Democratic innovation in urban governance (2013-2050)

This project concerns questions of inclusion and exclusion of citizens in governance, the roles of experts and expertise, and different evolving models of democracy. This theme can be seen as the oldest and most developed theme established in my research, but also the one with the most significant societal impact. The first insights were published in my PhD thesis on governance and heritage (Duineveld, 2006), where I scrutinised the different ways citizens were excluded from the dominate heritage policies and discourses in the Netherlands. In my research on urban governance in Groningen (M. Duineveld, 2011; Duineveld et al., 2013) and Arnhem (Duineveld, 2015-2018) I analysed various ways in which citizens are involved in policy making and the ways they were active agents in pursuing and enforcing their involvement.



Citizens, Leaders and the Common Good in a world of Necessity and Scarcity: Machiavelli’s Lessons for Community-Based Natural Resource Management. | Assche, K.A.M. van; Beunen, R. ; Duineveld, M. (2016) Ethics, Policy & Environment 19 (1). – p. 19 – 36.

Kennis in actie voor het landschap inleiding themanummer over kennisco-creatie in wetenschapswinkelprojecten | Beunen, R. ; Dekker, J.N.M. ; Duineveld, M. ; During, R. ; Luttik, J. ; Straver, G.H.M.B. (2015) Landschap : tijdschrift voor landschapsecologie en Milieukunde 32 (3). – p. 108 – 109

Delineating active citizenship: The subjectification of citizens’ initiatives | Dam, R.I. van; Duineveld, M. ; During, R. (2015) Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 17 (2). – p. 163 – 179.

Plofkipdemocratie: pleidooi voor verkiezingen! Hoe ogenschijnlijke democratisering de legitimiteit van de democratie ondergraaft.| Duineveld, Martijn (2014) Parool.

Het Blokken Feuilleton. De recente plangeschiedenis van Stadblokken-Meinerswijk (2013-2018)