Ann Crabbé
Ann Crabbé
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The handbook of environmental policy evaluation
P Leroy, A Crabb
Earthscan, 2012
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
Coproducing flood risk management through citizen involvement: insights from cross-country comparison in Europe
H Mees, A Crabbé, M Alexander, M Kaufmann, S Bruzzone, L Lévy, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (3), 2016
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
Flood risk management in Europe: similarities and differences between the STAR-FLOOD consortium countries
DLT Hegger, C Green, PPJ Driessen, MHN Bakker, C Dieperink, ...
STAR-FLOOD Consortium, 2013
Transition towards sustainable material innovation: evidence and evaluation of the Flemish case
A Crabbé, R Jacobs, V Van Hoof, A Bergmans, K Van Acker
Journal of Cleaner Production 56, 63-72, 2013
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
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
The institutional dynamics of water management in the low countries
M Wiering, A Crabbé
Institutional dynamics in environmental governance, 93-114, 2006
Conditions for citizen co-production in a resilient, efficient and legitimate flood risk governance arrangement. A tentative framework
H Mees, A Crabbé, PPJ Driessen
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 19 (6), 827-842, 2017
Flood risk mitigation in Europe: how far away are we from the aspired forms of adaptive governance?
M Fournier, C Larrue, M Alexander, D Hegger, M Bakker, M Pettersson, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (4), 2016
Analysing and evaluating flood risk governance in Belgium: dealing with flood risks in an urbanised and institutionally complex country
H Mees, CBR Suykens, JC Beyers, A Crabbé, B Delvaux, K Deketelaere
STAR-FLOOD Consortium, 2016
Is flood defense changing in nature? Shifts in the flood defense strategy in six European countries
M Gralepois, C Larrue, M Wiering, A Crabbé, S Tapsell, H Mees, K Ek, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (4), 2016
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
Shifting public-private responsibilities in Flemish flood risk management. Towards a co-evolutionary approach
H Mees, B Tempels, A Crabbé, L Boelens
Land Use Policy 57, 23-33, 2016
Integraal waterbeleid in Vlaanderen: van fluïde naar solide
A Crabbé
UA, Faculteit Politieke en Sociale Wetenschappen, 2008
A game of give and take: the introduction of multi-layer (water) safety in the Netherlands and Flanders
M Kaufmann, H Mees, D Liefferink, A Crabbé
Land Use Policy 57, 277-286, 2016
Evaluating Conditions for Integrated Water Resource Management at Sub‐basin Scale. A Comparison of the Flemish Sub‐basin Boards and Walloon River Contracts
H Mees, C Suykens, A Crabbe
Environmental Policy and Governance 27 (1), 59-73, 2017
D Roberts, K Halligan, P Dennison, K Dudley, B Somers, A Crabbé
https://drive. google. com/drive/folders/0B0zkcpjAaSqFbUVacVJCSURtSzQ, 2019
Explaining stability and change. Comparing flood risk governance in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Poland
D Liefferink, M Wiering, A Crabbé, D Hegger
Journal of Flood Risk Management 11 (3), 281-290, 2018
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