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Hoogreef, M.F.M. (author), Bonnin, V.O. (author), Santos, Bruno F. (author), Morlupo, F. (author), Wahler, N.F.M. (author), Elham, Ali (author)
The objective of the EU-funded research project CHYLA (Credible HYbrid eLectric Aircraft) was to identify opportunities or limitations/challenges for the applications of key radical hybrid-electric technologies and areas suitable for scaling them over different aircraft classes. This was done using a ombination of conceptual aircraft design...
conference paper 2023
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Groenewegen, J.P.M. (author)
This paper is concerned with the question how we should understand cases on property rights in general, and on land economics in particular, in which a remarkable level of growth (or other measures of institutional performance) is combined with so-called ‘perverse’ institutions. That is to say institutions that are not proposed by the neoliberal...
journal article 2022
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Franssen, S.E.M.P. (author), van der Vaart, A.W. (author)
The Pitman-Yor process is a random probability distribution, that can be used as a prior distribution in a nonparametric Bayesian analy-sis. The process is of species sampling type and generates discrete distribu-tions, which yield of the order n<sup>σ</sup> different values (“species”) in a random sample of size n, ifthetypeσ is positive....
journal article 2022
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Krul, K. (author)
Why do land reforms rarely achieve their desired effects? This dissertation posits that a key to solve this question lies in a closer understanding of the specific workings of property rights. The idea is developed empirically in China’s forest sector, where one of the world’s largest land-reform undertakings in modern times was initiated under...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Ghorbani, A. (author), Ho, Peter (author), Bravo, Giangiacomo (author)
A key debate in the study on land, housing and natural resources revolves around the notion that general institutional forms (such as private, common, public, and likewise formal property rights) lead to a certain institutional performance (as may be expressed in terms of prices, transaction costs or sustainability). However, a modest, yet,...
journal article 2021
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Jia, L. (author), Qian, QK (author), Meijer, F.M. (author), Visscher, H.J. (author)
The process of residential energy retrofitting needs to be advanced, especially in the hot summer and cold winter (HSCW) zone of China. Good cooperation from homeowners is the key to the smooth project implementation. Some studies have identified four categories of information as important factors affecting homeowners' decision-making in...
journal article 2021
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Krul, K. (author), Ho, Peter (author), Yang, Xiuyun (author)
On the basis that property rights provide effective incentives to their users, rights-based approaches have become well-received for purposes of improved resource management, production, and conservation. Recent reform in China's collective-owned forest sector has also been guided by a rights-based approach in generating new incentives and...
journal article 2020
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Krul, K. (author), Ho, Peter (author)
Whereas the prospective benefits of formalization programs are well-understood and received, less attention has been placed on the feasibility of such actions. This paper studies titling under China's Collective Forest Tenure Reform. We employ the Formal, Actual, and Targeted (FAT) Institutional Framework, based on the ‘credibility thesis’,...
journal article 2020
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Bauder, David (author), Bodnar, Taras (author), Parolya, N. (author), Schmid, Wolfgang (author)
We consider the estimation of the multi-period optimal portfolio obtained by maximizing an exponential utility. Employing the Jeffreys non-informative prior and the conjugate informative prior, we derive stochastic representations for the optimal portfolio weights at each time point of portfolio reallocation. This provides a direct access not...
journal article 2020
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Yamoah, Grace Gyamfuah (author), Cao, Liji (author), Wu, C. (author), Beekman, F.J. (author), Vandeghinste, Bert (author), Mannheim, Julia G. (author), Rosenhain, Stefanie (author), Leonardic, Kevin (author), Kiessling, Fabian (author), Gremse, Felix (author)
Purpose: In biomedical research, imaging modalities help discover pathological mechanisms to develop and evaluate novel diagnostic and theranostic approaches. However, while standards for data storage in the clinical medical imaging field exist, data curation standards for biomedical research are yet to be established. This work aimed at...
journal article 2019
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Noori, F. (author), de Jong, W.M. (author)
City branding is not only increasingly practiced in cities in established economies, but also among municipal governments in countries, until quite recently, rather closed off from the outside world. One country with a strong drive to engage in urban (re)development in the post-oil era through enhancing its ‘ecological modernization’ is Iran....
journal article 2018
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Krul, K. (author)
Formalization has regained popularity in development discourses. Also in China significant efforts of titling are witnessed in the forestry sector. Although initial efforts date back nearly four decades ago, since 2008 a renewed attempt under the Collective Forest Tenure Reform (CFTR) has been introduced. This paper examines whether this...
abstract 2018
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Reinders, Marit (author)
Speeding in motorway work zones lowers the perceived safety of road workers and increases the accident risks of traffic participants. In a work zone, traffic participants share the road with road workers. Road workers are often vulnerable and feel threatened by vehicles passing with high speed. Traffic participants are also at risk since driving...
master thesis 2017
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Nguyen, K. (author)
The rapid growth of major Social Network Sites (SNSs) such as Facebook over the last five years has led to an increasing audience with mixed interests. Users are now exposed to an increasing amount of information on a wide variety of topics that is shared by others (Crampton, 2015), causing them to retreat into more personal online communities...
master thesis 2016
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Bin Md Saman, N.H. (author)
doctoral thesis 2016
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Post, F. (author)
Twitter is one of the most popular social media platforms nowadays with more than 500 million tweets being send on a daily basis. A great variety of topics is discussed on Twitter and health has become a widely mentioned topic on Twitter. Users share updates regarding their own personal health situation and they use Twitter to look up health...
master thesis 2014
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