Journal articles

Alexander, M., Priest, S., Mees, H. A framework for evaluating flood risk governance (2016) Environmental Science and Policy, 64, pp. 38-47

Bergsma, E. Changed knowledge requirements for spatial flood governance (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 40

Bruzzone, S., Larrue, C., Rijswick, M.V., Wiering, M., Crabbé, A. Constructing collaborative communities of researchers in the environmental domain. A case study of interdisciplinary research between legal scholars and policy analysts (2016) Environmental Science and Policy, 64, pp. 1-8.

Dieperink, C., Hegger, D.L.T., Bakker, M.H.N., Kundzewicz, Z.W., Green, C., Driessen, P.P.J. Recurrent Governance Challenges in the Implementation and Alignment of Flood Risk Management Strategies: a Review (2016) Water Resources Management, 30 (13), pp. 4467-4481.

Driessen, P.P.J., Hegger, D.L.T., Bakker, M.H.N., van Rijswick, H.F.M.W., Kundzewicz, Z.W. Toward more resilient flood risk governance (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 53

Fournier, M., Larrue, C., Alexander, M., Hegger, D., Bakker, M., Pettersson, M., Crabbé, A., Mees, H., Chorynski, A. Flood risk mitigation in Europe: How far away are we from the aspired forms of adaptive governance? (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 49

Fournier, M., Larrue, C., Schellenberger, T. Changes in flood risk governance in France: a David and Goliath story? (2017) Journal of Flood Risk Management. Published online.

Gersonius, B., van Buuren, A., Zethof, M., Kelder, E. Resilient flood risk strategies: Institutional preconditions for implementation (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 28

Gilissen, H.K., Alexander, M., Beyers, J.-C., Chmielewski, P., Matczak, P., Schellenberger, T., Suykens, C. Bridges over troubled waters: An interdisciplinary framework for evaluating the interconnectedness within fragmented domestic flood risk management systems (2015) Journal of Water Law, 25 (1), pp. 12-26.

Gilissen, H.K., Alexander, M., Matczak, P., Pettersson, M., Bruzzone, S. A framework for evaluating the effectiveness of flood emergency management systems in Europe (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 27

Goytia, S., Pettersson, M., Schellenberger, T., van Doorn-Hoekveld, W.J., Priest, S. Dealing with change and uncertainty within the regulatory frameworks for flood defense infrastructure in selected European countries (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 23

Gralepois, M., Larrue, C., Wiering, M., Crabbé, A., Tapsell, S., Mees, H., Ek, K., Szwed, M. Is flood defense changing in nature? Shifts in the flood defense strategy in six European countries (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 37

Hegger, D.L.T., Driessen, P.P.J., Dieperink, C., Wiering, M., Raadgever, G.T.T., van Rijswick, H.F.M.W.Assessing stability and dynamics in flood risk governance: An empirically illustrated research approach(2014) Water Resources Management, 28 (12), pp. 4127-4142.

Hegger, D.L.T., Driessen, P.P.J., Wiering, M., Van Rijswick, H.F.M.W., Kundzewicz, Z.W., Matczak, P., Crabbé, A., Raadgever, G.T., Bakker, M.H.N., Priest, S.J., Larrue, C., Ek, K. Toward more flood resilience: Is a diversification of flood risk management strategies the way forward? (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 52

Kaufmann, M. Limits to change – institutional dynamics of Dutch flood risk governance (2017). Journal of Flood Risk Management. Published online.

Kaufmann, M., Lewandowski, J., Choryński, A., Wiering, M. Shock events and flood risk management: A media analysis of the institutional long-term effects of flood events in the Netherlands and Poland (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 51

Keessen, A., Vink, M.J., Wiering, M., Boezeman, D., Ernst, W., Mees, H., Van Broekhoven, S., van Eerd, M.C.J. Solidarity in water management (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 35

Liefferink, D., Wiering, M., Crabbé, A., Hegger, D.L.T. Explaining stability and change. Comparing flood risk governance in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Poland (2017). Journal of Flood Risk Management. Published online.

Matczak, P., Lewandowski, J., Choryński, A., Szwed, M., Kundzewicz, Z.W. Doing more while remaining the same? Flood risk governance in Poland (2017). Journal of Flood Risk Management. Published online.

Mees, H., Crabbé, A., Alexander, M., Kaufmann, M., Bruzzone, S., Lévy, L., Lewandowski, J. Coproducing flood risk management through citizen involvement: Insights from cross-country comparison in Europe (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (3), art. no. 7

Mees, H., Crabbé, A., Suykens, C. Belgian flood risk governance: explaining the dynamics within a fragmented governance arrangement (2017) Published online.

Mees, H., Suykens, C., Crabbé, A. Evaluating conditions for integrated water resource management at sub-basin scale. A comparison of the flemish sub-basin boards and walloon river contracts (2017) Environmental Policy and Governance, . Article in Press.

Mees, H., Tempels, B., Crabbé, A., Boelens, L. Shifting public-private responsibilities in Flemish flood risk management. Towards a co-evolutionary approach (2016) Land Use Policy, 57, pp. 23-33.

Priest, S.J., Suykens, C., van Rijswick, H.F.M.W., Schellenberger, T., Goytia, S., Kundzewicz, Z.W., van Doorn-Hoekveld, W.J., Beyers, J.-C., Homewood, S. The European union approach to flood risk management and improving societal resilience: Lessons from the implementation of the Floods Directive in six European countries (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 50

Pettersson, M., Van Rijswick, H.F.M.W., Suykens, C., Alexander, M. Ek, K., Priest, S. Assessing the legitimacy of flood risk governance arrangements in Europe: insights from intra-country evaluations (2017) Water International. Published online.

Suykens, C., Priest, S.J., van Doorn-Hoekveld, W.J., Thuillier, T., van Rijswick, M. Dealing with flood damages: Will prevention, mitigation, and ex post compensation provide for a resilient triangle? (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 1

van Buuren, A., Ellen, G.J., Warner, J.F. Path-dependency and policy learning in the dutch delta: Toward more resilient flood risk management in the Netherlands? (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 43

van Doorn-Hoekveld, W.J., Goytia, S.B., Suykens, C., Homewood, S., Thuillier, T., Manson, C., Chmielewski, P.J., Matczak, P., van Rijswick, H.F.M.W. Distributional effects of flood risk management—a cross-country comparison of preflood compensation (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (4), art. no. 26

Thieken, A.H., Kienzler, S., Kreibich, H., Kuhlicke, C., Kunz, M., Mühr, B., Müller, M., Otto, A., Petrow, T., Pisi, S., Schröter, K.Review of the flood risk management system in Germany after the major flood in 2013 (2016) Ecology and Society, 21 (2), art. no. 51

Wiering, M., Kaufmann, M., Mees, H., Schellenberger, T., Ganzevoort, W., Hegger, D.L.T., Larrue, C., Matczak, P. Varieties of flood risk governance in Europe: How do countries respond to driving forces and what explains institutional change? Global Environmental Change, 44:15-26

Wiering, M., Liefferink, D., Crabbé, A. Stability and change in flood risk governance: on path dependencies and change agents (2017). Journal of Flood Risk Management. Published online.