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Better Work: The Impact of Automation, Flexibilization and Intensification of Work

The automation, flexibilization and intensification of work will have significant consequences for people who still have jobs in ...

Report | 15-11-2021 | Monique Kremer, Robert Went, Godfried Engbersen

Mission AI. The New System Technology

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the combustion engine of the twenty-first century. The technology is currently moving out of the ...

Report | 10-11-2021

Preparing for Digital Disruption

Often without our even noticing it, digital infrastructure is closely intertwined with processes that are essential to our ...

Report | 28-09-2021 | Erik Schrijvers, Corien Prins, Reijer Passchier

Security in an interconnected world. A Strategic Vision for Defence Policy

The security environment in the Netherlands and the world around it has deteriorated. Security in an Interconnected World. A ...

Report | 10-04-2020 | Ernst Hirsch Ballin, Huub Dijstelbloem, Peter de Goede

European Variations as a Key to Cooperation

European Variations as a Key to Cooperation focuses on the way in which the Member States can continue cooperating in a ...

Report | 14-01-2020 | Ernst Hirsch Ballin, Emina Ćerimović, Huub Dijstelbloem, Mathieu Segers

Why knowing what to do is not enough. A realistic perspective on self-reliance

In today’s society, people are expected to take responsibility for their own lives and be self-reliant. This is no easy feat. ...

Report | 14-10-2019 | Anne-Greet Keizer, Will Tiemeijer, Mark Bovens

Finance and Society: Restoring the Balance

The enormous dependence on the financial sector have made the economy and society extremely vulnerable. In this report, the WRR ...

Report | 18-09-2017

Towards a Food Policy

The rapidly changing context of the food supply and the accompanying challenges demand a food policy that should focus mainly on ...

Report | 13-12-2016 | Josta de Hoog, Bart Stellinga, Huub Dijstelbloem

The public core of the Internet. An international agenda for Internet governance

The Internet should be a key area in the Netherlands’ foreign policy in order to protect the public core of the Internet from ...

Report | 01-10-2015 | Dennis Broeders

Policymaking Using Behavioural Expertise

Policymaking could improve if greater use were made of the knowledge contributed by behavioural economics and psychology. The ...

Report | 10-09-2014 | Will Tiemeijer