José Nederhand is Assistant Professor at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her research focuses on the performance and legitimacy of interactive governance.
Her work has been published in renowned public administration journals, such as Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Policy Sciences, and Public Management Review. She has received various awards, such as the Osborne Best Paper Award and the Prof. H.W. Lambersprize.
She is involved in the program management of the interdisciplinary Vital Cities and Citizens (VCC) research program in which multiple faculties collaborate to improving the quality of life in cities and increase the social and economic impact of the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
She holds a Master's degree in Public Administration and a Research Master's degree in Sociology of Culture, Media and the Arts from Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Victor Bekkers, Jurian Edelenbos, José Nederhand, Bram Steijn, LG Tummers & William Voorberg (2014) - The social innovation perspective in the public sector: co-creation, self-organization and meta-governance - Palgrave Macmillan
Malika Igalla & José Nederhand (2019) - Tying the community and administration for success? Unraveling the role of governance capacity in the performance of community-based initiatives adopting a mixed-method approach
S Douglas, O Berthod, M Groenleer & José Nederhand (2019) - Pathways to collaborative performance: Examining the different routes collaborations use to achieve effectiveness, legitimacy and adaptability.
José Nederhand (2018) - Engaged collectives, high performers? A fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis of 14 self-organizing collectives
José Nederhand, Martijn Steen & Marcus Twist (2018) - Hierarchy: blessing or curse? Boundary spanning strategies to aligning institutional logics
José Nederhand, Erik Hans Klijn, M Van der Steen & Marcus Twist (2017) - Governance strategies for self-organizing community collectives: what do public servants and citizens expect?
José Nederhand & Ingmar Meerkerk (2016) - Governmental framing of citizens in welfare services: partners or clients?
José Nederhand & Ingmar Meerkerk (2016) - Casting the role of citizens in Dutch welfare reforms: partners instead of customers?
José Nederhand, Martijn Steen & Marcus Twist (2016) - Looking inside the box. What makes collaborative processes work
Martijn Steen, José Nederhand & Marcus Twist (2016) - Is government ready for today’s society? Dilemmas of collaborative work: bridging institutional logics
Rianne Warsen, José Nederhand, Sanne Grotenbreg, Erik Hans Klijn & Joop Koppenjan (2016) - What causes good results in public-private partnerships? A survey research into the outcomes and the quality of cooperation
José Nederhand & Erik Hans Klijn (2015) - Public private partnerships and the involvement of the civil society. An inquiry into the relation between stakeholder involvement and performance in Dutch PPP projects
José Nederhand, Victor Bekkers & William Voorberg (2014) - Self-organization and the role of government: how and why does self-organization evolves in the shadow of hierarchy?
W Van Acker, G Bouckert, W Frees, J Nemec, C Lawson, A Matei, C Savulescu, E Monthubert, José Nederhand & S Flemig (2015) - Mapping and Analysing the Recommendations of Ombuds-men, Audit Offices and Emerging Accountability Mechanisms - LIPSE
Martijn Steen, A Frankowski, José Nederhand & N Chin-A-Fat (2015) - Gestuurde samenwerking: Wat doen onderwijs- en cultuurinstellingen met de samenwerkingsagenda van het Ministerie van OCW? - NSOB
José Nederhand, William Voorberg, Victor Bekkers & LG Tummers (2015) - The Social Innovation Game