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Conference Papers

2018


Verweij, S. & Vis, B. (2018). Qualitative comparative analysis and time: A comparison of strategies to include the temporal dimension in QCA with empirical demonstration. International QCA Expert Workshop. Zurich, Switzerland, November 28-29.

Verweij, S. & Van Meerkerk, I.F. (2018). Publiek-private samenwerking in de transportinfrastructuur resulteert in betere uitkomsten: Wens of waarheid? Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk. Amersfoort, Nederland, November 22-23.

Verweij, S. & Leendertse, W. (2018). Wat kan de overheid doen om innovatie in PPS te stimuleren? Een systematische vergelijkende analyse van DBFM-infrastructuurprojecten in Nederland. Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk. Amersfoort, Nederland, November 22-23.

Van den Brink, M., Verweij, S., Edelenbos, J., Busscher, T., Van den Brink, A. & Van Etteger, R. (2018). The landscape architect as boundary spanner in Dutch river management. Association of European Schools of Planning Annual Congress. Gothenburg, Sweden, July 10-14.

Verweij, S. & Trell, E.M. (2018). Qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) in spatial planning research: A literature review of applications and the way forward. Association of European Schools of Planning Annual Congress. Gothenburg, Sweden, July 10-14.

Verweij, S. & Trell, E.M. (2018). A systematic literature review of qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) in spatial sciences: Current practices, comparison with other fields, and research agenda. International QCA Summer Workshop. Wuppertal, Germany, May 28-30.

2017


Verweij, S. (2017). De collaborative advantage van publiek-private samenwerking in de transportinfrastructuur: Een agenda voor onderzoek naar het institutioneel ontwerp van PPS. Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk. Gent, België, November 23-24.

Verweij, S. (2017). De collaborative advantage van publiek-private samenwerking: Van retoriek in beleidsland naar institutioneel ontwerp? Nationaal Verkeerskundecongres. Zwolle, Nederland, November 1-2.

Verweij, S., Van den Broek, J., Busscher, T. & Van den Brink, M. (2017). Achieving spatial quality in integrated planning: An evaluation of the Dutch ‘Room for the River’ program using qualitative comparative analysis. Association of European Schools of Planning Annual Congress. Lisbon, Portugal, July 11-14. Note: this paper was shortlisted for the Best Congress Paper.

2016


Lenferink, S., Verweij, S. & Leendertse, W. (2016). Sturing op netwerkkwaliteit door afstemming DBFM-contracten: Een onderzoeksagenda. Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk. Zwolle, Nederland, November 24-25.

Verweij, S., Lenferink, S., Leendertse, W., Busscher, T. & Arts, J. (2016). Realizing multiple spatial policy objectives through public-private partnerships: Propositions for institutional design. Public-Private Partnership Conference: Smart Governance for Innovation by/in PPPs. Antwerp, Belgium, November 20-22.

Hueskes, M., Koppenjan, J.F.M. & Verweij, S. (2016). The study and practice of public-private partnerships in the Low Countries. Public-Private Partnership Conference: Smart Governance for Innovation by/in PPPs. Antwerp, Belgium, November 20-22.

Böhme, M. & Verweij, S. (2016). How do heuristics shape and influence transport infrastructure planning? A first analysis of the Bamberg rail extension planning process. International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. London, United Kingdom, August 02-05.

2015


Lenferink, S. & Verweij, S. (2015). Public-private partnerships from start to finish: An exploration of governance challenges and management strategies in developing Dutch transportation infrastructure projects. Netherlands Institute of Government Annual Work Conference. Nijmegen, The Netherlands, November 05-06.

Peters, D.T., Verweij, S., Greaux, K., Stronks, K. & Harting, J. (2015). Conditions for policy innovation in Dutch intersectoral policy networks: A fsQCA analysis. European Public Health Conference. Milan, Italy, October 14-17.

Lenferink, S. & Verweij, S. (2015). Public-private partnerships from phase to phase: Challenges and strategies in developing Dutch transportation infrastructure projects. Workshop on Economics and Management of Public-Private Partnerships: Will Public-Private Partnerships Improve our Future? Venice, Italy, September 14-15.

Kim, Y. & Verweij, S. (2015). Causal recipes for states’ environmental justice policy adoption: A decade after EO 12892. International Conference on Public Policy. Milan, Italy, July 01-04.

Verweij, S., Gerrits, L.M., Kroll, C., Meek, J.W. & Schraad-Tischer, D. (2015). The relationships between governance capacity and environmental policy performance: A comparative evaluation of 41 OECD and EU countries with fuzzy set QCA. Qualitative Comparative Analysis: Social Science Applications and Methodological Challenges. Tilburg, The Netherlands, January 15-16.

2014


Verweij, S. (2014). Once the shovel hit the ground: A qualitative comparative evaluation into achieving satisfaction in the implementation of 27 Dutch transportation infrastructure projects. Netherlands Institute of Government Annual Work Conference. Delft, The Netherlands, November 27-28. Note: this paper was awarded with the Graduate School Award for PhD Excellence for the Best Paper of the Year 2014.

Gerrits, L.M. & Verweij, S. (2014). An introduction to qualitative comparative analysis in policy evaluation: Mediating between in-depth knowledge and cross-case comparison. Seminar at the Trinity College. Dublin, Ireland, May 06-06.

2013


Verweij, S., Teisman, G.R. & Gerrits, L.M. (2013). Dealing with unexpected events in implementing PPP projects: Lessons from two Dutch transportation infrastructure projects. Global Challenges in PPP: Cross-Sectoral and Cross-Disciplinary Solutions? Antwerp, Belgium, November 06-07.

Verweij, S. & Gerrits, L.M. (2013). Qualitative comparative analysis as a method to evaluate complex public works projects. Jahrestagung der DeGEval: Komplexität und Evaluation. Munich, Germany, September 11-13.

Verweij, S., Geerlings, H., Koppenjan, J.F.M. & Van Meerkerk, I.F. (2013). Institutional interventions in urban systems: Rearranging complexity and managing interfaces. Challenges of Making Public Administration and Complexity Theory Work. La Verne, United States of America, June 05-08.

Verweij, S. & Gerrits, L.M. (2013). Managing interferences in large infrastructure projects: Results from an in-depth comparative case evaluation. Challenges of Making Public Administration and Complexity Theory Work. La Verne, United States of America, June 05-08.

Gerrits, L.M. & Verweij, S. (2013). A qualitative comparative analysis manual for policy evaluation: Mediating between in-depth knowledge and case comparison. Seminar at the U.S. Government Accountability Office. Washington DC, United States of America, June 03-03.

2012


Verweij, S., Kort, M.B. & Klijn, E.H. (2012). Exploring the suitability of fsQCA to analyze survey data: Evaluating organizational and managerial strategies in public-private partnerships. QCA Expert Seminar. Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium, December 03-03.

Verweij, S., Gerrits, L.M., Teisman, G.R. & Marks, P.K. (2012). A qualitative configurational approach to researching the management of public-private infrastructure projects. Netherlands Institute of Government Annual Work Conference. Leuven, Belgium, November 29-30.

Verweij, S., Kort, M.B. & Klijn, E.H. (2012). Evaluating organizational and managerial strategies in public-private partnerships: Exploring the suitability of fsQCA to analyze survey data. Netherlands Institute of Government Annual Work Conference. Leuven, Belgium, November 29-30.

Gerrits, L.M. & Verweij, S. (2012). Critical realism as a meta-framework for understanding the relationships between complexity and qualitative comparative analysis. International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis. Tilburg, The Netherlands, July 05-07.

Verweij, S. (2012). Management as system synchronization: A complexity-informed analysis of the Dutch A2 passageway Maastricht project. International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis. Tilburg, The Netherlands, July 05-07.

Verweij, S., Verkerk, J. & Van Broekhoven, S.K. (2012). Designing case studies in complexity-informed public administration research: A comparison of three strategies. International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis. Tilburg, The Netherlands, July 05-07.

Verweij, S., Klijn, E.H., Edelenbos, J. & Van Buuren, M.W. (2012). What makes governance networks work? A fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis of 14 Dutch spatial planning projects. International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis. Tilburg, The Netherlands, July 05-07.

Verweij, S. & Gerrits, L.M. (2012). Using qualitative comparative analysis as a complexity-informed tool to evaluate public projects. Seminar on QCA in Policy-Oriented and Public Administration Research. Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium, May 21-21.

Gerrits, L.M. & Verweij, S. (2012). On the relationships between complexity, critical realism, and qualitative comparative analysis. American Society for Public Administration Annual Work Conference. Las Vegas, United States of America, March 02-06.

2011


Spekkink, W.A.H. & Verweij, S. (2011). Understanding and researching complex governance processes: Towards a multi-method approach based on qualitative comparative analysis and event sequence analysis. Netherlands Institute of Government Annual Work Conference. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, December 01-02.

Verweij, S. & Gerrits, L.M. (2011). A proposal to assess transportation infrastructure projects using a complexity-informed framework. Challenges of Making Public Administration and Complexity Theory Work. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 23-25.