Abbreviated. Chapter 1: Introduction (G. Gelauff, L. Klomp, S. Raes, T. Roelandt). Chapter 2: An international comparison of productivity performance: the case of the Netherlands (P. Donselaar, H. Erken, S. Raes). Chapter 3: The measurement of productivity: what do the numbers mean? (B. van Ark). Chapter 4: Helping thy neighbour: productivity, welfare and international trade (N. Nahuis, B. Geurts). Chapter 5: R&D and innovation: drivers of productivity growth (P. Donselaar, H. Erken, L. Klomp). Chapter 6: ICT and productivity (H. van der Wiel, G. van Leeuwen). Chapter 7: Human capital and productivity: a labour market perspective (P. van Winden, A. Reitsma). Chapter 8: Wage moderation and labour productivity (P. Broer, F. Huizinga). Chapter 9: Integrating evidence on the determinants of productivity (E. Bartelsman, H. de Groot). Chapter 10: Four sources of innovation and stimulation of growth in the Dutch economy (W. Baumol). Chapter 11: Market structure, innovation and productivity: a marriage with chemistry (E. Brouwer, H. van Dalen, T. Roelandt, M. Ruiter, H. van der Wiel). Chapter 12: Firm dynamics and labour productivity (W. Verhoeven). Chapter 13: The contribution of business services to aggregate productivity growth (H. Kox). Chapter 14: Increasing productivity through innovation and entrepreneurship in business services (M. Visscher, R. Becker, M. van Dijk). Chapter 15: The OECD growth study: implications for the Netherlands (D. Pilat). Chapter 16: A policy agenda for higher productivity growth (S. Raes, G. Gelauff, L. Klomp, T. Roelandt).