National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Czechia


  • Jan Bittner Prague University of Economics and Business



NGEU, Czechia, Resilience and Recovery Plan, Labour policy, Social policy


The Czech position vis-à-vis the NGEU plan prioritised the maximisation of grants for domestic investments while ensuring autonomy in their targeting. The National Resilience and Recovery Plan prioritises the investment side at the expense of structural reforms. The direction of investments resembles the priorities pursued in the context of cohesion policy, while meeting climate and digital targets. Most of the investments are in infrastructure projects. The biggest shortcoming of the Czech plan is the absence of a vision of how to take advantage of the economic potential of the green transition and digitalisation.




How to Cite

Bittner, J. (2022). National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Czechia. Italian Labour Law E-Journal, 15(1S).