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.

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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Human rights as benchmarks of artifcial intelligence

    This is a Working paper on Artificial Intelligence focusing on human rights

    Working Paper | 07-10-2021 | Ernst Hirsch Ballin

  4. 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

  5. Strengthening EU Policy based on European Variations as a Key to Cooperation

    On the occasion of the start of the EU conference on the future of Europe, the WRR issued a memorandum on options for approaching ...

    Publication | 19-07-2021

  6. Introduction Research Money and Debt

    This video is an introduction to the reserach money and debt which led to the report Money and Debt: The Public Role of Banks.

    Video | 28-06-2021

  7. Acquiring, assessing and weighing. The use of knowledge in policy advice in times of crisis

    Preparing for the next crisis mainly means being aware that it will inevitably come. This is the conclusion drawn by the ...

    Publication | 24-06-2021

  8. 'More needed than ever' Evaluation of the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy 2013-2017

    The evaluation More needed than ever - Evaluation of the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy 2013-2017 was ...

    Evaluation | 11-05-2021

  9. #9 Digital Disruption

    In this podcast WRR-chair Corien Prins and senior research fellow Erik Schrijvers will reflect on this. They recommend better ...

    Audio clip | 28-01-2021

  10. Communication and support for Covid-19 measures

    How can we ensure that people keep a safe distance from one another? That they continue to work from home as much as possible? ...

    Publication | 16-12-2020