Martijn van den Hurk
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The governance of public–private partnerships in sports infrastructure: Interfering complexities in Belgium
M van den Hurk, K Verhoest
International Journal of Project Management 33 (1), 201-211, 2015
The challenge of using standard contracts in public–private partnerships
M Van Den Hurk, K Verhoest
Public Management Review 18 (2), 278-299, 2016
National varieties of Public–Private Partnerships (PPPs): A comparative analysis of PPP-supporting units in 19 European countries
M Van den Hurk, L Brogaard, V Lember, O Helby Petersen, P Witz
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 18 (1), 1-20, 2016
Water safety and spatial development: An institutional comparison between the United Kingdom and the Netherlands
M van den Hurk, E Mastenbroek, S Meijerink
Land Use Policy 36, 416-426, 2014
Public–Private Partnerships: Where Do We Go From Here? A Belgian Perspective
M van den Hurk
Public Works Management & Policy 23 (3), 274-294, 2018
Changing public accountability mechanisms in the governance of Dutch urban regeneration
T Tasan-Kok, M van den Hurk, S Özogul, S Bittencourt
European Planning Studies 27 (6), 1107-1128, 2019
On the fast track? Using standard contracts in public–private partnerships for sports facilities: A case study
M van den Hurk, K Verhoest
Sport Management Review 20 (2), 226-239, 2017
Learning to contract in public–private partnerships for road infrastructure: recent experiences in Belgium
M van den Hurk
Policy Sciences, 1-25, 2016
PPP policy, depoliticisation, and anti-politics
T Willems, W Van Dooren, M van den Hurk
Partecipazione e conflitto 10 (2), 448-471, 2017
Bundling the procurement of sports infrastructure projects: How neither public nor private actors really benefit
M van den Hurk
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (8), 1369-1386, 2016
What's the deal? Standardizing contracts for public-private partnerships
M van den Hurk
Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium), 2015
Public–private partnerships and the design process: Consequences for architects and city building
M Van den Hurk, M Siemiatycki
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 42 (4), 704-722, 2018
Public Private Partnerships in Transport: Trends & Theory P3T3
K Verhoest, N Carbonara, V Lember, OH Petersen, W Scherrer, ...
Discussion Papers part I, COST, 2013
Contractual arrangements and entrepreneurial governance: Flexibility and leeway in urban regeneration projects
M Van den Hurk, T Tasan-Kok
Urban Studies, 2020
Ten lessons from ten years PPP experience in Belgium
T Willems, K Verhoest, J Voets, T Coppens, W Van Dooren, ...
Australian Journal of Public Administration 76 (3), 316-329, 2017
Beyond the financial logic: Realizing valuable outcomes in public–private partnerships in Flanders and Ontario
M van den Hurk, M Hueskes
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 35 (5), 784-808, 2017
Neighbourhoods for the Future: A Plea for a Social and Ecological Urbanism
M Hajer, P Pelzer, M Van den Hurk, C Ten Dam, E Buitelaar
Introduction: National context for PPPs–policy, regulation and supporting institutions
K Verhoest, N Carbonara, W Scherrer
COST Action TU 1001 Discussion Papers 2013, Part I: Country Profiles, 2013
Flanders, Belgium
M Van den Hurk, K Verhoest
COST Action TU1001/Verhoest, K.[edit.]; ea, 18-41, 2013
Via-Invest Zaventem
M Van den Hurk, K Van Gestel
A. Roumboutsos, S. Farrell, CL Liyanage and R. Macário COST Action TU1001 …, 2013
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