Mendel Giezen
Mendel Giezen
Associate Professor/ Senior Lecturer Sustainable Urban Development and Planning, University of
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Keeping it simple? A case study into the advantages and disadvantages of reducing complexity in mega project planning
M Giezen
International Journal of Project Management, 2012
Complexity and uncertainty: problem or asset in decision making of mega infrastructure projects?
W Salet, L Bertolini, M Giezen
International journal of urban and regional research 37 (6), 1984-2000, 2013
Opening up the transition arena: An analysis of (dis) empowerment of civil society actors in transition management in cities
K Hölscher, JM Wittmayer, F Avelino, M Giezen
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 145, 176-185, 2019
Adaptive and strategic capacity: navigating megaprojects through uncertainty and complexity
M Giezen
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 40 (4), 723-741, 2013
Scaling-up low-carbon urban initiatives: Towards a better understanding
D Van Doren, PPJ Driessen, H Runhaar, M Giezen
Urban Studies 55 (1), 175-194, 2018
Adding value to the decision-making process of mega projects: Fostering strategic ambiguity, redundancy, and resilience
M Giezen, W Salet, L Bertolini
Transport Policy 44, 169-178, 2015
Megaproject planning and management: Essential readings
B Flyvbjerg
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014
Adaptive Capacity Within a Mega Project: A Case Study on Planning and Decision-Making in the Face of Complexity
M Giezen, L Bertolini, W Salet
European Planning Studies 23 (5), 999-1018, 2015
What constitutes a “successful” mega transport project?/Leadership, risk and storylines: The case of the Sydney Cross City Tunnel/The case of the LGV Méditerranée high speed …
HT Dimitriou, N Low, S Sturup, G Zembri, E Campagnac, G Kaparos, ...
Planning Theory & Practice 15 (3), 389-430, 2014
Scaling-up energy conservation initiatives: Barriers and local strategies
D Van Doren, M Giezen, PPJ Driessen, HAC Runhaar
Sustainable Cities and Society 26, 227-239, 2016
Using remote sensing to analyse net land-use change from conflicting sustainability policies: the case of Amsterdam
M Giezen, S Balikci, R Arundel
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 7 (9), 381, 2018
Dealing with the complexity, uncertainties and risk of megaprojects: redundancy, resilience and adaptivity
H Priemus, M Bosch-Rekveldt, M Giezen
International handbook on mega-projects, 83-110, 2013
Learning within local government to promote the scaling-up of low-carbon initiatives: A case study in the City of Copenhagen
D van Doren, PPJ Driessen, HAC Runhaar, M Giezen
Energy Policy 136, 111030, 2020
Who's in charge here anyway? Polycentric governance configurations and the development of policy on invasive alien species in the semisovereign Caribbean
J Vaas, PPJ Driessen, M Giezen, F van Laerhoven, MJ Wassen
Ecology and Society 22 (4), 2017
Shifting infrastructure landscapes in a circular economy: An institutional work analysis of the water and energy sector
M Giezen
Sustainability 10 (10), 3487, 2018
Institutional work in diverse niche contexts: The case of low-carbon housing in the Netherlands
D van Doren, H Runhaar, RPJM Raven, M Giezen, PPJ Driessen
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 35, 116-134, 2020
Navigating mega projects through complexity and uncertainty: strategic and adaptive capacity in planning and decision-making
M Giezen
Universiteit van Amsterdam [Host], 2012
“Let me tell you your problems”. Using Q methodology to elicit latent problem perceptions about invasive alien species
J Vaas, PPJ Driessen, M Giezen, F van Laerhoven, MJ Wassen
Geoforum 99, 120-131, 2019
Adapting to new realities: an analysis of institutional work in three cases of Dutch infrastructure planning
E Bergsma, M Giezen, B Schalkwijk, C Büscher
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 62 (1), 88-105, 2019
Responsibility as a field: The circular economy of water, waste, and energy
F Savini, M Giezen
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 38 (5), 866-884, 2020
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