Dr. Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen
s.g.grimmelikhuijsen@uu.nl
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Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen is an assistant professor at the Utrecht School of Governance.

Core themes in his research are: effects and antecedents of transparency, citizen trust in government, experimental methodology, impact of social media on government.

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Involved in the following study programme(s)
Scientific expertise
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Curriculum vitae

Dr. Stephan Grimmelikhuijsen is an assistant professor at the Utrecht School of Governance. His areas of expertise are: transparency, trust, legitimacy, psychology of public administration, and experimental methodology. 

In 2015 he received a Veni grant of €250.000 from NWO (Dutch Science Foundation) to systematically investiage the effects of court transparency on perceived legitimacy, using an innovative approach that combines experiments with qualitative methods. In 2010 Stephan won a NIG grant for a post-doctoral research project (€50.000). He was a visiting scholar at the University of Illinois at Chicago (2009) and at Rutgers-Newark University (2013) for which he received a Fulbright grant. 

Stephan published articles in journals such as Journal of Public Administration Research and TheoryPublic Administration ReviewPublic AdministrationPublic Management Review and Government Information Quarterly. In 2013 his article “Linking transparency, knowledge and citizen trust in government: an experiment” was awarded best article of 2012 in the International Review of Administrative Science. He was awarded the prestigious Van Poelje Prize for writing the best public administration dissertation in the Netherlands and Flanders  

Furthermore, Stephan is involved in policy and innovation oriented research and has worked with the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment and the Dutch Police. He is also involved in a Horizon 2020 funded project on improving the use of open government data (ROUTE-TO-PA, http://routetopa.eu/).

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I published research results in various journals. A selection of them is listed below. Please visit my Google Scholar Page for a complete overview and my page on Researchgate for access to full papers. 

Download his dissertation here Transparency and trust. An experimental study of online disclosure and trust in government(winner of the Van Poelje yearprize for best Public Administration dissertation in the Netherlands and Flanders)

Key publications

Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan G. & Meijer, Albert J. (01.01.2014). Effects of transparency on the perceived trustworthiness of a government organization - Evidence from an online experiment. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 24 (1), (pp. 137-157) (21 p.).

Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2012). Linking transparency, knowledge and citizen trust in government: An experiment. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 78 (1), (pp. 50-73) (24 p.).

All publications
  Scholarly publications - 2017
Cucciniello, Maria, Porumbescu, Gregory A. & Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan (01.01.2017). 25 Years of Transparency Research - Evidence and Future Directions. Public Administration Review, 77 (1), (pp. 32-44) (13 p.).
Leth Olsen, Asmus, Tummers, L.G., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Jilke, Sebastian (2017). Behavioral Public Administration: Connecting Psychology with European Public Administration Research. In Edoardo Ongaro & Sandra van Thiel (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Public Administration and Management in Europe (pp. 1-17) (17 p.). Palgrave Macmillan.
Ruijer, Erna, Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan & Meijer, Albert (01.01.2017). Open data for democracy - Developing a theoretical framework for open data use. Government Information Quarterly
Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan & Porumbescu, Gregory A. (31.01.2017). Reconsidering the expectancy disconfirmation model. Three experimental replications. Public Management Review, (pp. 1-21) (21 p.).
Safarov, Igbal, Meijer, Albert & Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan (2017). Utilization of open government data - A systematic literature review of types, conditions, effects and users. Information Polity, 22 (1), (pp. 1-24) (24 p.).
  Scholarly publications - 2016
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Jilke, Sebastian, Leth Olsen, Asmus & Tummers, L.G. (2016). Behavioral Public Administration - Combining Insights from Public Administration and Psychology. Public Administration Review, (pp. 45-56) (12 p.).
Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan G. & Feeney, Mary K. (2016). Developing and Testing an Integrative Framework for Open Government Adoption in Local Governments. Public Administration Review
Bouwman, Robin & Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2016). Experimental public administration from 1992 to 2014 - A systematic literature review and ways forward. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 29 (2), (pp. 110-131) (22 p.).
Tummers, Lars, Leth Olsen, Asmus, Jilke, Sebastian & Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2016). Introduction to the Virtual Issue on Behavioral Public Administration. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, (pp. 1-3).
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Tummers, L.G. & Pandey, Sanjay K (2016). Promoting State-of-the-Art Methods in Public Management Research. International Public Management Journal, (pp. 1-12) (12 p.).
Tummers, Lars, Weske, Ulrike, Bouwman, Robin & Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan (2016). The Impact of Red Tape on Citizen Satisfaction - An Experimental Study. International Public Management Journal, 19 (3), (pp. 320-341) (22 p.).
  Scholarly publications - 2015
Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan G & Meijer, Albert J (2015). Does Twitter Increase Perceived Police Legitimacy?. Public Administration Review, 75 (4), (pp. 598-607).
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Kasymova, J. (2015). Not so universal after all - Exploring the meaning and use of government transparency in consensual and majoritarian democracies. Public Integrity, 17 (4), (pp. 389-407).
Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan & Klijn, Albert (01.12.2015). The effects of judicial transparency on public trust - Evidence from a field experiment. Public Administration, 93 (4), (pp. 995-1011) (17 p.).
Reynaers, Anne Marie & Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan (01.09.2015). Transparency in public-private partnerships - Not so bad after all?. Public Administration, 93 (3), (pp. 609-626) (18 p.).
Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan & Knies, E. (03.09.2015). Validating a scale for citizen trust in government organizations. International Review of Administrative Sciences
  Scholarly publications - 2014
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2014). Brokering access: power, politics and freedom of information process in Canada. Information Polity, 19 (3-4), (pp. 277) (279 p.).
Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan G. & Meijer, Albert J. (01.01.2014). Effects of transparency on the perceived trustworthiness of a government organization - Evidence from an online experiment. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 24 (1), (pp. 137-157) (21 p.).
Meijer, Albert, Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan, Nell, M.L. & Lentz, L.R. (2014). Organizational arrangements for targeted transparency. Legal or communicative enactment of disclosure requirements. Information Polity, 19 (1), (pp. 115-127) (13 p.).
  Scholarly publications - 2013
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2013). Meer openbaarheid, meer vertrouwen?. B en M : tijdschrift voor beleid, politiek en maatschappij, 40 (4), (pp. 451-455) (4 p.).
Meijer, A.J., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Fictorie, D., Thaens, M. & Siep, P. (2013). Politie en sociale media: Van Hype naar onderbouwde keuzen. (257 p.). Amsterdam: Reed Business.
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Porumbescu, G., Hong, B. & Im, T. (2013). The effect of transparency in trust in government: a cross-national comparative experiment. Public Administration, 73 (4), (pp. 575-586) (11 p.).
  Scholarly publications - 2012
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2012). A good man but a bad wizard. About the limits and future of transparency of democratic governments. Information Polity, 17 (3/4), (pp. 293-302) (9 p.).
Meijer, A.J., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Brandsma, G.J. (2012). Communities of Public Service Support: Citizens engage in social learning in peer-to-peer networks. Government Information Quarterly, 29 (1), (pp. 21-29) (8 p.).
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Welch, E.W. (2012). Developing and Testing a Theoretical Framework for Computer-Mediated Transparency of Local Governments. Public Administration Review, 78 (1), (pp. 562-571) (10 p.).
Opraus, L.S. & Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2012). Leidt transparantie tot meer vertrouwen in rechters?. Bestuurswetenschappen, 66 (6), (pp. 14-35) (21 p.).
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2012). Linking transparency, knowledge and citizen trust in government: An experiment. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 78 (1), (pp. 50-73) (24 p.).
Meijer, A.J., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Fictorie, D., Thaens, M. & Siep, P. (2012). Politie & Sociale Media. Van hype naar onderbouwde keuzen. Onderzoek in opdracht van het programma Politie & Wetenschap. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht/Centre for Public Innovation.
  Scholarly publications - 2011
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2011). Being transparent or spinning the message? An experiment into the effects of varying message content on trust in government. Information Polity, 16 (1), (pp. 35-50) (16 p.).
Meijer, A.J., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Fictorie, D. & Bos., A. (2011). Politie en Twitter: coproductie en community policing in het informatietijdperk. Bestuurskunde, 20 (3), (pp. 14-25) (12 p.).
  Scholarly publications - 2010
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2010). Transparancy of public descision-Making: towards trust in local goverment?. Policy and Internet, 2 (1), (pp. 5-35) (31 p.).
Meijer, A.J., Brandsma, G.J. & Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2010). Transparantie als fictieve verantwoording. Bestuurswetenschappen, 64 (4), (pp. 8-27) (20 p.).
Meijer, A. J., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Brandsma, G.J. (2010). Transparantie: Verbreedt en versterkt openbaarmaking de publieke verantwoording?. In M.A.P. Bovens & T. Schillemans (Eds.), Handboek Publieke Verantwoording (pp. 205-228) (24 p.). Den Haag: Boom uitgevers.
  Scholarly publications - 2009
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2009). Does transparent government agencies strengthen trust?. Information Polity, 14 (3), (pp. 173-186) (14 p.).
Meijer, A.J., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Brandsma, G.J. (2009). Transparantie: Verbreedt en versterkt openbaarmaking de publieke verantwoording?. In Mark Bovens & Thomas Schillemans (Eds.), Handboek publieke verantwoording (pp. 205-228) (296 p.). Den Haag: Lemma.
  Scholarly publications - 2006
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Meijer, A.J. (2006). Digitale beschikkingsverlening en individuele rechtvaardigheid: voldoen hardheidsclausules van uitvoeringsorganisaties?. Bestuurswetenschappen, 60 (2), (pp. 136-150) (15 p.).
  Professional publications - 2016
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Meijer, A.J. (02.03.2016). Transparency and Trust in Government: Evidence from an Online Experiment. PUBLIC
  Professional publications - 2015
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Meijer, A.J. (01.10.2015). Can Twitter strengthen perceived police legitimacy?. Police Professional
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., van Harten, E.J. & Noordegraaf, M. (2015). Rapportage NS Quickscan Sociale Veiligheidsbeleving. Utrecht University.
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (29.01.2015). Relativeer transparantie! Waarom transparantie niet (vanzelf) bijdraagt aan betere publieke prestaties. Platform Overheid
  Professional publications - 2012
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2012). De politiek van transparantie. Openbaar Bestuur, 22 (11), (pp. 20-23) (3 p.).
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2012). Onbekend maakt onbemind? Over transparantie en vertrouwen [Unknown, unwanted? About transparency and trust]. Idee (Utrecht), 33 (2) (13 p.).
Meijer, A.J., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Fictorie, D. & Bos, A. (2012). Politie en Twitter: coproductie en community policing in het informatietijdperk. UU: USBO.
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2012). Promotiebespreking . Transparency and trust. Economisch Statistische Berichten, 1431, (pp. 16-3-2012) (1997 p.).
  Professional publications - 2011
Meijer, A.J., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Bos, A. & Fictorie, D. (2011). Burgernet via Twitter. Onderzoek naar de Waarde van dit Medium. (55 p.). Utrecht: Programmabureau Burgernet.
  Professional publications - 2009
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Werner, G.D.A., Meijer, A.J. & Brandsma, G.J. (2009). Diepteanalyse e-participatie voor expats. Een beoordeling van de kwaliteit en inhoud van fora voor expats in Nederland. Enschede: Novay.
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G., Werner, G.D.A., Meijer, A.J. & Brandsma, G.J. (2009). Expats helpen elkaar : Analyse van participatie websites van expats. (29 p.). Enschede: Novay, B-Dossier/D1.6.1. N O V A Y 0 9 / M M / 1 8 4 3 1 / N R.
Meijer, A.J., Brandsma, G.J., Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. & Werner, G.D.A. (2009). Waarde van e-participatie voor integrale dienstverlening. (22 p.). Enschede: Novay, B-Dossier/D1.6.2. N O V A Y 0 9 / M M / 1 8 4 3 0 / N R.
  Professional publications - 2008
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2008). Openbaarheid van luchtkwaliteitsinformatie via Internet. Onderzoek naar de mate van transparantie van provincies, gemeenten en landelijke organisaties. Den Haag: Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties..
  Professional publications - 2006
Grimmelikhuijsen, Stephan & Stuive, Klaas (2006). Meer blauw op straat door administratieve vereenvoudiging. Tijdschrift voor de Politie, 68.
  Popularising publications - 2012
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2012). Alles moet transparant, maar werkt dit wel? (Online publication). Tijdschrift voor de sociale sector
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2012). Transparantie is voor overheden geen wondermiddel. (Online publication). Tijdschrift voor de sociale sector
  Popularising publications - 2011
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (28.10.2011). Rechter kan best zonder camera's. De Volkskrant [online], (pp. 28) (1 p.).
  Popularising publications - 2010
Meijer, A.J., Brandsma, G.J. & Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2010). Overheid discussieert met burgers. Duidelijke voordelen om informatiesystemen overheid te koppelen aan Internetforums. Automatiseringsgids, 2010, (pp. 14-15) (2 p.).
  Other output - 2015
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen (04.11.2015) Co-auteur artikel "Rechters thuis op de buis"
  Other output - 2014
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen (19.06.2014) Presentation about police and judiciary transparency
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen (01.10.2014) Presentation about the dark side of transparency
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen (04.09.2014) Presentation on Educational transparency for junior minister Sander Dekker
  Other output - 2008
Grimmelikhuijsen, S.G. (2008). Luchtkwaliteit moet transparanter.
  Other output - 0
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen () Best article 2012.
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen () Fulbright scholarship, 9000 dollar. Visiting scholar Rutgers-Newark. Jan. - April
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen () Member of conference organization
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen () Panel chair of panel I2 Methods and knowledge utilization
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen () Van Poelje award for best Dutch/Flemish dissertation
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen () Wikileaks. Welke openheid kunnen we aan? Interview met Psychologie Magazine
S.G. Grimmelikhuijsen () Zes presentaties over "professionaliteit van klantmanagers bij gemeenten"
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Stephan is involved as a teacher in various Bachelor and Master courses. He also supervises Bachelor and Master theses.

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