Mark Wiering
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Discursive shifts in Dutch river management:‘deep’institutional change or adaptation strategy?
MA Wiering, BJM Arts
Living rivers: trends and challenges in science and management, 327-338, 2006
The institutional space of community initiatives for renewable energy: a comparative case study of the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark
M Oteman, M Wiering, JK Helderman
Energy, sustainability and society 4 (1), 1-17, 2014
When water management meets spatial planning: a policy-arrangements perspective
M Wiering, I Immink
Environment and planning C: Government and policy 24 (3), 423-438, 2006
The regional governance of climate adaptation: a framework for developing legitimate, effective, and resilient governance arrangements
C Termeer, A Dewulf, H Van Rijswick, A Van Buuren, D Huitema, ...
Climate law 2 (2), 159-179, 2011
The EU Water Framework Directive: A multi-dimensional analysis of implementation and domestic impact
D Liefferink, M Wiering, Y Uitenboogaart
Land Use Policy 28 (4), 712-722, 2011
Assessing Stability and Dynamics in Flood Risk Governance
L Dries, T Hegger, P Peter, J Driessen, C Dieperink, M Wiering, ...
Water Resources Management 28 (12), 4127, 2014
Toward more flood resilience: Is a diversification of flood risk management strategies the way forward?
DLT Hegger, PPJ Driessen, M Wiering, HFMW Van Rijswick, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (4), 2016
Beyond the art of diking: interactive policy on river management in the Netherlands
MA Wiering, PPJ Driessen
Water policy 3 (4), 283-296, 2001
Stakeholder value orientations in water management
P Vugteveen, HJR Lenders, JLA Devilee, RSEW Leuven, ...
Society and natural resources 23 (9), 805-821, 2010
The marathon of the hare and the tortoise: implementing the EU Water Framework Directive
M Bourblanc, A Crabbé, D Liefferink, M Wiering
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 56 (10), 1449-1467, 2013
The concept of resilience from a normative perspective: examples from Dutch adaptation strategies
AM Keessen, JM Hamer, HFMW Van Rijswick, M Wiering
Ecology and Society 18 (2), 2013
Varieties of flood risk governance in Europe: How do countries respond to driving forces and what explains institutional change?
M Wiering, M Kaufmann, H Mees, T Schellenberger, W Ganzevoort, ...
Global environmental change 44, 15-26, 2017
Pioneering renewable energy in an economic energy policy system: The history and development of dutch grassroots initiatives
M Oteman, HJ Kooij, MA Wiering
Sustainability 9 (4), 550, 2017
Stability and change in flood risk governance: on path dependencies and change agents
M Wiering, D Liefferink, A Crabbé
Journal of Flood Risk Management 11 (3), 230-238, 2018
Experiences in regional cross border co-operation in river management. Comparing three cases at the Dutch–German Border
M Wiering, J Verwijmeren, K Lulofs, C Feld
Water resources management 24 (11), 2647-2672, 2010
A view on more resilient flood risk governance: key conclusions of the STAR-FLOOD project
DLT Hegger, PPJ Driessen, M Bakker, M Alexander, JC Beyers, A Buijze, ...
STAR-FLOOD Consortium, 2016
Dealing with complexity and policy discretion: A comparison of the implementation process of the European Water Framework Directive in five member states
YJ Uitenboogaart, JJH Van Kempen, MA Wiering, H Van Rijswick
Den Haag: SDU Uitgevers, 2009
The institutional dynamics of water management in the low countries
M Wiering, A Crabbé
Institutional dynamics in environmental governance, 93-114, 2006
The rationales of resilience in English and Dutch flood risk policies
M Wiering, C Green, M van Rijswick, S Priest, A Keessen
Journal of Water and Climate Change 6 (1), 38-54, 2015
Is flood defense changing in nature? Shifts in the flood defense strategy in six European countries
M Gralepois, C Larrue, M Wiering, A Crabbé, S Tapsell, H Mees, K Ek, ...
Ecology and Society 21 (4), 2016
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