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Ji, Xulingyun (author)
Animal farming is increasingly getting more attention and debate nowadays because of a lot of environmental issues it caused. Apart from that, the intensive animal factories have made consumers quite separated from food animals. What’s more, the animal welfare in current animal farming is not ensured, especially in those intensive animal...
master thesis 2022
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Colmenarejo, Alejandra Bringas (author), Nannini, L.N. (author), Rieger, A. (author), Scott, Kristen M. (author), Zhao, Xuan (author), Patro, Gourab K. (author), Kasneci, Gjergji (author), Kinder-Kurlanda, Katharina (author)
With increasing digitalization, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming ubiquitous. AI-based systems to identify, optimize, automate, and scale solutions to complex economic and societal problems are being proposed and implemented. This has motivated regulation efforts, including the Proposal of an EU AI Act. This interdisciplinary position...
conference paper 2022
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Kouvelas, N. (author), Venkatesha Prasad, Ranga Rao (author)
The electricity grid, using Information and Communication Technology, is transformed into Smart Grid (SG), which is highly efficient and responsive, promoting two-way energy and information flow between energy-distributors and consumers. Many consumers are becoming prosumers by also harvesting energy. The trend is to form small communities of...
journal article 2021
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Kulkarni, Shridhar (author)
Integrated assessment models (IAMs) are greatly influential in global climate policy discussions and decision making. Mainstream IAMs suggest climate mitigation pathways which amount to making very little changes to emissions, consumption, and investment patterns in the short term. Instead, they rely on back-loading the mitigation efforts to...
master thesis 2020
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Cox, S.C. (author)
Austerity and high land values in London have seen space for care minimised, privatised and restricted for efficiency and maximum profit. This project argues that care within architecture needs to be reclaimed from the closed practices that are framing it, and inhabited in its multiplicity. This work is situated in the neighbourhood of Wood...
master thesis 2020
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Costarelli, I.S. (author), Kleinhans, R.J. (author), Mugnano, Silvia (author)
Governments’ attempts to link the provision of welfare services to (more) responsible self-conduct of citizens (i.e. responsibilization) is seen as a distinctive feature of the post-welfare state. Responsibilization often requires welfare receivers to comply with specific duties or behavioural patterns (i.e. conditionality). Except for UK-based...
journal article 2020
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Proceedings of the 6th annual conference organized by the Jaap Bakema Study Centre, Het Nieuwe Instituut and TU Delft.
book 2019
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Kampen, Thomas (author), Veldboer, Lex (author), Kleinhans, R.J. (author)
Dutch citizens on welfare have to volunteer at Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in return for their benefits. Through applying the ‘worlds of justification’ of Boltanski and Thévenot, this article aims to provide a better theoretical and empirical understanding of social justice of policies that obligate welfare clients to participate in CSOs....
journal article 2019
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van den Heuvel, D. (author)
Abstract for<br/>The Brutalist Turn conference<br/>Azrieli School of Architecture, Tel Aviv University, and the Azrieli Architectural Archive, Tel Aviv Museum of Art<br/>14-16 April, 2019<br/><br/><br/>My presentation will look into the intersections of New Brutalism and welfare state politics, using the case of Alison and Peter Smithson to...
abstract 2019
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Hoekstra, J.S.C.M. (author)
International comparative housing research usually takes countries as a unit of analysis. Studies in the field typically connect housing outcomes at the national level to national welfare state and housing regimes. However, as a result of both supranational developments (globalization, financialization, neoliberalization, European Union...
conference paper 2019
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van den Heuvel, D. (author)
To deconstruct the still hegemonic narrative of free market ideologists in the realm of housing, this article looks at the provocative position of the German-British architect Patrik Schumacher, director of Zaha Hadid Architects. Schumacher’s 2016 lecture on housing at the World Architecture Festival in Berlin, in which he claims that only...
review 2019
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Schavemaker, Marit (author)
This thesis project develops an inclusive design in between Hyllie, Holma and Kroksbäck, in Malmö, Sweden. An investigation of social and spatial processes outlines the ever changing society and urban space of Malmö within the large context of globalisation, migration and urbanisation. The city has been transformed from an industrial city...
master thesis 2018
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Yan, J. (author), Haffner, M.E.A. (author), Elsinga, M.G. (author)
Paper presented at ENHR Uppsala workshop program WG24 Social Housing, Organisations, Institutions and Governance,
conference paper 2018
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Chorus, C.G. (author), Dekker, Thijs (author)
This paper is the first to develop a measure of consumer surplus for the Random Regret Minimisation (RRM) model. Following a not so well-known approach proposed two decades ago, we measure (changes in) consumer surplus by studying (changes in) observed behaviour, i.e. the choice probability, in response to price (changes). We interpret the...
journal article 2018
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van den Heuvel, D. (author)
In many ways the work and ideas of Jaap Bakema epitomize the best of the architecture of the post-war Dutch welfare state: it is utterly unapologetic about its modernity as well as its drive to be universal and egalitarian. Bakema firmly<br/>positioned his office and its production at the heart of the Dutch welfare state system. Not only did he,...
book chapter 2018
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van den Heuvel, D. (author)
book chapter 2018
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Kimhur, Boram (author)
This presentation summarises the research proposal for developing a model for applying the capability approach to housing studies, and testing the model through a case study in Manila. The conceptual framework of this research lies in a comparative analysis of key theoretical approaches to well-being in the field of welfarism, planning and...
abstract 2018
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Kimhur, Boram (author)
This paper investigates to what extent the capability approach can contribute to housing studies and policy development. The capability approach, pioneered by economist-philosopher Amartya Sen and philosopher Martha Nussbaum, is built upon critical reviews on the norms of welfarism and utilitarianism, and argues that social policy and its...
abstract 2018
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McGibbon, S.T. (author)
The housing estate of Nieuw Kattenburg is a Late-Modernist housing area consisting of many system-built slab buildings. This has been offering affordable housing and was built by the municipality of Amsterdam over fifty years ago. It is situated adjacent to the Amsterdam marine terrain which is now in the process of decommissioning and will be...
master thesis 2016
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Jordan, L.P. (author), DeVerteuil, G. (author), Kandt, J. (author), Manley, D.J. (author), Wu, Q (author)
Global cities are marked by precarity, yet little attention has been paid to the spatial overlap between work precarity among migrants and third sector organizations that sustain them. In this paper, we estimate the location of precarious work migrants in two global cities, London and Hong Kong, for both the 2001 and 2011 censuses, using a...
journal article 2016
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