Lizet Kuitert

Lizet Kuitert
Erasmus University Rotterdam | EUR · Department of Public Administration

Master of Science

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This chapter outlines the importance of considering procurement strategies from the perspective of public values. It explains that public values are dynamic and have different interpretations depending on the situation, the context, and the stakeholders that perceive these values. As the governance models that are in place in an organization can in...
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This chapter introduces the concept of public procurement and explains what it is and is not and how it is distinct from private purchasing. To do so it describes the public-private continuum and explains what publicness is. Subsequently, the public procurement process is described using the circular 3P (Prepare, Purchase, and Perform) model. This...
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Complex project networks confront project actors, with value pluralism originating from a plethora of competing organizational and institutional systems related to the project environment. Using a single urban redevelopment case study, we present a dynamic understanding of the emergence and nature of conflicts in different conflict arenas of collab...
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Policy integration required for delivering multi‐functional blue‐green infrastructure (BGI) is difficult to achieve, because environmental policymaking is characterised by sectoral responsibilities and institutional structures that hinder collaboration. Both theory and practice consider urban living labs (ULLs) as promising vehicles for policy inte...
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Realizing a multifunctional blue-green infrastructure (BGI) as a nature-based solution for the urban water system and built environment within crowded city areas is seen as a promising route for the process of climate adaptation. BGI projects like rain gardens, green roofs, and water squares can be combined to achieve a variety of technical (draina...
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A project's autonomy, the degree to which a project can evolve without constant interference from the parent organization, is a key feature of innovation projects. The literature treats autonomy as a passive phenomenon and underestimates how projects as temporary organizations interact with more permanent forms of organizations. A dynamic and conte...
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For financial and strategic reasons, public and semi-public construction clients increasingly depend on private parties to carry out public service delivery. They subcontract operational responsibilities to private parties while remaining socio-politically responsible for ensuring public values. Public administration literature mainly addresses the...
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In an environment with large interdependencies like the construction industry, projectbased public construction organisations are challenged to seek for 'new' ways to safeguard public values and project outcomes. Public bodies increasingly depend on private parties to achieve public values. Hence, due to the character of their tasks, they remain so...

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