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03 September 2020

Energy project with TU Delft citizen participation approach nominated for Galjaard prize

Energy project with TU Delft citizen participation approach nominated for Galjaard prize

The project "The energy transition as joint decision of the municipality and the mienskip of the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân has been nominated for the Galjaard prize. TU Delft researchers Shannon Spruit and Niek Mouter contributed to this innovative citizen participation process.

21 August 2020

PVE workshop for German Bertelsmann Foundation

PVE workshop for German Bertelsmann Foundation

On August 20, Anatol Itten held a PVE workshop for the German Bertelsmann Foundation. The foundation is one of the largest independent German foundations, committed on both the national and the international level to strengthening democracy through the promotion of citizen participation in political decision-making and planning processes.

21 July 2020

Coherence between perspectives and preferences in a PVE

Coherence between perspectives and preferences in a PVE

Preferences can be measured in different ways. It is unclear to what extent the findings of those methods are coherent. During her internship at RIVM (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment), Elisa de Weerd, student of the Research Master Health Sciences at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, researched the relation between two methods for measuring preferences: the Q methodology and Participatory Value Evaluation (PVE).

17 July 2020

JOIN PVE: PhD Position Participatory Value Evaluation of Health Policies - Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management

JOIN PVE: PhD Position Participatory Value Evaluation of Health Policies - Erasmus School of Health Policy & Management

Are you interested in researching a novel method for economic evaluation (PVE)? And are you curious about what the added value of this method can be for the health care sector? Then the following PhD position might be of your interest!

03 July 2020

Research into vaccination readiness and vaccination policy preferences in the Netherlands

Research into vaccination readiness and vaccination policy preferences in the Netherlands

A vaccine against COVID-19 is currently being developed. To achieve group immunity, a vaccination rate of about 75% is required. Together with Erasmus University Rotterdam and Maastricht University, Niek Mouter of TU Delft will investigate whether the Dutch are willing to vaccinate and what their preferences are for policies to stimulate the population's willingness to vaccinate.