Recent Release | 20 Apr 2022

Van kans naar impact – Beoordeling van de economische, maatschappelijke en culturele bijdrage van YouTube in Nederland

Economic Consulting Team

Oxford Economics

Dit onderzoek analyseert de bijdrage van YouTube aan het BBP en de werkgelegenheid in Nederland, en zijn bredere impact op de samenleving en cultuur.

Met YouTube kunnen Nederlandse creators een groot nationaal en internationaal publiek bereiken. Dit ondersteunt een aanzienlijke economische waarde voor degenen die inkomsten verdienen met het platform, bijvoorbeeld omdat ze een deel van de inkomsten krijgen uit advertenties die naast hun video’s worden geplaatst. Een aanwezigheid op YouTube kan videomakers ook helpen inkomsten te genereren uit andere bronnen, zoals productverkoop, samenwerkingen met andere merken of live optredens.

Deze inkomsten ondersteunen niet alleen banen en inkomen voor de makers zelf, maar ook bredere activiteiten in toeleveringsketens en via de uitgaven van werknemers. Onze economische modellen laten zien dat het geschatte creatieve ecosysteem van YouTube in 2020 in totaal ongeveer €165 miljoen heeft bijgedragen aan de Nederlandse economie en 7.700 fulltime banen heeft ondersteund.

In dit rapport schetsen we onze economische analyse, evenals de bevindingen van breder enquêteonderzoek om te onderzoeken hoe YouTube de Nederlandse cultuur kan promoten; vaardigheden en kennis bij gebruikers kan opbouwen; en een loopbaan voor content creators kan ondersteunen.

Naast de bevindingen van onze economische modellen en onderzoeken presenteren we een reeks casestudies om de persoonlijke verhalen van succesvolle Nederlandse content creators te belichten.

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About the team

Our economic consulting team are world leaders in quantitative economic analysis, working with clients around the globe and across sectors to build models, forecast markets and evaluate interventions using state-of-the art techniques. Lead consultants on this project included:

Andrew P Goodwin

Director of Applied Economics, Europe & Middle East

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Andrew P Goodwin

Director of Applied Economics, Europe & Middle East

London

Andrew is Director of Applied Economics, Europe & Middle East, and is based in our London office.

Since joining Oxford Economics in 2013 Andrew has led studies across a range of subject areas for public and private sector clients. These include projects for the Global Infrastructure Hub and PwC to forecast global infrastructure needs; economic impact studies in the aviation, maritime and defence sectors; work for cultural institutions such as the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and the British Library; analysing the impact of R&D support for clients including BEIS and the Centre for Process Innovation; and labour market studies for the UK Commission for Employment and Skills, the Department for Transport, and the Northern Ireland Department for Employment and Learning.

Before joining Oxford Economics, Andrew spent six years working as a Government economist at the Home Office and Department for Transport. Prior to that Andrew worked at DTZ Research and Consulting, where his responsibilities included analysing local economies and economic forecasting. Andrew holds an MSc in European Economic Integration from the University of Kent, where his dissertation analysed drivers of growth for European cities, and a BA in Economics with European Study from the University of Exeter.

Margarida Castro Rego

Economist

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Margarida Castro Rego

Economist

London

Margarida joined Oxford Economics in 2019 as a graduate in the London office.

She works in the Applied Economics team where she has been involved in a variety of projects, including a literature review on the effectiveness of soft drink taxation on health and revenue objectives, and a literature review on the benefits of digital services in Europe. She has also supported the econometric modelling of future demand for meat in the UK and several reports on the economic, societal, and cultural benefits of YouTube in different countries.

Before joining Oxford Economics, Margarida worked for the Portuguese Agency for Trade and Investment in London. She holds both a BSc and a MSc in Economics from NOVA SBE and while completing her dissertation, she did an internship at the Portuguese Ministry of Economy.

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