This article describes how the Dutch government responded to that country's financial, economic and fiscal crises. The article covers the financial crisis in 2008 when the Dutch government took measures to support and save banks; the economic crisis in 2009, which forced the government to take economic recovery measures; and the resulting fiscal crisis of increasing state debts and budget deficits which led the incoming government in 2010 to begin cutbacks in public expenditure.

Dutch politics, economic crisis, financial and banking crisis, fiscal crisis, government decision-making, politics and administration
dx.doi.org/10.1080/09540962.2012.728784, hdl.handle.net/1765/38591
Public Money and Management: integrating theory and practice in public management
Erasmus School of Economics

Kickert, W.J.M. (2012). How the Dutch government responded to financial, economic and fiscal crisis. Public Money and Management: integrating theory and practice in public management, 32(6), 439–443. doi:10.1080/09540962.2012.728784