Prof.dr. W.M. (Martin) de Jong

Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Member ERIM
Field: Organisation
Affiliated since 2019

Prof. dr. W.M. (Martin) de Jong is Scientific Director of the Erasmus Initiative 'Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity', one of Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR) flagship research initiatives. It was jointly established by Erasmus School of Law (ESL), Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) and Erasmus School of Philosophy (ESPhil) and aims to gain knowledge on the inclusion of weak or less-well represented stakeholders in governance and management. It also has an agenda setting role in the broader societal and political debate on this topic.

Along with the above position he is professor at both ESL and RSM (each for 50% of his time) and has a part-time professor position at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs (SIRPA) of Fudan University in Shanghai. Given his 25 year international experience in research, education and entrepreneurship on public policy, decision making, urban studies, infrastructure development and cross-cultural management, it is his goal to make the initiative both locally relevant through knowledge dissemination in the Randstad Area and to give it strong global exposure by establishing partnerships in a number of leading universities around the world.

Martin de Jong (born 1970 in Vlaardingen, married, three children) has obtained his master’s degree in Public Administration from Erasmus University Rotterdam and Leiden University (joint degree) in 1993. He obtained his PhD degree in Systems Engineering and Policy Analysis from Delft University of Technology in 1999. He spent 25 years of his working life at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management of Delft University of Technology and climbed the ranks there from PhD student to Antoni van Leeuwenhoek research professor in ‘urban and infrastructure development in China’. In this period he has also worked or been a visiting scholar at University of Amsterdam, George Mason University, Aalto University, Harbin Institute of Technology and Dalian University of Technology. He has been an advisor to the Second Chamber of Dutch Parliament, the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, the Dutch national gas enterprise, Eurocities, the Nordic Road Federation, the Finnish Ministry of Transport and Communication, the Chinese cities of Shenzhen (Guangdong province) and Jingmen (Hubei province) and a host of other organisations.

During his career, Martin de Jong has specialized in the following topics: policy and governance, planning and decision-making in China, transport infrastructures, sustainable urban development, city branding, Corporate Social Responsibility and cross-cultural management.

  • H. Lu & W.M. de Jong (2019). Evolution of city branding 2000-2017 in the PRD. Cities, 2019 (89), 154-166. doi: 10.1016/j.cities.2019.01.026
  • R. Raven, F. Sengers, P. Spaeth, L. Xie, A. Cheshmehzangi & W.M. de Jong (2019). An institutional perspective on smart city experimentation: comparing governance arrangements in Amsterdam, Hamburg and Ningbo. European Planning Studies, 27 (2), 258-281.
  • C. Zhan & W.M. de Jong (2018). Financing eco cities and low carbon cities: The case of Shenzhen International Low Carbon City. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018 (180), 116-125. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.01.097
  • C. Zhan, W.M. de Jong & H. de Bruijn (2018). Comparative case study in financing eco cities. Sustainability, 10 (11), 1-16. doi: 10.3390/su10114256
  • N. Yu, T. Yu, T. Hong & W.M. de Jong (2018). Causal Linkage between Road Infrastructure and Manufacturing Agglomeration in Northeast China. International Journal of Transport Economics, 45 (2), 323-342.
  • J. Koppenjan & W.M. de Jong (2018). The introduction of public–private partnerships in the Netherlands as a case of institutional bricolage: The evolution of an Anglo-Saxon transplant in a Rhineland context. Public Administration Quarterly, 96 (1), 171-184. doi: 10.1111/padm.12360
  • H. den Hartog, F. Sengers, L. Xie & W.M. de Jong (2018). Three smart eco city projects in Shanghai. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018 (181), 692-702.
  • M. Xin, W.M. de Jong & H. den Hartog (2018). An eco-island under the smoke of Shanghai; Assessing China’s policy to turn Chongming into a world-class example of sustainable urbanization. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018 (172), 872-886.
  • W.M. de Jong, Y. Chen, S. Joss, H. Lu, M. Zhao & Q. Yang (2018). City branding in three Chinese mega-city regions: The role of ecological modernization. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2018 (179), 527-543. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.01.098
  • L. Xiong, W.M. de Jong, F. Wang, B. Cheng & C. Yu (2018). Spatial spillover effects of environmental pollution in China's Central Plains Urban Agglomeration. Sustainability, 2018 (10), 1-15. doi: 10.3390/su10040994
  • Q. Yang, C. Scoglio, D. Gruenbacher, H. Lu & W.M. de Jong (2018). A network-based approach to model the development of city branding in China. Computers Environment and Urban Systems, 2018 (73), 176-161. doi: 10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2018.06.007
  • F. Noori & W.M. de Jong (2018). Towards Credible City Branding Practices: How Do Iran’s Largest Cities Face Ecological Modernization? Sustainability, 10 (5), 1-16. doi: 10.3390/su10051354
  • M. Rui, W.M. de Jong & J. Koppenjan (2018). Assessing and explaining interagency collaboration performance: a comparative case study of local governments in China. Public Management Review (print), 21 (4), 581-605. doi: 10.1080/14719037.2018.1508607
  • Y. Li, A. Taeihagh & W.M. de Jong (2018). The Governance of Risks in Ridesharing: A Revelatory Case from Singapore. Energies, 11 (5), 1-21. doi: 10.3390/en11051277
  • M. Rui & W.M. de Jong (2018). The Psychology of Local Officials: Explaining Strategic Behavior in the Chinese Target Responsibility System. Journal of Chinese Governance, 3 (2), 243-260. doi: 10.1080/23812346.2018.1455413
  • L. Xiong, C. Yu, W.M. de Jong, F. Wang & B. Cheng (2017). Economic Transformation in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region: Is It Undergoing the Environmental Kuznets Curve? Sustainability, 9 (5), 1-15. doi: 10.3390/su9050869
  • L. Liu, T. Wu, S. Li, W.M. de Jong & Y. Sun (2017). The drivers of local environmental policy in China: An analysis of Shenzhen’s environmental performance management system, 2007–2015. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2017 (165), 656-666. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.07.165
  • L. Liu & W.M. de Jong (2017). The institutional causes of environmental protests in China: a perspective from common pool resource management. Journal of Chinese Governance, 2 (4), 460-477. doi: 10.1080/23812346.2017.1354432
  • H. Li & W.M. de Jong (2017). Public participation in eco city projects in Suzhou, in: Journal of Cleaner Production. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2017 (162), 1085-1094. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.06.121
  • W.M. de Jong, H.D. Stout & L. Sun (2017). Seeing the People’s Republic of China through the Eyes of Montesquieu: Why Sino-European Collaboration on Eco City Development Suffers from European Misinterpretations of “Good Governance”. Sustainability, 9 (2), 1-14. doi: 10.3390/su9020151
  • W.M. de Jong & H. Warmelink (2017). OASISTAN: an intercultural simulation game to understand and apply cultural dimensions. Simulation & Gaming, 48 (2), 178-198.
  • F. Mukhtarov, W.M. de Jong & R. Pierce (2017). Political and ethical aspects in the ethnography of policy translation: Research experiences from Turkey and China. Environment and Planning A: International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 49 (3), 612-630.
  • C. Zhan & W.M. de Jong (2017). Financing Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City: What lessons can be drawn for other large-scale sustainable city-projects? Sustainability, 9 (2), 1-17. doi: 10.3390/su9020201
  • C. Zhan, W.M. de Jong & H. de Bruijn (2017). Article on PPP for urban development in China and the evolution of financial relation for urban development in China. Journal of Urban Technology, 24 (4), 73-93.
  • H. Lu, W.M. de Jong & Y. Chen (2017). City branding as a policy instrument; How municipalities in the Greater Pearl River Delta promote themselves as green cities in a multi-level governance context. Sustainability, 9 (4), 1-24. doi: 10.3390/su9040496
  • Y. Lin & W.M. de Jong (2017). Moving Up the Hierarchy in a Township; An Analysis of the Impact of Real and Fictive Kinship Capital on Career Advancement through Social Networks. Journal of Contemporary China, 26 (103), 134-150. doi: 10.1080/10670564.2016.1206284
  • C. Yu, W.M. de Jong & B. Cheng (2016). Getting depleted resource-based cities back on their feet again–the example of Yichun in China. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016 (134), 42-50.
  • Y. Li, C. Zhan, W.M. de Jong & Z. Lukszo (2016). Business innovation and government regulation for the promotion of electric vehicle use: lessons from Shenzhen. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016 (134), 371-383. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.10.013
  • R. Wennersten, Q. Sun & W.M. de Jong (2016). How can the Gradual Development of More Sustainable Energy Systems Be Integrated in Urban Planning in China? Energy Procedia, 2016 (88), 23-30. doi: 10.1016/j.egypro.2016.06.008
  • P. Vergragt, L. Dendler, W.M. de Jong & K. Matus (2016). Transitions to sustainable consumption and production in cities. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016 (134), 1-12. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.05.050
  • Y. Li, V. Homburg, W.M. de Jong & J. Koppenjan (2016). Government responses to environmental conflicts in urban China: the case of the Panyu waste incineration power plant in Guangzhou. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016 (134), 130-134. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.10.123
  • R. Mu, N. Mouter & W.M. de Jong (2016). Strategic Use of Analytical Information in Transport Planning in China: How Is It Different from Western Democracies? Journal of Urban Technology, 23 (2), 3-22. doi: 10.1080/10630732.2015.1102424
  • L. Liu, W.M. de Jong & Y. Huang (2016). Assessing the administrative practice of environmental protection performance evaluation in China: the case of Shenzhen. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016 (134), 51-60. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.09.125
  • W.M. de Jong, C. Yu, S. Joss, L. Yu, R. Wennersten, X. Zhang & X. Ma (2016). Eco city development in China: Addressing the implementation challenge. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016 (134), 31-41. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.03.083
  • S. Goess, E. van Bueren & W.M. de Jong (2016). De slag om duurzaamheid in de polycentrische regio’s Randstad en Rijn-Roergebied. Bestuurswetenschappen, 2016 (3), 1-10.
  • N. Yu, G. de Roo, W.M. de Jong & S. Storm (2016). Does the expansion of a motorway network lead to economic agglomeration? Evidence from China. Transport Policy, 2016 (45), 218-227. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2015.03.014
  • R. Mu & W.M. de Jong (2016). A Network Governance Approach to Transport-Land Use Integration in Transit-Oriented Development: Evidence from Urumqi, China. Transport Policy, 2016 (52), 55-63. doi: 10.1016/j.tranpol.2016.07.007
  • S. Goess, W.M. de Jong & E. Meijers (2016). City branding in polycentric urban regions: identification, profiling and transformation in the Randstad and Rhine-Ruhr. European Planning Studies, 24 (11), 2036-2056. doi: 10.1080/09654313.2016.1228832
  • X. Zhang, M. Skitmore, W.M. de Jong, D. Huisingh & M. Gray (2015). Regenerative sustainability for the built environment–from vision to reality: an introductory chapter. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2015 (109), 1-10. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.10.001
  • W.M. de Jong, S. Joss, D. Schraven, C. Zhan & M. Weijnen (2015). Zijn eco-steden ook slim? En zijn slimme steden ook eco? Bestuurskunde, 24 (1), 49-62. doi: 10.5553/Bk/092733872015024001007
  • J. Bie, W.M. de Jong & B. Derudder (2015). Greater Pearl River Delta: Historical evolution towards a global city-region. Journal of Urban Technology, 22 (2), 103-123. doi: 10.1080/10630732.2014.971575
  • N. Yu, B. Yu, W.M. de Jong & S. Storm (2015). Does Educational Inequality Matter for China's Economic Growth? International Journal of Educational Development, 41 (C), 164-173.
  • R. Mu, W.M. de Jong, Y. Ma & B. Xi (2015). Trading Off Public Values in High-Speed Rail Development in China. Journal of Transport Geography, 2015 (43), 66-77. doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2015.01.010
  • C. Yu, G. Dijkema & W.M. de Jong (2015). What makes eco-transformation of industrial parks take off in China? Journal of Industrial Ecology, 19 (3), 441-456. doi: 10.1111/jiec.12185
  • S. Goess, W.M. de Jong & W. Ravesteijn (2015). What makes renewable energy successful in China? Energy Policy, 2015 (86), 684-696. doi: 10.1016/j.enpol.2015.08.018
  • M. Kaasenbrood, A. Zuiderwijk, M. Janssen, W.M. de Jong & N. Bharosa (2015). Exploring the Factors Influencing the Adoption of Open Government Data by Private Organisations. International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age, 2 (2), 75-92.
  • C. Yu, G. Dijkema, W.M. de Jong & H. Shi (2015). From an eco-industrial park towards an eco-city: a case study in Suzhou, China. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2015 (102), 264-274. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.04.021
  • R.P. Nugroho, A. Zuiderwijk, M. Janssen & W.M. de Jong (2015). A comparison of national open data policies: lessons learned. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 9 (3), 286-308.
  • W.M. de Jong, S. Joss, D. Schraven, C. Zhan & M. Weijnen (2015). Sustainable-Smart-Resilient-Low Carbon-Eco-Knowledge Cities; Making sense of a multitude of concepts promoting sustainable urbanization. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2015 (109), 25-38. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2015.02.004
  • W.M. de Jong (2014). The Stakeholder Analysis; Viable and Unviable Options for 798. Urban Education, 2014 (September/October), 99-105.
  • C. Yu, W.M. de Jong & G. Dijkema (2014). A process analysis of eco-industrial park development – the case of Tianjin. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2014 (64), 464-477. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2013.09.002
  • A. Maleki & W.M. de Jong (2014). A Proposal for Clustering the Dimensions of National Culture. Cross-Cultural Research, 48 (2), 107-143. doi: 10.1177/1069397113510268
  • W.M. de Jong (2013). China’s Art of institutional bricolage; how selectiveness in adopting policy transplants benefits a receiving nation. Policy & Society, 32 (2), 89-101. doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2013.05.007
  • W.M. de Jong, C. Yu, X. Chen, D. Wang & M. Weijnen (2013). Developing robust organizational frameworks for Sino-foreign eco-cities: Comparing Sino-Dutch Shenzhen Low Carbon City with other initiatives. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2013 (57), 209-220. doi: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2013.06.036
  • Y. Ma, W.M. de Jong & J. Koppenjan (2013). Identifying organizational and contractual drivers behind subway construction accidents in China: a tale of three. Journal of Urban Technology, 20 (3), 39-64. doi: 10.1080/10630732.2013.809229
  • W.M. de Jong (2013). Op zoek naar de relevantie van het eco-stad concept in China. Bestuurswetenschappen, 2013 (1), 40-52.
  • N. Yu, W.M. de Jong, S. Storm & J. Mi (2013). Spatial spillover effects of transport infrastructure: evidence from Chinese regions,. Journal of Transport Geography, 2013 (28), 56-66. doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2012.10.009
  • W.M. de Jong, D. Wang & C. Yu (2013). Exploring the relevance of the eco-city concept in China: the Case of Shenzhen Sino-Dutch Low Carbon City. Journal of Urban Technology, 20 (1), 95-113. doi: 10.1080/10630732.2012.756202
  • V. Vaidyanathan, R. King & W.M. de Jong (2013). Understanding urban transportation in India as a polycentric system. Policy & Society, 32 (2), 175-185. doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2013.05.005
  • R. Mu, W.M. de Jong, B. Yu & Z. Yang (2012). The future of the modal split in China's greenest city: Assessing options for integrating Dalian's fragmented public transport system. Policy & Society, 31 (1), 51-71. doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2012.01.002
  • M. Rui & W.M. de Jong (2012). Introduction to the issue: The state of the transport infrastructures in China. Policy & Society, 31 (1), 1-12. doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2012.01.007
  • W.M. de Jong (2012). The pros and cons of Confucian values in transport infrastructure development in China. Policy & Society, 31 (1), 13-24. doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2012.01.005
  • N. Yu, W.M. de Jong, S. Storm & J. Mi (2012). The growth impact of transport infrastructure investment: A regional analysis for China. Policy & Society, 31 (1), 25-38. doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2012.01.004
  • W.M. de Jong & M. Weijnen (2012). Ecosteden in China: droom of werkelijkheid? Rooilijn, 45 (1), 52-59.
  • M. Groenleer, T. Jiang, W.M. de Jong & H. de Bruijn (2012). Applying Western decision-making theory to the study of transport infrastructure development in China: The case of the Harbin metro. Policy & Society, 31 (1), 73-85. doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2012.01.006
  • N. Yu, W.M. de Jong, S. Storm & J. Mi (2012). Transport infrastructure, spatial clusters and regional economic growth in China. Transport Reviews, 32 (1), 3-28. doi: 10.1080/01441647.2011.603104
  • Y. Ma, W.M. de Jong, J. Koppenjan, B. Xi & R. Mu (2012). Explaining the organizational and contractual context of subway construction disasters in China: The case of Hangzhou. Policy & Society, 31 (1), 87-103. doi: 10.1016/j.polsoc.2012.01.001
  • W.M. de Jong & C. Yu (2012). The influence of Confucian throughts upon China’s infrastructural construction. Xueshu Jiaoliu (Academic Exchange), 224 (11), 39-44.
  • R. Mu & W.M. de Jong (2012). Establishing the conditions for effective transit-oriented development in China: the case of Dalian. Journal of Transport Geography, 24 (September), 234-249. doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2012.02.010
  • R. Mu, W.M. de Jong & J. Koppenjan (2011). The rise and fall of public-private partnership in China: a path-dependent approach. Journal of Transport Geography, 2011 (19), 794-806. doi: 10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2010.10.002
  • R. Mu & W.M. de Jong (2011). The Application of Public-Private Partnership Mode in China’s Metro Project. Urban Wisdom, advancing with China, 2011 (44), 46-48.
  • C. Michael, W.M. de Jong & N. Ryan (2011). Public Values in Western Europe: A Temporal Perspective. American Review of Public Administration, 41 (1), 75-91. doi: 10.1177/0275074010361529
  • W.M. de Jong, R. Mu, D. Stead, Y. Ma & B. Xi (2010). Introducing public-private partnerships for subways in China; What’s the evidence? Journal of Transport Geography, 18 (2), 301-313.
  • R. Mu, W.M. de Jong & E. ten Heuvelhof (2010). Public-Private Partnerships and the Management of Expressways in China: An Agency Theory Approach. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research (Print), 10 (1), 42-62.
  • H. Zheng, W.M. de Jong & J. Koppenjan (2010). Applying policy network theory to policy-making in China: The Case of the Urban Health Insurance Reform. Public Administration, 88 (2), 398-417.
  • Ch. Bax, W.M. de Jong & J. Koppenjan (2010). Managing the implementation of an evidence-based policy in a network-setting. The implications of a shifting policy context for Dutch Road Safety Policy. Public Administration, 88 (3), 871-884.
  • D. Levy, H. Brown & W.M. de Jong (2010). The Contested Politics of Corporate Governance: The Case of the Global Reporting Initiative. Business and Society, 49 (1), 88-115.
  • H.S. Brown, W.M. de Jong & T. Lessidrenska (2009). The Rise of Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) as a Case of Institutional Entrepreneurship. Environmental Politics, 18 (2), 182-200.
  • M.A. Altamirano & W.M. de Jong (2009). Opportunistic behavior in road maintenance markets; Exploring the Consequences through Gaming Simulation. Transportation Research Record, 2009 (2018), 13-22.
  • H. Brown, W.M. de Jong & D. Levy (2009). Building Institutions Based on Information Disclosure: Lessons from GRI’s Sustainability Reporting. Journal of Cleaner Production, 17 (4), 571-580.
  • W.M. de Jong & W.S.R. Stoter (2009). Institutional transplantation for international organisations; How their legitimacy can be enhanced by addressing administrative and cultural congruence. Erasmus Law Review, 2 (3), 311-330.
  • W.M. de Jong (2009). Rose’s 10 steps: why process messiness, history and culture are not vague and banal. Policy & Politics, 37 (1), 145-150.
  • W.S.R. Stoter, H.D. Stout & W.M. de Jong (2009). Het legaliteitsbeginsel in mondiaal perspectief. Mind your step! Bestuurswetenschappen, 63 (5), 16-28.
  • W.M. de Jong (2008). Buitenlandse modellen voor binnenlands gebruik. Rooilijn, 41 (3), 158-164.
  • J. Groenewegen & W.M. de Jong (2008). Assessing New Institutional Economics’ Potential to Explain Institutional Change; the Case of Road Management Liberalization in the Nordic Countries. Journal of Institutional Economics, 4 (1), 51-71.
  • D. Stead, W.M. de Jong & I. Reinholde (2008). Urban transport policy transfer in Central and Eastern Europe. DisP ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), 172 (1), 62-73.
  • W.M. de Jong (2008). The effectiveness of public-private partnerships in China’s transport infrastructure. Network Industries Quarterly, 10 (2), 10-12.
  • O. Kroesen, W.M. de Jong & J. Waaub (2007). Cross-National Policy Transfer to Developing Countries: Epilogue. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 19 (4), 137-142.
  • C. Ramaekers & W.M. de Jong (2007). Can Structured Policy Analysis Fulfill the Needs of Cambodia’s Rural Poor? Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 19 (4), 61-76.
  • W.M. de Jong & O. Kroesen (2007). Understanding How to Import Good Governance Practices in Bangladeshi Villages. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 19 (4), 9-25.
  • W.M. de Jong, J. Waaub & O. Kroesen (2007). Cross-National Policy Transfer to Developing Countries: Prologue. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 19 (4), 3-8.
  • B. Xi & W.M. de Jong (2007). Infrastructure network integration and trans-regional governance; Harbin-Daqing-Qiqihaer industrial corridor case and Songhua water crisis case. Chinese Journal of Public Management, 4 (4), 17-30.
  • W.M. de Jong & H. Stout (2007). The Impact of Government Intervention in Technological Transitions, Evidence from Dutch History. International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, 7 (1), 89-104.
  • W.M. de Jong & J. Edelenbos (2007). An Insider’s Perspective of Multilateral Learning in a European Expert Network; Social Interaction and Conceptual replication in a European project on sustainable urban development. European Planning Studies, 15 (5), 687-706.
  • W.M. de Jong & B. Xi (2007). Transferring the Technology Policy and Management Concept from the Netherlands to China. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 19 (4), 119-136.
  • S. van Herk, P.M. Herder, W.M. de Jong & D.A.C. Alma (2006). Opportunities and Threats for Granting More Design Space to Road Contractors. International journal of critical infrastructures, 2 (2/3), 187-200.
  • N. Bowden & W.M. de Jong (2006). Privatization of Seaport Infrastructures; A Framework for Understanding which Property Rights are Transferred from Public to Private Hands. International journal of critical infrastructures, 2 (2/3), 294-317.
  • J. Edelenbos & W.M. de Jong (2006). Conceptueel Darwinisme. Replicatie van concepten in een transnationaal expertnetwerk. Bestuurswetenschappen, 60 (5), 397-414.
  • H.D. Stout & W.M. de Jong (2006). De Koning en de Spreektelegraaf, Een begrippenkader voor de bestudering van de invloed van overheidsincentives op innovatieve ondernemingen. Beleid en Maatschappij, 33 (2), 69-82.
  • Ch. Bax, W.M. de Jong & J. Koppenjan (2006). Verkeersveiligheidsbeleid als uitwedstrijd; Een nieuwe sturingsvisie voor Duurzaam Veilig. Bestuurswetenschappen, 60 (6), 467-484.
  • M. Kuit, I.S. Mayer & W.M. de Jong (2005). The INFRASTRATEGO Game: an Evaluation of Strategic Behaviour and Regulatory Regimes in a Liberalizing Electricity Market. Simulation & Gaming, 36 (1), 58-74.
  • W.M. de Jong & H. Geerlings (2005). Exchanging Experiences between Denmark and the Netherlands on transport infrastructure policies. International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, 5 (2), 181-199.
  • W.M. de Jong & H. Geerlings (2004). Wat kan Nederland leren van de Deense infrastructuurplanning? Bestuurswetenschappen, 2004 (3), 193-216.
  • E.F. ten Heuvelhof, W.M. de Jong, M. Kuit & H. Stout (2004). Tussen naïveteit en paranoia (2004): de overheid en het ongrijpbare fenomeen strategisch gedrag. Beleidswetenschap, 18 (2), 118-136.
  • H. van der Voort, R. Van Wendel de Joode & W.M. de Jong (2004). Epilogue. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 16 (4), 109-113.
  • H. van der Voort & W.M. de Jong (2004). The Boston Biobang; The Emergence of a ‘Regional System of Innovation’. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 16 (4), 46-60.
  • W.M. de Jong & H. van der Voort (2004). Evolutionary Theory in the Administrative Sciences: Introduction. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 16 (4), 16-29.
  • W.M. de Jong (2004). The Pitfalls of Family Resemblance; Why transferring Planning Institutions between 'Similar Countries' is Delicate Business. European Planning Studies, 12 (7), 1055-1068.
  • I. Mayer & W.M. de Jong (2004). Combining GDSS and Gaming for Decision Support. Group Decision and Negotiation, 2004 (13), 223-241.
  • I. Mayer, L. Carton, W.M. de Jong, M. Leyten & E. Dammers (2004). Gaming the Future of an Urban Network. Futures, 36 (3), 311-333.
  • W.M. de Jong & H. Geerlings (2003). De opmerkelijke terugkeer van de kostenbaten-analyse in het centrum van de bestuurspraktijk; hoe het succes van OEEI lacunes in de moderne bestuurskundige theorie blootlegt. Beleid en Maatschappij, 30 (3), 166-178.
  • I. Mayer, L. Carton, W.M. de Jong, M. Leyten, R. Scalzo, E. Dammers & F. Verwest (2003). Het spel om de ruimte; experimenteren met ontwikkelingsplanologie in Brabantstad. Bestuurswetenschappen, 2003 (6), 494-517.
  • W.M. de Jong & H.D. Stout (2003). Strategic behaviour and the law; how legal authorities deal with factual strategic behaviour of former monopolists. International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, 3 (1), 38-55.
  • W.M. de Jong & H. Geerlings (2003). The remarkable return of comprehensive policy analysis for transport infrastructure to the centre of administrative practice; how the success of O(E)EI exposes weaknesses in public participation in the Netherlands. Impact Assessment & Project Appraisal, 21 (4), 281-291.
  • T.M. La Porte, C.C. Demchak & W.M. de Jong (2002). Bureaucracy in the Age of the Web: Empirical Findings and Theoretical Speculations. Administration and Society, 34 (4), 411-446.
  • H.I.M. De Vlaam & W.M. de Jong (2002). Infrastructure Co-opetition and the Creation of Value; an Anglo-Dutch Comparison of Regulatory Regimes for the Provision of Rail and Telephony Services. International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, 2 (2), 125-143.
  • W.M. de Jong & M.A. Mentzel (2001). Policy and Science: Options for democratisation in European countries. Science and Public Policy, 28 (6), 403-412. doi: 10.3152/147154301781781228
  • W.M. de Jong (2001). The Impact of Institutional Structures on Transport Infrastructure Performance; a Cross-National Comparison on Various Indicators. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research (Print), 1 (2), 169-196.
  • W.M. de Jong, T.M. La Porte & C.C. Demchak (2001). Openheid van publieke organisaties op het web; een internationale vergelijking naar de toegankelijkheid van functionarissen en documenten voor webgebruikers. Informatie en Informatiebeleid, 19 (2), 40-42.
  • W.M. de Jong (2001). Manipulative tactics in budgetary processes; the art and craft of getting the money you don’t deserve. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 14 (1), 50-66.
  • W.M. de Jong & I. Mayer (2000). Bay Area Model versus Status Quo; de uitkomsten van twee institutionele structuren vergeleken via een spelsimulatie. Beleid en Maatschappij, 27 (3), 129-142.
  • H.C. Speel & W.M. de Jong (2000). Darwin in de organisatie. Informatie en Informatiebeleid, 18 (1), 8-11.
  • J. Weggeman & W.M. de Jong (2000). Het groene poldermodel in perspectief. Beleidswetenschap, 14 (1), 72-96.
  • W.M. de Jong (1999). Cost-effective use of evaluation models: an empirical cross-national investigation. International Journal of Technology Management, 19 (3-5), 368-383. doi: 10.1504/IJTM.2000.002821
  • W.M. de Jong (1999). Survival of the institutionally fittest concepts. Journal of Memetics; Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission, 3 (1), 1-18.
  • W.M. de Jong & J. Weggeman (1999). Interactieve beleidsvorming dreigt haar krediet te verliezen. Stedebouw & Ruimtelijke Ordening, 80 (5), 25-29.
  • W.M. de Jong (1999). Institutional structures and variation of information; an international comparison of transport infrastructure decision-making. Knowledge, Technology and Policy, 12 (2), 52-74.
  • W.M. de Jong (1999). Institutionalised criticism: the demonopolisation of scientific advising. Science and Public Policy, 26 (3), 193-199.
  • W.M. de Jong (1998). Rijkswaterstaat (1798 – 1998), na 200 jaar Frans model klaar voor een omwenteling? Beleid en Maatschappij, 25 (5), 311-323.
  • W.S.R. Stoter, H.D. Stout & W.M. de Jong (2010). Er was eens een bijzonder stepje .... / Er was eens een bijzondere telegraaf. Delft: Centre for Law & Innovation
  • E. ten Heuvelhof, W.M. de Jong, M. Kars & H. Stout (2009). Strategic behaviour in network industries; A Multi-disciplinary approach. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • H. Stout & W.M. de Jong (2005). Over spreektelegraaf en beeldtelefoon. De rol van de overheid bij technologische transities in infrastructurgebonden sectoren. Utrecht: Lemma
  • H. de Bruijn, H. van der Voort, W. Dicke, W.M. de Jong & W. Veeneman (2004). Creating Systems of Innovation; How Large Transitions Emerge. London: Taylor and Francis
  • W.M. de Jong (1999). Institutional Tansplantation; How to Adopt Good Transport Infrastructure Decision Making Ideas from Other Countries? Delft: Eburon
  • W.M. de Jong, M. Han & H. Lu (2019). City Branding in Chinese Cities: From Tactical Greenwashing to Successful Industrial Transformation. In X. Zhang (Ed.), Remaking Sustainable Urbanism; Space, Scale and Governance in the New Urban Era (pp. 81-99). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan
  • S. Zhilin, B. Klievink & W.M. de Jong (2018). Community self-governance in the smart city: towards a typology. In R. Bolivar, M. Pedro & A. Munoz (Eds.), E-Participation in Smart Cities: Technologies and Models of Governance for Citizen Engagement (Part of the Public Administration and Information Technology book series, Volume 34) (pp. 81-97). New York: Springer
  • H. Stout & W.M. de Jong (2018). Strategisch gedrag en het recht: verschuivingen van het speelveld. In E. ten Heuvelhof, M. de Jong, M. Kuit & H. Stout (Eds.), Infrastratego; Strategisch gedrag in infrastructuurgebonden sectoren (pp. 223-240). Utrecht: Lemma
  • G.M. Dijkink, W.M. de Jong & W. Salet (2018). De Zuidvleugel van de Randstad: Instituties en discoursen. In Zijlicht op Toekomstverkenningen; Vier Casus, Werkdocument 2, Stuurgroep Toekomst en Strategisch Omgevingsbeleid (pp. 17-122). Den Haag: Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid
  • W.M. de Jong (2018). About cosmetics and facelifts; How city branding in China bridges the gap between a grey present and a green future. In H. Stout & I. Walraven (Eds.), The building speaks its own language; Design and construction of Sanders Building Erasmus School of Law (pp. 180-193). Rotterdam: Trichis Publishers
  • E. Cherelle, R. Hakvoort & W.M. de Jong (2017). Global trends in the political economy of smart grids. In D. Arent, C. Arndt, M. Miller, F. Tarp & O. Zinaman (Eds.), The political economy of clean energy transitions (pp. 329-348). Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • W.M. de Jong, Y. Chen, M. Zhao & H. Lu (2017). Urban transformation and city branding in the Greater Pearl River Delta. In F. Caprotti & L. Yu (Eds.), Sustainable Urbanization in Asia (pp. Chapter 23). London: Routledge
  • W.M. de Jong, A. Vernay & C. Yu (2012). Developper un en Chine: le project d’eco-cite ZONE ECO-2 a Shenzhen. In P. Ingallina (Ed.), Universites et enjeux territoriaux; Une comparaison internationale de l’economie de la connaissance (pp. 183-195). Lille: Septentrion Press Universitaires
  • W.M. de Jong & J. Edelenbos (2012). Knowledge exchange in trans-national city-networks; Evolutionary mechanisms in cross-local learning among European cities. In M. van Geenhuizen & P. Nijkamp (Eds.), Creative knowledge cities: Myths, Visions and Realities (pp. 364-382). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • W.M. de Jong & D. Unalan (2011). Structuring and evaluating the garbage can model of policy transfer. In A. Hull, E.R. Alexander, A. Khakee & J. Woltjer (Eds.), Evaluation for Sustainability and Participation in Planning (pp. 355-374). London: Routledge
  • D. Stead, W.M. de Jong & I. Reinholde (2010). West-east policy transfer; the case of urban transport policy. In P. Healy & R. Upton (Eds.), Crossing Borders: International exchange and planning practices (RTPI Library Series) (pp. 173-190). London: Routledge
  • M.A. Altamirano & W.M. de Jong (2009). Liberalization and privatization of road management in Finland and Spain. In J. Groenewegen, R. Kunneke & J.-F. Auger (Eds.), The Governance of Network Industries: Institutions, Technology and Policy in reregulated infrastructures (pp. 61-86). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • W.M. de Jong (2008). Drawing institutional lessons across countries on making transport infrastructure policy. In B. Flyvbjerg, H. Priemus & B. van Wee (Eds.), Decision-Making on Mega-Projects (pp. 304-326). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • W.M. de Jong, H. Geerlings & E. Molin (2007). In search of the ideal institutional structure for decision-making on transport infrastructure; A conjoint analysis of expert opinions on hybrid forms of German, Danish and Dutch decision-making. In E. Haezendonck (Ed.), Transport Project Evaluation: Extending the Social Cost-Benefit Approach (pp. 197-216). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • W.M. de Jong & B. van Wee (2007). A new guideline for ‘ex ante’ evaluation of large infrastructure projects in the Netherlands. In E. Haezendonck (Ed.), Transport Project Evaluation: Extending the Social Cost-Benefit Approach (pp. 151-167). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • H. Stout & W.M. de Jong (2007). Dutch Legal Culture and Technological Transitions; the Impact of Dutch Government Interventions. In V. Gessner & D. Nelken (Eds.), European ways of law; Towards a European sociology of law (pp. 327-347). Oxford and Portland Oregon: Harf Publishers
  • I. Mayer, M. Leijten, L. Carton, W.M. de Jong, R. Scalzo, E. Dammers & F. Verwest (2005). The Urban Network Game; A Simulation of the Future of Joint City Interests. In R. Shiratori, K. Arai & F. Kato (Eds.), Gaming, Simulations and Society (Research Scope and Perspective) . Tokyo/Berlin/Heidelberg/New York: Springer Verlag
  • Ch. Bax, W.M. de Jong & J. Koppenjan (2005). Organisatie beleidsuitvoering. In F. Wegman & L. Aarts (Eds.), Door met Duurzaam Veilig, Nationale Verkeersveiligheids-verkenning voor de jaren 2005-2020 (pp. 212-222). Leidschendam: Stichting Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Verkeersveiligheid SWVO
  • W.M. de Jong (2004). Good practices in het buitenland. In H. Priemus (Ed.), Grote Projecten: inzichten en uitgangspunten. Achtergrondstudies (Delftse bijdrage aan het Hoofdrapport van de Tijdelijke Commissie Infrastructuur, Tweede Kamer, Hoofdstuk 11) (pp. 140-157). Den Haag: Sdu
  • H. Stout & W.M. de Jong (2003). Site sharing. In E. ten Heuvelhof, M. de Jong, M. Kuit & H. Stout (Eds.), Infrastratego; Strategisch gedrag in infrastructuurgebonden sectoren . Utrecht: Lemma
  • W.M. de Jong (2003). De institutionele benadering. In L. Boekesteijn (Ed.), Meervoudig (be)schouwen : vier manieren om tegen vraagstukken bij beleidsvorming en -uitvoering aan te kijken (pp. 16-21). Rotterdam: Adviesdienst Verkeer en Vervoer
  • E. ten Heuvelhof, W.M. de Jong, M. Kuit & H. Stout (2003). Veranderende infrastructuurgebonden sectoren en strategisch gedrag. In E. ten Heuvelhof, M. de Jong, M. Kuit & H. Stout (Eds.), Infrastratego; Strategisch gedrag in infrastructuurgebonden nutssectoren (pp. 13-26). Utrecht: Lemma
  • W.M. de Jong (2003). Wegenonderhoud in Zweden en Finland. In E. ten Heuvelhof, M. de Jong, M. Kuit & H. Stout (Eds.), Infrastratego; Strategisch gedrag in infrastructuurgebonden sectoren (pp. 99-114). Utrecht: Lemma
  • W. Salet & W.M. de Jong (2003). Spatial Detachment and new Challenges of Metropolitan Governance. In S. Musterd & W. Salet (Eds.), Amsterdam Human Capital (pp. 269-286). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
  • W.M. de Jong & E. ten Heuvelhof (2003). Een definiering van strategisch gedrag. In E. ten Heuvelhof, M. de Jong, M. Kuit & H. Stout (Eds.), Infrastratego; Strategisch gedrag in infrastructuurgebonden sectoren (pp. 29-42). Utrecht: Lemma
  • W.M. de Jong & J. de Vries (2002). The Merits of keeping Cool while hearing the Siren Calls; an Account of the Preparation and Establishment of the Flemish Spatial Planning System. In W.M. de Jong, K. Lalenis & V. Mamadouh (Eds.), The Theory and Practice of Institutional Transplantation; Experiences with the Transfer of Policy Institutions (pp. 231-246). Deventer: GeoJournal Library, Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • V. Mamadouh, W.M. de Jong & K. Lalenis (2002). An Introduction to Institutional Transplantation. In W.M. De Jong, K. Lalenis & V. Mamadouh (Eds.), The Theory and Practice of Institutional Transplantation; Experiences with the Transfer of Policy Institutions (pp. 1-16). Deventer: GeoJournal Library, Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • W.M. de Jong (2002). Surpassing the Swedish model of Road Management Liberalization; Finland’s Use of Patience and Selectivity in adopting Foreign Models. In BRA/NRA Seminar on Restructuring Rod Management _Trend or Necessity? – Experiences of Institutional and Managerial Reforms in Baltic and Nordic Road Administrations, 26-27 September 2002, in Parnu, Estonia, Technical Report (pp. 109-143). Pärnu, Estonia: BRA/NRA
  • W.M. de Jong & I. Mayer (2002). Incodelta: private betrokkenheid en creatieve concurrentie bij strategische planvorming. In H. van Ham & J. Koppenjan (Eds.), Publiek-private samenwerking bij transportinfrastructuur; Wenkend of wijkend perspectief (pp. 317-336). Utrecht: Lemma
  • L. Carton, I. Mayer, W.M. de Jong, M. Leijten, R. Scalzo, E. Dammers & F. Verwest (2002). The urban network game: Innovations in Development Planning. In I. Mayer & W. Veeneman (Eds.), Games in the World of Infrastructures (pp. 39-65). Delft: Eburon
  • W.M. de Jong & I. Mayer (2002). The Incodelta Game: Alternative Decision Making Models for Transport Corridors. In I. Mayer & W. Veeneman (Eds.), Games in the World of Infrastructures (pp. 67-83). Delft: Eburon Publishers
  • W.M. de Jong, K. Lalenis & V. Mamadouh (2002). Drawing Lessons about Lesson Drawing; what the Case Reports tell us about Institutional Transplantation. In W.M. de Jong, K. Lalenis & V. Mamadouh (Eds.), The Theory and Practice of Institutional Transplantation; Experiences with the Transfer of Policy Institutions (pp. 283-300). Deventer: GeoJournal Library, Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • W.M. de Jong & N. Haran (2002). An American in London; can London Underground acquire New York Subway Features? In W.M. de Jong, K. Lalenis & V. Mamadouh (Eds.), The Theory and Practice of Institutional Transplantation; Experiences with the Transfer of Policy Institutions (pp. 199-212). Deventer: GeoJournal Library, Kluwer Academic Publishers
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  • F. den Hertog & W.M. de Jong (2002). A West German School System for the New Länder; the Reform of the Educational System in the Former GDR after the German Reunification. In W.M. de Jong, K. Lalenis & V. Mamadouh (Eds.), The Theory and Practice of Institutional Transplantation; Experiences with the Transfer of Policy Institutions (pp. 119-134). Deventer: GeoJournal Library, Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • W.M. de Jong (2002). Rijkswaterstaat; A 1798 French Transplant in the Netherlands two centuries later. In W.M. de Jong, K. Lalenis & V. Mamadouh (Eds.), The Theory and Practice of Institutional Transplantation; Experiences with the Transfer of Policy Institutions (pp. 47-62). Deventer: GeoLibrary Journal, Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • K. Lalenis, W.M. de Jong & V. Mamadouh (2002). Families of Nations and Institutional Transplantation. In W.M. de Jong, K. Lalenis & V. Mamadouh (Eds.), The Theory and Practice of Institutional Transplantation; Experiences with the Transfer of Policy Institutions (pp. 33-52). Deventer: GeoJournal Library, Kluwer Academic Plubishers
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  • W.M. de Jong (2002). De institutionele benadering. In Beleid in perspectieven; Begrippenkader voor een bestuurlijke blik op beleidsvorming en –uitvoering (pp. 13-50). Rotterdam: Rijkswaterstaat, Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstaat
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  • W.M. de Jong (1998). Een erfenis uit de Bataafse periode; de Franse wortels van Rijkswaterstaat. In K. d'Angremond & et al. (Eds.), Watertovenaars, Delftse ideeën voor nog 200 jaar Rijkswaterstaat (pp. 24-40). Rotterdam: Beta Imagination Publishers
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