Frank van Laerhoven
Frank van Laerhoven
Associate Professor Environmental Sciences, Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University
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Towards a conceptual framework for the study of shifts in modes of environmental governance–experiences from the Netherlands
PPJ Driessen, C Dieperink, F van Laerhoven, HAC Runhaar, ...
Environmental policy and governance 22 (3), 143-160, 2012
Traditions and Trends in the Study of the Commons
F Van Laerhoven, E Ostrom
International Journal of the Commons 1 (1), 3-28, 2007
From local strongman to facilitator: Institutional incentives for participatory municipal governance in Latin America
K Andersson, F Van Laerhoven
Comparative political studies 40 (9), 1085-1111, 2007
The effectiveness of EIA as an instrument for environmental governance: reflecting on 25 years of EIA practice in the Netherlands and the UK
J Arts, HAC Runhaar, TB Fischer, U Jha-Thakur, FV Laerhoven, ...
Progress in Environmental Assessment Policy, and Management Theory and …, 2016
Governing community forests and the challenge of solving two-level collective action dilemmas—A large-N perspective
F Van Laerhoven
Global Environmental Change 20 (3), 539-546, 2010
The contribution of institutional theories to explaining decentralization of natural resource governance
T Bartley, K Andersson, P Jagger, F Laerhoven
Society and Natural Resources 21 (2), 160-174, 2008
Governing the Commons for two decades: A complex story
E Berge, F Van Laerhoven
International Journal of the Commons 5 (2), 2011
Local governments and rural development: comparing lessons from Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Peru
K Andersson, G Gordillo, F Van Laerhoven
University of Arizona Press, 2009
Making it last? Analysing the role of NGO interventions in the development of institutions for durable collective action in Indian community forestry
C Barnes, F van Laerhoven
Environmental Science & Policy 53, 192-205, 2015
Environmental assessment in the Netherlands: effectively governing environmental protection? A discourse analysis
H Runhaar, F van Laerhoven, P Driessen, J Arts
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 39, 13-25, 2013
A gender approach to understanding the differentiated impact of barriers to adaptation: responses to climate change in rural Ethiopia
AA Mersha, F Van Laerhoven
Regional Environmental Change, 1-3, 2016
From Sandoz to Salmon: Conceptualizing resource and institutional dynamics in the Rhine watershed through the SES framework
S Villamayor-Tomas, F Fleischman, IP Ibarra, A Thiel, F van Laerhoven
International Journal of the Commons 8 (2), 2014
Communities and commons: the role of community development support in sustaining the commons
F Van Laerhoven, C Barnes
Community Development Journal 49 (suppl_1), i118-i132, 2014
Helping to Self-Help? External Interventions to Stimulate Local Collective Action in Joint Forest Management, Maharashtra, India
C Barnes, FV Laerhoven
International Forestry Review 15 (1), 1-17, 2013
The 20th anniversary of Elinor Ostrom’s governing the commons
F van Laerhoven, E Berge
International Journal of the Commons 5 (1), 2011
Theorising EIA effectiveness: A contribution based on the Danish system
I Lyhne, F van Laerhoven, M Cashmore, H Runhaar
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 62, 240-249, 2017
Advocating for change? How a civil society-led coalition influences the implementation of the forest rights act in India
C Barnes, F Van Laerhoven, PPJ Driessen
World Development 84, 162-175, 2016
The Virtue of Conflict: An Institutional Approach to the Study of Conflict in Community Forest Governance
FV Laerhoven, KP Andersson
International Forestry Review 15 (1), 122-135, 2013
Quality control for environmental policy appraisal tools: an empirical investigation of relations between quality, quality control and effectiveness
I Lyhne, M Cashmore, H Runhaar, F van Laerhoven
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 18 (1), 121-140, 2016
Indigenous peoples' expectations for forestry in New Brunswick: Are rights enough?
S Wyatt, M Kessels, F van Laerhoven
Society & Natural Resources 28 (6), 625-640, 2015
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