Verweij, S. & Vis, B. (2021). Three strategies to track configurations over time with qualitative comparative analysis. European Political Science Review, 13 (1), 95-111.
Verweij, S., Busscher, T. & Van den Brink, M. (2021). Effective policy instruments mixes for implementing integrated flood risk management: An analysis of the Room for the River program. Environmental Science & Policy, 116, 204-212.
Neef, M.R., Verweij, S., Busscher, T. & Arts, E.J.M.M. (2020). A common ground? Constructing and exploring scenarios for infrastructure network-of-networks. Futures, 124, 102649.
Verweij, S. & Van Meerkerk, I.F. (2020). Do public-private partnerships perform better? A comparative analysis of costs for additional work and reasons for contract changes in Dutch transport infrastructure projects. Transport Policy, 99, 430-438.
Van Assche, K., Beunen, R. & Verweij, S. (2020). Comparative planning research, learning, and governance: The benefits and limitations of learning policy by comparison. Urban Planning, 5 (1), 11-21.
Verweij, S., Loomans, O. & Leendertse, W. (2020). The role of the public partner in innovation in transport infrastructure PPPs: A qualitative comparative analysis of nine Dutch DBFM projects. Public Works Management & Policy, 25 (1), 5-32.
Verweij, S. & Trell, E.M. (2019). Qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) in spatial planning research and related disciplines: A systematic literature review of applications. Journal of Planning Literature, 34 (3), 300-317.
Harting, J., Peters, D.T.J.M., Grêaux, K., Van Assema, P., Verweij, S., Stronks, K. & Klijn, E.H. (2019). Implementing multiple intervention strategies in Dutch public health-related policy networks. Health Promotion International, 34 (2), 193-203.
Van den Brink, M., Edelenbos, J., Van den Brink, A., Verweij, S., Van Etteger, R. & Busscher, T. (2019). To draw or to cross the line? The landscape architect as boundary spanner in Dutch river management. Landscape and Urban Planning, 186, 13-23.
Busscher, T., Van den Brink, M. & Verweij, S. (2019). Strategies for integrating water management and spatial planning: Organizing for spatial quality in the Dutch ‘Room for the River’ program. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 12 (1), e12448.
Pot, W.D., Dewulf, A., Biesbroek, G.R. & Verweij, S. (2019). What makes decisions about urban water infrastructure forward looking? A fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis of investment decisions in 40 Dutch municipalities. Land Use Policy, 82, 781-795.
Verweij, S. & Gerrits, L.M. (2019). Evaluating infrastructure project planning and implementation: A study using qualitative comparative analysis. Sage Research Methods Cases, 2, 1-16.
Peters, D.T.J.M., Verweij, S., Grêaux, K., Stronks, K. & Harting, J. (2017). Conditions for addressing environmental determinants of health behavior in intersectional policy networks: A fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 195, 34-41.
Verweij, S., Teisman, G.R. & Gerrits, L.M. (2017). Implementing public-private partnerships: How management responses to events produce (un)satisfactory outcomes. Public Works Management & Policy, 22 (2), 119-139.
Kim, Y. & Verweij, S. (2016). Two effective causal paths that explain the adoption of US state environmental justice policy. Policy Sciences, 49 (4), 505-523.
Li, Y., Koppenjan, J.F.M. & Verweij, S. (2016). Governing environmental conflicts in China: Under what conditions do local governments compromise? Public Administration, 94 (3), 806-822.
Kort, M., Verweij, S. & Klijn, E.H. (2016). In search for effective public-private partnerships: An assessment of the impact of organizational form and managerial strategies in urban regeneration partnerships using fsQCA. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 34 (5), 777-794.
Gerrits, L.M. & Verweij, S. (2016). Qualitative comparative analysis as a method for evaluating complex cases: An overview of literature and a stepwise guide with empirical application. Zeitschrift für Evaluation, 15 (1), 7-22.
Verweij, S. (2015). Producing satisfactory outcomes in the implementation phase of PPP infrastructure projects: A fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis of 27 road constructions in the Netherlands. International Journal of Project Management, 33 (8), 1877-1887.
Gerrits, L.M. & Verweij, S. (2015). Taking stock of complexity in evaluation: A discussion of three recent publications. Evaluation, 21 (4), 481-491.
Verweij, S., Van Meerkerk, I.F. & Korthagen, I.A. (2015). Reasons for contract changes in implementing Dutch transportation infrastructure projects: An empirical exploration. Transport Policy, 37, 195-202.
Verweij, S. (2015). Achieving satisfaction when implementing PPP transportation infrastructure projects: A qualitative comparative analysis of the A15 highway DBFM project. International Journal of Project Management, 33 (1), 189-200.
Verweij, S. & Gerrits, L.M. (2015). How satisfaction is achieved in the implementation phase of large transportation infrastructure projects: A qualitative comparative analysis into the A2 tunnel project. Public Works Management & Policy, 20 (1), 5-28.
Verweij, S., Van Meerkerk, I.F., Koppenjan, J.F.M. & Geerlings, H. (2014). Institutional interventions in complex urban systems: Coping with boundary issues in urban planning projects. Emergence: Complexity & Organization, 16 (1), 7-23. Note: this article is also published as a book chapter.
Verweij, S., Klijn, E.H., Edelenbos, J. & Van Buuren, M.W. (2013). What makes governance networks work? A fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis of 14 Dutch spatial planning projects. Public Administration, 91 (4), 1035-1055.
Gerrits, L.M. & Verweij, S. (2013). Critical realism as a meta-framework for understanding the relationships between complexity and qualitative comparative analysis. Journal of Critical Realism, 12 (2), 166-182.
Verweij, S. & Gerrits, L.M. (2013). Understanding and researching complexity with qualitative comparative analysis: Evaluating transportation infrastructure projects. Evaluation, 19 (1), 40-55.