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Key publications

Migration and bordering

  • Van Naerssen, T., Smith, L., Davids, T. & Marchand, M.H. (Eds.). (2016). Women, Gender, Remittances and Development in the Global South. Oxon: Routledge.
  • Jarawura, F. & Smith, L. (2015). Finding the right path: Climate change and migration in northern Ghana. In F. Hillmann, M. Pahl, B. Rafflenbeul and H. Sterly (eds). Environmental Change, adaptation and Migration in complex regional realities. London: Palgrave MacMillan publishers.
  • Smith, L. (2015). Aspirations to go: understanding the bounded rationality of prospective migrants from Ghana. In Van der Velde, M. & Van Naerssen, T. (Eds.), Mobility and Migration Choices. Thresholds to Crossing Borders. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • Van der Velde, M. & Van Naerssen, T. (eds.) (2015). Mobility and Migration Choices. Thresholds to Crossing Borders. Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Dagevos, J., Odé, A., Vries, K. de & Beckers, P.J. (Ed.). (2018). Jaarboek Migratie en Integratie. Nieuwe wegen voor vluchtelingen in Nederland. Over opvang, integratie en beleid. [New ways for refugees in the Netherlands. About housing, integration and policy]. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Muller, J. and Beckers, P.J. (2018). From skills to work: guidelines for designing policies to strengthen labor market integration of beneficiaries of international protection in the EU. The Hague: IOM.
  • Muller, J., Beckers, P.J. & Pijpers, R. (2017). Recognising the skills and competencies of non-EU foreign nationals: A case study of the healthcare sector in the Netherlands. Social Policy & Society, 16 (4), 681-691.
  • Beckers, P.J. & Boschman, S. (in press). Residential choices of foreign highly skilled workers in the Netherlands and the role of neighbourhood and urban regional characteristics. Urban Studies. doi: 10.1177/0042098017741262
  • Cranston, S., Schapendonk, J. & Spaan, E. (2018). New directions in exploring the migration industries: introduction to special issue. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44 (4), 543-557. doi: 10.1080/1369183X.2017.1315504
  • Aparna, K. & Schapendonk, J. (in press). Shifting itineraries of asylum hospitality: Towards a process geographical approach of guest-host relations. doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2018.03.024
  • Schapendonk, J. (2018). The geography of a global refugee system: A response to James Hathaway’s ‘Fixing the refugee system’.Asiel & Migrantenrecht, 64-65.
  • Van Melik, R. and Pijpers, R. (2017), Older People’s Self-Selected Spaces of Encounter in Urban Aging Environments in the Netherlands. City & Community, 16 (3), 284-303, doi: 10.1111/cico.12246

Climate & energy, biodiversity, water, and land use

  • Eerd, M.C.J. van, Dieperink, C. & Wiering, M.A. (2014). Solidarity in Transboundary Flood Risk Governance: implications of the Floods Directive’s solidarity principle for cooperation between the Netherlands and North Rhine-Westphalia, knowledge gaps and policy recommendations. (extern rapport, Theme 7: Deliverable 5.2.9). : Knowledge for Climate.
  • Eerd, M.C.J. van, Wiering, M.A. & Meijerink, S.V. (2014). HSGR 3.3 Transboundary Aspects of Water Safety. Assessment of the state-of-the-art of cross-border cooperation on water safety in the Rhine and Meuse catchments. (extern rapport). Nijmegen: Dutch Delta Programme Rivers/Radboud University.
  • Eerd, M.C.J. van, Wiering, M.A. & Meijerink, S.V. (2014). HSGR 3.3 Integrated, transboundary climate-adaptation governance: exploring essential steps for the development of a cross-border and integrated climate-adaptation strategy. (extern rapport). : Dutch Delta Programme Rivers/Radboud University
  • Meijerink, S.V., D. Huitema (2017) The institutional design, politics, and effects of a bioregional approach; observations and lessons from 11  case studies of river basin organizations. Ecology & Society. 22(2): 41[online] URL: http://doi.org/10.5751/ES-09388-220241.
  • Dewulf, A., Meijerink, S.V., Runhaar, H. (2015) The governance of adaptation to climate change as a multi-level, multi-sector and multi-actor challenge: a European comparative perspective. Journal of Water and Climate Change 6(1): 1-8. > Special issue on the governance of adaptation to climate change

Urban/place development and mobility

  • Ploegmakers, H., Beckers, P.J. & Van der Krabben, E. (2018). The impact of planning intervention on business development: evidence from the Netherlands. Urban Studies, 55(14), 3252– 3273.
  • Ache, P. 2017. Vision Making in Large Urban Settings: Unleashing Anticipation? In: POLI, R. (ed.) Handbook of Anticipation. Springer.
  • Ache, P. & Hospers, G.-J. 2016. We make space - Dutch planning in transition Town and Country Planning, 437-440.
  • Spierings, D. & Ache, P. 2018. Scaling sheltered living to fit the future? Future challenges of sheltered independent living. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 33, 339-358.
  • Hospers, G., Van Melik, R. & Ernste, (2015) (red.) Visies op de stad: Van tuindorp tot smart city. Den Haag: Boom Lemma.
  • Könst, A., Van Melik, R. & Verheul, W.J. (2018) Civic-led public space: Favourable conditions for the management of community gardens. Town Planning Review, 89(6), 575-595.
  • Schappo, P. & Van Melik, R. (2017) Meeting on the marketplace: On the integrative potential of The Hague Market. Journal of Urbanism, 10(3), 318-332.
  • Van Melik, R. & Pijpers, R. (2017) Older people's self-selected spaces of encounter in urban aging environments in The Netherlands. City & Community, 16(3), 284-303.
  • Van Melik, R. & Van der Krabben, (2016) Co-production of public space: Policy translations from New York to the Netherlands. Town Planning Review, 87(2), 139-158.