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The Academy regularly issues advisory reports on a wide variety of subjects. In some cases, it is asked to do so by the authorities or universities; in other cases, it does so on its own initiative.
The subjects are extremely varied, but in general the advisory reports fall into two categories:
The Academy’s advice can take different forms:
The Academy has five advisory councils that are responsible for its advisory work. The council members are experienced experts who represent the scientific community. They suggest subjects for the Academy’s advisory reports and foresight studies and supervise the advisory process, specifically by keeping a close eye on the quality of the content.
Every year, the Academy draws up a work programme for advisory reports and foresight studies. The programme is not set in stone, however; subjects may be added or removed in the course of the year.Read moreDirectory of Academy advisory reports and publications
Every report, memorandum or study is drawn up by a committee of Academy members and experts. As a rule, committee members receive no compensation for their work.Directory of advisory councils and committees