Department of Environmental Policy Analysis: publications 2009

Books
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  • Biermann, F. & Siebenhüner, B. (2009). Managers of Global Change - The Influence of International Environmental Bureaucracies. ISBN 978-0-262-51236-7. Cambridge, Massachusetts / London, England: The MIT Press.
  • Biermann, F., Siebenhüner, B. & Schreyögg, A. (2009). International Organizations in Global Environmental Governance. ISBN 978-0-415-46925-8. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Boersema, J.J. & Reijnders, L. (2009). Principles of Environmental Sciences. ISBN 978-1-4020-9157-5. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Dellapenna, J.W. & Gupta, J. (2009). The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water. ISBN 9781402098666. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer verlag.
  • Etty, T.F.M. & Somsen, J. (2009). The Yearbook of European Environmental Law. The Yearbook of European Environmental Law. ISBN 9780199545261. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (eds.) (2009). Water Policy entrepreneurs. A Research Companion to the Water Transitions around the Globe. ISBN 978-1-84844-331-0. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 
  • Tienhaara, K. (2009). The Expropriation of Environmental Governance: Protecting Foreign Investors at the Expense of Public Policy. ISBN 9780521114875. Cambridge: University Press.
Journal articles
  • Bastos Lima, M.G. (2009). Biofuel Governance and International Legal Principles: Is It Equitable and Sustainable? Melbourne Journal of International Law 10(2), 470-492. 
  • Biermann, F., Davies, O. & van der Grijp, N. (2009). Environmental policy integration and the architecture of global environmental governance. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 9(4), 351-369.
  • Biermann, F., Pattberg, P., van Asselt, H. & Zelli, F. (2009). The Fragmentation of Global Governance Architectures: A Framework for Analysis. Global Environmental Politics 9(4), 14-40.
  • Blowers, A., Boersema, J.J. & Martin, A. (2009). Whatever happened to environmental politics? Town & Country Planning July/August, 311-315.
  • Boersema, J.J. (2009). Levensbeschouwing en duurzaamheid. Wijsgerig Perspectief 49(1), 30-37.
  • Boersema, J.J., Blowers, A. & Martin, A. (2009). Biodiversity loss, poverty and climate change: can one solution fit all? Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 6(4), 239-246.
  • Cuppen, E., Hisschemöller, M. & Midden, C. (2009). Bias in the exchange of arguments: the case of scientists' evaluation of lay viewpoints on GM food. Public Understanding of Science 18(5), 591-607.
  • de Boer, J., Boersema, J.J. & Aiking, H. (2009). Consumers' motivational associations favoring free-range meat or less meat. Ecological Economics 68(3), 850-860.
  • Dellink, R., den Elzen, M.G.J., Aiking, H., Bergsma, E., Berkhout, F., Dekker, T. & Gupta, J. (2009). Sharing the burden of financing adaptation to climate change. Global Environmental Change 19(4), 411-421.
  • Dingwerth, K. & Pattberg, P. (2009). World Politics and Organizational Fields: The Case of Transnational Sustainability Governance. European Journal of International Relations 15 (4), 707-743.
  • Frantzi, S., Carter, N.T. & Lovett, J.C. (2009). Exploring discourses on international environmental regime effectiveness with Q methodology: A case study of the Mediterranean Action Plan. Journal of Environmental Management 90(1), 177-186.
  • Gupta, J. & Ivanova, A. (2009). Global energy efficiency governance in the context of climate politics. Energy Efficiency 2(4), 339-352.
  • Gupta, J. & van der Zaag, P. (2009). The Politics of Water Science: On Unresolved Water Problems and Biased Research Agendas. Global Environmental Politics 9(2), 14-23.
  • Gupta, J. (2009). Climate change and development cooperation: Trends and Questions. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 1(2), 1-7.
  • Haug, C. & Huitema, D. (2009). Leren van een beleidsexercitie. De casus van 'burden sharing' in het Europese klimaatbeleid. Bestuurskunde 18(3), 36-46.
  • Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (2009). De adaptiviteit van beleid - De rol van beleidsentrepreneurs. Bestuurskunde 18(4), 38-47.
  • Huitema, D. & Turnhout, E. (2009). Working on the boundary between science and policy. A discursive analysis of boundary work at the Netherlands Environment Agency. Environmental Politics 18(4), 576-594.
  • Huitema, D., Mostert, E., Egas, W., Moellenkamp, S., Pahl-Wostl, C. & Yalcin, R. (2009). Adaptive Water Governanace: Assessing the Institutional Prescriptions of Adaptive (Co-)Management from a Governance Perspective and Defining a Research Agenda. Ecology and Society 14(1-26), 1-19.
  • Hulme, M., Boykoff, M., Gupta, J., Heyd, T., Jaeger, J., Jamieson, D., Carmen Lemos, M., O'Brien, K., Robberts, T., Rockström, J. & Vogel, C. (2009). Conference Covered Climate from All Angles. Science  324(5929), 881-882.
  • Ingram, H. & Huitema, D. (2009). Beleid en democratie - Over hoe beleidsontwerp en -uitvoering van invloed zijn op het functioneren van de democratie. Bestuurskunde 18(1), 45-53.
  • Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, S.I. & van Asselt, H. (2009). Introduction: exploring and explaining the Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 9(3), 195-211.
  • Klijn, A.-M., Gupta, J. & Nijboer, A. (2009). Privatizing Environmental Resources: The Need for Supervision of Clean Development Mechanism Contracts? Review of European Community and International Environmental Law 18(2), 172-184.
  • Martin, A., Blowers, A. & Boersema, J.J. (2009). Do we want green growth or a green recession? - Editorial. Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 6(1), 1-7.
  • Mert, A. (2009). Partnerships for sustainable development as discursive practice: Shifts in discourses of environment and democracy. Forest Policy and Economics 11, 109-122.
  • Neerhof, A.R., van der Woerd, K.F. & van der Grijp, N.M. (2009). De stand van professionalisering van de milieuhandhaving. Tijdschrift voor Omgevingsrecht 1, 7-22.
  • Pattberg, P. & Okechukwu, E. (2009). The Business of Transnational Climate Governance: Legitimate, Accountable, and Transparent? St Anthony's International Review 5(1), 76-98.
  • Pattberg, P. (2009). How Climate Change Became a Business Risk. Risk & Regulation Summer 2009, 14-15.
  • Tamis, W.L.M., van Dommelen, A. & de Snoo, G.R. (2009). Lack of transparency on environmental risks of genetically modified micro-organisms in industrial biotechnology. Journal of Cleaner Production 17, 581-592.
  • van Asselt, H. & Gupta, J. (2009). Stretching too far: Developing countries and the role of flexibility mechanisms beyond Kyoto. Stanford Journal of Environmental Law 28(2), 311-378.
  • van Asselt, H., Kanie, N. & Iguchi, M. (2009). Japan's position in international climate policy: navigating between Kyoto and the APP. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 9(3), 319-336.
  • van de Kerkhof, M., Cuppen, E. & Hisschemöller, M. (2009). The repertory grid to unfold conflicting positions: The case of a stakeholder dialogue on prospects of hydrogen. Technological Forecasting & Social Change 76, 422-432.
  • van der Zaag, P., Gupta, J. & Darvis, P. (2009). HESS Opinions: "Urgent water challenges are not sufficiently researched". Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13, 905-912. 
  • Vasileiadou, E. & Vliegenthart, R. (2009). Research productivity in the era of the internet revisited. Research Policy 38(8), 1260-1268.
  • Vasileiadou, E. (2009). Stabilisation operationalised: Using time series analysis to understand the dynamics of research collaboration.  Journal of Informetrics 3, 36-48.
Book chapters
  • Bauer, S., Biermann, F., Dingwerth, K. & Siebenhüner, B. (2009). Understanding international bureaucracies. Taking stock. In Biermann, F. & Siebenhüner, B. (eds.), Managers of Global Change. The Influence of International Environmental Bureaucracies. (pp. 15-36). Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press.
  • Biermann, F. & Siebenhüner, B. (2009). The influence of international bureaucracies in world politics. Findings from the MANUS research program. In Biermann, F. & Siebenhüner, B. (eds.), Managers of Global Change. The Influence of International Environmental Bureaucracies. (pp. 319-349). Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press.
  • Biermann, F. & Siebenhüner, B. (2009). The role and relevance of international bureaucracies. Setting the stage. In Biermann, F. & Siebenhüner, B. (eds.), Managers of Global Change. The Influence of International Environmental Bureaucracies. (pp. 1-14). Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press.
  • Biermann, F., Siebenhüner, B. & Schreyögg, A. (2009). Global environmental governance and international organizations: Setting the stage. In Biermann, F., Siebenhüner, B. & Schreyögg, A. (eds.), International Organisations in Global Environmental Governance. (pp. 1-16). London and New York: Routledge.
  • Biermann, F., Siebenhüner, B., Bauer, S., Busch, P.-O., Campe, S., Dingwerth, K., Grothmann, T., Marschinski, R. & Taradell, M. (2009). Studying the influence of international bureaucracies. A conceptual framework. In Biermann, F. & Siebenhüner, B. (eds.), Managers of Global Change - The Influence of International Environmental Bureaucracies. (pp. 37-74). Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press.
  • Boersema, J.J. (2009). Environmental Sciences, Sustainability, and Quality. In Boersema, J.J. & Reijnders, L. (eds.), Principles of Environmental Sciences. (pp. 3-15). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Boersema, J.J. (2009). Integration. In Boersema, J.J. & Reijnders, L. (eds.), Principles of Environmental Sciences. (pp. 335-345). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Cullet, P. & Gupta, J. (2009). Evolution of Water Law and Policy in India. In Dellapenna, J.W. & Gupta, J. (eds.), The Evolution of the Law and Politics of water. (pp. 157-174). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Verlag.
  • Cuppen, E. (2009). Constructive Conflict Methodology for stakeholder dialogues. In Heinen, M. (ed.), Climate Research Netherlands - Research Highlights. (pp. 55-55). Wageningen: Climate Changes Spatial Planning and Knowledge for Climate.
  • de Boer, J. (2009). Frames and tools for public participation. In Heinen, M. (ed.), Climate Research Netherlands - Research Highlights. (pp. 50-54). Wageningen: Climate Changes Spatial Planning and Knowledge for Climate.
  • Dellapenna, J.W. & Gupta, J. (2009). Introduction. In Dellapenna, J.W. & Gupta, J. (eds.), The Evolution of the Law and Politics of water. (pp. 3-20). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Verlag.
  • Dingwerth, K. & Pattberg, P. (2009). Arenas, Actors and Issues in Global Governance. In Whitman, J. (ed.), The Fundamentals of Global Governance. (pp. 41-65). Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Etty, T.F.M. (2009). International Biotechnology Law and Policy: Year in Review (2007). In Hunter, D. & Fauchauld, O.K. (eds.), The Yearbook of International Environmental Law, Volume 18. (pp. 501-531). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Gupta, J. & Dellapenna, J.W. (2009). The Challenges for the Twenty First Century: A Critical Approach. In Dellapenna, J.W. & Gupta, J. (eds.), The Evolution of the Law and Politics of Water. (pp. 391-410). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Verlag.
  • Gupta, J. (2009). Climate Change and development (Cooperation). In Salih, M. (ed.), Sustainable Development: New Challenges for Poverty Reduction. (pp. 94-108). London: Edward Elgar.
  • Gupta, J. (2009). Climate Change, Development and Evaluation: Can Flexibility Instruments Promote Sustainable Development. In van den Berg, R.D. & Feinstein, O.S. (eds.), Evaluating Climate Change and Development. (pp. 47-64). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers.
  • Gupta, J. (2009). Driving Forces Around Global Fresh Water Governance. In Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (eds.), Water Policy entrepreneurs. A Research Companion to the Water Transitions around the Globe. (pp. 37-57). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Gupta, J. (2009). Understanding the Global Catch-22 is Critical to Integrating Developing Country Interests Into the Global Climate Regime. In Rodi, M. & Mehling, M.A. (eds.), Bridging the Divide in Global Climate Policy: Strategies for Enhanced Participation and Integration. (pp. 63-79). Berlin: Der Juristische Verlag, Lexxion.
  • Hisschemöller, M., Eberg, J., Engels, A. & von Moltke, K. (2009). Environmental Institutions and Learning: Perspectives from the Policy Sciences. In Boersema, J.J. & Reijnders, L. (eds.), Principles of Environmental Science. (pp. 281-303). Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (2009). Policy dynamics in Dutch water management - Analysing the contribution of policy entrepreneurs to policy change. In Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (eds.), Water Policy entrepreneurs. A Research Companion to the Water Transitions around the Globe. (pp. 349-368). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (2009). Transitions in water management: positioning this book. In Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (eds.), Water Policy entrepreneurs. A Research Companion to the Water Transitions around the Globe. (pp. 3-22). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (2009). Understanding and managing water transitions: a policy science perspective. In Meijerink, S. & Huitema, D. (eds.), Water Policy entrepreneurs. A Research Companion to the Water Transitions around the GlobeTransitions. (pp. 23-36). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Huitema, D., van de Kerkhof, M., Bos-Gorter, L. & Ovaa, E. (2009). Public participation in water management - An analysis of innovative approaches from the Netherlands. In Folmer, H. & Reinhard, S. (eds.), Water Problems and Policies in The Netherlands. (pp. 225-248). Washington D.C.: Resources for the Future Press.
  • Meijerink, S. & Huitema, D. (2009). Water transitions, policy entrepreneurs and change strategies: lessons learned. In Huitema, D. & Meijerink, S. (eds.), Water Policy entrepreneurs. A Research Companion to the Water Transitions around the Globe. (pp. 371-391). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Pattberg, P. (2009). Gouvernance et Development Durable, Une Simple Mode? In Tubiana, L. (ed.), Regards sur la Terre 2009. (pp. 83-96). Paris: SciencesPo.
  • Pattberg, P. (2009). Private Governance Organisations in Global Environmental Politics: Exploring their Influences. In Biermann, F., Siebenhüner, B. & Schreyögg, A. (eds.), International Organizations and Global Environmental Governance. (pp. 223-243). Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Pattberg, P., Szulecki, K., Chan, S. & Mert, A. (2009). Assessing the Role and Relevance of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership in Global Sustainability Governance. In Vollmer, D. (ed.), Enhancing the Effectiveness of Sustainability Partnerships - Summary of a Workshop. (pp. 81-108). Washington DC: US National Academies Press.
  • Siebenhüner, B. & Biermann, F. (2009). International organizations in global environmental governance. In Biermann, F., Siebenhüner, B. & Schreyögg, A. (eds.), International Organisations in Global Environmental Governance. (pp. 264-269). London and New York: Routledge.
  • van Asselt, H. (2009). Diversity in Global Climate Governance: Interactions between the Asia-Pacific Partnership and the Climate Regime. In Rodi, M. (ed.), Proceedings of the Summer Academy 'Energy and the Environment' Greifswald, 2007. (pp. 81-106). Berlin: Lexxion.
 Dissertation
  • de Coninck, H.C. (2009). Technology rules! Can technology-oriented agreements help address climate change? Berkhout, F.G.H., Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit.
Book reviews
  • Gupta, J. (2009). Soil Not Oil: Climate Change, Peak Oil and Food Insecurity, Vandana Shiva, Zed Books. Environmental Planning C: Government and Policy 27(6), 1132-1133.
  • Gupta, J. (2009). Water Politics and Development Cooperation: Local Power Plays and Global Governance, Edited by: W. Scheumann, S. Neubert and M. Kipping. American Geophysics Union Journal 90(25), 218.
  • van Asselt, H. (2009). Book review essay: The emergence, implementation and future of the EU emission trading scheme. Carbon and Climate Law Review 3(1), 124-128.

 

 

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