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Zantinge, Daniël (author)
In the coming years, the Netherlands is expected to face various climate change-related challenges. Until 2030, the Dutch government has set the goal for the development of nearly a million dwellings (De Jonge, 2022), whereby 600,000 dwellings are being carried out in areas prone to flooding (Deltares, Bosch Slabbers, & Sweco, 2021;...
master thesis 2024
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Goemans, Philip (author)
Public-private partnerships (PPP) that focus on innovation are excellent methods to improve the innovative capabilities of both partners, however, within the complex dynamics of this cooperation, literature and management would benefit from an analysis of barriers, success factors, and strategies employed within the PPP....
master thesis 2023
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de Jonge, Bart Jan (author)
Context - Globally, there is climate change that affects life of people and nature on earth. The built environment is responsible for nearly 40% of global energy consumption and approximately onethird of global CO² emissions (JLL, 2020). Therefore, the built environment must become more sustainable. Public and private parties incorporate...
master thesis 2023
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Voorwinden, Astrid (author), van Bueren, Ellen (author), Verhoef, Leendert (author)
Urban Living Labs (ULLs) have been implemented in many cities, but their organizational and legal structure has not often been analyzed. ULLs aim to provide a space for different parties to research, develop, and test solutions to urban problems whilst engaging with local communities. Their experimental approach to urban innovation and to...
journal article 2023
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Benitez Avila, C.A. (author), Hartmann, Andreas (author)
Project managers activate their agentic powers in the (re)production of project governance structure and the institutional context of projects. By examining three ongoing Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects within the Dutch policy path, we provide evidence that managers aim to improve their working conditions when enacting three project...
journal article 2023
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Lips, Silvia (author), Tsap, Valentyna (author), Bharosa, Nitesh (author), Krimmer, Robert (author), Tammet, Tanel (author), Draheim, Dirk (author)
In the management of national electronic identity (eID) infrastructure, cooperation between public and private parties becomes more and more important, as the mutual dependencies between the provision of e-services and the provision of the national public key infrastructure (PKI) continuously increases. Yet, it is not clear which key factors...
journal article 2023
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Capasso, M. (author), Umbrello, S. (author)
The pervasiveness of AI-empowered technologies across multiple sectors has led to drastic changes concerning traditional social practices and how we relate to one another. Moreover, market-driven Big Tech corporations are now entering public domains, and concerns have been raised that they may even influence public agenda and research. Therefore...
book chapter 2023
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Akse, Ruben (author), Veeneman, Wijnand (author), Marchau, Vincent (author), Ritter, Simone (author)
To make the supply of transport services more attractive and sustainable, mobility suppliers and governmental actors expect much from mobility innovations. When developing and realizing these innovations, they experience considerable uncertainty about the future outcomes of implementing these innovations (1), and about other actors' intentions...
journal article 2023
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Maruli Claudio Sibuea, M (author)
Public-private partnerships (PPP) is defined as a form of structured collaboration framework in the procurement strategy where risks, costs, benefits and resources are shared between public and private sector through the life-cycle of the project (Koppenjan, 2005). Previous research revealed the use of PPP is still being in question, whether the...
master thesis 2022
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Demirel, H.C. (author), Leendertse, Wim (author), Volker, Leentje (author)
Despite the widespread attention for the private financing of infrastructure projects, actual empirical work on financing public-private partnerships remains limited. Especially the topics of return on equity and lenders’ cash flow control in relation to uncertainty are under-researched. The aim of this paper is to investigate and discuss the...
journal article 2022
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Xiang, Pengcheng (author), Zhang, Qianman (author), Jiang, Qiuyan (author), Liu, Z. (author)
Operation risk (OR) has affected sustainable development of urban rail transit (URT) public–private partnership (PPP) projects in China. Balanced distribution of operational risks among stakeholders (the public, government, and private companies) involved in URT PPP projects can maximize overall profit. Quantitative analysis of operational...
journal article 2022
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Sander, Clarissa (author)
As Dutch Urban Development (UDM) and Partnering research seem to somewhat disconnectedly explore each other’s fields, this thesis attempts to join both domains by gaining insights into factors that promote the emergence of partnering relations between individuals working in Dutch Urban Development Projects (UDPs). Applying a practice-based...
master thesis 2020
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Perrone, Antonio (author)
Cooperation figured prominently in the Dutch construction industry’s agenda over the past years. In 2016, major clients, sector organizations and the relevant market parties officially committed to promote a culture based on good cooperation and healthy relationships by signing the "Market Vision" (De Marktvisie, 2016). This document illustrates...
master thesis 2019
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Okkerman, Luc (author)
The goal of this thesis is to determine the effects of integrating blue hydrogen into the Dutch energy system. A new framework is presented to assess several different designs for the business model, infrastructure, and market. This framework is applied to the case of the H-vision project. Three business models are tested against three energy...
master thesis 2019
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Damen, Tom (author)
The risk allocation in DBFM projects is currently a hot topic, whereby multiple contractors have withdrawn from the procurement of these projects. This research provides a practical guidance in the risk allocation process of DBFM projects, consisting of design principles of literature and lessons learned from practice. The design principles that...
master thesis 2019
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Weber, Vincent (author)
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are currently the desired project delivery method for big infrastructure projects in the Netherlands. PPPs contain a lot of contact moments between both organizations. Contractors encountered the problem that not all contact moments create public or private value, some might cause a loss of value. This thesis...
master thesis 2019
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Lambert, Martijn (author)
Based on a literature review and expert interviews, a conceptual model is drafted, explaining and visualising successful public-private partnership practice regarding spatial development. Five hypotheses were derived from this model, focussing at the flexibility of the building programmes and the project's phasing, clear project and actor...
master thesis 2019
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Beerens, Tim (author)
The infrastructure gap is defined as the gap between investment requirements of infrastructure and the public funds available. Due to these gaps, not enough new infrastructure is developed and this puts a constraint on economic growth. This study looks at the impact that pension funds can have on closing this infrastructure gap, and thereby aid...
master thesis 2018
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van den Broek, Bastiaan (author)
In this research, a dichotomy between two different risk approaches is presented. One approach depicts risk management and a subpart of it, risk allocation, to be objective. The other approach contradicts this approach by stating that all stages of risk analysis, including its techniques involve subjectivity (Redmill, 2002). The ‘dual nature of...
master thesis 2018
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Zhan, Changjie (author), de Jong, W.M. (author), de Bruijn, J.A. (author)
China has gone through a rapid process of urbanization, but this has come along with serious environmental problems. Therefore, it has started to develop various eco-cities, low-carbon cities, and other types of sustainable cities. The massive launch of these sustainable initiatives, as well as the higher cost of these projects, requires the...
journal article 2018
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