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    • Weekly Briefing: Post-Brexit immigration policy remains an open question December 6, 2019
      Open Europe's Anthony Egan takes a look at what both major parties have said about immigration and the questions that remain.The post Weekly Briefing: Post-Brexit immigration policy remains an open question appeared first on Open Europe.
    • How do trade agreements affect immigration policy? December 5, 2019
      Open Europe’s Anthony Egan explains how free trade agreements constrain the immigration policies of contracting countries, the unilateral measures governments have at their disposal, and the implications of this for the next UK Government.The post How do trade agreements affect immigration policy? appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Weekly Briefing: Spotlight on trade deals as manifestos published November 28, 2019
      As the general election campaign enters its final two weeks, Open Europe's Dominic Walsh examines the commitments on trade deals in the parties' manifestos.The post Weekly Briefing: Spotlight on trade deals as manifestos published appeared first on Open Europe.
    • What do the parties’ election manifestos say about Brexit? November 26, 2019
      Most of the main UK political parties have now published their manifestos for the general election on 12 December. Open Europe’s Dominic Walsh examines each party’s Brexit policies and the key issues and questions that arise from them.The post What do the parties’ election manifestos say about Brexit? appeared first on Open Europe.
    • What would a ‘No Deal’ after the transition period look like? November 22, 2019
      The Government’s Brexit deal leaves open the possibility of ‘No Deal’ after the transition period. Open Europe’s Dominic Walsh explains how this could come about, and points out that this would be a different type of ‘No Deal’ to one with no Withdrawal Agreement in place.The post What would a ‘No Deal’ after the transition […]
    • Weekly Briefing: Party leaders defend Brexit policies as campaign enters new phase November 21, 2019
      Open Europe's David Shiels looks at each party's Brexit policies as the election campaign moves into a new phase.The post Weekly Briefing: Party leaders defend Brexit policies as campaign enters new phase appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Weekly Briefing: Pro- and anti-Brexit electoral alliances start to take shape November 15, 2019
      Open Europe's Stephen Booth and Anthony Egan explore how the UK party electoral alliances are starting to take shape.The post Weekly Briefing: Pro- and anti-Brexit electoral alliances start to take shape appeared first on Open Europe.
    • There is a case for reforming the long-term EU budget November 13, 2019
      On 21 October, Open Europe's Pieter Cleppe gave evidence to the German Parliament's EU Affairs Committee on the long-term EU budget 2021-2027.The post There is a case for reforming the long-term EU budget appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Weekly Briefing: The key Brexit issues in 2020 November 8, 2019
      Open Europe's Dominic Walsh takes a closer look at some of the key Brexit issues that lie beyond the UK's General Election.The post Weekly Briefing: The key Brexit issues in 2020 appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Weekly Briefing: This is the Brexit General Election November 1, 2019
      Open Europe's David Shiels looks at the positions of the main political parties on Brexit as the UK edges towards a General Election.The post Weekly Briefing: This is the Brexit General Election appeared first on Open Europe.

Top Dutch companies and multinationals

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MT500 (2018)

The MT 500 2018 is the list of the 500 best companies in the Netherlands. Below is the top 50, the real elite of Dutch business.

The list is divided on the basis of the opinion of ‘peers’, managers and directors from the same sector.

The MT500 is the annual report of an investigation into the image of Dutch companies among managers, decision makers and managers.

The research was carried out this year for the seventeenth time. It took place in December 2016.

Just like in the past two years, we worked together with INSCOPE Research, a knowledge company of Erasmus University Rotterdam. INSCOPE was responsible for the design and execution of the research.

We were able to benefit from, among other things, the knowledge of Professor of Strategic Management Henk Volberda. Characteristic of the approach of the MT500 is the peer-to-peer assessment: respondents only pass judgment on companies that are active in their own sector. (source)

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