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Dam, Friso (author)
The concept of deterrence, using fear of punishment to encourage compliant behavior, is widely discussed. However, deterrence often places an emphasis on the economic side of compliance while neglecting other possibly crucial factors, as is argued by the literature. Psychological factors, notably the personal norm and the social norm, often...
master thesis 2023
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Heerkens, Lidewij (author)
The Nederlandse- Voedsel en Warenautoriteit (NVWA) asked the at-first-sight simple question of how to combine risk-based and random methods for inspection. Risk-based and random inspection methods have contrasting incentives. Risk-based inspection increases efficiency and allocates resources efficiently but fails to regulate low and emergent...
master thesis 2023
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Isaenko, Matvei (author)
In my thesis I was studying the interrelation between network topology and dynamics and the emergence and evolution of institutions for the governance of CPR. This research was intended to shed some light on what is the role of networks in formation of endogenous institutions and the possible insights for policy makers and users of CPR. To...
master thesis 2023
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Ayaydin, Suzan (author)
Food safety inspections play an important role in the safety of consumers of food products. Even though food safety regulations have disciplinary power over food-related businesses, inspections are needed to ensure that regulations are followed for the well-being of consumers. Traditionally inspections did not have a goal of targeting higher...
master thesis 2023
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Insinger, Emma (author)
This thesis addresses the issue of teacher shortages in Dutch primary education. The first section of the study encompasses a multi-actor analysis of the Primary Education sector and provides a comprehensive overview of the recent efforts to reduce the teacher shortage. <br/>Next, utilising Q-methodology, profiles of three types of teachers are...
master thesis 2023
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Verberne, Tijn (author)
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van Tetterode, Zara-Vé (author)
Governmental AI-supported decision-making is paramount when impacting citizens. Citizens are subject to their government’s decision-making, which is crucial when they transact, as examining the transaction’s rightfulness is executed by the same government. Thus, control and monitoring are evident, which are increasingly applied through AI...
master thesis 2022
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Baijanova, Francien (author)
Background. Dutch universities struggle to find effective evidence-based intervention tools to reduce the high prevalence of sexual violence among their students. Reducing sexual violence means a safer student climate and thus better inclusion of women and more diversity in higher education. Interesting approaches to consider for cultural change...
master thesis 2022
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van Gameren, Mels (author)
To mitigate the effects of climate change, CO2-emmissions will have to be reduced. This can be done by substituting the use of fossil, CO2-heavy by the use of renewable, CO2-neutral energy carriers. Hydrogen is such a renewable energy carrier that can be produced in a CO2-neutral way. The potential of hydrogen is recognized by the European...
master thesis 2022
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Beens, Tim (author)
For the future demand prediction of identification documents the National Office for Identity Data is interested in a new prediction model based on machine learning techniques. Due to the existence of many different machine learning algorithms and the often competing model requirements regarding model performance and explainability it can be...
master thesis 2022
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Bastiaans, Tom (author)
The digital society increasingly demands for integrated ICT transformations. Societal, technical, and institutional developments enable interorganisational and cross-sectoral integration of digital services. However, a lack of trust and legal certainty impedes electronic transactions and the development and adoption of innovative digital...
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de Jong, David (author)
The recommendations in this thesis are relevant for research and consultancy firms specialized in social aspects of technology. The problem that is analyzed is how in the future society can remain inclusive, when faced with the problems of technological innovation and the possibility of it causing technological unemployment. Researching such...
master thesis 2022
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van Vliet, Kim (author)
The problem-solving approach to public regulation places new demands on regulatory agencies in terms of risk analysis: every regulatory problem that is to be solved demands a new, unique analysis to find effective intervention strategies. Many risk analysis tools are available to regulators, however, to date agent-based modelling has not been...
master thesis 2022
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Melarkode, Vishwanathan (author)
One of the greatest challenges HR professionals face today is the management of a diverse multi-generational workforce. Each generation behaves differently at the workplace and requires different sets of strategies for effective management. Generation-Z or Gen-Z are individuals born in 1995 and after. They are called the 'digital natives since...
master thesis 2021
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van Aalst, Christian (author)
Over the last several years, the volume of data generated by the Internet of Things (IoT) has expanded at a rapid pace around the world. These often very detailed sensor data could be utilized by many different parties in order to improve services. This same tendency is seen in the automotive sector, where lots of data are gathered by newer and...
master thesis 2021
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Schrama, Amon (author)
Multi-cloud systems are systems where multiple public clouds are combined. This can occur in either a service-based or a library-based system. With multi-cloud, challenges like interoperability and security come along. Technical solutions to approach multi-cloud and its challenges exist, but there is a lack of organizational knowledge on this...
master thesis 2021
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Hoeijmakers, Joep (author)
One of the substantial causes for food insecurity in an area is drought. Drought is a very insidious disaster. Unlike rapid onset disasters, like an earthquake or flood, it increases its grasp over an area over time. The longer the drought lasts, the more an area is destroyed leaving devastating effects that can last many years. The impacts of...
master thesis 2021
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Volmer, Ellard (author)
This MSc. Thesis explores the adoption process of Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems in local governmental agencies. The research uses a Design Science Research approach to explore this adoption process in the innovation adoption literature. The outcomes of this literature analysis are used to create a meaningful arrangement of determinants in...
master thesis 2021
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Oude Luttighuis, Bas (author)
The quality of governmental service provision can be increased by raising the level of proactivity of public services, however only few best practices have been identified. This master thesis will try to fill this gap by developing a framework of design principles for proactive public services in the Netherlands. Case studies of governmental...
master thesis 2021
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ten Broeke, Annebel (author)
For decades researchers deliberated and continue to debate on how to support and assist humans in decision-making. This resulted in the development of Intelligent Decisions Support Systems (IDSSs). An IDSS is an application of artificial intelligence (AI) that desires to enhance and support decision making by enabling tasks to be performed by a...
master thesis 2020
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