Staff members with discipline Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary
Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.
Academically, teaches and supervises Ma level. Research interests: organisational learning and change, information management, disaster and innovation and new solution management and integration.
Rapid and technical assessments; Needs assessment; Monitoring & Evaluation; Capacity building; Real Time and Post Evaluations; Organisational Learning; Organisational change processes; Management coaching; Innovation in the third sector and, Not for profit start-ups.
Other areas of interest: interaction between innovation, technology and culture; interdisciplinary collaboration; data visualisations and visual culture
My project is supervised by Dr. M.J. Schroevers, Prof. Dr. A.V. Ranchor and Dr. J. Fleer.
Higher and Vocational Education
(Professional) Learning Communities
Life long learning
Data Protection Law
Privacy, communication technologies and indigenous peoples
- Knowledge Infrastructures (Knowledge production processes)
- Epistemology of big data/algorithms
- Politics/Normativity in the more-than-human world
Research methods: qualitative and quantitative
Learning for Sustainable Development
- Open Science
More info: https://heiningave.github.io/aboutme
Particular fields of interest in this perspective are: imagined futures, the governance of innovations, science and technology studies, the politics of sustainability transitions.
- Peer dynamics and their antecedents and outcomes
- Transition processes from adolescence through adulthood
- Quantitative methods to model development
regional and state planning
roles of planners
Adaptiive Planning and Programming
Public-public and Public-private cooperation
Project- and program management
Market systems and dynamic contracting
Governance en institutional design
Culture, memory, identity, and heritage
Central and Eastern Europe, especially Western Balkans/the former Yugoslavia
Language and literature, film and media
He is the co-author and co-editor of various books, such as Euroscepticism as a Transnational and pan-European Phenomenon (Routledge, 2017); After Austerity (Oxford University Press, 2017); the Routledge Handbook of Euroscepticism (Routledge, 2018); Attitudes, Aspirations and Welfare (Palgrave, 2018); and Differentiated Integration and Disintegration in a Post-Brexit Era (Routledge, 2020). His articles have been published in journals such as Policy & Politics, the Journal of European Public Policy, the Journal of Common Market Studies, Politics, Comparative European Politics, and Social Policy & Administration. He is the co-founder and co-director of the UACES-funded Research Network on “Differentiated Integration in the European Union after Brexit”.
Geographies of feelings, emotions, affects and senses;
Anthropology of tourism;
Anthropology of disaster;
> Adaptive Planning and Responsiveness
> Governance and Networks
> Infrastructure Planning
> Institutional Theory, Analysis, and Design
> Network of Networks, System of Systems
> Policy Coordination and Integration
> Scenario and Delphi Studies
> Serious Gaming
Evaluation: Effectiveness of Impact Assessments
Peer relations (social networks)
Quantitative research methods for longitudinal research
social impact assessment and management; social performance; social licence to operate; social sustainability; sense of place; place attachment; community engagement; public participation; corporate social responsibility; human rights impact assessment; social aspects of climate change; social aspects of natural resource management; technology assessment; applied social research; cultural geography (social/human geography); environmental sociology; rural sociology; sociology of food and agriculture
Other matters to note:
Prof Vanclay was awarded the 2014 Individual Award from the International Association for Impact Assessment for his sustained contribution to the theory and practice of social impact assessment.
Prof Vanclay has been a visiting professor with: the University of Eastern Finland, 2012; the University of Sao Paulo (San Carlos campus), Brazil, 2012; the University of Southern Queensland, 2016; National Taiwan University, 2017; and the North West A&F University, China, 2017.
Prof Vanclay was President of the International Rural Sociology Association from 2000 to 2004. He also has a long affiliation with the International Association for Impact Assessment including sometime member of the Board of Directors, and various Committee Chair appointments
* Innovative organizational designs, such as multiteam systems, that can be used for combining the unique expertise of diverse groups in complex and dynamic task environments.