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Assistant Professor at the University of Groningen

After being a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Spatial Planning and Environment of the Faculty of Spatial Sciences at the University of Groningen for about 2,5 years, I am very happy to have been appointed Assistant Professor in Infrastructure Planning, Governance & Methodology (tenured) at the same department. I will contribute to the development of governance …

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Call for papers: Case-oriented & set-theoretic approaches to comparative policy analysis

Together with Eva Thomann and Valérie Pattyn, I invite you to submit a paper proposal for our panel Case-Oriented and Set-Theoretic Approaches to Comparative Policy Analysis at the International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP4) in Montreal, organized by the International Public Policy Association. The deadline for your paper proposal is January 30th, 2019. More information about the Call …

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Research grant awarded: Responsive infrastructure through responsive institutions (RITRI)

Update: We are Hiring! The vacancy for a PhD Student at the University of Groningen, to be working in the research project, has now appeared online. The vacancy can be found here. Research Grant Awarded Last week, we received the great news that our research proposal Responsive Infrastructure Through Responsive Institutions (RITRI) will be awarded a €500,000 …

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Oproep voor bijdragen: Publiek-private samenwerking: Slim combineren in het ruimtelijke domein

Publiek-Private Samenwerking (PPS) kan een grote rol spelen bij het realiseren van slimme combinaties in het ruimtelijke domein, maar dit thema is zelden onderzocht. Wij zijn op zoek naar bijdragen voor een themanummer, dat begin 2017 zal worden gepubliceerd in Rooilijn: Tijdschrift voor Wetenschap en Beleid in de Ruimtelijke Ordening. In het themanummer willen wij ingaan op de …

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Call for papers: Tacking stock of complexity sciences – Evidence of progress in urban planning?

The complexity sciences continue to influence debates, research, and practices in urban planning and governance. Urban systems, e.g. cities and urban regions, can be understood as complex systems, behaving non-linearly and co-evolving with other systems. By now, the number of studies in the realm of the planning and governance of the urban that use concepts …

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