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  2. Tussen naiviteit en paranoia. De overheid en het ongrijpbare fenomeen strategisch gedrag

    ten Heuvelhof, EF., de Jong, WM., Kuit, M. & Stout, HD., 2004, In : Beleidswetenschap: kwartaalschrift voor beleidsonderzoek en beleidspraktijk. 18, 2, p. 118-136 19 p.

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  3. Tweedekans-re-integratie

    Koning, PWC., 2008, In : Economisch Statistische Berichten. april 2008, 4533S, p. 24-28 5 p.

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  4. Uit de schaduw: Perspectieven voor wetenschappelijk onderzoek naar dark markets

    Verburgh, T., Smits, E. & van Wegberg, R., 2018, In : Justitiele Verkenningen. 44, 5, p. 68-82

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  5. Understanding ambiguously structured rail traffic control practices

    van den Top, J. & Steenhuisen, BM., 2009, In : International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management. 9, 2, p. 148-161 14 p.

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  6. Understanding how to import good governance practices in Bangladeshi villages

    de Jong, WM. & Kroesen, JO., 2007, In : Knowledge, Technology & Policy. 19, 4, p. 9-25 17 p.

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  7. Understanding institutional change: The development of institutions for the regulation of the natural gas supply systems in the United States and the European Union

    Correlje, AF., Groenleer, MLP. & Veldman, J., 2013, In : EUI Working Paper RSCAS. 2013, 2013/07, p. 1-20 20 p.

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  8. Understanding institutional change: The development of institutions for the regulation of the natural gas supply systems in the United States and the European Union

    Correlje, AF., Groenleer, MLP. & Veldman, J., 2014, In : Competition and Regulation in Network Industries. 15, 1, p. 2-32 31 p.

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  9. Understanding open source communities: An organizational perspective

    van Wendel de Joode, R., 2006, In : Ejov-The Electronic Journal for Virtual Organizations and Networks. 7, p. 95-105 11 p.

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  10. Understanding stakeholders' views and the influence of the socio-cultural dimension on the adoption of solar energy technology in Lebanon

    Elmustapha, H., Hoppe, T. & Bressers, H., 31 Jan 2018, In : Sustainability. 10, 2, p. 1-17 17 p., 364.

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  11. Understanding the role of sender reputation in abuse reporting and cleanup

    Cetin, F. O., Hanif Jhaveri, M., Gañán, C., van Eeten, M. & Moore, T., 2016, In : Journal of Cybersecurity. 2, 1, p. 83-98 16 p.

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  12. Understanding wicked problems and organized irresponsibility : challenges for governing the sustainable intensification of chicken meat production

    van Bueren, EM., Lammerts van Bueren, ET. & van der Zijpp, AJ., 2014, In : Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 8, June, p. 1-14 14 p.

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  13. Unintended responses to performance management in Dutch hospital care: Bringing together the managerial and professional perspectives

    Kerpershoek, EFP., Groenleer, MLP. & de Bruijn, JA., 15 Dec 2015, In : Public Management Review: an international journal of research and theory. 18, 3, p. 417-436 20 p.

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  14. United we stand? The European Union's International actorness in the cases of the ICC and the Kyoto Protocol

    Groenleer, MLP. & van Schaik, LG., 2007, In : Journal of Common Market Studies. 45, 5

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  15. Unravelling emotional viewpoints on a bio-based economy using Q methodology

    Sleenhoff, S., Cuppen, EHWJ. & Osseweijer, P., 2015, In : Public Understanding of Science. 2014, 7, p. 858-877 20 p.

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  16. Urban Symbiosis as a strategy for sustainabilising cities: An overview of options and their potential, pitfalls and solutions

    Mulder, K., 22 Sep 2017, In : Civil Engineering Research Journal. 2, 3, p. 1-7 8 p.

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  17. Urban experimentation and institutional arrangements

    Raven, R., Sengers, F., Spaeth, P., Xie, L., Cheshmehzangi, A. & de Jong, M., 25 Oct 2017, In : European Planning Studies. p. 1-24 24 p.

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  18. Urban social assistance in China: Transnational diffusion and national interpretation

    Liu, T. & Sun, L., 2016, In : Journal of Current Chinese Affairs. 45, 2, p. 29-51 23 p.

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  19. Urbanized Deltas as Complex Adaptive Systems: Implications for Planning and Design

    Dammers, E., Bregt, AK., Edelenbos, J., Meyer, VJ. & Pel, B., 2014, In : Built Environment. 40, 2, p. 156-168 13 p.

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  20. Validation of an agent based model using a participatory simulation gaming approach: The case of city logistics

    Anand, N., Meijer, D., van Duin, R., Tavasszy, L. & Meijer, S., 5 Aug 2016, In : Transportation Research. Part C: Emerging Technologies. 71, p. 489-499 11 p.

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  21. Validity of railway microscopic simulations under the microscope: Two case studies

    Roungas, B., Meijer, S. & Verbraeck, A., 31 Aug 2018, In : International Journal of System of Systems Engineering. 8, 4, p. 346-364 19 p.

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  22. Van COTS naar MODS, ontwikkelmethoden voor Serious Games

    Bekebrede, G. & Harteveld, C., 2007, In : Informatie: maandblad voor informatievoorziening. 49, 10, p. 20-25 6 p.

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  23. Van tekentafel naar bestuurlijke implementatie. Gamen met bestuurders in de rechtspraak en het Openbaar Ministerie.

    van Bueren, EM., Mayer, IS., Harteveld, C. & Scalzo, R., 2009, In : Bestuurskunde. 18, 3, p. 47-59 13 p.

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  24. Veerkracht: Nieuw wondermiddel voor het openbaar bestuur?

    Boin, A. & van Eeten, MJG., 2007, In : Bestuurskunde. 16, 2, p. 73-81 9 p.

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  25. Veiligheid bij complexe projectontwikkeling. Van spelbederf naar co-design

    Koppenjan, JFM. & ten Heuvelhof, EF., 2000, In : S+RO (Stedenbouw en Ruimtelijke Ordening). 81, 1, p. 33-37 5 p.

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  26. Veiligheid verwaterd? Een narratieve analyse van Nederlands en Duits hoogwaterbeleid

    Steenhuisen, BM., Dicke, WM. & Tijink, D., 2006, In : Bestuurswetenschappen. 60, 3, p. 227-248 22 p.

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  27. Veranderingen van de samenleving starten niet in het parlement. Gesprek met Hedy d'Ancona

    Dicke, WM. & van Stipdonk, VP., 2009, In : Bestuurswetenschappen. 63, april 20097, p. 3-9 7 p.

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  28. Verkeersveiligheidsbeleid als uit-wedstrijd: Een nieuwe sturingsvisie voor Duurzaam Veilig

    Bax, C., de Jong, WM. & Koppenjan, JFM., 2006, In : Bestuurswetenschappen. 60, 6, p. 467-484 18 p.

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  29. Vertical Politics in Horizontal Policy Networks: Framework Setting as Coupling Arrangement

    Koppenjan, JFM., Kars, M. & van der Voort, H., 2009, In : Policy Studies Journal. 37, 4, 2009, p. 769-792 24 p.

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  30. Vertical Politics in Horizontal Policy Networks: Framwork Setting as Coupling Arrangement

    Koppenjan, JFM., Kars, M. & van der Voort, HG., 2009, In : Policy Studies Journal. 37, 4, p. 769-792 24 p.

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  31. Virtueel vangnet of functionele beleidsdroom? : publiek aandeelhouderschap als toezicht op de drinkwatersector

    Steenhuisen, BM., 2012, In : Bestuurskunde. 2012, 3, p. 57-69 13 p.

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  32. Waarom de waterschappen (niet) moeten worden opgeheven

    Dicke, WM. & Meijerink, S., 2006, In : Bestuurskunde. 15, 1, p. 2-9 8 p.

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  33. Waarom we niet leren van onderzoekscommissies. Met dank aan onderzoekscommissies

    de Bruijn, JA., 2007, In : Bestuurswetenschappen. 61, 3, p. 11-29 19 p.

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  34. Wanting it all – public perceptions of the effectiveness, cost, and privacy of surveillance technology

    Cayford, M., Pieters, W. & van Gelder, P. H. A. J. M., 2019, In : Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society.

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  35. Wat kan Nederland leren van de Deense infrastructuurplanning?

    de Jong, WM. & Geerlings, H., 2004, In : Bestuurswetenschappen. 58, 3, p. 193-217 25 p.

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  36. Waterschappen en de borging van publieke waarden

    Dicke, WM. & Steenhuisen, BM., 2006, In : Bestuurskunde. 15, 1, p. 16-25 10 p.

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  37. Watt rules? Assessing decision-making practices on smart energy systems in Dutch city districts

    Lammers, I. & Hoppe, T., Jan 2019, In : Energy Research and Social Science. 47, p. 233-246 14 p.

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  38. We kijken nog steeds door de bril van het 'verloren ideaal'

    Dicke, WM., 2006, In : Bestuurswetenschappen. 60, 6, p. 437-444 8 p.

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  39. We moeten protesteren tegen de statische aarzeling

    van der Voort, HG. & de Bruijne, MLC., 2009, In : Bestuurswetenschappen. 63, december, p. 3-8 6 p.

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  40. Werken aan winst in de sociale werkvoorziening

    Blank, JLT. & Koot, PM., 2007, In : Economisch Statistische Berichten. 92, okt.2007, p. 620-623 4 p.

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  41. Werkt nieuwe vorm van participerende democratie?

    ten Heuvelhof, EF. & van Twist, MJW., 2012, In : Openbaar Bestuur. 22, 2, p. 24-28 5 p.

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  42. 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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  43. 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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  44. 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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  45. 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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  46. 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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  47. 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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  48. 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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  49. 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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  50. 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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  51. 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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