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Milakis, D. (author), Snelder, M. (author), Van Arem, B. (author), Van Wee, G.P. (author), Homem De Almeida Rodriguez Correia, G. (author)
Automated driving technology is emerging. Yet, less is known about when automated vehicles will hit the market, how penetration rates will evolve and to what extent this new transportation technology will affect transportation demand and planning. This study identified through scenario analysis plausible future development paths of automated...
conference paper 2016
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Hermans, L.M. (author), Maat, J. (author), Haasnoot, M. (author), Kwakkel, J.H. (author)
New planning approaches put new requirements on evaluation. A recent innovation in the water domain is adaptive delta management (ADM). ADM supports long-term planning in the face of uncertainty. This paper discusses the main considerations for the design of an evaluation system for ADM, departing from literature on evaluation systems, adaptive...
conference paper 2014
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Van Geenhuizen, M.S. (author)
„Field labs? („living labs?) are explored to determine their role in bringing new knowledge from university to market. The case is the Netherlands, a country facing an innovation system in which much new knowledge is created by universities but small amounts are brought to market, apparently caused by various missing links. To arrive at a better...
conference paper 2011
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De Vries, P. (author), Boelhouwer, P.J. (author)
The literature on housing markets suggest that periods of economic growth are characterised by a demand for better housing quality and increasing prices. The basic principles of the theory are that the short-run price fluctuations occur due to market imperfection, while over the long term, causality with such fundamentals as income will recover....
conference paper 2010
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Van Geenhuizen, M.S. (author)
The Netherlands is facing a situation in which much knowledge is created at universities but small amounts are brought to market. Various indicators point to missing links in knowledge valorization in this country. To arrive at a better understanding of knowledge valorization the paper presents an exploration of failure/success on the project...
conference paper 2011
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Cunningham, S. (author), Werker, C. (author)
Geographical concentration of economic activities has been widely discussed. However, the insights into other kinds of concentration such as technological and organizational concentration have been scarce. Here, we analyze organizational, technological and geographical concentration of nanotechnology activities in the Netherlands. We discuss our...
conference paper 2012
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Rose, T.M. (author), Volker, L. (author)
Formal incentives systems aim to encourage improved performance by offering a reward for the achievement of project-specific goals. Despite argued benefits of incentive systems on project delivery outcomes, there remains debate over how incentive systems can be designed to encourage the formation of strong project relationships within a complex...
conference paper 2013
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Van Geenhuizen, M.S. (author)
The valorization of knowledge created at universities is recognised as the third mission of many universities in the developed world today. For this reason researchers and policy makers have started to give much attention to performance of universities in terms of patent applications, licenses, research joint ventures and alliances, and the...
conference paper 2011
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Kleinhans, R.J. (author), Veldboer, A.P.M. (author)
Social mobility is a key concept in neighbourhood-based policies in Europe and the US. The Dutch neighbourhood approach often implies physical restructuring combined with a range of economic and social mobility strategies such as counselling, citizenship courses, debt relief, work training / placement programs and language courses. However, the...
conference paper 2012
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Balz, V.E. (author), Zonneveld, W.A.M. (author)
In European regions, such as the Randstad Holland, emerging patterns of interaction and movement result in increasing spatial fragmentation. This development creates enormous challenges for the governance of territories. Classic forms of government, based upon clear-cut divisions in terms of administrative levels, policy sectors and the public...
conference paper 2012
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Van Geenhuizen, M.S. (author)
In the knowledge-based economy, the pivotal role of commercialization of university knowledge is increasingly recognized by researchers and policymakers dealing with national and regional economies. Knowledge commercialization is the process in which value is added to new knowledge in its transformation into new (improved) products, processes,...
conference paper 2011
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Clarke, Nicholas (author)
Urban conservation, notably in Western Europe, grew from a reaction to the large Modernist monofunctional sub-urban expansion projects and programmes aimed at rationalising messy multifunctional historic cities. Conservationists responded reactively by celebrating the diversity and multi-layered character of the historic city. In the Netherlands...
conference paper 2016
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de Bok, M.A. (author)
This paper discusses an analysis of the bandwidth of freight transport forecasts for The Netherlands with the strategic freight transport model ‘BasGoed’. The strategic freight transport model Basgoed was developed over the past years as a basic model, satisfying the basic needs of policy making, based on proven knowledge and available transport...
conference paper 2017
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