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Overview of scientific publications within the cooperation program

Journal articles

2017:

  • Willems, J.J., T. Busscher, M.A. van den Brink & J. Arts (2017), “Anticipating water infrastructure renewal: a framing perspective on organizational learning”. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, forthcoming.
  • Hamersma, M., Heinen, E., Tillema, T. and Arts, J. (2017), "Understanding a resident’s satisfaction with involvement in a highway planning process”. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (JEPM), DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2017.1339592.
  • Hamersma, M., E. Heinen, T. Tillema and J Arts (2017), “New highway development in the Netherlands, a residents’ perspective”. Transportation Research D, 51, pp. 326-339.
  • Hamersma, M., E. Heinen, T. Tillema & J. Arts (2017), “The development of highway nuisance perception - Experiences of residents along the Southern Ring Road in Groningen, the Netherlands Perceived highway nuisance in a residents' context”. Land Use Policy, 61, pp. 553-563.
  • Heeres, N. Van Dijk, T., Tillema, T. and Arts, J. (2017), ”Coping with functional interrelatedness and stakteholder fragmentation in planning at the infrastructure landuse interface”. Journal of transport and land use, 10(1), pp. 409–435.

2016:

  • Heeres, N., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2016), “Dealing with interrelatedness and fragmentation in road infrastructure planning: an analysis of integrated approaches throughout the planning process in the Netherlands”. Planning Theory & Practice, 17(3), pp. 421-443. DOI: 10.1080/14649357.2016.1193888.
  • Heeres, N., S. Lenferink, T. Tillema & J. Arts (2016), “Beyond financial value capturing? Interactions between value capturing and cooperation at the interface of road infrastructure and land use planning”. Town Planning Review, 87(2), pp.179-203. 10.3828/tpr.2016.14
  • Hamersma, M., E. Heinen, T.Tillema & J. Arts (2016), “Residents’ responses to proposed Highway projects: exploring the role of governmental information provision”. Transport Policy, 49, pp. 56-67.

2015:

  • Hijdra, A., J. Woltjer, & J. Arts (2015),” Troubled waters: an institutional analysis of ageing dutch and american waterway infrastructure”. Transport Policy, 42, pp. 64-74.
  • Hamersma, M., E. Heinen, T. Tillema & J. Arts (2015), “Residential moving intentions at highway locations: The trade-off between nuisances and accessibility in the Netherlands”. Transportation Research D, 35, pp. 130-141.
  • Busscher, T., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2015), “In search of sustainable infrastructure planning; building on historical policy shifts”. Transport Policy, 42, pp. 42-51.
  • Busscher, T., T. Tillema, J. Arts (2015), “Improving project delivery: Programmes as the silver bullet”. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 15(2), pp. 163-183.

2014:

  • Hijdra, A., J. Arts & J. Woltjer, (2014), “Do we need to rethink our waterways? – Values of ageing waterways in current and future society”. Journal of Integrated Water Management, 28 (9), pp. 2599-2613
  • Busscher, T., C. Zuidema, T. Tillema, J. Arts (2014), “Bridging gaps; governing conflicts between environmental and transport policies”. Environment and Planning A, 46(3) pp. 666 – 681
  • Hamersma, M., T. Tillema, J. Sussman, & J. Arts (2014), “Residential satisfaction close to highways: The impact of accessibility, nuisances and highway adjustment projects”. Transportation Research A, 59, pp. 106-121.
  • Hijdra, A., J. Woltjer & J. Arts, (2014), “Value creation in capital waterway projects; Application of a transaction cost and benefit framework for the Miami River and the New Orleans Inner Harbor Navigation Canal”. Land Use Policy, 38, pp. 91-103
  • Lenferink, S., W. Leendertse, J. Arts & T. Tillema (2014), “Public-private plan development: Can early private involvement strengthen infrastructure planning?”. European Planning Studies, 22(2), pp. 323-344.
  • Lenferink, S., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2014), “Life-cycle driven planning of infrastructure: Public and private experiences with more integrated approaches for managing project complexity”. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 14(2), pp.82-101

2013:

  • Busscher, T., T. Tillema, J. Arts (2013), “Revisiting a programmatic planning approach; managing linkages between transport and land use planning”, Planning Theory & Practice, 14(4), pp. 492-508
  • Lenferink, S., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2013), “Public-private interaction in contracting: Governance strategies in the competitive dialogue of Dutch infrastructure projects”. Public Administration, 91(4), pp. 928–946.
  • Lenferink, S., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2013), “Towards sustainable infrastructure development through integrated contracts: Experiences with inclusiveness in Dutch infrastructure projects”. International Journal of Project Management, 31(4), pp.615-627.

2012:

  • Heeres, N., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2012), “Integration in Dutch planning of motorways: From "line" towards "area-oriented" approaches”. Transport Policy, 24, pp.148-158.
  • Lenferink, S., J. Arts, T. Tillema, M. van Valkenburg & R. Nijsten (2012), "Early contractor involvement in Dutch infrastructure development: initial experiences with parallel procedures for planning and procurement". Journal of Public Procurement, 11(1), pp. 1-42.
  • Tillema, T., M. Hamersma, J.M. Sussman, J. Arts (2012), “Extending the scope of highway planning: accessibility, negative externalities and the residential context”, Transport Reviews, 32(6), pp. 745-759.

Book chapters:

2016:

  • Arts, J., R. Filarski H. Jeekel & B. Toussaint (eds.), Builders and Planners – A history of land-use and infrastructure planning in the Netherlands, with contributions of G. De Block, A van der Burg, N. Disco, D. de Kool, B. De Meulder, G. Mom, O. van de Riet & F. Veraart, Eburon, Delft, pp.448.
  • Verhees, F & J. Arts, “Public Private Partnerships – Pursuing adaptive qualities in spatial projects”, in: G. de Roo & L. Boelens(eds.), Spatial Planning in a Complex Unpredictable World of Change – Towards a proactive co-evolutionary type of planning within the Eurodelta, InPlanning, Groningen, pp. 211-225.
  • Hanna, P., F. Vanclay, E.J. Langdon & J. Arts, “The communication and management of social risk and their relevance to corporate-community relationships”, in Candlin, Ch., J. Crichton & A. Firkins (eds.): Communicating Risk, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp.171-188.
  • Leendertse, W., F. Verhees & J. Arts , “Publieke en Private Samenwerking als Verbinder van Infrastructuur en Ruimte – Een Verkenning”, in: W. Salet, R. Vermeulen, R. van der Woude (eds), Gaan waar de actie is – Ruimtelijke onderzoeksinstituten adviseren over nationale ruimtelijke planning, Reprint Salet et al. 2015, InPlanning, Groningen, pp. 160-179.

2015:

  • Hanna, PH., F. Vanclay, E. J. Langdon & J. Arts (forthcoming), “Lajeado Hydreletric Dam and the Xerente People – the ways of an environmental compensation program for Indigenous peoples in Brazil”, Candlin, Ch., J. Crichton & A. Firkins (eds.): Discourses of Risk, UK.
  • Heeres, N., T. Tillema & J. Arts (Forthcoming), “Overcoming Lock-in: instruments for value creation and assessment early in the infrastructure planning process” in in: Woltjer, J., E. Alexander, A. Hull, M. Ruth (eds.), Place-Based Evaluation for Integrated Land-Use Management, Ashgate, Aldershot
  • Verhees, F. & J. Arts (forthcoming) “Public-Private Partnerships: pursuing adaptive qualities in spatial projects”, in: G. de Roo & L. Boelens (ed.) Spatial Planning in a Complex Unpredictable World, In Planning, AESOP.
  • Arts, J. (2015) “Lessons learned from evaluation studies into Dutch SEA practice” in: H. Xu & B. Schijf (eds.) A comparison of SEA practice in China and the Netherlands, Beijing/Utrecht.

2013:

  • Runhaar, H. & J Arts (2013), “EIA in the Netherlands”, in: D.P. Lawrence (ed.) (2013) Environmental Impact Assessment – Practical Solutions to Recurrent Problems, John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey.

2011:

  • Arts, J., P. Tomlinson & H. Voogd (2011), “Planning in tiers: tiering as a way of linking EIA and SEA”, in: B. Sadler, R. Aschemann, J. Dusik, T.B. Fischer, M. Partidario, R. Verheem (eds.), Handbook of Strategic Environmental Assessment, Earthscan, London, pp 415-433.
  • Cherp, A., M. R. Partidario & J. Arts (2011), “From formulation to implementation: strengthening SEA through follow-up”, in: B. Sadler, R. Aschemann, J. Dusik, T.B. Fischer, M. Partidario, R. Verheem (eds.), Handbook of Strategic Environmental Assessment, Earthscan, London, pp.515-535.
  • Lenferink, S., J. Arts & T. Tillema (2011), “Ongoing public-private interaction in infrastructure planning: an evaluation of Dutch competitive dialogue projects”, in: K.V. Thai (ed.), Towards new horizons in public procurement (pp.236-272) Boca Raton, Florida: PrAcademics Press.

2010:

  • Arts, J. & F. Niekerk (2010), “Impact assessment and management of infrastructure projects: from risk source to risk control” in: A. Hull, E. Alexander, A. Khakee & J Woltjer (eds.), Evaluating Sustainability and Participation: Fitting Evaluation to Planning Contexts, Routledge, London.

2008:

  • Arts, J. (2008), “The importance of EA Follow-up”, in: T. Fischer, R. Aschemann & I. Belcakova (eds.) Handbook for Environmental assessment Master Programmes, PENTA Erasmus Mundus Programme of the European Union, Bratislava University Press, Bratislava, pp.287-311

Other publications:

2017:

  • Lenferink, S, W. Leendertse & F. Verhees (2017), “PPS in infrastructuurplanning: een systeemperspectief”. Rooilijn (50) 2, pp. 84-93
  • Lenferink, S., Leendertse, W., Arts, J. (2017), “PPS: publiek én private waarde”. Rooilijn (50) 2, pp. 127-133
  • Van den Hurk, M. & Verweij, S. (2017), “Reflectie op PPS-onderzoek in Nederland”. Rooilijn (50) 2, pp. 134-139.
  • Willems, J.J. (2017), “Stuw Grave als opstap naar vaarweg van de toekomst”. Ruimtevolk.

2016:

  • Leendertse, W., J. Arts, T. Busscher & F. Verhees (2016), “Van project naar opgave - Samenwerking als motor van de planning van infrastructuur en Ruimte”. Bestuurskunde 2016 (25) 4, pp.70-81 doi: 10.5553/Bk/092733872016025004008
  • Hueskes, M., Koppenjan, J.F.M. & Verweij, S. (2016), “Publiek-private samenwerking in Nederland en Vlaanderen: Een review van veertien proefschriften”. Bestuurskunde, 25 (2), pp. 90-104.
  • Boek review: Verweij, S. (2016), “Het ambivalente karakter van infrastructurele megaprojecten”. Rooilijn, 49 (3), pp. 221-223.
  • Willems, J.J. (2016), “Ons (vaar)wegennet staat op een kruispunt”. Verkeerskunde, 67(4), pp. 37.
  • Sjauw En Wa, A. & J. Arts (2016), “De Omgevingswijzer maakt duurzaamheid concreet - Een hulpmiddel voor integrale duurzame gebiedsontwikkeling”. Toets maart 2016.
  • Leendertse, W., Verhees, F., Arts, J. & Busscher, T. (2016), “Van project naar opgave door co-creatie. Samenwerking als motor van de planning van infrastructuur en ruimte”. Artikel Bestuurskunde.
  • Verhees, F. & Verweij, S. (2016), “DBFM: Medicijn met bijwerkingen: Gezamenlijk risico’s delen en stakeholders managen”. ROmagazine, 34 (3), pp. 32-34.

2015:

  • Verhees, F., A. van Marrewijk, W. Leendertse & J. Arts (2015), “Publiek en privaat: een spannende relatie in de bouw- en infraketen”, Beleidsonderzoek Online, oktober 2015 (www.beleidsonderzoek.online) 10.5553/BO/221335502015000020001.
  • Arts, J., R. Linssen, J. Snippe & T. Hanekamp (2015), “Teaser - Networking for Urban Vitality (NUVit) – a Coordination & Spport Action”. Rijkswaterstaat, Rijswijk.
  • Arts, J., R. Linssen, T. Hanekamp & R. Broesi (2014), “Networking for Urban Vitality (NUVit)– Practical Experiences & Research Agenda”. Rijkswaterstaat, Delft.
  • Arts, J., R. Linssen, T. Hanekamp, R. Broesi & S. van Berkel (2014), “Networking for Urban Vitality – A European Research proposal”. Rijkswaterstaat, Delft.
  • Arts, J., T. Hanekamp, A. Dijkstra, R. Broesi & S. van Berkel (2013), “Networking for Urban Vitality - TIILUP Prologue Scoping Study Rotterdam-Rhein/Ruhr Corridor”. FEHRL, Delft / Brussels.
  • Arts, J., T. Hanekamp & A. Dijkstra (2013), ”Transport Infrastructure Integrated with Land Use Planning (TIILUP)”. Roadmap Research Programme FORx4. FEHRL, Delft / Brussels.
  • Hamersma, M., S. van Hoof, T.Tillema (2013), “Weg van de snelweg?”. Rooilijn, 44(3), pp. 206-213.
  • Heeres, N. (2013), “Over de grens: Gebiedsgerichte oplossingen in Duitsland en Zweden”. KIS-bericht 11: Knooppunten en Netwerken, Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu.
  • Hamersma, M. (2012), “De snelweg in de woonomgeving: Verslag van een workshop rond de woonbeleving van omwonenden nabij snelweginfrastructuur”. Verschenen in de Nieuwsbrief voor omgevingsmanagers RWS.
  • Arts, J., R. Krijnen & S. Morel (2012), “Van wantrouwen achteraf, naar vertrouwen vooraf”. Milieu mei 2012.
  • Arts, J. A. van Looij. O Wassenaar & M. Nagelkerke (2012), “Vervlechting van publiekrechtelijke en aanbestedingsprocedures: een inleiding en praktisch denkmodel”. Tijdschrift voor Aanbestedingsrecht, December 2012, Jrg.9/afl.6, pp. 620-639.
  • Arts, J. & H. Runhaar (2012), “Naar een toekomstbestendige milieueffectrapportage - Onderzoek naar lessen uit 25 jaar m.e.r.”. Toets, juni 2012.
  • Arts, J., H. Runhaar, F. van Laerhoven & P. Driessen (2011), “M.e.r. 25 jaar: en nu?”. ROM magazine, november 2011.
  • Bayer, M. E. & J. Arts (2011), “Met een goede MER komen de feiten op tafel”. Interview met Pieter Winsemius, ROM magazine, november 2011.
  • Busscher, T., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2011), “Programma's geven lucht voor projecten”. Tijdschrift Lucht, 2, (april 2011).
  • Tillema, T. (2011), “De weg naar een duurzamer transportsysteem. Boek review in tijdschrift”. Rooilijn, 44(4), pp. 307-309.
  • Heeres, N. (2010), “Inventarisatie: Rijkswaterstaat in verkenningen weginfrastructuur”. M.m.v. J. Arts & T. Tillema, in opdracht van: R. van Winden (Staf DG Rijkswaterstaat).
  • Arts, J. (2008), “Van een LAT-relatie naar een duurzaam samenleven”. ROM magazine, sept. 2008, pp. 22-27.
  • Morisson-Saunders, A., R. Marshall & J. Arts (2007), “EIA Follow-up, International Best Practice Principles”. IAIA Special Publication Series, 6, IAIA, Fargo, USA.

Conference contributions

2017:

  • Willems, J.J, “Redevelopment versus maintenance: the impact of institutional structures and cultures on addressing waterway renewal”, AESOP Young Academics 2017, 10-13 april 2017, München.

2016:

  • Hamersma, M. (2016), “Living near highways: the impact of planned and existing highway infrastructure on residential satisfaction”. Accepted for doctoral workshop during the Transportation Research Board (TRB) conference, 8-12 January, Washington.
  • Hamersma, M., E. Heinen, T. Tillema and J. Arts (2016), “New highway development in the Netherlands: effects on residential satisfaction”. Accepted for Transportation Research Board (TRB) conference, 8-12 January, Washington.
  • Heeres, N., T. Tillema & J Arts, “National road network development in a local spatial context - towards inclusive infrastructure planning”, Bijdrage Colloquiem Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, 24-25 november 2016, Zwolle.
  • Hilbers, A.M., F. Sijtsma & J. Arts, “Slimme combinaties van infrastructurele en ruimtelijke ontwikkeling – wat is het waard?”, Bijdrage Colloquiem Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, 24-25 november 2016, Zwolle.
  • Hamersma, M., J. Arts, E. Heinen, T. Tillema, “Kan de planning van snelwegen nog slimmer? – Lessen uit een bewonersperspectief”, Bijdrage Colloquiem Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, 24-25 november 2016, Zwolle.
  • Geet, M. Van, “Ambities voor verdere integratie van ruimte en infrastructuur in het MIRT - Sluiten strategie en structuur op elkaar aan?”, Bijdrage Colloquiem Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, 24-25 november 2016, Zwolle.
  • Willems, J.J., Busscher, T. & Arts, J. (2016). De vervangingsopgave in de vaarwegen: volstaat een smart aanpak? Gepresenteerd op het CVS Congres, 24-25 november, Zwolle.
  • Lenferink, S., Verweij, S. & Leendertse, W. (2016). Sturing op netwerkkwaliteit door afstemming DBFM-contracten: Een onderzoeksagenda. Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk. Zwolle, Nederland, November 24-25.
  • Verweij, S. S. Lenferink, T. Busscher, W. Leendertse, J. Arts (2016), “Institutional Design of Public-Private Partnerships: Strategies for Realizing Multiple Spatial Policy Objectives”, paper Public-Private Partnership Conference: Smart Governance for Innovation by/in PPPs, 21-22 november 2016, Antwerpen.
  • Hueskes, M., Koppenjan, J.F.M. & Verweij, S. (2016). The study and practice of public-private partnerships in the Low Countries. Public-Private Partnership Conference: Smart Governance For Innovation By/In PPPs. Antwerp, Belgium, November 20-22.
  • Demirel, C., Volker, L, Leendertse, W. & Hertogh, M. (2016). Contracting in a dynamic environment- A conceptual model, paper special session Dynamic Contracting, IALCCE congress, Delft, October 2016 (paper submitted, under peer review).
  • Leendertse, W., Busscher, T.,Verhees, F., Arts, J. (2016). Contracting Transport Infrastructure in a Dynamic Environment. Paper special session Dynamic Contracting, IALCCE congress, Delft.
  • Hijdra, A. & J. Arts (2016), “Planning for Redevelopment of Waterways”, paper IAIA special symposium on Water and Impact Assessment – Investment, infrastructure, legacy, 1-2 september 2016, Lincoln, UK.
  • Arts, J. (2016), “A view from abroad” contribution panel discussion “Brexit, impact assessment and the water sector”, IAIA special symposium on Water and Impact Assessment – Investment, infrastructure, legacy, 1-2 september 2016, Lincoln, UK.
  • Spijkerboer, R.C. (2016), “The institutional space for combining renewable energy with infrastructure networks managed by Rijkswaterstaat in the North Netherlands”, working paper for 5th Groningen Energy Summerschool,augustus 2016, Groningen.
  • Böhme, M. & Verweij, S. (2016). How do heuristics shape and influence transport infrastructure planning? A first analysis of the Bamberg Rail Extension Planning Process. International Conference On Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. London, United Kingdom, August 02-05.
  • Spijkerboer, R.C., C. Zuidema, T. Busscher, J. Arts (2016), “Renewable energy in the North of the Netherlands: in search of synergies with the spatial and socio-economic context”, WPSC conference, juli 2016, Rio de Janeiro.
  • Hilbers, A.M., F Sijtsma, T. Busscher, J. Arts (2016), “Consensus-based value assessment of integrated transport infrastructural- and spatial development”, WPSC conference, juli 2016, Rio de Janeiro.
  • Hilbers, A.M. (2016), “Consensus-based value assessment of integrated transport infrastructural- and spatial development: an analytical framework” a discussion paper for the PhD AESOP Workshop, juni 2016, Leuven.
  • Geet, M. van (2016), “Ensuring multi-level integration of infrastructure and land-use planning”, a discussion a discussion paper for the PhD AESOP Workshop, juni 2016, Leuven.
  • Hannah, Ph., F. Vanclay, E.J. Langdon & J. Arts (2016), “The importance of socio-cultural aspects in Impact Assessment”, presentation at 36th Annual Meeting of the International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA), Nagoya.
  • Vries, H. de, J. Nuesink, P. Eijssen & J. Arts (2016), “Lessons from a stranded 380 kV powerline planning process”, presentation at 36th Annual Meeting of the International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA), Nagoya.
  • Arts, J. F. Retief, A. Morisson-Saunders (2016), Hits of the 70s! Wisdom from the early days of Impact Assessment , presentation / workshop at IAIA 2016 Conference, Nagyoa.
  • Kalle, H., C. Faith-Ell, J. Arts (2016), Is it surprising that Environmental Assessment is hardly used in planning? – A discussion paper, presentation / paper at IAIA 2016 Conference, Nagyoa.
  • Vries, H. de, J. Nuesink, P. Eijssen, J. Arts (2016), Survival of the Fittest, Adaptive strategies in Impact Assessment, presentation / paper at IAIA 2016 Conference, Nagyoa.
  • Hamersma, M. The development of highway nuisance perception. TRA Conference presentation
  • Leendertse, W., Langbroek, M., Arts, J .& Nijhuis, A., Generating spatial quality through co-creation between public highway administrators and stakeholders. Experiences from the Blankenburg project (The Netherlands), Article TRA 2016, publication in TRA proceedings and/or Elsevier Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Willems, J.J., T. Busscher & J. Arts, "Renewing infrastructure networks: new challenge, new approach?" artikel gepresenteerd voor Transport Research Arena 2016, Warschau.
  • Arts, J., T. Hanekamp, R. Linssen, J. Snippe, Benchmarking integrated infrastructure planning across Europe – moving forward to vital infrastructure networks and urban region, Article TRA 2016, publication in TRA proceedings and/or Elsevier Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences.

2015:

  • Willems, J.J., T. Busscher & J. Arts, "Nieuw beleid voor verouderde vaarwegen: buiten de bestaande en gebaande paden?" artikel voorbereid voor het Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, Antwerpen.
  • Hamersma, M., J. Arts, T. Tillema, E.Heinen, “Perceived highway nuisance in a residents’ context: Experiences of residents along the Southern Ring Road in Groningen”, CVS congres, 19-20 November, Antwerpen.
  • Willems, J., T. Busscher & J. Arts, “Learning to become adaptive: an exploration of collective action frames on learning in Dutch infrastructure renewal” paper presented at Interpretative Policy Analysis Conference, Lille, 8-10 July 2015
  • Leendertse, W., M. Langbroek, A. Nijhuis, M. Hamersma, J. Arts (2015), “Het totaal is meer dan de som der delen. Ruimtelijke kwaliteit als integrator van infrastructuur en gebied – Lessen uit de Blankenburgverbinding”, paper/presentatie Plandag “Ruimte maken”, 21 mei 2015, Leuven
  • Sjauw En Wa, A. & J. Arts (forthcoming), “Overcoming Lock-In: a new tool for sustainability - Experiences with a new tool for sustainability assessment early in the planning process “, abstract voor paper IAIA 2015 Conference, Florence.
  • Sjauw En Wa, A. & J. Arts (2015) “Sustainability Check: a new tool for sustainability assessment early in the planning process”, poster/presentation IAIA conference, 20-23 April 2015, Florence

2014:

  • Willems, J.J., Busscher, T. & Arts, J. (2014), “Redeveloping infrastructure: a resilience perspective”, International Workshop on Resilience, Groningen, 9-10 oktober 2014
  • Hamersma, M., M. M.m.v. J. Arts, T. Busscher, W. Leendertse (2014), “Omgevingsmanagement in de praktijk-Dilemma’s op het snijvlak van omgeving en project, CVS Congres, Eindhoven, November 2014
  • Arts, J. (2014), “ Co-evolution of Urban and Mobile Development - Utrecht Bike Tour, AESOP conference, Utrecht, July 2014
  • Hamersma, M., Heinen, E., Tillema, T. & Arts, J. (2014), “Residential reactions on announced highway projects: testing the role of residential involvement”, AESOP conference, Utrecht, July 2014
  • Vaan, M., L. Janssen-Jansen, J. Arts (2014), “Dilemmas of the National Government as Market actor on the Property Market: The Case of the Netherlands”, AESOP conference, Utrecht, July 2014
  • Willems, J.J. & Busscher, T. (2014), “How to plan in an uncertain environment? Planning as capacity building”, posterpresentatie, AESOP conference, Utrecht, July 2014
  • Arts, J., T. Hanekamp & A. Dijkstra (2014), “Integrating land-use and transport infrastructure planning: Cross-modal strategy driven planning for adaptive and sustainable transport infrastructure”. Transportation Research Arena, Parijs, mei 2014
  • Retief, F. & J. Arts (2014) “A Better Life for the Orphans of Impact Assessment? – An Introduction”, IAIIA, Vina del Mar, Chile, april 2014
  • Faith-Ell, L., J. Arts & H. Kalle (2014) “Streamlining Impact Assessment and Transport Infrastructure Planning: Good, Bad or Ugly?”, IAIA, Vina del Mar, Chile, april 2014
  • Hamersma, M., Heinen, E., Tillema, T. & Arts, J. (2014), “Residential moving intentions, the case of highway locations”. Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, januari 2014.
  • Hijdra, A., M. van der Vlist & J. Arts (2014), “Resilience of waterway systems – an explorative study of the American, Dutch and German waterway systems”, Transportation Research Arena, Parijs, mei 2014
  • Martins Dias, L., J. Arts, P. Eijssen & C. Schut (2014) “Streamlining Impact Assessment in NL Transport Infrastructure Planning”, IAIA, Vina del Mar, Chile, april 2014

2013:

  • Arts, J., T. Hanekamp & A. Dijkstra (2013) “Transport Infrastructure Integrated with Land Use Planning (TIILUP) Roadmap Research Programme” FORx4, FEHRL, Delft/Brussel, april 2013
  • Arts, J. (2013) “Conclusions from evaluation studies into Dutch SEA practice” Chinese-Dutch Cooperation on SEA workshop, Beijing, China, maart 2013
  • Arts, J. (2013) “Lessons learned from evaluation studies into Dutch SEA practice”, Chinese-Dutch Cooperation on SEA workshop, Tianjin, China, maart 2013
  • Busscher, T., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2013) “Instrument to enable coordination without central government control: finding a needle in a haystack?”, Earth System Governance, Tokio, januari 2013
  • Edzes, A.J.E., Hamersma, M. & J.van Dijk (2013) “Labour Market Performance and School Careers of Low Educated Graduates”. Netherlands-Israel workshop, Groningen, oktober 2013
  • Faith-Ell, C., J. Arts, A.M. Esteves & I. Aucamp (2013) “Partnering and IA – Best Practice Principles”, IAIA, Calgary, mei 2013
  • Hamersma, M., Heinen, E., Tillema, T. and Arts, J. (2013), “Residential moving intentions, the case of highway locations”. Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, Rotterdam, november 2013
  • Hamersma, M., T. Tillema, J. Sussman & J. Arts (2013), “Living Close to Highways: Residential Satisfaction and the influence of (perceived changes in) accessibility and negative externalities”, Washington DC, januari 2013
  • Heeres, N. T. Tillema & J. Arts (2013), “Streamlining the instruments for value creation and assessment early in the planning process”, International Workshop on Planning and Evaluation, Groningen, maart 2013
  • Heeres, N. T. Tillema & J. Arts (2013), “Value capture around road infrastructure as an alternative means to promote public-public cooperation?”, PLPR Conference, Portland, februari 2013
  • Kalle, H. & J. Arts (2013), “Towards a Next Generation IA: Careful Tiering of IA and Planning”, IAIA, Calgary, mei 2013
  • Leendertse, W. & J. Arts (2013), “Managing Public Infrastructure networks: On the horns of several dilemmas!”, Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization 2013, Trondheim, juni 2013
  • Morrison-Saunders, A. & J. Arts (2013), “Towards state-of-the-art IA follow-up”, paper presented at the IAIA 2013 conference, Calgary, mei 2013
  • Retief, F. & J. Arts (2013), “Orphans Re-Generating Impact Assessment – An Introduction”, IAIA, Calgary, mei 2013
  • Vries, H., J. Arts & J. Weertman (2013), “The long road to a shorter planning: a reality check, paper for the International Association for Impact Assessment” IAIA, Calgary, mei 2013

2012:

  • Arts, J & C. Faith-Ell (2012), “New governance approaches for sustainable project delivery” Transportation Research Arena, Athene, april 2012.
  • Busscher, T., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2012) “Innovations in governance; Balancing road development and air quality?”, Transportation Research Arena, Athene, april 2012
  • Hamersma, M., A.J.E. Edzes & J.van Dijk (2012) “Underqualification as an opportunity for low educated”. ERSA, augustus, 2012
  • Heeres, N., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2012), “Functional-spatial sustainability potentials of integrated infrastructure planning”, TRA-conference, Athene, april 2012
  • Heeres, N. & Beukers E. (2012), “Hoe kan de afweging van integrale plannen beter worden ondersteund door slim gebruik van afwegingsinstrumenten”, Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, Amsterdam, november 2012
  • Leendertse, W., Lenferink, S. & Arts, J. (2012): “Public-private collaboration: How private involvement can contribute to network performance”. Transportation Research Arena, Athene, april 2012.
  • Leendertse, W., H. de Ridde & J. Arts (2012): “How can procurement contribute to network performance? Streamlining network, project and procurement objectives” Transportation Research Arena, Athene, april 2012

2011:

  • Arts, J. & R. Nijsten (2011), “Green Procurement for Infrastructure Projects in the Netherlands - Early Market Involvement Combining EIA and Infra-development for “Buying the Best”, Seminar on Sustainable Infrastructure WSP & Swedish Transport Agency, 6 April 2011, Stockholm.
  • Arts, J. (2011), “Tiering, a missing link ?” presentation in workshop: a visit to the orphanage of impact assessment paper presented at the 31st IAIA Conference, 28 May – 4 June 2011, Puebla, Mexico.
  • Arts, J. & F. Retief, “ Introducing the Orphans of Impact Assessment”, paper presented at the 31st IAIA Conference, Puebla, 28 May – 4 June 2011, Puebla, Mexico.
  • Arts, J., Nijsten, R. & Lenferink, S. (2011). “Green Procurement for Developing Partnerships in Impact Assessment”. International Association for Impact Assessment Conference, Puebla, Mexico, mei-juni 2011
  • Faith-Ell, C. & J. Arts (2011) “Perspectives on Partnerships for Responsible Project Delivery”, paper presented at the 31st IAIA Conference, 28 May – 4 June 2011, Puebla, Mexico.
  • Martins Dias, L., J. Arts & P. Boonman (2011), “Tiering of SEA and EIA in Dutch Infrastructure Practice”, Paper presented at the 31st Annual meeting of IAIA, May-June 2011, Mexico.
  • Arts, J., H. Runhaar, F. van Laerhoven & P. Driessen (2011), “25 years Netherlands' EIA; discourses on governance”, paper presented at the 31st IAIA Conference, 28 May – 4 June 2011, Puebla, Mexico.
  • Faith-Ell, C. & J.Arts (2011) “Making an Impact through Partnerships”, Paper presented at the Special Conference on Strategic Environmental Assessment of the International Association for Impact Assessment 21-23 September 2011, Prague (Czech Republic)
  • Runhaar, H., J. Arts, F. van Laerhoven, G. de Vries, H. de Vries & P. Driessen (2011), “Environmental Impact Assessment in the Netherlands: effectively governing environmental protection? – a Discourse Analysis”, paper presented at the IPA conference (Interpretative Policy Analysis), Cardiff, UK.
  • Busscher, T., J. Arts (2011) “Infrastructuur realiseren in de wirwar van projecten, processen en programma's: een kwestie van verbinden en verknopen? Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, Antwerpen, november 2011
  • Busscher, T., T. Tillema, J. Arts (2011) “Moving beyond projects: Towards a programme oriented approach in spatial and infrastructure planning?”, International Research Network on Projects, Montreal, juni 2011
  • Busscher, T., N. Heeres, S. Lenferink (2011) “Rijkswaterstaat als partner: van asfaltboer tot suikeroom”, Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, Antwerpen, november 2011
  • Heeres, N., Tan, W. (2011), “Corridorontwikkeling in de Zuidvleugel: parallelle ontwikkelingen langs elkaar heen”, Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, Antwerpen, november 2011
  • Heeres, N., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2011), “Integration in road infrastructure planning: an overall analysis of Dutch experiences”, World Planning Schools Congress , Perth, juli 2011
  • Lenferink, S. and M.E.L. Hoezen (2011) “The Interplay between public procuring authority and private competitors: experiences with the competative dialogue”, MISBE congress, Amsterdam, november 2011.
  • Lenferink, S., Leendertse, W., Arts, J. & Tillema, T. (2011). Strategic public-private collaboration: How early private involvement can strengthen plan development. World Planning Schools Congress, Perth, juli 2011
  • Lenferink, S., T. Tillema, J. Arts (2011). "Beyond compliance contracting: Towards sustainable performance in the transport infrastructure life-cycle". Transportation Research Board Conference, Washington, januari 2011

2010:

  • Arts, J. (2010) “Transportation Planning in Megaregions. A Dutch perspective”, Transport Research Board , 10 January 2010, Washington DC.
  • Arts, J. (2010), “Faster and Better Road Planning Experiences from the Netherlands”, Meeting US FHWA – NL DOT, TRB 12 January 2010, Washington DC.
  • Arts, J. (2010), “Streamlining Infrastructure Planning and Impact Assessment in the Netherlands”, Proceedings IAIA South-Africa 2010 National Conference, August 2010, Pretoria.
  • Arts, J. I. Aucamp, A.M. Esteves & C. Faith-Ell (2010), “Greening economies by partnerships: does Impact Assessment have a role?”, Paper presented at IAIA Conference, April 2010, Geneva
  • Arts, J. & C. Faith-Ell (2010), “Environmental Impact Assessment in Green Procurement and Partnering Contracts, Looking for environmental performance beyond EIA”, Paper presented at IAIA Conference, April 2010, Geneva
  • Arts, J, W. Spit & J van der Waard (2010), “Beyond the infrastructure project scope: useful assessment of impacts”, Proceedings TRA Conference, June 2010, Brussels
  • Arts, J. & M. de Vaan (2010), “Infrastructure meets area development. Developments in Dutch planning practice: towards a more balanced finance of development projects?”, Proceedings Fourth Conference on Planning, Law, and Property Rights (PLPR), February 2010 Dortmund.
  • Busscher, T., T. Tillema, J. Arts (2010) “Towards a programmatic planning approach in Dutch infrastructure planning? Lessons learned from a Dutch air quality programme. AESOP, Helsinki, juli, 2010
  • Heeres, N., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2010), “From line towards area-oriented approaches; a historical analysis and international perspective”, AESOP Conference, Helsinki, juli 2010
  • Lenferink, S., Arts, J. & Tillema, T. (2010). Ongoing public-private interaction in infrastructure planning: an evaluation of Dutch competitive dialogue projects. International Public Procurement Conference (IPPC), Seoul, augustus 2010
  • Maloir, C., T.Tillema and J. Arts (2010), “Living near roads: exploring the trade-off between accessibility and environmental effects” 24th AESOP Annual Conference, Helsinki, 7–10 July 2010
  • Nijsten, R., J. Arts & P. Sandee (2010), “Buying the best: state of the art in combining IA and infra-development”, Paper presented at IAIA Conference, April 2010, Geneva (Switzerland).
  • Tillema, T., E. Ben-Elia &D. Ettema (2010). “Road pricing vs. peak-avoidance rewards: a comparison of two Dutch studies”, 12th World Conference on Transportation Research, 11-15 July, Lisbon.

2009:

  • Busscher, T., Niekerk, F., J. Arts (2009) “Van niets doen naar iets doen: een toekomst voor een programmatische benadering van infrastructuurplanning?”, Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, Antwerpen, november 2009
  • Faith-Ell, C & J. Arts (2009) “Public Private Partnerships and EIA- Why PPP are Relevant to Impact Assessment Practice”, Paper presented at IAIA conference, May 2009, Accra, Ghana.
  • Lenferink, S., Tillema, T. & Arts, J. (2009). Marktbetrokkenheid in infrastructuurplanning: Stilstand voorkomen door als overheid minder zelf te doen? In: Nietsdoen, ietsdoen en de effectiviteit van beleid. Bundeling van Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk 2009, Antwerpen (November 19 – 20, 2009).
  • Lenferink, S., & Arts, J. (2009). Elverding, de Markt en de Kunst van het Dromen. Vroege Marktbetrokkenheid voor Snellere en Betere Infrastructuurplanning. In: G. Bouma, F. Filius, H. Leinfelder & B. Waterhout (Eds.), Tussen Droom en Werkelijkheid (pp. 57-67). Delft: Stichting Planologische DiscussieDagen.
  • Lenferink, S. (2009). International strategies towards market involvement in road infrastructure planning. ERSA-congress: Łódź, Poland (August 25 – 29, 2009).
  • Maloir, C., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2009), “Residential location preferences, accessibility and road proximity: towards a better or more inclusive infrastructure planning? Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, 19-20 November 2009, Antwerpen.
  • Stolte, B., J. Groenendijk & J. Arts (2009), “Infrastructure Planning and Impact Assessment in the Netherlands: Challenges for the 21st century”, paper presented at IAIA conference, May 2009, Accra, Ghana
  • Struiksma, H. & T. Tillema (2009), “Van een lijn- naar een gebiedsgerichte rijkswegenplanning, een historische beschouwing”, n: G. Bouma et al. (eds.) Tussen droom en werkelijkheid, proceedings Plandag 2009, 7 mei 2009, Brussel.

2008:

  • Arts, J., C. Faith-Ell & A. Chisholm (2008), “An introduction to early market involvement and EIA – Experiences and Practices”, Paper presented at IAIA conference May 2008, Perth, Western Australia
  • Arts, J. & F. Niekerk (2008), “Impact assessment and management of infrastructure projects: from risk source to risk control”, 7th International Workshop on Evaluation in Planning: “Towards methodological innovations in Planning Evaluation”, 10-12 December 2008, Edinburgh.
  • Lenferink, S. & J. Arts (2008), “Bridging the implementation gap – Can early contractor involvement provide for sustainable infrastructure?, poster AESOP-congres, 6-11 July 2008, Chicago.
  • Lenferink, S., Tillema, T., & Arts, J. (2008). The potential of a life-cycle approach for improving road infrastructure planning in the Netherlands. In: Vroeger was de toekomst beter. Bundeling van bijdragen aan het Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk 2008, Santpoort (November 20 – 21, 2008).
  • Niekerk, F. & J. Arts (2008), “Effectrapportages en management van infrastructuurprojecten: Van risicobron tot risicobeheersing”, Colloquium Vervoersplanologisch Speurwerk, 20 en 21 november 2008, Santpoort.
  • Nijsten, R., J. Arts & A. de Ridder (2008), “Early contractor involvement, new roads to innovation! Experiences in The Netherlands”, Proceedings TRA Conference, April 2008, Ljublijana.
  • Nijsten, R., A. de Ridder, P. Jongejan & J. Arts (2008), “Maslow and the art of Mastering EIA Projects, Key success factors for EIA project management for road-infrastructure”, Paper presented at IAIA conference, May 2008, Perth, Western Australia
  • Struiksma, H., T. Tillema & J. Arts (2008). “Space for mobility: towards a paradigm shift in Dutch transport infrastructure planning?” Proceedings of ACSP-AESOP Fourth joint Congress [bridging the divide: celebrating the city], Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Valkenburg, M. van, S. Lenferink, R. Nijsten & J. Arts (2008). “Early Contractor Involvement: A new strategy for ‘buying the best’ in infrastructure development in the Netherlands”. Proceedings third International Public Procurement Conference (IPPC), 28-30 August 2008, Amsterdam.

2007:

  • Arts, J, C. Faith-Ell & A. Chisholm (2007), “Can Early Market Involvement Strengthen EIA?”, Paper, presented at 27th Annual Meeting of the International Association for Impact Assessment, 3-9 June 2007, Seoul, Korea
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