prof.dr. (Martin) WM de Jong

prof.dr. (Martin) WM de Jong
Full professor Erasmus School of Law Erasmus Initiative Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity (DOIP)
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Email
w.m.jong@law.eur.nl
Full professor Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Department of Business-Society Management
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
G3A-05
Email
w.m.dejong@rsm.nl
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Prof. dr. W.M. (Martin) de Jong is Scientific Director of the Erasmus Initiative 'Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity', one of Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) flagship research initiatives. It was jointly established by Erasmus School of Law (ESL), Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) and Erasmus School of Philosophy (ESPhil) and aims to gain knowledge on the inclusion of weak or less-well represented stakeholders in governance and management. It also has an agenda setting role in the broader societal and political debate on this topic.

Along with the above position he is professor at both ESL and RSM (each for 50% of his time) and has a part-time professor position at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs (SIRPA) of Fudan University in Shanghai. Given his 25 year international experience in research, education and entrepreneurship on public policy, decision making, urban studies, infrastructure development and cross-cultural management, it is his goal to make the initiative both locally relevant through knowledge dissemination in the Randstad Area and to give it strong global exposure by establishing partnerships in a number of leading universities around the world.

Martin de Jong (born 1970 in Vlaardingen, married, three children) has obtained his master’s degree in Public Administration from Erasmus University Rotterdam and Leiden University (joint degree) in 1993. He obtained his PhD degree in Systems Engineering and Policy Analysis from Delft University of Technology in 1999. He spent 25 years of his working life at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management of Delft University of Technology and climbed the ranks there from PhD student to Antoni van Leeuwenhoek research professor in ‘urban and infrastructure development in China’. In this period he has also worked or been a visiting scholar at University of Amsterdam, George Mason University, Aalto University, Harbin Institute of Technology and Dalian University of Technology. He has been an advisor to the Second Chamber of Dutch Parliament, the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, the Dutch national gas enterprise, Eurocities, the Nordic Road Federation, the Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communication, the Chinese cities of Shenzhen (Guangdong province) and Jingmen (Hubei province) and a host of other organisations.

During his career, Martin de Jong has specialized in the following topics: policy and governance, planning and decision-making in China, transport infrastructures, sustainable urban development, city branding, Corporate Social Responsibility and cross-cultural management.

  • Filippos K. Zisopoulos, Daan Schraven & Martin de Jong (2022) - Towards the regenerative city – Insights by applying tools from regenerative economics at the EU level
  • Martin de Jong, Filippos Zisopoulos, Zhaowen Liu & Marianne Breijer (2022) - Simron Singh
  • Filippos K. Zisopoulos, Dominik Noll, Simron Singh, Daan Schraven, Martin de Jong, Brian D. Fath, Sally Goerner, Robert E. Ulanowicz & Dan Fiscus (2022) - Regenerative economics at the service of islands: Assessing the socio-economic metabolism of Samothraki in Greece
  • Martin de Jong, Marianne Breijer, Anne Hoffmann, Filippos K. Zisopoulos, Daan Schraven, Dominika Teigiserova, Zhaowen Liu, Quirien Reijtenbagh, Xin Tong, Ling Han, Ingrid Zeegers, Martijn Ten Kate & Afsaneh Moradi (2022) - Towards inclusive and circular urban waste management systems
  • Filippos K. Zisopoulos, Martin de Jong, Dominika A. Teigiserova, Daan Schraven, Wenting Ma, Zhaowen Liu & Hedy Razoky (2021) - 1st physical meeting of IWWCs NL team
  • Filippos K. Zisopoulos, Daan Schraven & Martin de Jong (2021) - An ecological perspective for developing circular urban waste management systems in the EU
  • Filippos K. Zisopoulos, Daan Schraven & Martin de Jong (2021) - Ascendency analysis as a diagnostic tool for the robustness of resource flow networks – Insights from the EU27 and its potential for assessing waste management systems of small islands
  • Filippos K. Zisopoulos, Martin de Jong, Xin Tong, Liang Dong, Zhaowen Liu, Luo Xiao, Wenting Ma, Arjan Harbers & Ling Han (2021) - 1st IWWCs internal webinar (NL+CN team)
  • Martin Jong (2007) - Journal 'Knowledge, Technology and Policy' (External organisation)
  • Martin Jong, H van der Voort & R Van Wendel de Joode (2004) - Knowledge, Technology and Policy (Journal)

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    Co-creating Safety and Security: Essays on bridging disparate needs and requirements to foster safety and security

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