The Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) was created to mitigate the economic and social impact of the coronavirus pandemic and make European economies and societies more sustainable, resilient and better prepared for the challenges and opportunities of the green and digital transitions.
This policy study poses the question of the Facility’s contribution to achieving one of these goals: preparing member states for the digital transformation by maximising its benefits, minimizing its costs, and distributing both benefits and costs equitably. Manos Matsaganis, Georgios Manalis and Avilia Zavarella focus on six member states: Germany, Greece, France, Italy, Portugal, and Slovakia, which started from a widely different baseline, while their performance was not consistent across policy areas.
This policy study is part of the Recovery Watch series of publications. The Recovery Watch is a research that monitors the Recovery and Resilience Facility and assesses its social impact in different countries.
Led by FEPS, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and the Institut Emile Vandervelde (IEV), in collaboration with several first-rate research organisations.
En Europe, le marché unique fête ses 30 ans, entre satisfaction et désillusion
by Le Monde 01/02/2023
'In Europe, the single market celebrates its 30th anniversary, between satisfaction and disillusionment' Le Monde article with an intervention by László Andor, FEPS Secretary General
L’Italia non riesce a usare il Pnrr: abbiamo speso solo un terzo dei 42 miliardi di euro stanziati
by L'Espresso 09/01/2023
'Italy fails to take advantage of the NRRP: we have spent only one-third of the 42 billion euros allocated' L'Espresso article on the implementation of the Recovery and Resilience Plans.
Gli effetti della crisi sulle famiglie e sul settore dell’agricoltura
by Radio Vaticana 19/12/2022
"The impact of the crisis on families and the agricultural sector" Radio Vaticana. Interview (18'45) with David Rinaldi, FEPS Director of Studies and Policy, on the Recovery Watch series of publications
Nuova economia ok, ma l’inquinamento?
by Il Fatto Quotidiano 19/12/2022
"A new economy OK, but what about pollution?" Il Fatto Quotidiano article on FEPS Policy Study "Policy challenges and actions for a just climate transition"
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