Arwin van Buuren
Arwin van Buuren
Full Professor Public Administration Erasmus University Rotterdam
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Managing complex governance systems
G Teisman, A van Buuren, LM Gerrits
Routledge, 2009
Adapting to climate change in The Netherlands: an inventory of climate adaptation options and ranking of alternatives
K de Bruin, RB Dellink, A Ruijs, L Bolwidt, A van Buuren, J Graveland, ...
Climatic change 95 (1), 23-45, 2009
Co-producing knowledge: joint knowledge production between experts, bureaucrats and stakeholders in Dutch water management projects
J Edelenbos, A Van Buuren, N van Schie
Environmental science & policy 14 (6), 675-684, 2011
The regional governance of climate adaptation: a framework for developing legitimate, effective, and resilient governance arrangements
C Termeer, A Dewulf, H Van Rijswick, A Van Buuren, D Huitema, ...
Climate law 2 (2), 159-179, 2011
Why is joint knowledge production such a problem?
A Buuren, J Edelenbos
Science and public policy 31 (4), 289-299, 2004
Knowledge for governance, governance of knowledge: Inclusive knowledge management in collaborative governance processes
A Buuren
international public management journal 12 (2), 208-235, 2009
What makes governance networks work? A fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis of 14 Dutch spatial planning projects
S Verweij, EH Klijn, J Edelenbos, A Van Buuren
Public Administration 91 (4), 1035-1055, 2013
Making space for the river
JF Warner, A Van Buuren, J Edelenbos
IWA publishing, 2012
Policy innovation in isolation? Conditions for policy renewal by transition arenas and pilot projects
A Van Buuren, D Loorbach
Public Management Review 11 (3), 375-392, 2009
Governance of flood risk management in a time of climate change: the cases of Jakarta and Rotterdam
PJ Ward, WP Pauw, MW Van Buuren, MA Marfai
Environmental Politics 22 (3), 518-536, 2013
Toward legitimate governance strategies for climate adaptation in the Netherlands: combining insights from a legal, planning, and network perspective
A Van Buuren, P Driessen, G Teisman, M van Rijswick
Regional environmental change 14 (3), 1021-1033, 2014
Connective capacities of network managers: A comparative study of management styles in eight regional governance networks
J Edelenbos, A Van Buuren, EH Klijn
Public Management Review 15 (1), 131-159, 2013
Evaluating strategic environmental assessment in The Netherlands: content, process and procedure as indissoluble criteria for effectiveness
A Van Buuren, S Nooteboom
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 27 (2), 145-154, 2009
Program management and the creative art of coopetition: Dealing with potential tensions and synergies between spatial development projects
A Buuren, JM Buijs, G Teisman
International Journal of Project Management 28 (7), 672-682, 2010
The learning evaluation: a theoretical and empirical exploration
J Edelenbos, A Van Buuren
Evaluation review 29 (6), 591-612, 2005
Democratic legitimacy of new forms of water management in the Netherlands
A van Buuren, EH Klijn, J Edelenbos
International Journal of Water Resources Development 28 (4), 629-645, 2012
Towards adaptive spatial planning for climate change: Balancing between robustness and flexibility
A Van Buuren, PPJ Driessen, M van Rijswick, P Rietveld, W Salet, T Spit, ...
Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law 10 (1), 29-53, 2013
Stakeholder initiatives in flood risk management: exploring the role and impact of bottom-up initiatives in three ‘Room for the River’projects in the Netherlands
J Edelenbos, A Van Buuren, D Roth, M Winnubst
Journal of environmental planning and management 60 (1), 47-66, 2017
Conceptualizing public innovative capacity: A framework for assessment
H Gieske, A van Buuren, V Bekkers
The Innovation Journal 21 (1), 1, 2016
Implementing room for the river: Narratives of success and failure in Kampen, the Netherlands
J Warner, A Van Buuren
International Review of Administrative Sciences 77 (4), 779-801, 2011
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