All work of the WRR is public and published in one of four series.
- Reports to the government: extensive reports containing advice on government policy
- Policy briefs: shorter publications containing reflection on current topics, along with recommendations
- Investigations: publications in which the WRR points out societal issues
- Working papers: background studies written to support advisory projects
In addition to these four series, the WRR occasionally issues publications, videos and podcasts on current topics.
Leaflets about the WRR, the publications and the current projects
Money and Debt: The Public Role of Banks
Money and debt are of fundamental importance to our society, but difficult to understand. This book analyses how money creation ...
Money Creation - How does it work?
Compensation for Victims of Disasters in Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands
In 'Compensation for Victims of Disasters in Belgium, France, Germany and the Netherlands', Véronique Bruggeman and Michael Faure ...
Summary The World in a City
All across Europe, municipal governments are drawing up strategies for assimilating various groups of migrants in the local ...
Summary The New Diversity
There was a time when large groups of immigrants came to the Netherlands from a small number of countries, to wit Indonesia, ...
The Fall of the Middle Class? Stability and Vulnerability in the Middle Segment of Society
The WRR publication The Fall of the Middle Class? Stability and Vulnerability in the Middle Segment of Society examines the ...
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 ...
Migration and Classification: Towards a Multiple Migration Idiom
In various countries, public authorities, research institutes and civil-society organisations are struggling to classify migrants ...
For the Sake of Security. The Future of Flexible Workers and the Modern Organisation of Labour
The number of people who have a permanent job is decreasing while insecurity on the labour market is increasing. In the ...