Environment Sustainability – Research on the structural reforms and investments necessary for a more sustainable and competitive economic model, such as the transition to carbon neutrality and the circular economy. This entails evaluating the separation of economic success from its related negative environmental repercussions in order to redefine “prosperity.”
Fairness – Research on the labor market, education, and social policy issues to promote a socially cohesive, sustainably safeguarded, and inclusive social platform for economic development.
Productivity and Innovation – Research on productivity, research and innovation improvements while acknowledging the constraints of limited resources and ageing populations. This includes the rapid adoption of digital technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things, the development of a competent workforce, and the enhancement of the business environment.
Fiscal Stability – Research on matters pertaining to the sustainable management of public finances, such as the adequate long-term forecasting of expenditures (health, education, pensions) and revenues (taxation).
Short-Term Recovery Measures – Research on the immediate actions that must be taken in the year to improve prosperity.