Journal Articles

Forthcoming

Douglas, S., 't Hart, P., Ansell, C., Andersen, L. B.,Flinders, M., Head, B., Moynihan, D., Nabatchi, T.,O’Flynn, J., Peters, B. G., Raadschelders, J., Sancino, A., Schillemans, T., Sorensen, T., Torfing J. (Forthcoming). Towards Positive Public Administration: A Manifesto. Successful Public Governance Research Project.

2021

Fahy, L., Douglas, S., & van Erp, J. (2021). Keeping up with cryptocurrencies. Technology and Regulation, 2021, 1-16.

2020

Ansell, C., Doberstein, C., Henderson, H., Siddiki, S., & 't Hart, P. (2020). Understanding inclusion in collaborative governance: A mixed methods approach. Policy and Society, 1–22.

Binnema, H., Michels, A., 't Hart, P., & van der Torre, E. J. (2020). Democratic innovations in Dutch local government: Experimentation in search of strategy. The Public Sector Innovation Journal, 25(1), 1-21.

Boin, A., Brock, K., Craft, J., Halligan, J., ‘t Hart, P., Roy, J., Tellier, G., & Turnbull, L. (2020). Beyond COVID‐19: Five commentaries on expert knowledge, executive action, and accountability in governance and public administration. Canadian Public Administration, capa.12386.

Douglas, S., & Ansell, C. (2020). Getting a grip on the performance of collaborations: Examining collaborative performance regimes and collaborative performance summits. Public Administration Review, puar.13341.

Douglas, S., Ansell, C., Parker, C. F., Sørensen, E., ‘t Hart, P., & Torfing, J. (2020). Understanding collaboration: Introducing the collaborative governance case databank. Policy and Society, 1–15.

Douglas, S., Berthod, O., Groenleer, M., & Nederhand, J. (2020). Pathways to collaborative performance: Examining the different combinations of conditions under which collaborations are successful. Policy and Society, 1–21.

Douglas, S., Hood, C., Overmans, T., & Scheepers, F. (2019). Gaming the system: Building an online management game to spread and gather insights into the dynamics of performance management systems. Public Management Review, 21(10), 1560–1576.

Douglas, S. & Overmans, T. (2020). Public value budgeting: propositions for the future of budgeting. Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management, 32(4), 623-637.

Douglas, S., Steen, T., & van der Wal, Z. (2019). Positieve bestuurskunde: Naar een robuust positief perspectief op de overheid. Bestuurskunde, 29(3), 3–10.

Noordegraaf, M., Douglas, S., Geuijen, K., & Van Der Steen, M. (2019). Weaknesses of wickedness: A critical perspective on wickedness theory. Policy and Society, 38(2),

2019

Compton, M. E., Luetjens, J., & 't Hart, P. (2019). Designing for Policy Success. International Review of Public Policy, 1(1: 2), 119-146.

Douglas, S. C., & 't Hart, P. (2019). Wanneer worden gemeenten gezien als waardevol?: Lokale publieke waardecreatie door de ogen van lokale actoren. Bestuurskunde, 2019(3), 23-31.

Kasdorp, A., & van Erp, J. (2019). Supervision practice in the face of emerging health risks: How market dynamics are forcing enforcement officials to stretch their mandate. Utrecht Law Review, 15(3), 163–177.

McConnell, A., & 't Hart, P. (2019). Inaction and public policy: understanding why policymakers ‘do nothing’. Policy Sciences, 52(4), 645-661.

van Erp, J. (2019). Toezicht en governance in de open samenleving. Bestuurskunde, 29(2), 30–38.
 

2018

Beyens, S. & 't Hart, P. (2018). Leren van lerende organisaties. Platform Overheid.

Bokhorst, M., & van Erp, J. (2018). Transparantie van kwaliteitsoordelen: Van instrumenteel naar responsief toezicht. Tijdschrift voor Toezicht, 9(1), 4–15.

Compton, M. E. (2018). Less bang for your Buck? How social capital constrains the effectiveness of social welfare spending. State politics & policy quarterly, 18(3), 215-245.

Meijer, A., 't Hart, P., & Worthy, B. (2018). Assessing Government Transparency: An Interpretive Framework. Administration & Society, 50(4), 501–526.

Mintrom, M., & Luetjens, J. (2018). The investment approach to public service provision: The investment approach to public service provision. Australian Journal of Public Administration77(1), 136–144.

Nohrstedt, D., Bynander, F., Parker, C., & 't Hart, P. (2018). Managing crises collaboratively: Prospects and problems—a systematic literature review. Perspectives on Public Management and Governance1(4), 257–271.

Van Erp, J., Wallenburg, I., & Bal, R. (2018). Performance regulation in a networked healthcare system: From cosmetic to institutionalized compliance. Public Administration. 98(1), 46-61.

Verschuren, O., & Beyens, S. (2018). Aangescherpt bestuursgericht toezicht in de corporatiesector: Het wakend oog van de Autoriteit woningcorporaties onder de loep genomen. Bestuurskunde27(4), 42–53.
 

2017

Alford, J., Douglas, S., Geuijen, K., & ‘t Hart, P. (2017). Ventures in public value management: Introduction to the symposium. Public Management Review, 19(5), 589–604.

Compton, M. E., & Meier, K. J. (2017). Bureaucracy to postbureaucracy: The consequences of political failures. In M. E. Compton & K. J. Meier, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Business and Management. Oxford University Press.

de Jong, J., Douglas, S., Sicilia, M., Radnor, Z., Noordegraaf, M., & Debus, P. (2017). Instruments of value: Using the analytic tools of public value theory in teaching and practice. Public Management Review, 19(5), 605–620.

Hartley, J., Alford, J., Knies, E., & Douglas, S. (2017). Towards an empirical research agenda for public value theory. Public Management Review, 19(5), 670–685.

Mintrom, M., & Luetjens, J. (2017). Creating public value: Tightening connections between policy design and public management. Policy Studies Journal45(1), 170–190.

Mintrom, M., & Luetjens, J. (2017). Policy entrepreneurs and foreign policy decision making. In M. Mintrom & J. Luetjens, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press.

van de Noort, M., Douglas, S., & van der Torre, L. (2017). Belofte, pijn en medicijn: Het verantwoorden van publieke waardecreatie aan de lokale politiek en maatschappelijke partners. Bestuurswetenschappen71(2), 5–21.

 

 

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No694266).