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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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How to study democracy?

24 January 2022|

Jean-Paul Gagnon, a democratic theorist, suggests to study variants and innovations of democracy from a quasi-biological perspective. Nice idea, but you have to do it right, as REDRESS researcher Frank Hendriks argues in his contribution to the ongoing debate on The Loop. Read the full article here. Other articles on

Rutte and co, take a look at Ireland if you want to improve citizen participation

17 January 2022|

How can you the new Dutch government improve citizens' participation in policy making? In a recent op-ed piece in the Dutch national newspaper de Volkskrant, REDRESS-researchers Frank Hendriks, Charlotte Wagenaar, Take Sipma and Ank Michels advise to learn from experiences elsewhere, such as recent hybrid participation processes in Ireland.

Six lessons on organizing citizens’ assemblies

11 January 2022|

Many citizens want more control over their immediate living environment. And governments are looking for ways to involve citizens more directly in policy decisions. One of those ways is a citizens' assembly. The call for frequent use of such assemblies is increasing. But what is a citizens' assembly and

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