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De Vries, O. (author)
Amsterdam is growing fast, faster than the rest of the Netherlands. This leads to many challenges such as housing shortage and high pressure on space and amenities. For its competitiveness it important that Amsterdam keeps developing. However, it is often considered to be full. This study will show that there is a lot of space unused in the city...
master thesis 2016
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Gunnewijk, D. (author)
De regio Achterhoek staat voor de opgave om de gevolgen van krimp in goede banen te leiden. De gevolgen van krimp hebben een grote impact op zowel de fysieke als de sociale leefomgeving. Bijvoorbeeld de zichtbare gevolgen van leegstand in een kern en de gevolgen op de sociale samenhang wanneer bijvoorbeeld de school weggaat of de...
master thesis 2016
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Schroots, S.M.F. (author)
A master thesis that addresses the 'to be developed' Environment & Planning vision and the possible support of this vision to the energetic society.
master thesis 2015
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Gruodyte, B. (author)
master thesis 2015
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Harteveld, E. (author)
In the face of geographic, social and economic dynamics, Dutch spatial planning has underwent a significant change from prescriptive and regulatory top down planning to collaborative spatial planning (CSP) in networks of like-minded governments. Such CSP initiatives, or regional collaborations, seek to align their efforts to steer regional...
master thesis 2014
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Bras, J.W. (author)
If we think of large scale infrastructure projects in the Netherlands that have been developed recently we might come to the conclusion that the number of completed projects in terms of rail infrastructure is very limited. And if someone might ask to give a successful example of a railway line that has been developed last years it is hard to...
master thesis 2013
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Van Boggelen, K.M. (author)
Rail related infrastructure projects, like many projects, often fail to deliver within budget and time. The root cause of most failures however is not technical, but rather, managerial. The existing scientific literature reveals that the impact of unexpected events in the project is a major contributor to these overruns. There is not, however, a...
master thesis 2011
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Varga, K.S. (author)
Managing uncertainties in practice differs from the suggested uncertainty management approach in the (scientific) literature. Uncertainty managers are not aware of the many tools and techniques that are available to manage uncertainties in their projects. They deal with uncertainties in a rather implicit way with varying success. Furthermore it...
master thesis 2011
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De Wit, P.Y. (author)
Managing spatial development projects projects is a challenge because they are technically complex, take place in a dynamic environment and many stakeholders are involved. To successfully manage these projects a combination of project management and process management is required. Main research question is: How can managers of spatial...
master thesis 2010
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Tan, W.G.Z. (author)
Motivation: When we think about cities full of vitality and life spans that go beyond the normal waking hours, we think of global cities such as London, New York which are also capitals of capital, economic strength, buzz and success. Such urban systems1 make full usage of their structure and elements with continuous processes and flows. ...
master thesis 2009
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