In this series, we are publishing research by the Netherlands Council for Government Policy (WRR) that is relevant to the international community. Many social issues that affect the formation of policies in the Netherlands also represent challenges to other Western nations or international bodies. By publishing these studies in the international open access series, we hope that their analyses and insights will be able to contribute towards policy debates in other countries.
Migration diversity and Social cohesion. Reassessing the Duth policy agenda / Roel Jennissen, Mark Bovens, Godfried Engbersen and Meike Bokhorst (2022)
Better Work: The Impact of Automation, Flexibilization and Intensification of Work / Monique Kremer, Robert Went and Godfried Engbersen (2021)
Preparing for Digital Disruption / Erik Schrijvers, Corien Prins and Reijer Passchier (2021)
Money and Debt: The Public Role of Banks / Bart Stellinga, Josta de Hoog, Arthur van Riel, Casper de Vries (2021)
European Variations as a Key to Cooperation / Ernst Hirsch Ballin, Emina Ćerimović, Huub Dijstelbloem, Mathieu Segers (2020)
Security in an Interconnected World: A Strategic Vision for Defence Policy / Ernst Hirsch Ballin, Huub Dijstelbloem, Peter de Goede (2020)
Why Knowing What To Do Is Not Enough. A Realistic Perspective on Self-Reliance / Anne-Greet Keizer, Will Tiemeijer, Mark Bovens (2019)