Publicaties

2019

Van Buuren, A., Van Meerkerk, I., Tortajada, C. (2019). Understanding emergent participation practices in water governance. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 35(3), 367-382.

Duijn, M., Van Buuren, A., Edelenbos, J., Van Popering-Verkerk, J., & Van Meerkerk, I. (2019). Community-based initiatives in the Dutch water domain: the challenge of double helix alignment. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 35(3), 383-403.

2018

Custers, G. (2018).Neighbourhood ties and employment: a test of different hypotheses across neighbourhoods.  Housing Studies, 1-23. doi: 10.1080/02673037.2018.1527020

Snel, G.J. Custers & G. Engbersen (2018). Ongelijkheid in de participatiestad: Stadsbuurten en burgerparticipatie. Mens en Maatschappij, 93 (1), 31-58. doi: 10.5117/MEM2018.1.SNEL

Duijn, M., & Popering-Verkerk, J. (2018). Integrated Public Value Creation through Community Initiatives—Evidence from Dutch Water Management. Social Sciences7(12), 261.

P.M. Karré, (2018). Navigating between Opportunities and Risks: The Effects of Hybridity for Social Enterprises Engaged in Social Innovation. Journal of Entrepreneurial and Organizational Diversity, 7 (1), 37-60. doi: 10.5947/jeod.2018.003

Meerkerk, I. van and J. Edelenbos (2018) Facilitating conditions for boundary-spanning behaviour in governance networks, Public Management Review, 20(4): 503-524.

Van Meerkerk, I., Kleinhans, R., & Molenveld, A. (2018). Exploring the durability of community enterprises: A qualitative comparative analysis. Public Administration, 96(4), 651-667.

Nederhand, J., E.H. Klijn, M. van der Steen and M. van Twist (2018) The governance of self-organization: Which governance strategy do policy officials and citizens prefer? Policy Sciences, online first.

Nederhand, J. and I. van Meerkerk (2018) Activating citizens in Dutch care reforms: Framing new co-production roles and competences for citizens and professionals, Policy & Politics, 46(4): 533-550.

Nederhand, J., M. van der Steen and M. van Twist (2018) Boundary-spanning strategies for aligning institutional logistics: A typology, Local Government Studies, online first.

E. Puerari, J. De Koning, T. Von Wirth, P.M. Karré, I.J. Mulder & D. Loorbach (2018). Co-Creation Dynamics in Urban Living Labs. Sustainability, 10 (6), 1-18. doi: 10.3390/su10061893

2017

Edelenbos, J., M.W. van Buuren, D. Roth and M. Winnubst (2017) Stakeholder initiatives in flood risk management: Exploring the role and impact of bottom-up initiatives in three ‘Room for the River projects in the Netherlands, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 60(1): 47-66.

Edelenbos, J., I. van Meerkerk and J. Koppenjan (2017a) The challenge of innovating politics in community self-organization: The case of Broekpolder, Public Management Review, 19(1): 55-73.

Igalla, M & Meerkerk, I. van. Burgerinitiatieven hebben baat bij professionalisering. Sociale Vraagstukken. Verschenen op: 5 mei 2017. [http://www.socialevraagstukken.nl/burgerinitiatieven-hebben-baat-bij-professionalisering/].

Voorberg, W., Bekkers, V., Flemig, S., Timeus, K., Tonurist, P. & Tummers, L. (2017) Does co-creation impact public service delivery? The importance of state and governance traditions, Public Money and Management

Voorberg, W., Bekkers, V., Timeus, K., Tonurist, P. & Tummers, L. (2017) Changing public service delivery: Learning in co-creation Policy and Society

2016

Edelenbos, J., Van Meerkerk, I. & Schenk, T. (2016).  The Evolution of Community Self-Organization in Interaction With Government Institutions: Cross-Case Insights From Three Countries. The American Review of Public Administration, 0275074016651142. 

Edelenbos, J., Van Meerkerk, I. & Koppenjan, J. (2016).  The challenge of innovating politics in community self-organization: the case of Broekpolder. Public Management Review, DOI: 10.1080/14719037.2016.1200663

Nederhand, J., Bekkers, V., & Voorberg, W. (2016). Self-organization and the role of government: how and why does self-organization evolve in the shadow of hierarchy? Public Management Review, 18(7), 1063-1084.

Voorberg, W., & Bekkers, V. (2016). Interactive governance and the social construction of citizens as co-creators. Critical Reflections on Interactive Governance: Self-organization and Participation in Public Governance, 278.

 2015

Bekkers, V.J.J.M., Edelenbos, J., Nederhand, M.J., Steijn, B., Tummers, L.G. & Voorberg, W.H. (2015). The Social Innovation Perspective in the Public Sector: Co-Creation, Self-Organization and Meta-Governance. In: Edelenbos, J., Bekkers, V.J.J.M. & Steijn, B. (Eds.), Innovation in the public sector: linking capacity and leadership (governance and public management). Palgrave McMillan.

Bokhorst, M. & Edelenbos, J. (2015). De opkomst van wooncoöperaties in Nederland? Bestuurskunde, 24(2), 51-57.

Bokhorst, M., Edelenbos, J., Koppenjan, J. & Oude Vrielink, M. (2015). Burgercoöperaties. Speler of speelbal in de nieuwe verhoudingen tussen overheid, markt en samenleving, Bestuurskunde, 24(2), 3-16.

Edelenbos, J. & Meerkerk, I.F. van (2015). Connective capacity in water governance practices: the meaning of trust and boundary spanning for integrated performance. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 12, 25-29.

Hufen, J.M., & Koppenjan, J.F.M. (2015). Local renewable energy cooperatives: revolution in disguise? Energy, Sustainability and Society, 5(1), 1-14.

Igalla, M. & Meerkerk, I. van. (2015). De duurzaamheid van burgerinitiatieven een empirische verkenning, Bestuurswetenschappen, 69(3), 25-53.

Kullberg, J., Noije, L. van., Berg, E. van. den., Mensink, W., Igalla, M. (m.m.v. Posthumus, H). (2015). Betrokken wijken. Ervaringen van bewoners en professionals met wijkverbetering in vier (voormalige) aandachtswijken, Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau.

Meerkerk, I. van, Koppenjan, J. & Keast, R. (2015). New citizen collectives, their democratic and their implications for public management, IRSPM conference.

Rijshouwer, E. & Uitermark, J. (2015). Veel Amsterdamse buurtinitiatieven volgen de grillen van sponsoren. [http://www.socialevraagstukken.nl/site/2015/10/29/veel-amsterdamse-buurtinitiatieven-volgen-de-grillen-van-sponsoren/].

Voorberg, W.H., Bekkers, V.J.J.M., & Tummers, L.G. (2015). A Systematic Review of Co-Creation and Co-Production: Embarking on the social innovation journey, Public Management Review, 17(9), 1333-1357.

2014

Van Meerkerk, I.F. & Edelenbos, J. (2014). The effects of boundary spanners on trust and performance of urban governance networks: findings from survey research on urban development projects in the Netherlands. Policy Sciences, 47 (1), 3-24

Van Meerkerk, I.F. (2014). Boundary Spanning in Governance Networks – A study about the role of boundary spanners and their effects on democratic throughput legitimacy and performance of governance networks. Rotterdam: Erasmus University Rotterdam

2013

Van Meerkerk, I.F., Boonstra, B. & Edelenbos, J. (2013). Self-Organization in Urban Regeneration: A Two-Case Comparative Research. European Planning Studies, 21: 1630-1652

Edelenbos, J. & Van Meerkerk, I.F. (2011). Institutional Evolution within Local Democracy – Local Self-Governance Meets Local Government. In J. Torfing & P. Triantafillou (Eds.), Interactive policy making, metagovernance and democracy (pp. 169-186). Colchester: ECPR Press

2009

Dam, R. van., Eshuis, J. & Aarts, N. (2009). Transition starts with people: self-organising communities ADM and Golf Residence Dronten. In: Poppe, K.J., Termeer, C.J.A.M., & Slingerland, M. (Eds.), Transitions: towards sustainable agriculture and food chains in peri-urban areas (pp. 81-92). Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers.

Eshuis, J., Dam, R. van. & Aarts, M.N.C. (2009). Governance vanuit gemeenschappen. In: Breeman, G., Goverde, H. & Termeer, C.J.A.M. (Eds.), Governance in de groen-blauwe ruimte (pp. 188-203). Assen: Van Gorcum.

2008

Dam, R. van., Eshuis, J. & Aarts, N. (2008). Zelforganisatie. Een studie naar gemeenschapsvorming in de Amsterdamse Doe-Het-Zelf Maatschappij en de Golfresidentie Dronten. Wageningen: Wageningen UR.

2007

Eshuis, J. (2007). Trust and control in farmer-government partnerships: a Dutch case study. In: Cheshire, L., Higgins, V. & Lawrence, G. (Eds.), Rural governance: international perspectives (pp. 21-36). Abingdon: Routledge.

2003

Eshuis, J. & Woerkum, C.M.J. van. (2003). Trust and monitoring in governance processes: lessons from landscape management by farmers in a Dutch municipality, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 5(4), 379-396.