Ons tijdschrift

 

Bestuurskunde is een Nederlandstalig wetenschappelijk tijdschrift van de Vereniging voor Bestuurskunde met een onafhankelijke redactie. Een tijdschrift van en voor bestuurskundigen en anderen die zijn geïnteresseerd in het verschijnsel openbaar bestuur. Het verschijnt vier maal per jaar. Als lid van de Vereniging voor Bestuurskunde ontvangt u altijd de nieuwste nummers.  Edities vanaf 2006 zijn voor leden tevens digitaal beschikbaar.

Bestuurskunde publiceert wetenschappelijk verantwoorde artikelen over de inrichting en werking van het openbaar bestuur. In het tijdschrift kan aandacht worden geschonken aan alle organisaties en actoren in het openbaar bestuur, op zich en in relatie tot de samenleving. Geen enkel substantieel en specifiek vraagstuk in het openbaar bestuur wordt uitgesloten. Het behandelt geen specifieke beleidsthema's tenzij deze bijzonder gepositioneerd zijn en dus meer algemeen bestuurskundige vraagstukken illustreren, bijvoorbeeld vanuit een bepaald theoretisch perspectief. Bestuurskunde publiceert ook artikelen over het vakgebied zelf, in casu over onderwijs en onderzoek aan universiteiten en hogescholen, en over de arbeidsmarkt van bestuurskundigen.

Wilt u publiceren? Kijk dan naar de auteursrichtlijnen. Natuurlijk kunt u voor vragen ook u altijd contact opnemen met de redactie. Bent u op zoek naar edities van het Bestuurskunde?

U vindt de edities van Bestuurskunde vanaf 2005 tot heden op de website van Boom/Lemma Uitgevers. Zoekt u jaargangen voor 2005? Neem dan contact op met het secretariaat van de Vereniging voor Bestuurskunde via het contactformulier of via info@bestuurskunde.nl

Voor vragen kunt u contact opnemen met het redactiesecretariaat van Bestuurskunde via Sanne Bakker (sanne@imagobouwers.nl). U kunt artikelen indienen bij Philip Karré en/of Haiko van der Voort. Uitgebreide auteursrichtlijnen vindt u hier.

dr. H. van der Voort

dr. H. van der Voort

Redactiesecretaris

Technische Universiteit Delft Faculteit Techniek, Bestuur en Management
Tel. nr. 015 2788541
h.g.vandervoort@tudelft.nl

dr. P.M. Karré

dr. P.M. Karré

Redactiesecretaris

Hogeschool InHolland, Erasmus Universiteit

Een aantal artikelen uit de laatste aflevering van Bestuurskunde

  • Van project naar opgave
    Posted on 30 november 2016 at 13:34

    Infrastructure and adjacent areas represent extensive social value. However, infrastructure and areas are still often developed sectoral and independent. In the Netherlands, national spatial policies strive for combining infrastructure and area as one integrated approach as this is expected to result in more spatial quality. Taking this perspective, this article discusses trendy concepts in current Dutch planning, such as: adaptive planning, public and private cooperation and challenge-oriented approaches (‘opgave-gericht werken’ which focuses less on realising a project but more on the current and future issues and challenges in an area). This article argues that these concepts are closely related. Adaptive planning defines the rules of the game and the playing field, within which cooperation may develop. Cooperation is a means for creating spatial quality in interaction within this playing field. After all, generated quality can be considered as a contribution to the specific objectives and interest of the various partners. A challenge-oriented approach is the process for generating spatial quality from synergies in combined infrastructure and spatial development. This article aims to explore the relationships between adaptive planning, public and private cooperation and challenge-oriented approaches and to provide starting points for further research and discussion. […]

  • Doorbraakinnovaties en ‘omgekeerde’ technologiebeoordeling: het geval van deeleconomie
    Posted on 30 november 2016 at 13:34

    This article shows how the municipality of Amsterdam (The Netherlands) has coped with the popularity of home sharing platform Airbnb. In collaboration with Airbnb, the municipality of Amsterdam was the first to come up with regulations for home sharing. However, enforcement of these rules proved difficult without access to user data of the Airbnb platform. In addition, a scientific (statistical) assessment of the effects of homesharing is also difficult without open data. As a result, the legitimacy of the platform has weakened in the eyes of some stakeholders. The article ends with some general reflections how government can cope with sharing economy platform. In particular, it is argued that the right-to-challenge principle may prove hard to apply to sharing platforms. […]

  • Duurzame innovatie in industriële clusters
    Posted on 30 november 2016 at 13:34

    We study the role division between public and private actors in their search for sustainable innovation of industrial clusters. This search unfolds as a two-phase process. In the first phase, private parties develop different projects for sustainable innovation independently from each other. Without coordination, a common ground for the projects emerges. Through their involvement in several of these projects, public actors are able to take up a central place between the projects and their associated actor coalitions. From this position, they are able to act on the common ground, and mobilize other actors for collaboration. The common ground is translated to a vision, and the private projects are assembled into a program, in which synergetic connections between the different projects are established. This starts the second phase of the process, in which a regional collaboration unfolds, coordinated by the public actors. Thus, the crucial role of private actors is to create the building blocks for sustainable innovation in the early stages of the process. The public actors are crucial in acting on these private initiatives, assembling the building blocks into programmatic effort towards sustainable innovation of industrial clusters. The main strength of public actors lies in their betweenness centrality. […]

  • Doorgeven, negeren of vervormen?
    Posted on 30 november 2016 at 13:34

    Transparency is a token of modern governance and is said to serve many different goals. Earlier research has shown that the disclosure of information will only be seen by the public and serve its goals if ‘transparators’, such as news media, pay attention to the information. The news media cannot be expected to be uncritical implementers of transparency policies; they will only do so when the policy and ensuing story fit their criteria for newsworthiness. This paper analyzes when and how news media pay attention to different types of policies serving different types of goals. It does so on the basis of quantitative and qualitative content analysis of 8 important cases of transparency-policies in the Netherlands in the past decade. The analysis shows that, even for these high profile cases, the amount of media attention for disclosed information is limited. The analysis also suggests that the media primarily tend to treat items in neutral or critical frames. Particularly in cases where the disclosed information is about the government itself, media stories seem to be primarily negative. These results suggest, in line with prior research, that transparency-policies may easily fail to be effective. […]

  • De wil van Wilson
    Posted on 29 november 2016 at 08:48

    What do Public Administration scholars tell Public Administration students in the Netherlands about the study of Public Administration as science, public administration as empirical domain and how it works? By means of interpretative and historicizing research I studied student handbooks and historical reviews on the origination myth and self-image of Public Administration.It shows a very delineated origin myth and a mainly non-political and neutral self-image. Therefore I conclude that Public Administration mostly neglects its political-normative foundations, which deliver problems in how and what Public Administration scholars teach. This article shows the importance of the political-normative foundations and includes a plea for Public Administration as true political science. […]