Conferences

2018

VII Congreso de la Red Española de Política Social, (Zaragoza). Paper: Comparing contract management of long-term contracts in Spain and The Netherlands: applying norms or obtaining results? Co-author: S. Parrado.

International Public-Private Partnership Scholars Network (IP3SN), (Toronto, Canada). Paper: Comparing contract management of long-term contracts in Spain and The Netherlands: applying norms or obtaining results? Co-author: S. Parrado.

Public Management Research Conference (Singapore). Paper: Hospital Care in three Modalities: Do Differences in Publicness explain Differences in Performance? Co-author S. Parrado.

2017 

III Conferencia Internacional de Sociología de las Políticas Públicas y   Sociales “Globalización, desigualdad y nuevas insurgencias sociales” (Zaragoza). Paper: ‘Nuevos partidos en Europa antes y después de la Gran Recesión: comparando Holanda y España.’ Co-author J. Rama.

 

2016

Fifth International Public-Private Partnership Conference of the International Public‐Private Partnership Scholars Network (IP3SN) (University of Antwerp). Paper: ´Agents never became stewards: explaining the lack of innovation in Public-Private Partnerships’, co-author S. Parrado.

European Group for Public Administration, (Utrecht). Paper: ‘Public values in the private sector: (why) do they care?’, co-author B. Joanknecht.

European Group for Public Administration, (Utrecht). Paper: ´Agents never became stewards: explaining the lack of innovation in Public-Private Partnerships´, co-author S. Parrado.

International Political Science Association, (Poznan). Paper: ´Agents never became stewards: explaining the lack of innovation in Public-Private Partnerships´, co-author S. Parrado.

2015

Annual Conference Netherlands Institute of Government, (Nijmegen). Paper: ‘Regulation in Public-Private Partnerships: From Deterrence to Compliance’, co-author S. Parrado.

European Group for Public Administration, (Toulouse). Paper: ‘The quality-shading hypothesis: true for PPPs?’

Symposium at the interface of Public Administration and Business Administration Research: Design Issues in Public-Private Partnerships. Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and INSEAD (Singapore). Paper: ‘Publicness: a difference that doesn’t have to make a difference’, co-authors Z. van der Wal and L. Heres.

2014

4th Biennial Conference of the Public Values Research Consortium. Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (Singapore). Paper: ‘DBFMO in the Detention Sector: Possibilities and Pitfalls ’, co-author H. Paanakker.

2013

Global challenges in PPP: cross-sectoral and cross-disciplinary solutions? Antwerp University (Antwerp). Paper: ‘Safeguarding public values in public-private partnerships: a cross case comparison.’

Department of Sociology II, UNED University Madrid. Paper: ‘Public-Private Partnerships and Public Values’.

Public Value Consortium Biennial Workshop, (Chicago). Paper: ‘Safeguarding public values in public-private partnerships on paper and in practice: results form a case study.’

2012

Symposium ‘Neither public nor private: mixed forms of service delivery around the globe’ School of Economics, (Barcelona). Paper: ‘Public-private partnerships and the safeguarding of public values: results from a case study in the Netherlands.’

2011

Annual Conference Netherlands Institute of Government, (Rotterdam). Paper: ‘Public values in public private partnerships: results from a case study’, co-author Prof. dr. G. de Graaf.

2010

European Group for Public Administration, (Toulouse). Paper: ‘Integrity and ethics in public-private partnerships.’

International Public Value Conference, (Leiden). Paper: ‘Public-private partnerships and public values.’

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