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Rutten, B.J.C.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 1995
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Kooijman, D.C. (author)
Machine and Theater, Design Concepts for Shop Buildings is a richly illustrated study of the architectural and urban development of retail buildings, focusing on six essential shop types: the passage and the department store in particular in Germany and France in the nineteenth century; supermarkets and malls and their relation to the...
doctoral thesis 1999
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Sunikka, M. (author)
book 2001
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van der Voordt, Theo (author)
The last decade has witnessed the introduction of non‐territorial offices with desk sharing and desk rotation linked to different job functions and working processes. This paper discusses the motives behind the application of these new concepts, potential costs and benefits and data on accommodation costs. A framework of potential costs and...
journal article 2004
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Helderman, A.C. (author), Mulder, C.H. (author), Van Ham, M. (author)
In most western countries, homeowners are much less likely to change residence than renters are. In the last few decades, the rise in home ownership in the Netherlands has been spectacular. This would imply that the population has become less mobile, which has consequences for the functioning of the housing market – at least, if the relationship...
journal article 2004
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Van de Velde, D.M. (author), Lutje Schipholt, L.R. (author), Veeneman, W.W. (author)
The competitive tendering regime introduced in The Netherlands in 2001 aims at stimulating innovation in service design. One can observe, in the meantime, a variety of arrangements as transport authorities vary considerably in the level of service design freedom they give to operators, both in tendering and within contracts. This paper presents...
journal article 2008
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Brunia, S. (author), Hartjes-Gosselink, A.M. (author)
Purpose – Personalization and the non-territorial office seem to be contradicting concepts. It is generally accepted that it is not possible to personalize workplaces in environments where no fixed individual workplaces are allocated. However, people seem to have a human need of personalization. Personalization can be done in different ways and...
journal article 2009
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Van Colen, C. (author), Montserrat, F. (author), Verbist, K. (author), Vincx, M. (author), Steyaert, M. (author), Vanaverbeke, J. (author), Herman, P.M.J. (author), Degraer, S. (author), Ysebaert, T. (author)
To assess the role of macrofauna-mediated sediment changes on nematode community recovery, we examined the temporal development of macrobenthos, nematode communities and sediment properties following hypoxia in 16 m2 replicated plots over a 6 mo period. Hypoxia drastically changed nematode community composition (i.e. reduced diversity and...
journal article 2009
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Van Overmeeren, A.J. (author), Gruis, V.H. (author), Haffner, M.E.A. (author)
This article analyzes the function, design, and effects of a method to assess the performance of housing associations in the Netherlands. First, the roles of performance assessment are discussed from three perspectives: the association as an agent for the central government; the association as a facilitator of local stakeholders’ needs; and the...
journal article 2009
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Priemus, H. (author)
This contribution deals with the impact of the credit crunch on the Dutch housing market and the policy responses of the Dutch government so far. Reinhart and Rogoff have presented an overview of credit crises after WW II: what are the general characteristics and impacts? Also in the Netherlands, banking problems were imported from the US. The...
journal article 2009
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De Vries, P. (author), Boelhouwer, P.J. (author)
The literature on housing markets suggests that house prices in almost all western economies can be explained by short-run demand-oriented variables and a long- run term. The basic principles of the theory are that the short-run fluctuations, which are based on recent price developments (shocks), occur due to market imperfection, while over the...
journal article 2009
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Straub, A. (author)
Purpose – This paper aims to provide insight into the use of a standard for condition assessment. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is based on a literature review, an analysis of the development, content and practical use of the Dutch Standard for Condition Assessment of Buildings, and the findings of several research projects about...
journal article 2009
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Haffner, M.E.A. (author), Elsinga, M. (author)
Urban renewal in the Netherlands has become a matter of ‘networking’. Housing associations, Dutch social landlords, became financially independent in the 1990s and have a responsibility in urban renewal. It is a joint responsibility in which local authority, social landlord and tenants are dependent on each other. This situation is rather new...
journal article 2009
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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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Kleinhans, R. (author), Van der Land, M. (author), Doff, W. (author)
In this prologue to the special issue, the guest editors place the contributions in the context of current debates on living in concentrated poverty neighbourhoods. These debates concern two broad categories of residents: poor households that are assisted to move from concentrations of poverty to lower-poverty areas (movers); and households (not...
journal article 2010
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Van der Land, M. (author), Doff, W. (author)
Residents of deprived urban neighbourhoods with a changing population often experience an increase in insecurity. If they judge the change as decline, they are likely to become less satisfied with their residential situation and exhibit coping tactics. This paper combines Hirschman’s Exit, Voice and Loyalty theory with insights on personal and...
journal article 2010
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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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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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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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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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