Stefan Verweij
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What makes governance networks work? A fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis of 14 Dutch spatial planning projects
S Verweij, EH Klijn, J Edelenbos, MW van Buuren
Public Administration 91 (4), 1035-1055, 2013
1222013
Achieving satisfaction when implementing PPP transportation infrastructure projects: A qualitative comparative analysis of the A15 highway DBFM project
S Verweij
International Journal of Project Management 33 (1), 189-200, 2015
772015
Critical realism as a meta-framework for understanding the relationships between complexity and qualitative comparative analysis
LM Gerrits, S Verweij
Journal of Critical Realism 12 (2), 166-182, 2013
692013
Understanding and researching complexity with qualitative comparative analysis: Evaluating transportation infrastructure projects
S Verweij, LM Gerrits
Evaluation 19 (1), 40-55, 2013
632013
Producing satisfactory outcomes in the implementation phase of PPP infrastructure projects: A fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis of 27 road constructions in the Netherlands
S Verweij
International Journal of Project Management 33 (8), 1877-1887, 2015
432015
Once the shovel hits the ground: Evaluating the management of complex implementation processes of public-private partnership infrastructure projects with qualitative …
S Verweij
Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2015
412015
Reasons for contract changes in implementing Dutch transportation infrastructure projects: An empirical exploration
S Verweij, IF van Meerkerk, IA Korthagen
Transport Policy 37, 195-202, 2015
402015
In search for effective public-private partnerships: An assessment of the impact of organizational form and managerial strategies in urban regeneration partnerships using fsQCA
M Kort, S Verweij, EH Klijn
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (5), 777-794, 2016
372016
How satisfaction is achieved in the implementation phase of large transportation infrastructure projects: A qualitative comparative analysis into the A2 tunnel project
S Verweij, LM Gerrits
Public Works Management & Policy 20 (1), 5-28, 2015
372015
Taking stock of complexity in evaluation: A discussion of three recent publications
LM Gerrits, S Verweij
Evaluation 21 (4), 481-491, 2015
322015
Implementing public-private partnerships: How management responses to events produce (un)satisfactory outcomes
S Verweij, GR Teisman, LM Gerrits
Public Works Management & Policy 22 (2), 119-139, 2017
312017
The evaluation of complex infrastructure projects: A guide to qualitative comparative analysis
LM Gerrits, S Verweij
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018
292018
Publiek-private samenwerking in Nederland en Vlaanderen: Een review van veertien proefschriften
M Hueskes, JFM Koppenjan, S Verweij
Bestuurskunde 25 (2), 90-104, 2016
25*2016
Governing environmental conflicts in China: Under what conditions do local governments compromise?
Y Li, JFM Koppenjan, S Verweij
Public Administration 94 (3), 806-822, 2016
212016
Qualitative comparative analysis as a method for evaluating complex cases: An overview of literature and a stepwise guide with empirical application
LM Gerrits, S Verweij
Zeitschrift für Evaluation 15 (1), 7-22, 2016
212016
Systematische kwalitatieve vergelijkende analyse
S Verweij, LM Gerrits
Kwalon 17 (3), 25-33, 2012
162012
Kritisch kijken naar kansen: De schaduwzijden van DBFMO
A Reynaers, S Verweij
ROmagazine 32 (4), 32-34, 2014
152014
Institutional interventions in complex urban systems: Coping with boundary issues in urban planning projects
S Verweij, IF van Meerkerk, JFM Koppenjan, H Geerlings
Emergence: Complexity & Organization 16 (1), 7-23, 2014
142014
Strategies for integrating water management and spatial planning: Organising for spatial quality in the Dutch 'Room for the River' program
T Busscher, MA van den Brink, S Verweij
Journal of Flood Risk Management 12 (1), e12448, 2019
132019
Two effective causal paths that explain the adoption of US state environmental justice policy
Y Kim, S Verweij
Policy Sciences 49 (4), 505-523, 2016
132016
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