Rianne Warsen is a PhD candidate at the department of Public Administration and Sociology (DPAS) at Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Currently, she is involved in the project 'Governance for smartening public private partnerships' within the NWO Smart Governance programme. This project focuses on smart governance solutions that are employed by public, private and societal actors to fulfil their new roles in governance structures, such as public-private partnerships. The research aims to provide knowledge on what incentives allow these actors to enhance the performance of public private partnerships and help them to realize the potential of these collaborative practices.
Within this project she studies what role perceptions and incentive structures are defined in the contract and how these perceptions and incentives relate to the quality of the relationships between public and private actors that operate in the later phases of public-private partnerships. In addition to her work as a PhD candidate, she is affiliated with consultancy firm Rebel.
Rianne holds a Bachelor's degree in Public Administration and Organizational Science and a Master's degree in Public Administration from Utrecht University. Moreover, she obtained a Research Master's degree in Public Administration and Organizational Science, a joint master programme from Utrecht University, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Tilburg University and VU University.
R. Warsen, M.J. Nederhand, S. Grotenberg, E.H. Klijn & J.F.M. Koppenjan (2017). Synergie creëren in ruimtelijke PPS-projecten. Rooilijn, 50 (2), 102-109.
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Public Administration