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  • Keulemans, S. & Groeneveld, S. (2019). Supervisory leadership at the frontlines: Street-level discretion, supervisor influence, and street-level bureaucrats’ attitude towards clients. Journal of Public Administration Research and TheoryAdvanced accessdoi.org/10.1093/jopart/muz019
  • Wigger, A. The new EU industrial policy: authoritarian neoliberal structural adjustment and the case for alternatives. Globalizations16(3), 2019, 353-369.
  • Bart van Leeuwen, If We Are Flâneurs, Can We Be Cosmopolitans?, Urban Studies, 56(2), 2019, 301-316
  • Niels Spierings & Kristof Jacobs, ‘Political parties and social media campaigning. Acta Politica (54)1, 2019,  145-173
  • Bart van Leeuwen and Michael Merry, Should the Homeless Be Forcibly Helped? in Public Health Ethics, (12)1, 2019,  30–43,
  • Spierings, Niels, Kristof Jacobs, and Nik Linders. Keeping an Eye on the People: Who Has Access to MPs on Twitter?. Social Science Computer Review (37)2, 2019: 160-177
  • Indra Römgens, De aanpak van belastingontwijking door de EU: gerichte maatregelen zonder structurele verandering’, Beleid en Maatschapij in March 2019, online
  • L. Delsen, A Lehr, Value matters or values matter? An analysis of heterogeneity in preferences for sustainable investments, Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, (9)3, 2019, 240-261.
  • Thomas Eimer (with Tom Bartels): From consent to consultation: Indigenous self-determination and the new environmental constitutionalism, in: Environmental Politics, DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2019.1595884
  • Meijers, M.J. & van der Veer, H. (2018)  “MEP Responses to Democratic Backsliding EU Member-States. An Analysis of Parliamentary Questions and Motions on Hungary, Romania and Poland”. Journal for Common Market Studieshttps://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12850
  • Brandl, Bernd, and Alex Lehr. "The strange non-death of employer and business associations: An analysis of their representativeness and activities in Western European countries." Economic and Industrial Democracy (2016): DOI 0143831X16669842.
  • M. Wissenburg, ‘The concept of nature in libertarianism’, Ethics, Policy & Environment 2018/21 Print ISSN: 2155-0085 Online ISSN: 2155-0093; accepted 20 April 2018.
  • Niek Kok & Bertjan Verbeek, “Individual leadership and effective small state foreign policy: Luxembourg and the seat of the European institutions”, Acta Politica, on line publication doi.org/10.1057/s41269-018-0099-8
  • Jacobs, Kristof, and Niels Spierings. "A populist paradise? Examining populists’ Twitter adoption and use." Information, Communication & Society (2018): 1-16. Online
  • Jutta Joachim, Explaining variation in global norm implementation by regional organizations: UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace, and security in the OSCE and the EU (with Anne Jenichen and Andrea Schneiker), in: International Political Science Review online 2018 doi.org/10.1177/0192512118787429
  • Jutta Joachim How to Analyze Social Media? Assessing the Promise of Mixed-Methods Designs for Studying Twitter Feeds of PMSCs (with Jutta Joachim, Magnus Dau, Marlen Martin, Henriette Lange), International Studies Perspectives online DOI: 10.1093/isp/eky013
  • Alons, G.C. (2019) The Advantage of Paradigmatic Contestation in Shaping and Selling Public Policies, Journal of Public Policy. Online publication
  • Bertjan Verbeek & Andrej Zaslove, Contested Issues surrounding Populism in Public and Academic Debate. International Spectator. Italian Journal of International Relations 2019/2
  • Carolien van Ham, Holly Ann Garnett, Building impartial electoral management? Institutional design, independence and electoral integrity, International Political Science Review https://doi.org/10.1177/0192512119834573 | First Published April 22, 2019
  • James, T. S., Garnett, H. A., Loeber, L., & van Ham, C. (2019). Electoral management and the organisational determinants of electoral integrity: Introduction. International Political Science Review online 2019
  • Bram Geurkink, Kristof Jacobs, Roderick Sluiter, Andrej Zaslove, Populist Attitudes, Political Trust, and External Political Efficacy: Old Wine in New Bottles? Political Studies online 2019 https://doi.org/10.1177/0032321719842768
  • Bertjan Verbeek and Andrej Zaslove, “Has Populism Eroded the Quality of European Democracy? Insights from Italy and the Netherlands”, in Kurt Weyland and Raul Madrid (eds.) Why US Democracy will Trump Populism. Lessons from European and Latin American Populism, Cambridge University Press, 2019, forthcoming, pp. 84-109.
  • Gaard Kets, The “Forgotten” German Revolution: A Conceptual Map, in Gaard Kets and James Muldoon, The German Revolution and Political Theory, London: Palgrave, 2019,pp. 1-22
  • Gaard Kets, Working-Class Politics in the Bremen Council Republic, in Gaard Kets and James Muldoon, The German Revolution and Political Theory, London: Palgrave, 2019,pp. 91-111
  • MLJ Wissenburg, M Arias Maldonado, Z Trachtenberg, Geo-engineering: a curse or a blessing for liberal democracy? In Arias Maldonado, M.; Trachtenberg, Z.(eds.), Rethinking the Environment for the Anthropocene London: Routledge, pp.153-165.
  • Roggeband C., van der Vleuten A., van Eerdewijk A. (2020) Feminist Engagement with Gender Equality in Regional Governance. In: Engberg-Pedersen L., Fejerskov A., Cold-Ravnkilde S. (eds) Rethinking Gender Equality in Global Governance. Palgrave Macmillan, pp 71-95
  • Gaard Kets & James Muldoon (eds) The German Revolution and Political Theory, London: Palgrave, 2019
  • Joachim, Jutta and Schneiker, Andrea, Private Security and Identity Politics: Ethical Hero Warriors, Professional Managers and New Humanitarians. London and New York: Routledge Press 2019
  • Monique Leyenaar, Jantine Oldersma, en Kees Niemöller, Een eeuw vrouwenkiesrecht, Amsterdam University Press, 2019
  • Ahrens, Petra, and Anna van der Vleuten. "Fish Fingers and Measles? Assessing Complex Gender Equality in the Scenarios for the Future of Europe." JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies (2019) on line publication
  • Daniel Polman, Participation of Implementing Agencies in European Administrative Networks, November 2019 Journal of Common Market Studies, DOI: 10.1111/jcms.12990 online publication.
  • Zhelyazkova, Asya, Jørgen Bølstad, and Maurits J. Meijers. "Understanding responsiveness in European Union politics: introducing the debate." Journal of European Public Policy online first (2019): 1-9
  • Meijers, Maurits J., and Christopher J. Williams. "When shifting backfires: the electoral consequences of responding to niche party EU positions." Journal of European Public Policy online first (2019): 1-20.
  • Meijers, Maurits J., Christina J. Schneider, and Asya Zhelyazkova. "Dimensions of input responsiveness in the EU: actors, publics, venues." Journal of European Public Policy online first (2019): 1-13.
  • Eimer, Thomas R. "What if the subaltern speaks? Traditional knowledge policies in Brazil and India." Third World Quarterly (2019): 1-17. online publication
  • Gerrit Voerman en Koen Vossen (red.), Wilders Gewogen. 15 jaar reuring in de Nederlandse politiek, Amsterdam: Boom, 2019.
  • Bouwman, R.B., Thiel, S. van, Deemen, A.M.A. van & Rouwette, E.A.J.A. (2018). Accountability and Coalitions: Evidence from a Negotiation Experiment. Public Administration Review, 78 (1), 37-47. doi: 10.1111/puar.12858
  • Brandsen, T., Trommel, W., Verschuere, B. “The state and the reconstruction of civil society”, International Review of Administrative Sciences, 2017(83), 4. ISSN: 0020-85238523.
  • Brandsen, T., Honingh, M. (2016), “Distinguishing different types of co-production: a conceptual analysis based on the classical definitions”, Public Administration Review, 76(3), pp. 427–435.
  • Dörrenbächer, N. & Mastenbroek, E. (2019). Passing the buck? Analysing the delegation of discretion after EU transposition. Regulation & Governance, 13 (1), 70-85. doi: 10.1111/rego.12153
  • Kruyen, P.M. & Genugten, M.L. van (2017). Creativity in local government: Definition and determinants. Public Administration, 95 (3), 825-841. doi: 10.1111/padm.12332
  • Mastenbroek, E. & Sindbjerg Martinsen, D. (2018). Filling the gap in the European administrative space: The role of administrative networks in EU implementation and enforcement. Journal of European Public Policy, 25 (3), 422-435. doi: 10.1080/13501763.2017.129814
  • Ongaro & S. van Thiel (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Public Administration and Management in Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Overman, S.P. & Thiel, S. van (2016). Agencification and Public Sector Performance: A systematic comparison in 20 countries. Public Management Review, 18 (4), 611-635. doi: 10.1080/14719037.2015.1028973
  • Tholen, B. (2017). Virtue and Responsibility in Policy Research and Advice. London: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Michiel S. de Vries. (2016) Understanding Public Administration. publ. Palgrave, MacMillan, London, New York. ISBN 987-1-137-57545-6.
  • Jansen, M.M. & Verweij, D. (in press). Officer Bildung: A philosophical investigation of preconditions for military character education. In W. Klinkert, M. Bollen, M.M. Jansen, E.H. Kramer & L.Vos (eds.), Netherlands annual review of military studies 2019. The Hague: TMC Asser Press.
  • Jansen, M.M., Braender, M. & Moelker, R. (in press). What sets the officer apart? ​​In W. Klinkert, M. Bollen, M.M. Jansen, E.H. Kramer & L. Vos (eds.), Netherlands annual review of military studies 2019. The Hague: TMC Asser Press.
  • Jansen, M.M. & Delahaij, R. (2019). Leadership Acceptance through the lens of social identity theory​: A case study of military leadership in Afghanistan. Armed Forces and Society. (online publication first).
  • Gemma van der Haar & Mathijs van Leeuwen ‘Perspective - War-induced displacement: Hard choices in land governance’, Land, 8(6):88.
  • Lenfant, F. (2018, June 25-26). Presentation: Multistakeholder partnerships and Business in Conflict Areas in Central Africa, at the Center for Sustainable Development Studies second Conference, Amsterdam.
  • Lenfant, F. (2018, all year). Lectures: Conflict Aid and Development. CICAM, Center for International Conflict Analysis and Management, Radboud University, Nijmegen.
  • D.Verweij en T. Molendijk (2019), ‘Voorkomen is beter dan genezen: Moral injury vanuit macro- en micro perspectief’, in Giessen van der, M. e.a. (red) (2019)  Veteranen: Veteranen en Veteranenbeleid in Nederland, Wolters Kluwer, Deventer,  p.165 – 184
  • M.C.de Graaff, E.Giebels, D.Meijer, D.Verweij (2019) ‘Sensemaking in Military critical Incidents: The Impact of Moral Intensity’, in Business & Society, vol 58, issue 4, 2019,  pp 749-778
  • Verweij, D. (2019) ‘Over ‘caritas’ en de belofte van de ‘juiste intentie’. Terug naar de wortels van rechtvaardigheid in oorlog’, in themanummer Oorlog en Rechtvaardigheid, Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 2019 Vol.111, no. 1
  • D.Verweij en T. Molendijk (2019), ‘Voorkomen is beter dan genezen: Moral injury vanuit macro- en micro perspectief’, in Giessen van der, M. e.a. (red) (2019)  Veteranen: Veteranen en Veteranenbeleid in Nederland, Wolters Kluwer, Deventer,  p.165 – 184
  • Spagat, M., Johnson, N., van Weezel, S. (2018). Fundamental patterns and predictions of event size distributions in modern wars and terrorist campaigns. PLOS One 13 (10): e0204639.​
  • Spagat, M., van Weezel, S. (2018). Terms and conditions still apply: A rejoinder to Hagopian et al. Research and Politics 5(1).​
  • Spagat, M., van Weezel, S. (2017). Half a million excess deaths in the Iraq war: Terms and conditions may apply. Research and Politics 4(4).​
  • Swedlund, Haley J., and Malte Lierl. "The rise and fall of budget support: Ownership, bargaining and donor commitment problems in foreign aid." Development Policy Review (2019).
  • Desrosiers, Marie-Eve, and Haley J. Swedlund. "Rwanda’s post-genocide foreign aid relations: Revisiting notions of exceptionalism." African Affairs (2018) online
  • Tchatchoua-Djomo, R., van der Haar, G., van Dijk, H., & van Leeuwen, M. (2018). Intricate links: Displacement, ethno-political conflict, and claim-making to land in Burundi. Geoforum. Online 2018
  • van Weezel, S. (2016). Food imports, international prices, and violence in Africa. Oxford Economic Papers 68(3): 758-781.​
  • van Weezel, S. (2015). Economic shocks and civil conflict onset in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1981-2010. Defence and Peace Economics 26(2): 153-177.