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Brandwijk, N. (author), de Reuver, Mark (author)
When allowing third parties to join their platforms, platform owners run the risk of attracting harmful third-party complements. Existing literature considers that low-quality offerings negatively affect cross-side user satisfaction and attractiveness, ultimately harming the platform's reputation and stability. However, recent events show that...
conference paper 2023
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Rainey, S. (author), Giubilini, Alberto (author)
This paper presents a normative analysis of restrictive measures in response to a pandemic emergency. It applies to the context presented by the Corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) global outbreak of 2019, as well as to future pandemics. First, a Millian-liberal argument justifies lockdown measures in order to protect liberty under pandemic...
journal article 2021
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Plettenburg, S. G.J. (author), Hoppe, T. (author), van der Heijden, H.M.H. (author), Elsinga, M.G. (author)
In 2015 the Housing Act was revised in order to further regulate the social housing sector in the Netherlands and thereby improve the steering possibilities for the central government to coordinate housing associations. This included local performance agreements for social housing policy obtaining a legal status. By introducing this policy...
journal article 2021
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Hetemi, Ermal (author), van Marrewijk, A.H. (author), Jerbrant, Anna (author), Bosch-Rekveldt, M.G.C. (author)
Heeding recent calls for more studies on the relationship between projects and institutions, this paper reports on a collaborative case study to shed light on the recursive relations of large-scale projects and their institutional fields. Given the industry as the field-level institution, this study explores how two project organizations...
journal article 2021
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Brandwijk, Noah (author)
A platform needs to have sufficient market potential, represented by the number of users who can join a platform. Platform openness affects the ease of actors joining the platform. Hence, in order to increase the chances of platform success, platforms want to maximize market potential and consequently also platform openness. This is problematic...
master thesis 2020
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Vreman, Marvin (author)
This project has researched the consequences of blockchain technology on the <br/>expected future role of banks. And furthermore, how banks can respond to these effects to improve the innovation strategy and remain their future relevance.
master thesis 2019
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Korthals Altes, W.K. (author)
Planning is assessed not only based on its ability to improve the living environment through place making, but also based on its role in facilitating investments in the built environment. This paper approaches the combination of these functions as planning for multiple land use. Contracts, rather than plans, are used to bridge these functions...
journal article 2019
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Alexander, Meghan (author), Doorn, N. (author), Priest, Sally (author)
Legitimacy is widely regarded as a founding principle of ‘good’ and effective governance, yet despite intense academic debate and policy discourse, the concept remains conceptually confusing and poorly articulated in practice. To bridge this gap, this research performed an interpretive thematic analysis of academic scholarship across public...
journal article 2017
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Faludi, A.K.F. (author)
Detractors of European integration and many of its protagonists invoke state territoriality where the social and the spatial come together in a “Territorial-Administrative Complex”. Like the military-industrial complex claiming once to procure security, protagonists claim to guarantee democratic legitimacy. At the same time, the interests of the...
journal article 2016
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Cuppen, M.E. (author)
The legitimacy of a governing system is at risk when actors leave projects angry, disappointed or disillusioned. Unfortunately this is a common phenomenon. Legitimacy is defined as the reputation of a governing system that it is justifiable and (therefore) authoritative. It is generally assumed that when legitimacy is lacking implementing and...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Van Rijnsoever, F.J. (author), Welle, L. (author), Bakker, S. (author)
The aim of this paper is to empirically examine the influence of different types of credibility on the legitimacy to grant individual actors within consortia an innovation subsidy. Theorizing from the resource dependence view and the sociology of expectations, we hypothesize that four types of credibility are related to legitimacy: scientific...
conference paper 2012
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Kazzaz, A. (author)
This thesis is the outcome of an ongoing persuasion to frame the meaning of the spatial planning practice and inquiry to the context through which urban areas evolve today. The research?oriented approach has been the consequent of a perceived lack of consolidated – technocratic – planning concepts to confront today’s challenges for the...
master thesis 2011
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Waterhout, B. (author)
Soft space governance arrangements are emerging all over Europe and at all geographical scales. Soft space approaches complement, but do not come in place of statutory planning. They are a reaction on and reflection of the changing context in which planning aims to be effective and as such indicate a reworking of the boundaries of the planning...
conference paper 2010
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