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Publication The Fall of the Middle Class?

On 14 February 2018 The Netherlands Scientific Counicl for Government Policy (WRR) published The Fall of the Middle Class?...

News item | 14-02-2018 | 16:30

WRR welcomes science delegation from China

Monday 29th January a Chinese science delegation visited the WRR.

News item | 29-01-2018 | 10:00

WRR-Policy Brief on use of Big Data in the security domain

The use of Big Data in the field of security requires new frameworks. That is argued by the WRR in its policy brief Big Data...

News item | 31-01-2017 | 09:00

What's wrong with social divisions?

The notion of ‘social divisions’ crops up regularly in the public debate, and always in a negative sense. But what are social...

News item | 12-01-2017 | 16:17

WRR-Policy Brief on national climate policy in the Netherlands

The WRR-Policy Brief ‘Klimaatbeleid voor de lange termijn: van vrijblijvend naar verankerd’ has been translated into English....

News item | 21-12-2016 | 09:07

Seminar publication 'For the Next Generations'

The WRR’s mission is to provide strategic/scientific advice in support of Dutch government policy that is in continuous...

News item | 21-12-2016 | 00:00

Appointment of new Chairman of Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR)

The Council of Ministers of the Dutch government has approved the proposal by the Prime Minister to nominate Professor J.E.J....

News item | 19-12-2016 | 14:22

Lecture 2016 'Living on the edge'

What impact do inequality and growing uncertainties have on public health in Europe? That was the central question addressed...

News item | 05-12-2016 | 00:00

Presentation of WRR report ‘Finance and Society: Restoring the Balance’

The WRR has this afternoon presented its report ‘Finance and Society: Restoring the Balance’ (Samenleving en financiële sector ...

News item | 12-10-2016 | 00:00

Government is overestimating financial resilience of citizens

Problem debts arise in part because the government is too optimistic about the financial resilience of citizens. This is one of...

News item | 30-06-2016 | 10:17

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