(Jitske) J van Popering - Verkerk MSc

Academic Researcher Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Public Administration
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T17-23
Email
verkerk@essb.eur.nl

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        • M.W. van Buuren & J. van Popering - Verkerk (2016). Collaborative governance: does it work for climate change adaptation? Insights from the Dutch Delta Programme. In The challenges of collaboration in environmental governance: barriers and responses (pp. 152-174). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
        • J. Verkerk & M.W. van Buuren (2012). Space for the River, a condensed state of the art. In J. Warner, M.W. van Buuren & J. Edelenbos (Eds.), Making space for the river. Governance experiences with multifunctional river flood management in the US and Europe (pp. 15-32). London: IWA Publishing
        • J. van Popering - Verkerk (2017). Governance in de Zuidwestelijke Delta: besluitvorming vanuit meervoudigheid, zekerheid en flexibiliteit. In B. de Vlieger (Ed.), De nieuwe delta: de Rijn-Maas-Schelde delta in verandering (pp. 142-147). Heijningen: Jap Sam Books
        • M.W. van Buuren, M. Duijn, J. Edelenbos, L.A. Hagen, M.M.J. Hermus, M. Igalla, I.F. van Meerkerk, A. Molenveld, M.J. Nederhand, J. van Popering - Verkerk, S.M. Ruijsink & W.H. Voorberg (2018). Successful collaboration between bottom-up initiatives and local governments. Development of a comprehensive framework. (Preprints). : IRSPM Conference Edinburgh
        • M.W. van Buuren, G.J. Ellen, J. van Popering-Verkerk & C.W.G.J. van Leeuwen (2015). Wie het water deert die het water keert. Overstromingsrisicobeheer als maatschappelijke gebiedsopgave. Opbrengsten en lessen uit de pilots meerlaagsveiligheid. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit / Deltares
        • S. van Broekhoven, M.W. van Buuren, D. Huitema, B. McFadgen, S. Meijerink, G.R. Teisman & J. Verkerk (2011). Climate adaptation and the challenge of realizing connectivity within fragmented governance systems. (Extern rapport). Wageningen: National Research Programme Knowledge for Climate
        • S.K. van Broekhoven, M.W. van Buuren, D. Huitema, B. McFadgen, S. Meijerink, G.R. Teisman & J. Verkerk (2011). Climate adaptation and the challenge of realizing connectivity within fragmented governance systems. (Preprints). Wageningen: National Research Programme Knowledge for Climate
        • S. Verweij, J. Verkerk & S.K. van Broekhoven (2012). Designing case studies in complexity-informed Public Administration research: A comparison of three strategies. International Conference in Interpretive Analysis: Tilburg, The Netherlands (2012, juli 5 - 2012, juli 7).
        • J. Verkerk, I.F. van Meerkerk & M.W. van Buuren (2011). Multilevel water governance from a complexity perspective. ESF Conference "Water Governance: Meeting the Challenges of Global Change": Obergurgl (2011, juni 5 - 2011, juni 10).
        • J. Verkerk & M.W. van Buuren (2011). Climate adaptation processes in a multi-level governance setting. Principles for effective system synchronization in the Dutch Delta. IGS - SENSE Conference: Resilient Societies - Governing Risk and Vulnerability: for Water, Energy and Climate Change: Enschede (2011, oktober 19 - 2011, oktober 21).
        • G.J. Custers, M. Kooistra, J. van Popering - Verkerk, S.N. Blok & M.J. Nederhand (2018). Initiatief (editors).
        • B. Pel, J. Verkerk, M.W. van Buuren & J. Edelenbos (2013). Intersections in delta development: analyzing actors for complexity-sensitive spatial concepts. Challenges of Making Public Administration and Complexity Theory Work: La Verne (2013, juni 5 - 2013, juni 8).
        • J. Verkerk (2013). Decision-making by networks and procedrues: realizing effective decision-making in complex multi-level governance processes. IRSPM conference: Prague (2013, april 10 - 2013, april 12).
  • Academic Researcher

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Department
    Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Public Administration
    Country
    The Netherlands

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam