José Nederhand is a PhD Researcher at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her main research interests are collaborative governance, co…
José Nederhand is a PhD Researcher at the Department of Public Administration and Sociology at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Her main research interests are collaborative governance, co-production and community self-organization.
Her research focuses on the transformation of modern welfare states. Particularly, she studies the changing roles of local governments and self-organizing care collectives by adopting a mixed-method approach. Supervisors of the research project are Prof. Dr. Erik Hans Klijn and Prof. Dr. Martijn van der Steen.
Her work has been published in renowned public administration journals, such as Public Management Review, Policy & Politics and Administration & Society. Furthermore, she has received various awards for her work, such as the Osborne Best Paper Award and the Prof. H.W. Lambersprijs.
Next to her work as at Erasmus University Rotterdam, she is also involved as a researcher in the Nederlandse School voor Openbaar Bestuur (NSOB) in the Hague: the country's premier provider of public sector executive education and an independent center of applied research, critical thought and strategic advice about politics and governance.
She holds a Master's degree in Public Administration and a Research Master's degree in Media Studies from Erasmus University Rotterdam.
M.J. Nederhand & I.F. van Meerkerk (2018). Case study - Co-Production of Care Services: Co-opting Citizens in the Reform Agenda. In T. Brandsen, T. Steen & B. Verschuere (Eds.), Co-Production and Co-Creation. Engaging Citizens in Public Services. New York: Routledge
V.J.J.M. Bekkers, J. Edelenbos, M.J. Nederhand, A.J. Steijn, L.G. Tummers & W.H. Voorberg (2014). The Social Innovation Perspective in the Public Sector: Co-Creation, Self-Organization and Meta-Governance. In J. Edelenbos, V.J.J.M. Bekkers & A.J. Steijn (Eds.), Innovation in the public sector: linking capacity and leadership. Palgrave McMillan
W. Van Acker, G. Bouckert, W. Frees, J. Nemec, C. Lawson, A. Matei, C. Savulescu, E. Monthubert, M.J. Nederhand & S. Flemig (2015). Mapping and Analysing the Recommendations of Ombuds-men, Audit Offices and Emerging Accountability Mechanisms. (Extern rapport). Leuven: LIPSE
M. van der Steen, A. Frankowski, M.J. Nederhand & N. Chin-A-Fat (2015). Gestuurde samenwerking: Wat doen onderwijs- en cultuurinstellingen met de samenwerkingsagenda van het Ministerie van OCW? (Extern rapport). : NSOB
M.J. Nederhand & E.H. 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. In EGPA Conference. Toulouse
M.J. Nederhand & I.F. van Meerkerk (2016). Osborne Best Paper Award. Wetenschappelijk.
M.J. Nederhand (2015). Prof. H.W. Lambersprijs. Wetenschappelijk.
M.J. Nederhand (2018). Recognition of Excellence. Award for PhD Excellence: Runner-up Best Article and Best Paper. Overig.
M.J. Nederhand, W.H. Voorberg, V.J.J.M. Bekkers & L.G. Tummers (2015). The Social Innovation Game. LIPSE: Rotterdam.
M.J. Nederhand (2017, mei 19). Social Innovation. Utrecht University, Guest Seminar Master Bestuur en Beleid.