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Critical reflections on interactive governance: Self-organization and participation in public governance
J Edelenbos, I van Meerkerk
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016
790*2016
The effects of boundary spanners on trust and performance of urban governance networks: findings from survey research on urban development projects in the Netherlands
I Van Meerkerk, J Edelenbos
Policy Sciences 47 (1), 3-24, 2014
1582014
Self-organization in urban regeneration: A two-case comparative research
I Van Meerkerk, B Boonstra, J Edelenbos
European Planning Studies 21 (10), 1630-1652, 2013
1222013
The evolution of community self-organization in interaction with government institutions: Cross-case insights from three countries
J Edelenbos, I van Meerkerk, T Schenk
The American Review of Public Administration 48 (1), 52-66, 2018
972018
Connective capacity in water governance practices: The meaning of trust and boundary spanning for integrated performance
J Edelenbos, I Van Meerkerk
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 12, 25-29, 2015
942015
Interactive policy making, metagovernance and democracy
N van der Heiden, K Baker, M Considine, J Edelenbos, A Esmark, T Fotel, ...
ECPR press, 2013
842013
Boundary spanners in public management and governance: An interdisciplinary assessment
I Van Meerkerk, J Edelenbos
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018
752018
Connective management and governance network performance: the mediating role of throughput legitimacy. Findings from survey research on complex water projects in the Netherlands
I Van Meerkerk, J Edelenbos, EH Klijn
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 33 (4), 746-764, 2015
752015
Facilitating conditions for boundary-spanning behaviour in governance networks
I van Meerkerk, J Edelenbos
Public Management Review 20 (4), 503-524, 2018
652018
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
I Van Meerkerk
57*2014
Reasons for contract changes in implementing Dutch transportation infrastructure projects: An empirical exploration
S Verweij, I van Meerkerk, IA Korthagen
Transport policy 37, 195-202, 2015
562015
Citizens in action, what do they accomplish? A systematic literature review of citizen initiatives, their main characteristics, outcomes, and factors
M Igalla, J Edelenbos, I van Meerkerk
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 30 …, 2019
552019
The challenge of innovating politics in community self-organization: The case of Broekpolder
J Edelenbos, I van Meerkerk, J Koppenjan
Public Management Review 19 (1), 55-73, 2017
422017
Introduction: Three reflecting perspectives on interactive governance
J Edelenbos, I van Meerkerk
Critical reflections on interactive governance, 1-28, 2016
392016
What explains the performance of community-based initiatives? Testing the impact of leadership, social capital, organizational capacity, and government support
M Igalla, J Edelenbos, I van Meerkerk
Public Management Review 22 (4), 602-632, 2020
352020
The impact of innovation and optimization on public sector performance: testing the contribution of connective, ambidextrous, and learning capabilities
H Gieske, I Van Meerkerk, A Van Buuren
Public Performance & Management Review 42 (2), 432-460, 2019
352019
Activating citizens in Dutch care reforms: framing new co-production roles and competences for citizens and professionals
J Nederhand, I Van Meerkerk
Policy & Politics 46 (4), 533-550, 2018
352018
De duurzaamheid van burgerinitiatieven. Een empirische verkenning
M Igalla, I Van Meerkerk
Bestuurswetenschappen 69 (3), 25-53, 2015
31*2015
Do public–private partnerships achieve better time and cost performance than regular contracts?
S Verweij, I van Meerkerk
Public Money & Management 41 (4), 286-295, 2021
292021
Innovating and optimizing in public organizations: does more become less?
H Gieske, B George, I van Meerkerk, A van Buuren
Public Management Review 22 (4), 475-497, 2020
292020
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