaboResearch - Economisch Onderzoek

Carlijn Prins

Senior-econoom

Carlijn volgt de Nederlandse economie en onderzoekt financieel gedrag en spaargedrag van Nederlanders.

Carlijn werkt sinds maart 2014 bij het economische bureau van de Rabobank. Ze studeerde zowel Economie als Communicatiewetenschappen aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Publicaties Carlijn Prins

Conjunctuurbeeld

France: recovery stuck in the starting blocks (Engelstalig)

The French economy registered growth of 0.0% in 2014Q1 q-o-q, caused by weak consumer spending, poor business investment and declining net exports. We expect these trends to continue and expect therefore a very modest recovery going forward.

Landenrapport

Country Report France (Engelstalig)

In the short-term at least, further fiscal austerity and weak employment growth will continue to constrain economic growth. Furthermore, the French economy faces many structural challenges, but still has robust fundamentals.

Landenrapport

Country Report Belgium (Engelstalig)

Despite the recovery of the economy, it has lost competitiveness due to higher labour cost and lower productivity growth than European countries. The government deficit decreased below 3% of GDP but the government debt level remains high.