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  2. A short history of studying incremental institutional change: Does Explaining Institutional Change provide any new explanations?

    van der Heijden, JJ., 2010, In : Regulation & Governance. 4, 2, p. 230-243 14 p.

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  3. Abuse reporting and the fight against cybercrime

    Jhaveri, M. H., Cetin, F., Gañán, C., Moore, T. & Eeten, M. V., 2017, In : ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR). 49, 4, p. 1-27 27 p., 68.

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  4. Adaptive governance: Towards a stable, accountable and responsive government

    Janssen, M. & van der Voort, H., 2016, In : Government Information Quarterly: an international journal of information technology management, policies, and practices. 33, 1, p. 1-5 5 p.

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  5. Adaptive programme management through a balanced performance/strategy oriented focus

    Rijke, JS., van Herk, S., Zevenbergen, C., Ashley, R., Hertogh, MJCM. & ten Heuvelhof, EF., 2014, In : International Journal of Project Management. 32, 7, p. 1197-1209 13 p.

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  6. Agency autonomy actually: Creation, design and early development of the European medicines agency and the European food safety authority

    Groenleer, MLP., 2014, In : International Public Management Journal. 17, 2, p. 1-38 38 p.

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  7. Agency growth between autonomy and accountability: The European Police Office as a 'living institution'

    Busuioc, M., Curtin, D. & Groenleer, MLP., 2011, In : Journal of European Public Policy. 18, 6, p. 848-867 20 p.

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  8. Airport Privatisation and safety: Does ownership type affect safety?

    de Bruijne, M. L. C., Kuit, M. & ten Heuvelhof, EF., 2006, In : Safety Science. 44, p. 451-478 28 p.

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  9. Als de Vrijheid van het religieuze geweten wordt aangetast, kun je de wet niet respecteren

    Dicke, WM., 2009, In : Bestuurswetenschappen. 65, 3, p. 3-7 5 p.

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  10. Alternative approaches to food: Community supported agriculture in urban China

    Krul, K. & Ho, P., 18 May 2017, In : Sustainability. 9, 5, 844.

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  11. An Adversarial Risk Analysis Framework for Cybersecurity

    Rios Insua, D., Couce-Vieira, A., Rubio, J. A., Pieters, W., Labunets, K. & G. Rasines, D., 2019, In : Risk Analysis.

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  12. An Insider's Look into Policy Transfer in Transnational Expert Networks

    de Jong, WM. & Edelenbos, J., 2007, In : European Planning Studies. 15, 5, p. 687-706 20 p.

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  13. Analysing the past and exploring the future of sustainable biomass : Participatory stakeholder dialogue and technological innovation systems research

    Breukers, S., Hisschemoller, M., Cuppen, EHWJ. & Suurs, R., 2014, In : Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 81, January, p. 227-235 9 p.

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  14. Analyzing sectoral niche formation: The case of net-zero energy buildings in India

    Jain, M., Hoppe, T. & Bressers, H., 2016, In : Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions.

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  15. Anomaly detection through information sharing under different topologies

    Gallos, L. K., Korczynski, M. T. & Fefferman, N. H., 1 Dec 2017, In : Eurasip Journal on Information Security. 2017, 1, 5.

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  16. Applying Western decision-making theory to the study of transport infrastructure development in China: The case of the Harbin metro

    Groenleer, MLP., Jiang, T., de Jong, WM. & de Bruijn, JA., 2012, In : Policy and Society. 31, p. 73-85 13 p.

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  17. Applying policy network theory to policy-making in China: the case of urban health insurance reform

    Zheng, H., de Jong, WM. & Koppenjan, JFM., 2010, In : Public Administration: an international quarterly covering public administration throughout the world. 88, 2, p. 398-417 20 p.

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  18. Are we doing it wrong or do we expect too much? Forces that push authorities to become public transport designers

    Eerdmans, DA., van Kooij, SCE., van de Velde, DM. & Westerink, H., 2010, In : Research in Transportation Economics. 29, 1, p. 133-139 7 p.

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  19. Assessing and explaining interagency collaboration performance: a comparative case study of local governments in China

    Mu, R., de Jong, M. & Koppenjan, J., 20 Aug 2018, In : Public Management Review.

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  20. Assessing network cognition in the Dutch railway system: insights into network situation awareness and workload using social network analysis

    Lo, J. C. & Meijer, S. A., 2019, In : Cognition, Technology and Work.

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  21. Assessing the administrative practice of environmental protection performance evaluation in China: the case of Shenzhen

    Liu, L., de Jong, M. & Huang, Y., 1 Oct 2016, In : Journal of Cleaner Production. 134, p. 51-60 10 p.

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