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Book Chapters

  1. Verweij, S. (2018). Voorbij de dichotomie: Op zoek naar een succesvolle combinatie van contractuele aspecten en relationele aspecten in publiek-private samenwerking. In: M. Sanders (red), Publiek-Private Samenwerking: Kunst van het Evenwicht (pp. 91-106). Den Haag: Boom Bestuurskunde.
  2. Verweij, S. (2017). Addressing the evaluation-implementation gap in infrastructure megaproject research with qualitative comparative analysis. In: M. Lehtonen, P.B. Joly & L. Aparicio (eds), Socioeconomic Evaluation of Megaprojects: Dealing with Uncertainties (pp. 220-239). Abingdon: Routledge.
  3. Verweij, S. & Gerrits, L.M. (2014). Managing unplanned events in large infrastructure projects: Results from an in-depth comparative case evaluation. In: J.W. Meek & K.S. Marshall (eds), Compact II: Administrative Strategies for Complex Governance Systems (pp. 81-108). Litchfield Park: Emergent Publications.
  4. 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. In: J.W. Meek & K.S. Marshall (eds), Compact II: Administrative Strategies for Complex Governance Systems (pp. 29-50). Litchfield Park: Emergent Publications. Note: this book chapter is also published as an article.
  5. Verweij, S. & Gerrits, L.M. (2012). Assessing the applicability of qualitative comparative analysis for the evaluation of complex projects. In: L.M. Gerrits & P.K. Marks (eds), Compact I: Public Administration in Complexity (pp. 93-117). Litchfield Park: Emergent Publications.