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Name Peter Groenewegen

Date of birth 27 July 1952

Nationality Dutch

Address Department of Organization Sciences

Faculty of Social Sciences

VU University

De Boelelaan 1081c

1081 HV Amsterdam


tel 020-5986914

Home address Willinklaan 10

2341 LW Oegstgeest



MSc Chemistry, Major: Organic Chemistry, Minors: Pharmacology, Chemistry and Society, Leiden University, 1975.
BA Sociology, Leiden University, 1979.
Master Courses in Organization Sociology, Occupational Sociology at Leiden University and the University of Amsterdam, 1979-1983.
PhD University of Amsterdam, “Scientists, Audiences and Resources”, Promotor: Prof. Dr Stuart Blume, copromotor Olga Amsterdamska. defended 29 June 1988.

Academic employment

1976 - 1980 Researcher, Organic Chemistry, and Lecturer, Chemistry and Society, Leiden University.

1980 - 1981 Lecturer, Chemistry and Society, University of Utrecht.

1981 - 1986 Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Society, University of Amsterdam. Responsible for Chemistry and Society teaching from 1982 –1986, in the same period dissertation research.

1986 - 1991 Assistant Professor, Science and Society, University of Groningen. Responsible for Science and Society teaching and co-director of research program on Management and Assessment of Technology.

1988 - 1989 Visiting Scholar, Center for Science and Technology Policy, School of Management, Rensselaer Polytechnic, Troy, NY, USA.

1991 - 2000 Lecturer, Social Aspects of Science and Technology, Faculty of Science, Vrije Universiteit (VU), Amsterdam. Program Director of program on social aspects of science, in this period a group was build, that received 3+ in research visitation, and on external money encompassed 5 PhDs and 3 contract researchers in 1999.

2000 Visiting Researcher, NIWI Research, Dutch Royal Academy of Sciences, Amsterdam.

2001 - 2007 Associate Professor of Organisation Theory, Co-Director of the Research Program on Strategizing for Opportunities, Department of Public Administration and Organization Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU University Amsterdam.

2007 – current Professor of Organization Science,

Director of the research program on Dynamics of Identities, Networks and Institutions, 2008-2010.

2009 – 2010 Head of Department of Organization Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU University Amsterdam.

2010 – 2012 Head of Department of Organization Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU University Amsterdam.

2013-current Director Graduate School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Social Science, VU University Amsterdam

Refereed scientific publications journal articles and book chapters

  1. P.Groenewegen, H.Kallenberg and A.van der Gen (1978). Aldehyde Enolates II. Direct alkylation of aldehyde anions. Tetrahedron Letters, 1978, 491   494.

  1. P.Groenewegen, H.Kallenberg and A. van der Gen (1979). Aldehyde Enolates III. Di­rect sulfenylation and iodination of aldehyde anions. Tetrahedron Letters, 1979, 2817 2820.

  1. Peter Groenewegen (1987). Attracting audiences and the emergence of toxicology as a practical science. In S.S.Blume et al. (Eds.) Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook: Vol XI. The Social Direction of the Public Sciences (pp. 305 326). Dordrecht: Reidel.

  1. A.Rip and P.Groenewegen (1988). Les faits scientifiques a l'epreuve de la politique. In Michel Callon (Ed.), La science et ses réseaux, génèse et circulation des faits scientifiques (pp. 149-172). Paris: Editions la Découverte.

  2. W.van Rossum, K.Y.van den Berg and P.Groenewegen (1988). Actor and social network analyses of a problem field; The case of DES research. In A.F.J.van Raan, A.J.Nederhof and H.F.Moed (Eds.), Science and technology indicators, their use in science policy and their role in science studies (pp. 287-305). Leiden: DSWO Press.

  3. Philip Vergragt and Peter Groenewegen (1989). New technological developments and technology assessment: a plea for an integrated approach. Project Appraisal, 4, 29-35.

  4. Peter Groenewegen (1989). Influences of local and organizational factors on output indicators, Scientometrics, 15, 409-422.

  5. Frank den Hond, Peter Groenewegen and Philip Vergragt (1990). Technology assessment, expectations and networks: an illustration using new materials. Project Appraisal, 5, 83-92.

  6. Peter Groenewegen and Philip Vergragt (1991). Technology policy and the creation of new technologies. International Journal of Technology Management, 6,75-90.

  7. José van Eijndhoven and Peter Groenewegen (1991). The construction of expert advice on health risks, Social Studies of Science, 21, 257-278.

  8. Peter Groenewegen and Philip Vergragt (1991). Environmental issues as threats and opportunities in technological innovation. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 4, 43-55.

  9. Philip J.Vergragt, Peter Groenewegen and Karel F.Mulder (1992). Industrial technological innovation: interrelationships between technological, economic and sociological analyses. In P.Saviotti, V.Walsh and R.Coombs (Eds.) Technological Change and Company Strategies (pp. 226-247). London: Academic Press.

  10. Peter Groenewegen (1992). stimulating 'hot technologies' interorganizational networks in Dutch ceramic research. R&D Management, 22, 293-305.

  11. Peter Groenewegen and Frank den Hond (1993). Product waste in the automobile industry: technology and environmental management. Business Strategy and the Environment, 2, 1-12.

  12. Eric-Jan Tuininga and Peter Groenewegen (1993). Sustainable development: a challenge to Dutch industry? Business Strategy and the Environment, 2, 28-41.

  13. Frank den Hond and Peter Groenewegen (1993). Cooperation between firms in the automotive branch and strategies to solve environmental problems. In: J.Schot and K.Fischer, Environmental Strategies for Industry -- International Perspectives on Research Needs and Policy Implications (pp. 343-367). Washington D.C.: Island Press.

  14. Peter Groenewegen and Frank den Hond (1996). Environmental technology foresight: new horizons for technology management. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 8, 33-46.

  15. Peter Groenewegen and Stephen Potter (1996). Institutional barriers to the introduction of lightweight vehicles. International Journal of Vehicle Design, 17, 240-246.

  16. Peter Groenewegen and Julie L. Hass (1996). Life cycle management. In Peter Groenewegen, Kurt Fisher, Edith G.Jenkins, and Johan Schot (Eds.), The Greening of Industry, Bibliography and Resource Guide (pp. 63-85). Washington D.C.: Island Press.

  17. Theo de Bruijn, Peter Groenewegen and Jesper Grolin (1997). Global restructuring – A place for ecology? Business Strategy and the Environment, 6, 173-184.

  18. P.Groenewegen, E.Reijnen and T.Goverse (1997). Pesticide use in the Netherlands: What leverage for policy? European Environment, 7, 126-132.

  19. Annelie Boogerd, Matthijs Hisschemöller and Peter Groenewegen (1997). Knowledge utilization in water management in the netherlands related to desiccation. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 33, 731-740.

  20. Peter Groenewegen, Tessa Goverse, Dolf Gielen, Henk Moll (1998). Barriers to the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions from materials. Milieu, 255-263.

  21. Lois S. Peters, Nico Fiebelkorn and Peter Groenewegen (1998). A comparison of networks between industry and public sector research in biotechnology and materials technology. Research Policy, 27 , 257-273.

  22. F.den Hond, P.Groenewegen and W.T. Vorley (1999). Globalization of pesticide technology and meeting the needs of low-input sustainable agriculture, American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, 14, 50-58.

  23. M.Hekkert, T.Goverse, P.Groenewegen, E.Worrell, R.E.H.M. Smits (2001). Wood in the residential construction sector; opportunities and constraints, Resources Conservation and Recycling, 34, 53 –74.

  24. Hisschemöller, M., R. Hoppe, P. Groenewegen en C.J.H. Midden (2001). Knowledge use and political choice in Dutch environmental policy: A problem structuring perspective on real life experiments in extended peer review. In Hisschemöller, M., W. N. Dunn, R. Hoppe and J. Ravetz (Eds.). Policy studies review annual, Volume 12. Knowledge, power and participation in environmental policy analysis (pp. 437-470). New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers.

  25. Hekkert, Marko, Peter Groenewegen, Tom Kram, Robbert van Duin and Paulien de Jong (2002). Improved material management as trend-breaking for reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. In Marcel Kok, Walter Vermeulen, Andre Faaij en David de Jager (Eds.), Global warming and social innovation. The challenge of a climate-neutral society (pp. 126-142). Earthscan, London.

  26. Peter Groenewegen and Lois S. Peters (2002). The emergence and change of materials science and engineering in the United States. Science Technology and Human Values, 27, 112-133.

  27. Peter Groenewegen (2002). Accommodating science to external demands: The emergence of Dutch toxicology. Science Technology and Human Values, 27, 479-498.

  28. Matteo Bartolomeo, Davide dal Maso, Paulien de Jong, Peter Eder, Peter Groenewegen, Peter Hopkinson, Peter James, Lissy Nijhuis, Marie Örninge, Gerd Scholl, Adriaan Slob and Olof Zaring (2003). Eco-efficient producer services. What are they, how do they benefit the environment and how likely are they to develop? Journal of Cleaner Production, 11, 829 – 837.

  29. F. den Hond, P. Groenewegen and N.M. van Straalen (2003). Questions around the persistence of the pesticide problem. In F. den Hond, P.Groenewegen and N.M. van Straalen (Eds.), Pesticides, problems, improvements, alternatives (pp. 1-15). Oxford: Blackwell Science.

  30. Peter Groenewegen, Frank den Hond and Nico M. van Straalen (2003). Integration, learning to solve the pesticide problem. In F. den Hond, P.Groenewegen and N.M. van Straalen (Eds.) Pesticides, problems, improvements, alternatives (pp. 241-251). Oxford: Blackwell Science.

  31. Peter Groenewegen and Paul Wouters (2004). Genomics, ICT and the formation of R&D networks, New Genetics and Society, 23, 167-185.

  32. Frank G. A. de Bakker, Peter Groenewegen, and Frank den Hond (2005). A bibliometric analysis of 30 years of research and theory on corporate social responsibility and corporate social performance. Business & Society, 44, 283-317.

  33. Frank G. A. de Bakker, Peter Groenewegen, and Frank den Hond (2006). A research note on the use of bibliometrics to review the CSR/CSP literature. Business & Society, 45, 7-19.

  1. Peter Mika, Tom Elfring and Peter Groenewegen (2006). Application of semantic technology for social network analysis in the sciences. Scientometrics, 68, 3-28.

  1. Peter Groenewegen and Pieter Wagenaar (2006). Infighting or emergence? Towards understanding how information systems come into being. Information Polity, 11, 1-14.

  1. Gerhard G. van de Bunt and Peter Groenewegen (2007). Dynamics of social networks in genomics a statistical modeling approach. Organizational Research Methods, 10, 463-482.

  1. A.F.M.M. Souren, R.S. Poppen, P. Groenewegen, N.M. van Straalen (2007). Knowledge production and the science–policy relation in Dutch soil policy: results from a survey on perceived roles of organisations, Environmental Science and Policy, 10, 697-708.

  1. Peter Groenewegen and Pieter Wagenaar (2008). VO as an alternative to hierarchy in the Dutch police sector. Encyclopedia of Networked and Virtual Organizations Editors: Goran D. Putnik and Maria Manuela Cunha (p.1581-1587) IGI Press, Hershey, PA.

  1. Inge van der Weijden, Dick de Gilder, Peter Groenewegen and Eduard Klasen (2008) Implications of managerial control on performance of Dutch academic (bio)medical and health research groups Research Policy,37, 1616-1629.

  2. Dick de Gilder, Peter Groenewegen, Inge van der Weijden, and Maaike Geerling, (2008) Effects of organizational climate on careers in medical research Higher Education Policy,21, 205-321.
  3. Jeroen Wolbers, Peter Groenewegen, Pieter Wagenaar, (2008). ICT to facilitate emergency response in the Netherlands. Cooperation between police, fire brigades and first aid teams. Pp628-636 In: Handbook of Research on Electronic Collaboration and Organizational Synergy Janet Salmons and Lynn Wilson (eds) Information Science Reference Hershey NY.

  1. Stefan Soeparman, Hein van Duivenboden, Pieter Wagenaar and Peter Groenewegen, (2008) ICTs and the limits of integration:Converging organizational routines and ICT support in collocated emergency response control rooms Information Polity , 13, 195–211.

  1. Ragna Zeiss and Peter Groenewegen. (2009) Boundaries between STS and Organization and Management Studies? What the travels of the concepts of ‘boundary work’ and ‘boundary object’ can tell us. Organization, 16, (1) 81-100.

  2. Christine Teelken, Kees Boersma & Peter Groenewegen (2009). The graduate system in transition: can we beat the managerial challenge? In: J.Huisman (ed), International Issues in Higher Education, Routledge, New York/London. pp.237-25.
  3. F.P. Wagenaar, F.K. Boersma, P. Groenewegen and P. Niemandsverdriet (2009). Coping with ‘co-location’ Implementing C2000 and GMS in the Dutch police region ‘Hollands-Midden’ In: A.Meijer, F.K.Boersma & F.P.Wagenaar (eds.), ICTs, Citizens & Governance: After the Hype! IOS Press, Amsterdam. pp 119-134.

  4. I.Wakkee, P.Groenewegen and P. Danskin Englis (2010), Building Effective Networks: Networking strategy and emerging virtual organizations. In: B.Honig, I. Drori and B.Carmichael (eds) Transnational and immigrant entrepreneurship in a globalized world. University of Toronto Press, Toronto. pp 75-99.

  5. Boersma, F.K., P. Groenewegen and P. Wagenaar (2010). The information management of co-located Emergency Response Rooms in the Netherlands, in: H. Rahman (ed.) on Adoption, Diffusion and Evaluation of Global E-Governance Systems: Impact at the Grass Roots, Hershey: IGI Global.pp.107-116.

  1. Birkholz, J., Bakhshi, R., Harige, R., van Steen, M., & Groenewegen, P. 2012. Scalable Analysis for Large Social Networks: The Data-Aware Mean-Field Approach. In K. Aberer, A. Flache, W. Jager, L. Liu, J. Tang, & C. Guéret (Eds.), Social Informatics. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2012: 406-419. Berlin / Heidelberg: Springer

  1. C. Moser, P. Groenewegen and M. Huysman (2013). Extending Social Network Analysis with Discourse Analysis – Combining Relational with Interpretive Data, in T. Ozyer et al, ed., The Influence of Technology on Social Network Analysis and Mining, Springer, New York (in press)

  1. C.Moser, D.Ganley and P.Groenewegen (2013). Communicative genres as organizing structures in online communities – of team players and story tellers, Information Systems Journal, (in press)

  1. Peter Groenewegen and Christine Moser (2013), Online communities: challenges and opportunities for social network research, Research in the Sociology of Organizations (accepted)

  1. Posthumus, A. G., Schölmerich, V. L. N., Waelput, A. J. M., Vos, A. A., Jong-Potjer, L. C., Bakker, R., Bonsel, G. J., Groenewegen, P., Steegers, E. A. P., & Denktaş, S.(2013). Bridging Between Professionals in Perinatal Care: Towards Shared Care in The Netherlands. Maternal and Child Health Journal: 1-9.

Reviewed conference proceedings

  1. Peter Groenewegen (1984). Development of toxicological research in the Netherlands. Problem orientation startingpoint for scientific development? In W.Callebaut, S.E.Cozzens, B. P.Lecuyer, A.Rip and J.P.van Bendegem (Eds.), George Sarton Centennial, Communication and Cognition (pp. 274 277). Gent: University of Gent.

  2. Peter Groenewegen (2001), Genomics and network formation in the pharmaceutical industry. Proceedings IEEE International Engineering Management Conference. 280-285.

  3. Yvette Taminiau and Peter Groenewegen (2003). The strength of social embeddedness: societal and cultural activism, as conditions for early internet entrepreneurs in Amsterdam, Proceedings IEEE International Engineering Management Conference. 494-498.

  4. M.D Bahlmann, T. Elfring, P.Groenewegen, M.H. Huysman, Does Distance Matter? An Ego-network approach towards the knowledge-based theory of clusters, AOM Best Paper Proceedings, Montreal Conference, 2010. 6pp.

  5. Boersma, F.K., P. Groenewegen and P. Wagenaar (2009). Emergency Response Rooms in Action: an ethnographic case-study in Amsterdam. In: Proceedings of the 6th International ISCRAM Conference. Gothenburg, Sweden, May 2009. J. Landgren and S. Jul, eds. (ISBN 978-91-633-4715-3): 1-8.

  6. Passenier, David; Mollee, Julienka; Wolbers, Jeroen; Boersma, Kees; Groenewegen, Peter, Formalization of crisis response coordination from a public inquiry report, In: Proceeding of the 9th International ISCRAM Conference. Vancouver, April 2012. Leon Rothkrantz, Jozef Ristvej, Zeno Franco, eds. (ISBN 978-0-86491-332-6): 1-6.

  1. D.Ganley, C.Moser, P.Groenewegen (2012). Categorizing Behavior in Online Communities: A Look into the World of Cake Bakers, 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, IEEE Computer Society Press, 2012.p.3457-3466.

Edited Books

  1. A.Rip en P.Groenewegen Eds.) (1980). Macht over kennis. Mogelijkhe­den van wetenschapsbeleid [Power over knowledge. Possibilities of science policy]. Alphen aan de Rijn: Samsom.

  2. Peter Groenewegen, Kurt Fisher, Edith G.Jenkins, and Johan Schot (Eds.) (1996). The Greening of Industry, Bibliography and Resource Guide. Washington D.C.: Island Press.

  3. Peter Groenewegen, Ken Green, Peter S. Hofman (Eds.) (2001). Ahead of the Curve. Cases of Innovation in Environmental Management. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

  4. F. den Hond, P.Groenewegen and N.M. van Straalen (Eds.) (2003). Pesticides, Problems, Improvements, Alternatives. Oxford: Blackwell Science.

Chapters in books and external reports

  1. Peter Groenewegen (1986). Prioriteiten in de toxicologie [Priorities in toxicology]. In A.Rip, R.Hagendijk, H.Dits (Eds.) Implementatie van Prioriteiten een Achtergrond Studie, [Implementation of priorities a background study] 's Gravenhage/Amsterdam: RAWB/Vakgroep Wetenschapsdynamica UvA.

  2. Peter Groenewegen (1991). Materiaaltechnologie en milieu, een verkennende studie [Material technology and the environment, a foresight study] Zoetermeer: AdviesGroep Materialen.

  3. R. Weterings, L. Sterrenberg, P. Groenewegen (1991). Signalering van de risico's van nieuwe technologieën [Signalling the Risks of New Technologies]. Rijswijk: Raad voor het Milieu- en Natuuronderzoek (RMNO).

  4. Peter Groenewegen en Marco van der Ven (1992). Materiaaltechnologie en milieu, een onderzoeksprogrammering [Materials technology and the enviroment, a programming exercise]. Rijswijk: RMNO.

  5. Frank den Hond, Peter Groenewegen en Philip Vergragt (1992). Milieuvriendelijker produktontwerp door samenwerking. Een case-study in de automobielindustrie [Environmental Friendly Design by Cooperation. A Case Study in the Automobile Industry]. Den Haag: NOTA.

  6. P.Groenewegen and F.den Hond (1992). Technological Innovation in the Plastics Industry and its Influence on the Environmental Problems of Plastic Waste, Report on the Automotive Industry. Brussels-Luxembourg: Commission of the European Communities.

  7. Peter Groenewegen & George van Overbeeke (1994). Jute &Life Cycle Analysis: A Review on a Comparative Impact Assessment by EPEA. Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit.

  8. Peter Groenewegen, Esther Reijnen, Jo-Ella van Rijn, Theo van de Sande, John Grin, Hans van Laar, Carlo Schreurs, Joost Reus, Gea Bouwman (1996). Op weg naar duurzame gewasbescherming [On the Road to Sustainable Crop Protection]. Den Haag: Rathenau Instituut.

  9. Petra Doelman, Ferd Schelleman, Coen Sedee, Tessa Goverse & Peter Groenewegen (1996). EPE Workbook: Towards Sustainable Agri-food Chains. Den Haag: TME.

  10. Peter Groenewegen (1997). De relatie tussen stof-materiaal-productstroomonderzoek en besluitvorming [The relation between substance-material-product strudies and decision making. In Frank den Hond (Ed.) Sociaal-economische sturing van product- en materiaalketens, [Socio-economic Steering of Product- and Material Chains] (pp.17-24). Workshop Report R-97/04. VU Amsterdam: IVM Vrije Universiteit

  11. Sacha Silvester, Claudia Bouwens, Peter Groenewegen, Anke van Hal, Ger de Vries (1998). Duurzame stedenbouw, koersen op kansen [Sustainable urban development: setting a course for opportunities]. Den Haag: Rathenau Instituut.

  12. M.Hisschemöller, P.Groenewegen, R.Hoppe and C.J.H.Midden (1998). Kennisbenutting en politieke keuze: een dilemma voor het milieubeleid? [Knowledge utilization and political choice: a dilemma for envrionmental policy?]. Werkdocument 65. Den Haag: Rathenau Instituut.

  13. T.Kram, D.J. Gielen, A.J.M.Bos, M.A.P.C. de Feber, T. Gerlagh, B.J.Groenendaal, H.C.Moll, M.E.Bouwman, B.W.Daniels, E. Worrell, M.P.Hekkert, L.A.J.Joosten, P.Groenewegen and T.Goverse (2001). The Matter Project: Integrated Energy and Materials Systems Engineering for GHG Emission Mitigation. Report no.: 410 200 055, Dutch National Research Programme on Global Air Pollution and Climate Change, Bilthoven, Netherlands.

  14. Inge van der Weijden, Peter Groenewegen en Eduard Klasen (2001). Intermediaire Organisaties in het Nederlands Gezondheidsonderzoek [Intermediary organizations in Dutch health research]. Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit, Faculteit Sociaal Culturele Wetenschappen, Afdeling Bestuurs- en Communicatiewetenschappen.

Selection of professional and other publications

  1. Peter Groenewegen en Jan Korff de Gidts (1978). Veiligheid, gezondheid, politiek en wetenschap [Safety, Health, Politics and Science]. Wetenschap en Samenleving, (8), 11 19.

  2. P.Groenewegen, C.Kleisen, E.van Kreveld, K.Nienhuys, A.Rip, K.Schutter (1979). Verkenningscommissie chemisch onderzoek. [Future committee on chemical research]. Wetenschap en Samen­leving, (1), 14 20.

  3. P.Groenewegen en P.Kerklaan (1980). Naar een maatschappelijke chemie [Towards a Societal Chemistry]. Wetenschap en Samenleving, (5/6): 58 65.

  4. D.Lub, P.Groenewegen en A.Rip (1980). Kankeronderzoeksbeleid in Nederland [Cancer Research Policy]. In A.Rip en P.Groenewegen (Eds.), Macht over Kennis [Power over knowledge] Alphen aan de Rijn: Samsom.

  5. Peter Groenewegen en Peter Kerklaan (1980). Wissenschaftsladen auf dem Weg zur gesellschaftsbezogener Chemie, Wechselwirkung, (7), 44 47.

  6. P.Vergragt, J.Cramer and P.Groenewegen (1980). Science Shops in the Netherlands. Science for People, 45: 8 11.

  7. Peter Groenewegen (1981). Scientific research on occupational safety and health, the role of trade unions in science policy. In Ken Green (Ed.) Report on a workshop­ on trade unions and science policy University of Manchester, 7 9 January (pp. 23 34). Manchester: University of Manchester.

  8. Peter Groenewegen (1982). Reorganisatie en automatisering in een industrieel laboratorium [Reorganization and automation in an industrial research laboratory]. Wetenschap en Samenleving, (6/7),49 53.

  9. Peter Groenewegen (1983). Naar een eigen werkwijze voor wetenschapswinkels [Towards a working method for science shops]. Weten­schap en Samenleving, (1), 30 34.

  10. Peter Groenewegen (1984). Wetenschap biedt geen zekerheid [Science does not offer certainty]. Wetenschap en Samenleving, (6), 4 – 12.

  11. Peter Groenewegen and Paul Swuste (1984). Worker scientist Cooperation, Science for the People, (novem­ber/december), 7 10: 27 29.

  12. Peter Groenewegen (1985). On the social construction of interests, Easst Newsletter,4 (2), 8 12.

  13. Peter Groenewegen (198­5). Wetenschappelijke macht in de praktijk [Scientific power in practice]. Krisis, 18, 23 36.

  14. Philip Vergragt en Peter Groenewegen (1987). De uitdaging van nieuwe materialen [The challenge of new materials]. Wetenschap en Samen­leving, (12), 3-10.

  15. Peter Groenewegen (1988). Risico's, Technologie en Ideologie, (Risks, Technology and Ideology) Weten­schap en Samenle­ving, (1), 46 49.

  16. Peter Groenewegen en Frank den Hond (1994). Integraal ketenbeheer en ontwerpkontekst: de automobielindustrie. [Integrated Chain Management and Design Context: The Automobile Industry]. Milieu, 65-72.

  17. P.Groenewegen, T.Goverse, H.Mol, M.P.Hekkert (2001). Barriers to materials innovation. In T.Kram et al. The matter project: integrated energy and materials systems engineering for GHG Emission Mitigation (pp. 133-153). Bilthoven: NOP.

  18. Peter Groenewegen (1994). De kleine bijdrage van de compacte auto [The small contribution of the compact car]. Zeno, 8-9.

  19. J. de Groene, W. Hafkamp en P. Groenewegen (1996). Milieugericht integraal ketenbeheer. een pakkend thema [Environmental chain management and challenging theme] Milieu,11, 98-102.

  20. Esther Reijnen en Peter Groenewegen (1996). Bestrijdingsmiddelen en sturing in agrarische produktketens. [Pesticides and steering in agricultural product chains] Milieu, 11, 130-137.

  21. Peter Groenewegen, Kurt Fischer, Edit G. Jenkins and Johan Schot (1996). Introduction. In Peter Groenewegen, Kurt Fisher, Edith G.Jenkins, and Johan Schot (Eds.), The Greening of Industry, Bibliography and Resource Guide (pp. 1-7). Washington D.C.: Island Press.

  22. Peter Groenewegen, Matthijs Hischemöller; Rob Hoppe, Cees J.H. Midden (1998). De rol van deskundigen bij politieke keuzes in milieukwesties [The role of experts in political choices in environmental issues]. Tijdschrift voor Wetenschap, Technologie en Samenleving,(3), 70-76.

  23. John Grin en Peter Groenewegen (1999). Grensconflicten tussen Wetenschap en Samenleving [Boundary Conflicts between Science and Society] Tijdschrift voor Wetenschap, Technologie en Samenleving, (2), 34-38.

  24. Jacqueline Cramer and Peter Groenewegen (1999). The role of companies in industrial transformation. In Pier Vellinga (Ed.) Industrial transformation project. research approaches to support the industrial transformation science plan (pp. 39-57). IHDP Report 19 Amsterdam: IVM.

  25. Ken Green, Peter Groenewegen, and Peter S. Hofman (2001). Ahead of the curve: Introduction. In: Ken Green, Peter Groenewegen and Peter S. Hofman (Eds.) Ahead of the curve, organisational innovation for sustainability (pp. 5-17). Dordrecht: Kluwer.

  26. Inge van der Weijden, Peter Groenewegen en Eduard Klasen (2002). Belasting van gezondheidsonderzoekers door externe beoordelingssystemen [Pressure on health researchers through external assessments]. Tijdschrift voor Wetenschap Technologie en Samenleving, 121-128.

  27. Peter Groenewegen (2003). Perspectival reviews on knowledge management, Management Learning, 34, 484-486.

  1. Peter Groenewegen (2005). Zijn bedrijven te motiveren tot milieuvriendelijker gedrag? [Can Companies be Motivated to Environmentally Sound Behavior?] In Jan Boersma en Ben Bakker (Eds.) Het gewicht van groen (pp. 232-248). Kampen: Kok.

  1. Bertien Broekhans, Anne Dijkstra, Peter Groenewegen en Cees Koolstra (2006). Verbeelding van kennis [Imaging knowledge]. p. 7-11. In Jaarboek KennisSamenleving 2. Amsterdam: Aksant.

  1. Peter Groenewegen en Maurits de Klepper (2007). Communicatie tussen wetenschappers en professionals. [Communication between scientists and professionals] p.200-208. Basisboek Wetenschapscommunicatie Jaap Willems (red), Meppel: Boomonderwijs.

  1. F.K. Boersma, , H.P.M van Duivenboden, P.Groenewegen, I.Helsloot, S.B. Soeparman, F.P.Wagenaar (2010) Meldkamers in actie, Openbaar Bestuur, maart, 8-10.

  1. Eveline Stam, Peter Groenewegen, Ingrid Wakkee (2011), Inzicht in ondernemersnetwerken en informatievermogen, Economisch Statistische Berichten 96 (4609S): 47-53.

  1. Peter Groenewegen (2011) Introduction to Part II: Exploring the logic of organizational boundaries pp157-159. In: K.J. McCarthy, M.Fiolet and W.Dolfsma, The Nature of the New Firm. Beyond the Boundaries of Organizations and Institutions. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Submitted for review and working Papers

  1. Ernest Samwel Mwasalwiba, Peter Groenewegen, Ingrid Wakkee , University entrepreneurship in Tanzania: Introducing entrepreneurship education in a context of transition (Handbook of Entrepreneurship Education, A.Fayolle and D.Redford)

  2. Marc Bahlmann, Marleen Huysman, Peter Groenewegen and Tom Elfring, Epistemic proximity and knowledge exchange among IT-entrepreneurs Research Policy (under review)

  3. Dimitrova, Nicoletta; van Dyck, Cathy; Van Hooft, Edwin and Groenewegen, Peter, Don't Fuss, Focus: On-task Thoughts as a Mediator of the Effect of Error Approach Instructions on Performance, Applied Psychology: An International Review (under 2nd review)

  4. Peter Groenewegen, Jeroen Wolbers, Julienka Mollee, Jan Bím, Time as a critical factor in networked emergency management: Analysing dynamic response networks, Submitted to Journal of Homeland Security

  5. Marieke van Wieringen, Marjolein Broese van Groenou and Peter Groenewegen Exploring the role of home care organizations in the structure and functioning of mixed care networks of frail older adults (under review Health and Social Care in the Community)

  6. Peter Groenewegen & Charlene Zietsma, Reinvigorating the concept of fields in institutional theory

  7. Schölmerich VLNS, Posthumus AG, Steegers EAP, Denktaş S, Ghorashi,H., Waelput, AJM. and Groenewegen, P, Improving coordination in Dutch obstetric health care

  8. Ingrid Wakkee, Martin van der Gaag, Mandy van Tilborg and Peter Groenewegen, The effect of positive relationships in networks of self-employeds, (paper)

  9. Marianne T. Jacobs, Marjolein I. Broese van Groenou and Peter Groenewegen, Informal-formal caregiver dyads within care networks of older adults.

  10. Dimitrova, Nicoletta; van Dyck, Cathy; Van Hooft, Edwin and Groenewegen, Peter, The error management advantage: The effects of leader error-handling strategy on follower perception and attitudes,

  11. Dorly J.H. Deeg, Roxanne Meiners and Peter Groenewegen, Out of hospital: older patients’ perception of the quality of discharge care involving transfer nurses,

  12. Klepper, G.van de Bunt and P.Groenewegen, A longitudinal analysis of multiple information networks in a medical professional organization,

Supervision of PhD students

  1. Beleid rond in vitro fertilisatie in Nederland [Policy on in vitro fertilisation in the Netherlands], (G.van Overbeeke, VU, co-promotor, defended 1993).

  2. In search of a useful theory of environmental strategy: A case study on the recycling of end-of-life vehicles from the capabilities perspective. (F. den Hond, VU, co-promotor, defended 19 September 1996).

  3. Building a climate for change. Reducing CO2 emissions through materials innovation in the european building industry. (T. Goverse, VU/NWO , co-promotor, defended 7 October 2003).

  4. Sociale Netwerken voor Gedreven Technologie. Een studie op het gebied van de fotovoltaïsche cellen [Social networks for technology: a study of photovoltaic cells]. (R.S. Poppen, NWO, assistant promoter, University of Twente defended 16 January 2004).

  5. De benutting van wetenschappelijke kennis in waterbeleid. [The use of scientific knowledge in water policy]. (A. Boogerd, VU, co-promotor defended 30 June 2005).

  6. The role of ecotoxicology in soil policy in the Netherlands. (A.F.M.M. Souren, VU, defended 27 October 2006).

  7. The role of external quality assessment and management in health research.(I.C.M. van der Weijden, VU, co-promotor, defended 19 January 2007).

  8. Social networks and the semantic web. (P. Mika, VU, co-promotor, defended 5 February 2007 cum laude).

  9. ICT Entrepreneurs and their networks. (W. Stam, VU/NWO, co-promotor, started 2003 defended 3 June 2008 cum laude).

  10. Dynamics of knowledge transfer in social networks, (M. de Klepper, promotor, VU, started 2005, defended October 2011).

  11. Social network dynamics of regional inter-firm districts and inter-organizational systems. (M. Bahlman, co-promotor, VU, started 2006 defended June 2011).

  12. Influence of University Entrepreneurship Education on Students’ Development and Decisions towards Entrepreneurship as a Future Career in Tanzania (Ernest Mwasalwiba promotor, defended November 12, 2012).

  1. The Development of Social Structures in Online Innovating Communities (Christine Moser, promotor, started april 2008 defense 2013).

  1. Coordination and emergency response (Jeroen Wolbers, promotor, started September 2009)

  1. Network Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Legitimacy (Eveline Stam, promotor started October 2009)

  1. Staying task focused in the face of error (Nicoletta Dimitrova, promotor, started September 2009)

  1. Networks in computer science research institutes (Julie Birkholz, promotor, started October 2009)

  2. Communication and identity ( Annemiek van Os, promotor, started December 2009)

  3. Simulation of organizational change ( Peter van Woensel, external,promotor, started spring 2010)

  4. Banking and CSR (Anne Kok, promotor, started September 2010)

  5. Organizational change sensemaking approach (Paul de Groot, Ordina, promotor, started autumn 2010)

  6. Health care networks of the elderly (Marianne Jacobs, promotor, started january 2011)

  7. Police public function and public reaction (Sietske de Ruijter, promotor, Police Region Rotterdam-Rijnmond, July 2011)

  8. Modeling of communication and decision making in Crisis Response (Rianne Gouman, funded D-CIS Thales, promotor, July 2011)

  9. Health care collaboration around childbirth (Vera Schölmerich, promotor, co-funded EMC, September 2011)

  10. Crisis cascades in the banking system (Adina Nerghes, promotor, funded Aspasia Hellsten, October 2011)

  11. Organizational culture and change (Freek van Berkel, promotor, DIVV, funded Amsterdam City, October 2011)

  12. Knowledge transfer between university and industry (Nischa Korff, promotor, Fachhochschule Munster, November, 2011)

  13. Health care organizational networks and elderly care (Marieke van Wieringen, promotor, funded ZonMW, November 2011)

  14. Culture and collaboration in Japanese Dutch companies (Greetje Corporaal, promotor, started 2011).

  15. Social networks in mobile networks (Claudio Martella, funded EWIDSS, January 2012)

  16. Reliable networks in emergency management (Willem Treurniet, promotor, funded TNO, started February 2012)

  17. Relatie tussen werkveld en HBO opleidingen in de informatica (Hans Frederik, Hobéon en zelfstandig, promotor, January 2012)

  18. Decision making in crisis management (Willem van Santen, promotor, Peaks and Valley, started March 2012)

  19. Communication ecology for emergency management (Remco Groet, RB&W, promotor, started April 2012)

  20. Social network analysis of company knowledge communities (Bas Reus, Favela Fabric, started July 2012)

Academic functions

1973 - 1976 Student member Committee of Education, Faculty of Chemistry, Leiden University.

    1. Board member of the Chemistry Shop, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Amsterdam.

    1. Board member of the Science Shop, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Groningen.

    1. Member and Chair of the Employee Council, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU.

2001 - 2003 Member of the Committee on Research, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU.

2003 - 2007 Track coordinator Organization track Research Master Social Research VU.
2004 -2007 Chair of the Committee on Research, Faculty of Social Sciences, VU.
2009 - Member of Management Team Network Institute VU University

2009- Member of the program board of ABRI VU.

External functions

1978 - 1983 Co-founder and member of the board of the Stichting Arbeid en Gezondheid (Foundation of Labour and Health).

1978 - 1983 Member of the board and secretary, of the Vereniging van Wetenschappelijke Werkers (Union of Scientific Workers).
1984 - 1990 Editor Tijdschrift voor Gezondheid en Politiek (Journal for Health and Politics).
1991 - 1993 Member of the National Technical Committee on Life Cycle Analysis, Dutch Standards Institute, NNI.
1999 - 2002 Editor Tijdschrift voor Wetenschap Technologie en Samenleving (Journal for Science Technology and Society)
1995 – current editor Business Strategy and the Environment.
2002 – current editororial board Jaarboek KennisSamenleving (Annual Knowledge Society), Aksant, Amsterdam.

Organization and Management Theory) Research Committee for 2008 (Academy of Management

Reviewer in recent years for NWO and ZONMW, Academy of Management Annual Conference, and the following journals: Business & Society, Business Strategy and the Environment, Journal of Business Ethics, Sociological Focus, Social Networks, Public Administration, Organization, Organizational Research Methods, Organization Studies, Science and Public Policy, Society and Natural Resources, Sustainable Technology.

Referent or member of the reading committee for the following PhD students :

Louis Goossens (University of Utrecht, 2001); Eva Heiskanen (Helsinki School of Economics, 2000); Maritta Yläranta, (Turku School of Economics, 2006); Gert Homsma (VU University Amsterdam, 2007); Jakomijn van Wijk (VU University, 2009); Elefteria Vasileiado (University of Amsterdam, 2009); Tom de Schryver (Radboud University, 2009); Gerald Mollenhorst (University of Utrecht, 2009); Bart de Jong (VU University 2009); Suresh Bhagavatula (VU University 2009); Mark Bos (VU University Amsterdam 2010); Kim van Nieuwaal (VU University Amsterdam, 2011); Maaike Verbree (VU University Amsterdam, 2011); Arend Zomer (University of Twente, 2011).


1974 - 1979 Chemistry and Society, project and courses, (Leiden University).

1980 Postgraduate course New Developments in Science Policy, (Leiden University).

1980 - 1981 Chemistry and Industry, course development and teaching (Utrecht University).
1982 - 1986 Chemistry and Society, projects and courses (University of Amsterdam).
1985 - 1986 Philosophy of Science (University of Twente).
1986 - 1991 Chemistry and Society, various courses (University of Groningen).
1990 - 1991 Innovation and Chemistry (RUG).
1993 - 2001 Social Aspects of Science and Technology courses (VU).
1999 - 2001 Social Aspects of the Information Society course (VU).
2002 - 2003 Strategic Management (BA) (VU).
2002 - 2003 European Virtual Seminar on Sustainability (VU).
2001 - 2006 Social Research Excercise (3rd year BA and Pre-masterclass) (VU).
2001 to present Supervision of Masters theses BCO ( 10 - 15 per year total 90)(VU).
2003 to 2008 Social Networks (3rd year BA) (VU).

2004 to 2008 Seminar Social Networks (Master level) (VU).

2007 -2010 Bachelor course in Organization Theory

2008 - 2010 Seminar Methodology of Organizational Research

2008 - Seminar Intrapreneurship and Relational Capabilities

Since 2001 supervision of over 100 master students.


Professional associations: American Sociological Association, Academy of Management, European Group of Organisation Studies.

External grants acquired

Research Councils

Networks and the Development of Solar Cells, 1992-1996 (NWO, PhD, project main applicant).

Barriers to Innovation in Materials, 1997-2001 (NWO, PhD, main applicant).

Quality Assessment and Medical Research, 1999-2004 (NWO, PhD, main applicant).

Boundary Work between Science and Policy, 2002-2007 (NWO, Postdoc, main applicant).

ICT entrepreneurs and their networks, 2003-2007 (NWO, PhD, co-applicant).

KNAW – Royal Academy of Sciences Akademie Assistants, 2010-2012 (main applicant 290 k€)
ZONMW National Program on Aging 2010-2014 (co applicant, 490 k€)
EU and other research funding

Development of Techniques for Lifecycle Assessment of Materials, 1988-1990 (Ministeries VROM (Housing and the Environment) en EZ (Economic Affairs), 70 k€).

Material Innovation for Environmental Goals, 1990-1992 (Interministerial Advisory Group on Materials, 60 k€).

Innovation in Plastic Technology and Waste Management in the Car Industry, 1990-1992 (SAST Unit DGXII EU, 75 k€).

Innovation in Materials Use in the Car Industry, 1991-1992 (NOTA (Dutch Organization for Technology Assessment), 60 k€).

Use of Technology Foresight in Environmental Policy, 1992 (Ministry of Housing and the Environment, 30 k€).

Advice and Report on Car Recycling, 1993-1994 (Flemish Ministry of the Environment, 15 k€).

A Life Cycle Perspective on Jute, 1992–1993 (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Directorate on Development Cooperation, 20 k€).

Development of Chain Management for Sustainability, 1995-1996 (European Partners for the Environment, 25 k€).

Technology Assessment of Pesticide Use in the Netherlands, 1996 -1998 (Rathenau Instituut, (Previous NOTA), 300 k€).

Social and Organizational Issues in the Adoption of Advanced Energy Technologies in Manufacturing, 1996-1997 (EU, DGXII, Joule/Thermie Program, 55k€).

Business-to-Business Service Innovations in the EU, 1998-2001 (EU, DGXII, Environment Program, 75 k€).

Innovation and Sustainable Construction, 1998-1999 (Rathenau Instituut, 35 k€).

Expertise and Policy, 1999 (Rathenau Instituut, 15 k€).

Participation and case development in the European Virtual Seminar on Sustainable Development 2002-2003 (Digital University VU, 25 k€).

Contribution to Interdisciplinary Project on Crop Protection, 2002-2003 (Institute of Environmental Studies, VU, 25k€).

Workshop on Corporate Social Responsibility, 2004 (International Cooperation Fund (ISW) NWO, small grant).

VU, Co-funding PhD position, 2004-2008 (DaVinci Instituut VU, 30 k€).

Interdisciplinary, Interuniversity and International education via ICT: 'Networks and Behavior’, Project with Harvard, University of Peking, University of Turku, directed by Dr.E. Dugundji, (Digital University 2006-2007, University of Amsterdam).

Workshop on Social Networks and Identity in Organizations (NWO, small grant).

Analysis of strategic interactions at Engineering firm. 2007 (together with Frederique Six7k€).

Participation of crisis organization project (2007, Fire Service Amsterdam 7 k€).

Organizational culture (Fire Service Amsterdam 2009 9 k€).

Evaluation of project management (Department of Housing VU 2009 VU 12 k€)

Research into the legitimation of health care entrepreneurs (Rabobank Fund, 2011 30k€)

Large innovation voucher for knowledge transfer (La Red, 2011, 7,5 k€).

Politie Rotterdam Rijnmond (2011 de Ruijter, promovendus, = 200 k€)

Dienst Infrastructuur Verkeer en Vervoer Gemeente Amsterdam (2011, Van Berkel promovendus 2 jaar = overige kosten, 124 k€).

Thales Research (2012, Gouman, promovendus 200 k€)

TNO (2012, Treurniet, promovendus 200k€)

Erasmus Medisch Centrum (2012 Schölmerich 50k€).

Favela (2013, Reus, promovendus, 200 k€)

Organization of workshops and conferences

Workshops with experts and decision makers were part of nearly all EU and Dutch policy projects mentioned above projects, these are not listed separately.

Two workshops on sustainable strategies in cooperation with the Helsinki School of Economics, 1999 and in 2000.

Conference Planning Committee to the 9th Greening of Industry Network Conference, Chapel Hill (NC), November 2000.

International Research Workshop on Pesticides: Problems, Improvements, Alternatives, Egmond aan Zee, June 2000.

Workshop Corporate Social Responsibility and the Politics of Stakeholder Influence Bergen, 17-19 April 2004

The Changing Dynamics of the Corporation-Society Relationship: Integrative Theoretical and Empirical Approaches, Showcase Symposium Academy of Management Conference, New Orleans, 7-11 august 2004.
Workshop on Management and Research Quality (national), VU Amsterdam, 20 June 2005.
Workshop on Social Networks and Identity in Organizations, VU Amsterdam, 25/26 June 2007.
Workshop on Two mode networks VU Amsterdam, 29 September - 2 October 2009.
Workshop and Seminar on Social Network Analysis and Theory Development, October 2010 VU Amsterdam.
Seminar on Social Network Analysis and Organizations, October 2011 VU Amsterdam.

Invitations and guest lectures

Seminar, Construction of certainty in health advice, seminar, University of Gothenburg, 19 October 1987.

Seminar, Study of technological development, seminar, University of Lund, 21 October 1987.

Seminar, Estimating the impacts of new technologies, Clark University Worcester, 27 April 1989.

Invited Expert National Academy of Sciences workshop on Anticipation of research needs for future environmental problems, Woods Hole 14/15 June 1989.

Seminar, Hybrid scientific fields: accommodating science to external demands, Department of Sociology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, October 13 1989.

Seminar, Hybrid Scientific Fields: Accommodating science to external demands, Department of Sociology, Indiana University, Bloomington, October 17 1989.

Expert workshop on transport and the environment, SAST DGXII, Brussels, 6 January 1992.

Key note speech Diverging environmental strategies of international car producers, Conference sustainable mobility. Amsterdam, 7 May 1993.

Milieubeoordeling van technologie-ontwikkeling [Environmental judgment of technology development]. Workshop milieugerichte technologieverkenningen [Workshop environmental technology foresight]. Amersfoort, 4 juni 1993.

Deelname als expert aan FAO-Consultatie over 'Jute en Milieu', georganiseerd te Den Haag Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken, 26-29 october 1993.

Frank den Hond en Peter Groenewegen, Wat kunnen we leren van de auto-industrie. [What can we learn from the car industry]. NOTA-workshop Milieuvriendelijker produktontwerp door samenwerking [Environmentally Friendly Design through Cooperation]. Soestduinen, 19 november 1993.

De compacte auto [The Compact Car]. Symposium on car and environment. Kunsthal Rotterdam, 16 June 1994.

Technologie ontwikkeling en structurele analyse [Technology development and structural analysis]. Summerschool Technology Assessment, Den Haag, 22 August 1994.

DGXII Workshop over management of technology Development, Brussels, May 1995.

Cost A3 Conference, Management and new technology, chair and discussant, Madrid, 10-12 June 1996.

Lecture, Technology and life cycles. Workshop environmental management, University of Tampere, 24 April 1997

Dutch perspectives on the European regulation of pesticide risk. International Workshop on the Europeanisation of the Regulation of Risk, London School of Economics, 27 March 1998.

Seminar, the development of industry-university co-operative research: the case of solar cells, policy push vs. market pull, MIT, Cambridge MA. 9 March 1999.

Lecture, The virtual organization? ICT in scientific research: bioinformatics as a case study, Helsinki School of Economics, Helsinki, 9 November 2000.

The virtual organization? Bioinformatics as a case study, NIWI Seminar, 6 February 2001.

The virtual organization? Bio informatics as a case study, Netwerkmiddag NOSMO Utrecht 8 June 2001.

Invited Commentary, Blueprint Workshop 7/8 May 2002, EC, Brussels.

Cultuur en kwaliteit in gezondheidsonderzoek (Culture and quality in health research) NWO- luncheon seminar, 17 June 2003, Den Haag.

Social Networks and Knowledge Transfer, Lecture International PhD course EUDOKMA, VU Amsterdam , June 2004.

Social Networks and Knowledge Transfer, Lecture International PhD course EUDOKMA, VU Amsterdam, June 2005.

Participatory modeling approaches, SENSE PhD Course October 2005.

Social Networks in the Open Source Community in the Netherlands, Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, London, 3 October 2006.

Social Networks in the Open Source Community in the Netherlands, Schulich School of Business York University, Toronto, 4 October 2006.

Communities and social networks, Berry College, Rome, Georgia, 10 October 2006.

Reconstructing and Constructing Communities Through Social Networks; Age of Networks series University of Illinois Champaign Illinois 12 October 2006.

Communities and Networks: A Social Science Perspective, SIKS Master Class: Towards a Science of the World Wide Web, 5 February 2007, VU University, Amsterdam.

Reconstructing and Constructing Communities through Social Networks, Colloquia Science & Technology Dynamics, University of Amsterdam 23 February 2007.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Profit, ORSE (Observatoire sur la Resonsibilite Societale des Enterprises), 9 may 2007 Paris.
Research meeting at the University of Illinois with Scott Poole and Noshir Contractor 17 – 20 January 2008.
Stuurbaarheid van netwerken, WODC 27 oktober Den Haag 2008.
Professional development workshop Public and non profit organizations Academy of Management Chicago 6 august 2009.
Invited paper QMSS2 seminar ‘Networks, Markets and Organizations’, 27-29 august 2009 Groningen, 2009.
Invited contribution Interorganizational Networks Conference Lexington Kentucky, 10 april 2010.
Seminar on Social Norms in Communities, Seminar Organisatie Studies, Universiteit Tilburg 15 februari 2011.
Falen van Hoger Onderwijs, Conferentie CHOI, Utrecht, 23 mei 2011.
Falen van Hoger Onderwijs, Hobéon, Den Haag, 12 december 2011.
Models for shared care from organizational perspective, NIHES Course, Erasmus Medical Centre, 8 march 2012.
Time as a critical factor in emergency communication: expanding the network tool set, LINKS Centre Kentucky, 11 October 2012.
Time as a Critical Factor in Emergency Communication, SONIC Northwestern, 13 October 2012.
Time as a Critical Factor in Emergency Communication, Department of Communication University of Illinois, 14 October 2012.

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