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Corsten, Dorris (author)
To mitigate climate change by transforming the energy system citizen involvement is crucial. Citizen involvement can help achieve these goals as well as accelerate the transition, by harnessing local knowledge for the improvement of plans, creating a support base and the opportunity for citizens to come up with their own initiatives. Therefore...
master thesis 2023
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Duncan, Susannah (author)
In recent years, the French onshore wind industry has met increasing barriers to new projects despite more supportive policies being implemented. This research uses an adaptation of MLP and SNM transition study frameworks to examine the reasons for these shortfalls.<br/>The thesis include two levels of study: a national level and a local level...
master thesis 2023
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Feenstra, M.H. (author), Creusen, A. (author)
Citizens’ participation in the energy transition seems mostly available for households with disposable incomes to invest in energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and retrofitting. Those who cannot afford the upfront costs might not benefit from the policy interventions, like tax benefits and subsidies. The energy crisis made energy poverty...
abstract 2023
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Abiri, Kofi (author)
Natural disasters, related to water, in various forms have become more common in our daily lives and on our television screens. Within the past years, flooding has become a phenomenon which affects global, social, psychological and economic development. In Ghana there are major problems related to water and this has increased substantially over...
master thesis 2022
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Dabrowski, M.M. (author)
This chapter sheds light on how planning is affected by multi-level (vertical) governance relations that shape an enabling environment for planning decisions and multi-actor (horizontal) governance aspects which are crucial for integrating planning with other policy agendas and effectively engaging citizens and other stakeholders in decision...
book chapter 2022
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de Jong, Anne-Marie (author)
In 2011, Adaptive Delta Management (ADM) was introduced in the Dutch Delta Program as a policy development method to incorporate uncertainty in decision making transparently. Currently, little is known over the functioning of ADM in practice, while this is determining its success. The study explores the application of ADM in Dutch practice....
master thesis 2021
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Hirschhorn, Fabio (author)
This paper examines the Dutch policy reaction to the financial crisis in the public transport sector caused by Covid-19. Using the multi-level governance theory complemented with the notion of informal governance, the analysis explains the decision-making that defined a State-aid scheme to public transport operators following a process of...
journal article 2021
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Ullattil, Vyshnavi (author)
Kerala is the South-western state in the Malabar coast of India that experiences floods. The disaster management in this state is response-centric and the 2018 floods indicated the need for a transition from a response-centric approach to a resilient flood risk management (FRM) approach. According to Vincent Ostrom, multi-level governance (MLG)...
master thesis 2020
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Scholten, Mark (author)
Under the influence of globalisation and neoliberal planning paradigms, socio-spatial segregation in Stockholm, Sweden has significantly risen. Its society has become more heterogeneous, with migrants often ending up in socially vulnerable suburbs in the periphery of metropolitan areas where a spiral of social exclusion and decline is...
master thesis 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...
journal article 2020
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Yang, W. (author), Veeneman, Wijnand (author), de Jong, W.M. (author), Song, Y. (author)
Sustainable transport typically requires a broad spectrum of policy measures, with responsibilities shared by different authorities and with various public values competed with each other, such as commuting, health, spatial quality, and economic development. Designing and implementing integrated policy packages, with consideration for the...
journal article 2020
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Hoppe, T. (author), Butenko, Anna (author), Heldeweg, Michiel (author)
The European energy sector is an important economic sector that is also traditionally highly regulated. With the increasing tempo in which innovations in technology and markets occur, catalysed inter alia by the energy transition and accompanied by new formats of innovation (disruptive and bottom-up), the question arises whether existing...
contribution to periodical 2018
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King, T.C. (author), De Vos, Marina (author), Dignum, M.V. (author), Jonker, C.M. (author), Li, Tingting (author), Padget, Julian (author), van Riemsdijk, M.B. (author)
An institution typically comprises constitutive rules, which give shape and meaning to social interactions and regulative rules, which prescribe agent behaviour in the society. Regulative rules guide social interaction, in particular when they are coupled with reward and punishment regulations that are enforced for (non-)compliance. Institution...
journal article 2017
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Lu, H. (author), de Jong, W.M. (author), Chen, Y. (author)
In the urban development policy in China, city brands play an important role in setting targets for Chinese cities. These economic city brands, however, are not produced in an institutional vacuum: they are embedded in the visions national, provincial and municipal governments have for these cities, i.e., on multi-level governance. In this paper...
journal article 2017
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Dabrowski, M.M. (author)
Adapting to climate change in the urban setting requires cooperation across scales, levels of government, organisational boundaries and policy sectors. The study presented in the paper explores governance of urban adaptation policies through the conceptual lens of multi-level governance and boundary spanning. It focuses on the South Wing of the...
journal article 2017
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Knipschild, F.S. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Dabrowski, M.M. (author), Stead, D. (author), Yu, Feng (author), He, J. (author)
In some of the delta cities which are the most exposed to flooding caused by climate change - like Shenzhen and Guangzhou investigated in this paper - there is surprisingly little recognition of this problem and hardly any action is taken to address it. This paper draws on the insights from these two cases to address the following research...
conference paper 2016
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Zevenbergen, C. (author), Van Herk, S. (author), Rijke, J.S. (author), Kabat, P. (author), Bloemen, P. (author), Ashley, R. (author), Speers, A. (author), Gersonius, B. (author), Veenbeek, W. (author)
There is a growing international recognition that flood risk management in optima forma should be a programmed and flexible process of continuously improving management practices by active learning about the outcome of earlier and ongoing interventions and drivers of change. In the Netherlands, such a long-term, adaptive flood risk management...
journal article 2012
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Rijke, J.S. (author), Van Herk, S. (author), Zevenbergen, C. (author), Ashley, R. (author)
In the Netherlands and many other developed countries, flood management is transitioning from sectoral engineering approaches to more integrated approaches. The 2.3 billion Euro Room for the River programme plays an important role in this transition, because it is the first large scale infrastructure programme in the Netherlands that breaks with...
conference paper 2012
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Zhang, M. (author), Tavasszy, L.A. (author), Van der Heijden, R.E.C.M. (author)
Developing rail freight sector in the EU is desirable from both a political-social point of view and from a market business point of view. Fragmentation in the national railway systems impedes, in many ways, social and economic benefits in the liberalised EU railway market. The need for innovative governance to deal with the fragmentation...
conference paper 2009
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