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Van de Graaf, Thijs (author), Overland, Indra (author), Scholten, D.J. (author), Westphal, Kirsten (author)
While most hydrogen research focuses on the technical and cost hurdles to a full-scale hydrogen economy, little consideration has been given to the geopolitical drivers and consequences of hydrogen developments. The technologies and infrastructures underpinning a hydrogen economy can take markedly different forms, and the choice over which...
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Yan, J. (author), Haffner, M.E.A. (author), Elsinga, M.G. (author)
In recent decades, government intervention in welfare states has witnessed a shift from ‘government’ to ‘governance’: policy making shifted from hierarchical government steering to mixed forms involving government, market and civic actors. Such terminology has also entered Chinese policy language on public rental housing (PRH) provision. To...
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Bisogni, F. (author)
In response to evolving cybersecurity challenges, global spending on information security has grown steadily, and could eventually reach a level that is inefficient and unaffordable. A better understanding of new socio-technical-economic complexities around information security is urgently needed, which requires both reconsideration of...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Geise, Jonas (author), Jonkman, Arend (author)
Fietsen is in transitie van een voornamelijk lokale naar een ook regionale modaliteit. De grote populariteit van de elektrische fiets vormt de drijfveer om snelfietsroutes en campagnes te ontwikkelen, maar wie is verantwoordelijk voor de regionale fietser?
report 2020
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Taylor, Linnet (author), Meissner, F.V.M. (author)
Crisis narratives surrounding Europe’s 2015 migration influx fuelled demands for new ways of tracking, mapping and predicting human mobility. We explore how market opportunities for technology firms and data analytics start‐ups created by the EU’s Global Approach to Migration led to solutionistic approaches to compiling and analysing migration...
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Pages Sanchez, Jose (author), Daamen, T.A. (author)
Port cities face enormous sustainability challenges. In this chapter, we propose a relational view of these challenges and explore how different models of governance connect the three pillars of sustainable development: Economy, environment, and society. We also address the contradictions inherent to new port plans or waterfront projects,...
book chapter 2020
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Noori, Negar (author), Hoppe, T. (author), de Jong, Martin (author)
The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) as the new paradigm of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and rapid changes in technology and urban needs urge cities around the world towards formulating smart city policies. Nevertheless, policy makers, city planners, and practitioners appear to have quite different expectations from...
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Hirschhorn, Fabio (author), van de Velde, Didier (author), Veeneman, Wijnand (author), ten Heuvelhof, E.F. (author)
Public authorities are under mounting pressure to promote more sustainable urban mobility, including a modal shift from cars. With an empirical focus on Oslo and Amsterdam metropolitan areas, this paper analyses how the interplay between formal frameworks, informal institutions, and individuals’ agency can contribute to making public transport...
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Dingemans, Milou M.L. (author), Smeets, Patrick W.M.H. (author), Medema, G.J. (author), Frijns, Jos (author), Raat, Klaasjan J. (author), van Wezel, Annemarie P. (author), Bartholomeus, Ruud P. (author)
Freshwater is a precious resource, and shortages can lead to water stress, impacting agriculture, industry, and other sectors. Wastewater reuse is increasingly considered as an opportunity to meet the freshwater demand. Legislative frameworks are under development to support the responsible reuse of wastewater, i.e., to balance benefits and...
review 2020
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Gong, Y. (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
Organizations are attempting to harness the power of big data analytics. Enterprise architecture can be used as an instrument to integrate big data analytics into the existing IT landscape and enabling the development of capabilities to create value from these technologies. Yet, there is limited research about the role of enterprise...
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Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), van der Voort, H.G. (author)
Countries around the world have had to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak with limited information and confronting many uncertainties. Their ability to be agile and adaptive has been stressed, particularly in regard to the timing of policy measures, the level of decision centralization, the autonomy of decisions and the balance between change...
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Veeneman, Wijnand (author), van Kuijk, J.I. (author), Hiemstra-van Mastrigt, S. (author)
The boundaries between collective and individual transport are fading. Current solutions for payment and planning of trips are suboptimal for journeys that span across individual, collective and shared transport modalities. The discussion around these innovations often tends towards public authorities needing to strengthen their integrating role...
book chapter 2020
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Kloosterman, Ritsche Anne (author), Veeneman, Wijnand (author), van der Hoek, J.P. (author)
Societal infrastructures are the lifeblood of societies, and the sustainability of<br/>infrastructures is very important. Societal infrastructures can experience conflicting spatial claims with other societal infrastructures, disturbing the sustainable situation. The objective of this paper is to design large infrastructures, with a focus on the...
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Pangbourne, Kate (author), Mladenović, M. (author), Stead, D. (author), Milakis, D. (author)
In this paper we focus on the development of a new service model for accessing transport, namely Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and present one of the first critical analyses of the rhetoric surrounding the concept. One central assumption of one prevalent MaaS conceptualization is that transport services are bundled into service packages for...
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Lemke, Florian (author), Taveter, Kuldar (author), Erlenheim, Regina (author), Pappel, Ingrid (author), Draheim, Dirk (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author)
The emergence of super-applications is a complete game changer in how future governments will deliver e-services and interact with their citizens. With respect to this, the scope of currently established e-government stage models is exhausted. Therefore, this article proposes a “provident stage” as an extension of the Layne and Lee stage...
conference paper 2020
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Hoppe, T. (author), Miedema, Michiel (author)
Energy transition requires action from different levels of government. While the national and local level have received ample scholarly attention, thus far little attention has been paid to the regional level. This is remarkable because policy makers across Europe are wondering what governance of regional transition actually is and how to...
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Brous, Paul (author), Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (author), Krans, Rutger (author)
More and more, asset management organizations are introducing data science initiatives to support predictive maintenance and anomaly detection. Asset management organizations are by nature data intensive to manage their assets like bridges, dykes, railways and roads. For this, they often implement data lakes using a variety of architectures...
conference paper 2020
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de Martino, P. (author)
Historical paths matter in port-city regions. Here, spatial patterns and governance arrangements are path dependent to the point that once certain paths have been established, these become hard to change. This defines a condition of institutional inertia that plays a significant role in preventing any form of spatial change. Naples is an...
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Nastasi, B. (author), Manfren, Massimiliano (author), Noussan, Michel (author)
This pioneering Special Issue aims at providing the state-of-the-art on open energy data analytics; its availability in the different contexts, i.e., country peculiarities; and at different scales, i.e., building, district, and regional for data-aware planning and policy-making. Ten high-quality papers were published after a demanding peer...
contribution to periodical 2020
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Wittmayer, Julia M. (author), de Geus, Tessa (author), Pel, Bonno (author), Avelino, Flor (author), Hielscher, Sabine (author), Hoppe, T. (author), Mühlemeier, Susan (author), Stasik, Agata (author), de Vries, G. (author)
Social innovation is an important dimension of current transformations in energy systems. It can refer to alternative business models, novel policy instruments, financing schemes, participatory governance approaches to energy questions, or new discourses. Its significance for energy systems is often considered in narrow instrumentalist terms,...
review 2020
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