Mark Wiering
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Discursive shifts in Dutch river management:‘deep’institutional change or adaptation strategy?
MA Wiering, BJM Arts
Living rivers: trends and challenges in science and management, 327-338, 2006
The institutional space of community initiatives for renewable energy: a comparative case study of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark
M Oteman, M Wiering, JK Helderman
Energy, sustainability and society 4 (1), 1-17, 2014
When water management meets spatial planning: a policy-arrangements perspective
M Wiering, I Immink
Environment and planning C: Government and policy 24 (3), 423-438, 2006
The regional governance of climate adaptation: a framework for developing legitimate, effective, and resilient governance arrangements
C Termeer, A Dewulf, H Van Rijswick, A Van Buuren, D Huitema, ...
Climate law 2 (2), 159-179, 2011
The EU Water Framework Directive: A multi-dimensional analysis of implementation and domestic impact
D Liefferink, M Wiering, Y Uitenboogaart
Land Use Policy 28 (4), 712-722, 2011
Assessing Stability and Dynamics in Flood Risk Governance
L Dries, T Hegger, P Peter, J Driessen, C Dieperink, M Wiering, ...
Water Resources Management 28 (12), 4127, 2014
Toward more flood resilience: Is a diversification of flood risk management strategies the way forward?
DLT Hegger, PPJ Driessen, M Wiering, HFMW Van Rijswick, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (4), 2016
Beyond the art of diking: interactive policy on river management in the Netherlands
MA Wiering, PPJ Driessen
Water policy 3 (4), 283-296, 2001
Stakeholder value orientations in water management
P Vugteveen, HJR Lenders, JLA Devilee, RSEW Leuven, ...
Society and natural resources 23 (9), 805-821, 2010
The marathon of the hare and the tortoise: implementing the EU Water Framework Directive
M Bourblanc, A Crabbé, D Liefferink, M Wiering
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (10), 1449-1467, 2013
Pioneering renewable energy in an economic energy policy system: The history and development of dutch grassroots initiatives
M Oteman, HJ Kooij, MA Wiering
Sustainability 9 (4), 550, 2017
The concept of resilience from a normative perspective: examples from Dutch adaptation strategies
AM Keessen, JM Hamer, HFMW Van Rijswick, M Wiering
Ecology and Society 18 (2), 2013
Varieties of flood risk governance in Europe: How do countries respond to driving forces and what explains institutional change?
M Wiering, M Kaufmann, H Mees, T Schellenberger, W Ganzevoort, ...
Global environmental change 44, 15-26, 2017
Stability and change in flood risk governance: on path dependencies and change agents
M Wiering, D Liefferink, A Crabbé
Journal of Flood Risk Management 11 (3), 230-238, 2018
Experiences in regional cross border co-operation in river management. Comparing three cases at the Dutch–German Border
M Wiering, J Verwijmeren, K Lulofs, C Feld
Water resources management 24 (11), 2647-2672, 2010
A view on more resilient flood risk governance: key conclusions of the STAR-FLOOD project
DLT Hegger, PPJ Driessen, M Bakker, M Alexander, JC Beyers, A Buijze, ...
STAR-FLOOD Consortium, 2016
Dealing with complexity and policy discretion: A comparison of the implementation process of the European Water Framework Directive in five member states
YJ Uitenboogaart, JJH Van Kempen, MA Wiering, H Van Rijswick
Den Haag: SDU Uitgevers, 2009
The institutional dynamics of water management in the low countries
M Wiering, A Crabbé
Institutional dynamics in environmental governance, 93-114, 2006
Governance strategies for improving flood resilience in the face of climate change
PPJ Driessen, DLT Hegger, ZW Kundzewicz, HFMW Van Rijswick, ...
Water 10 (11), 1595, 2018
The rationales of resilience in English and Dutch flood risk policies
M Wiering, C Green, M van Rijswick, S Priest, A Keessen
Journal of Water and Climate Change 6 (1), 38-54, 2015
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