Policy briefs


TECHNEQUALITY is designed to co-create theoretical understanding, empirical research and policy works between researchers and policy-stakeholders. TECHNEQUALITY partners will therefore collaborate with governement stakeholders and co-create concrete and actionable policy recommendations based on the main outcomes of our research. The results that are presented in our reports and papers can sometimes be technical and difficult to interpret for experts from different fields and a broader public. For this reason we produce four policy-briefs wherein we summarize our main results and recommendations.


Policy report 1. Scenarios for the Impact of Intelligent Automation on Work, December 2020

Policy brief 1. Scenarios for the Impact of  Automation on Work in Europe, August 2020

In our web tool "Automation Impact on Employment'  we help visualizing and understanding the impact on employment of the various assumptions made on the penetration of automation, the speed of deployment and potential restrictors to the adoptation of automation. The different scenario's are documented in our paper:

Labour market forecasting scenarios for automation risks: Approach and outcomes.

Policy brief 2. Reinventing the welfare state: Micro- and macro-economic effects of Unconditional Basic Income and Participation Income scenarios, December 2021

Policy brief 3. Training for the future: How to increase participation among vulnerable workers, December 2021

Policy brief 4. Taxing robots?, December 2021

Policy brief 5. Macro-economic simulation of two policy scenarios in the Netherlands, December 2021

Policy brief 6. Technological Progress and Changes in the Occupational Structure of the Dutch Labour Market, April 2022