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Publications

2022-02-16T09:56:21+01:00

Key Values for Democratic-Governance Innovation: Two Traditions and a Synthesis,

Hendriks, F. (2021). Key Values for Democratic-Governance Innovation: Two Traditions and a Synthesis. Public Administration , online first.

2022-02-16T09:56:17+01:00

Are Populists Sore Losers? Explaining Populist Citizens’ Preferences for and Reactions to Referendums

Werner, H., & Jacobs, k. (2021). Are Populists Sore Losers? Explaining Populist Citizens’ Preferences for and Reactions to Referendums.British Journal of Political Science , 1-9.

2022-02-16T09:56:03+01:00

Setting the voting agenda for multi-option referendums: process variations and civic empowerment

Wagenaar , C.C.L. & Hendriks , F. (2021). Setting the voting agenda for multi-option referendums: process variations and civic empowerment. Democratization , 28, 372-393.

2022-02-16T09:55:54+01:00

Unraveling the New Plebiscitary Democracy: Towards a Research Agenda

Hendriks, F. (2021). Unraveling the New Plebiscitary Democracy: Towards a Research Agenda. Government and Opposition , 56(4), 615-639.

2022-02-16T09:55:47+01:00

Does democratic innovation reduce bias? The G1000 as a new form of local participation

Binnema , H. & Michels , A. (2021). Does democratic innovation reduce bias? The G1000 as a new form of local participation. International Journal of Public Administration, online first.

2022-02-16T09:53:37+01:00

Support for citizens’ assemblies

Den Ridder, J., Fiselier, T. & Van Ham, C. (2021). Draagvlak voor het burgerforum. Een verkenning van de Nederlandse publieke opinie. Den Haag: SCP.
2022-02-16T09:58:45+01:00

National citizens’ assemblies

Hendriks, F., Michels, A. & Jacobs, K. (2021). Nationale Burgerfora. Verkenning van nationale burgerfora als democratisch gereedschap. Den Haag: MinBZK
2022-02-16T09:57:16+01:00

Research plan: supply side of democratic innovation

Den Ridder, J., Jacobs, K., Rosema, M. & Van Ham, C. (2021). Democratische innovatie in Nederland: het perspectief van burgers. Startnotitie vervaardigd ten behoeve van het project Revitalized Democracy for Resilient Societies (REDRESS).

2022-02-16T09:57:43+01:00

Research plan: demand side of democratic innovation

Michels, A., Hendriks, F. & Van Ham, C. (2021). Democratische innovaties: een verkenning van de aanbodkant en de relevante criteria. Startnotitie vervaardigd ten behoeve van het project Revitalized Democracy for Resilient Societies (REDRESS).

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First REDRESS consortium meeting

3 June 2022|

After the online kick-off event in December, the first real-life consortium meeting took place on Friday 3 June. In the Lochal in Tilburg, Frank Hendriks recalled the idea of a hybrid democratic innovation with two examples: the Irish citizens' assembly and participatory budgeting in Antwerp (see images). After the

Increasing politician’s listening skills

31 May 2022|

Our democracy is suffering from a long due overhaul. Besides the frequent call for more countervailing power, there is a growing demand for new forms of citizen participation to resolve complex and long-running dossiers such as climate change, the housing shortage and escalating healthcare costs. As part of his

Exchange with research group UGent

23 May 2022|

On Friday 20 May, the REDRESS team visited colleagues at Ghent University who are working on a research project on participatory local government in Belgium. Their focus is on the following questions: Are the roles of local politicians, citizens, civil servants and civil society organisations changing? Are the relations

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