03 March 2021
Researchers invite all inhabitants of the Netherlands to contribute to climate policy
What does the Dutch population think about Dutch climate policy? Researchers from TU Delft and Utrecht University invite thousands of Dutch people to contribute their ideas.
28 January 2021
PVE versus cost-benefit analysis: contrasting the recommendations in the context of urban mobility investments
Recently, a paper was published on the possible different policy recommendations that result of a Participatory Value Evaluation (PVE) and a Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) in the context of urban mobility investments. Niek Mouter, Paul Koster and Thijs Dekker investigated this on the basis of a PVE and various CBAs that were carried out for 16 urban mobility investments.
14 January 2021
TPM researchers Anatol Itten and Niek Mouter are going to the arctic circle
Two researchers from TPM are involved in a proposal for the Norwegian Research Council that received positive funding news.
24 November 2020
First PVE PhD colloquium on December 10
On 10 December, from 13:30 till 15:30, the first PVE PhD colloquium will be held. In this colloquium, PhD candidates Lisanne, Adrienne and Jose Ignacio will present and discuss some of their results. In their studies they used PVE as a research method, or they looked at how PVE as a research method can be applied.
30 October 2020
Shannon Spruit op lokale-democratie.nl over participatie van inwoners bij energiebeleid van Súdwest-Fryslân
Wat vinden inwoners van Súdwest-Fryslân belangrijk bij het vormen van toekomstig energiebeleid? De gemeente onderzocht het met behulp van de Participatieve Waarden Evaluatie. Onderzoeker Shannon Spruit van de TU Delft vertelt over de voordelen van deze online participatiemethode. 'Door in de huid te kruipen van een bestuurder, ontdekken inwoners hoe complex het is om keuzes te maken.'