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  2. What participants do. A practice based approach to public participation in two policy fields

    van der Arend, SH. & Behagel, J., 2011, In : Critical Policy Studies. 5, 2, p. 169-186 18 p.

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  3. When E-Government is Opposed by Unwilling Clients. The Case of E-enforcement.

    van Berlo, MMHW. & de Bruijn, JA., 2004, In : Electronic Journal of e-Government. 1, 2, p. 65-74 10 p.

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  4. When controversies cascade: Analysing the dynamics of public engagement and conflict in the Netherlands and Switzerland through “controversy spillover”

    Cuppen, E., Ejderyan, O., Pesch, U., Spruit, S., van de Grift, E., Correljé, A. & Taebi, B., 2020, In : Energy Research and Social Science. 68, 101593.

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  5. Where is the governance in internet governance?

    van Eeten, MJG. & Mueller, M., 2013, In : New Media & Society. 15, 5, p. 720-736 17 p.

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  6. Why novel sanitary systems are hardly introduced?

    Blanken, M., Verweij, C. & Mulder, K., 2019, In : Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems. 7, 1, p. 13-27 15 p.

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  7. Why patient safety is such a tough nut to crack

    Leistikow, IP., Kalkman, CJ. & de Bruijn, JA., 2011, In : BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition). p. 342-347 6 p.

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  8. Working for Europe? socialization in the European Commission and agencies of the European Union

    Suvarierol, S., Busuioc, M. & Groenleer, MLP., 2013, In : Public Administration Review (online). 91, 4, p. 908-927 20 p.

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  9. Workshop 1 report: developing an effective performance regime

    Veeneman, WW. & Smith, ASJ., 2014, In : Research in Transportation Economics. 48, p. 62-66 5 p.

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  10. Workshop 2 report: Effective institutional design, regulatory frameworks and contract strategies

    Veeneman, W. & Smith, A., 1 Nov 2016, In : Research in Transportation Economics. 59, p. 60-64 5 p.

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  11. Workshop 2 report: Practical considerations in implementing different institutional regimes

    van de Velde, D. & Alexandersson, G., 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Research in Transportation Economics. 7 p., 100920.

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