Dr.ing. A.J. (Bram) Klievink

Bram Klievink is Professor of Public Administration at Leiden University, with a special focus on Digitalisation and Public Policy. He has a strong fascination with the interface between digitalisation and government. His research is about how digital innovations challenge the incumbent practices and institutions of public governance, and how digitalisation might be used in novel governance arrangements for the digital age. Current research include several projects on the politics and use of big data and algorithms in a public governance context.

Profile

I study governance in digital-induced institutional voids and specialise in collaborative governance arrangements for the digital age. I study this topic in the domains of electronic public services, international trade and logistics, financial cybersecurity, infomobility, smart cities and big data.

In 2013, I was awarded a VENI grant  by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Furthermore, I have been and still am involved in multiple European FP7 and NWO projects, in various capacities, including as (co)-PI, project leader, scientific coordination, supervisor and researcher. 

Furthermore, I was a board member of the Dutch Alliance for Vital Governance, a strategic research alliance for collaboration and knowledge transfer between government organisations and research institutes in the Netherlands.

I hold a PhD degree in technology and public management (2011), a MSc degree in political science (2006), and a degree in business information systems (2004).

More publications

  • 2018: EIT Digital (H2020) WELCOME (co-applicant for governance model)
  • 2017-2021: LDE EuroCEFG project: “Big data in policy making” (research fellow; supervision of PhD candidate).
  • 2017-2021: NWO (MVI) Governing crowd-based innovations (co-applicant, PhD supervision)
  • 2016-2020: Responsible Digital Future (PhD supervision)
  • 2014-2018: NWO Veni (applicant (personal grant); investigator)
  • 2014-2018: MALPAY (project leader, PhD supervision)
  • 2014-2018: NWO ISCOM - JUST (PhD supervision; co-applicant)
  • 2014-2018: FP7 CORE (co-applicant, proposal and DoW writer) 
  • 2014-2017: FP7 PETRA (researcher)
  • 2011-2014: FP7 Cassandra (workpackage leader; researcher; scientific coordination, project management)
  • 2010-2014: Dinalog Extended Single Window (researcher, project management)
  • 2008-2011: Alliantie Vitaal Bestuur (board member)
  • 2007-2009: Kanalen in Balans (researcher)
  • 2007-2007: B-Dossier (researcher)
  • NWO Innovational Research Incentives Scheme - VENI grant
  • Best Paper Award Nomination: Facilitating adoption of international information infrastructures: a Living Labs approach (paper at EGOV2013).
  • Best Management Paper Award: ICT-Project Failure in Public Administration: The Need to Include Risk Management in Enterprise Architectures (paper with Marijn Janssen at dg.o 2010).
  • Best Poster Award: Multi-Channel Management Strategy and Coordination: The Next Hurdle in Customer Orientation (at dg.o 2008).

Bram Klievink


Department:
Multi-Actor Systems

Group:

Organisation & Governance

Research interests:

Public-private information infrastructures
Public sector innovation
Information platforms
Electronic government
Governance of ICT-enabled public-private collaboration
Cyber security governance


Additional information

Dr.ing. A.J. (Bram) Klievink

profiel

Biografie

I am Associate Professor of Collaborative Digital Governance and Head the Policy, Organisation, Law & Gaming (POLG) section in the Multi-Actor Systems (MAS) department at the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management.

I study governance in digital-induced institutional voids and specialise in collaborative governance arrangements for the digital age. I study this topic in the domains of electronic public services, international trade and logistics, financial cybersecurity, infomobility, smart cities and big data.

In 2013, I was awarded a VENI grant  by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Furthermore, I have been and still am involved in multiple European FP7 and NWO projects, in various capacities, including as (co)-PI, project leader, scientific coordination, supervisor and researcher. 

Furthermore, I was a board member of the Dutch Alliance for Vital Governance, a strategic research alliance for collaboration and knowledge transfer between government organisations and research institutes in the Netherlands.

I hold a PhD degree in technology and public management (2011), a MSc degree in political science (2006), and a degree in business information systems (2004).

Expertise

public-private information infrastructures, public sector innovation, information platforms, electronic government, collaborative governance, institutional void, and governance of ICT-enabled public-private collaboration

Projecten

  • 2017-2021: NWO (MVI) Governing crowd-based innovations (co-applicant, PhD supervision)
  • 2016-2020: Responsible Digital Future (PhD supervision)
  • 2014-2018: NWO Veni (applicant (personal grant); investigator)
  • 2014-2018: MALPAY (project leader, PhD supervision)
  • 2014-2018: NWO ISCOM - JUST (PhD supervision; co-applicant)
  • 2014-2018: FP7 CORE (co-applicant, proposal and DoW writer) 
  • 2014-2017: FP7 PETRA (researcher)
  • 2011-2014: FP7 Cassandra (workpackage leader; researcher; scientific coordination, project management)
  • 2010-2014: Dinalog Extended Single Window (researcher, project management)
  • 2008-2011: Alliantie Vitaal Bestuur (board member)
  • 2007-2009: Kanalen in Balans (researcher)
  • 2007-2007: B-Dossier (researcher) 

Prijzen

  • NWO Innovational Research Incentives Scheme - VENI grant
  • Best Paper Award Nomination: Facilitating adoption of international information infrastructures: a Living Labs approach (paper at EGOV2013).
  • Best Management Paper Award: ICT-Project Failure in Public Administration: The Need to Include Risk Management in Enterprise Architectures (paper with Marijn Janssen at dg.o 2010).
  • Best Poster Award: Multi-Channel Management Strategy and Coordination: The Next Hurdle in Customer Orientation (at dg.o 2008).

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2010 - Websystemen en Computerbeveiliging
2011 - Enterprise Architectuur en Informatiebeveiliging
2013 - Enterprise Architectuur en Informatiebeveiliging
2014 - Digital Business Process Management
2013 - I en C in organistaties
2012 - Design of Innovative ICT-infrastructures and Services
2014 - I&C risico en control
2013 - Design of Innovative ICT-infrastructures and Services
2013 - IA Design Project
2014 - IA Design Project
2016 - Governance van sociotechnische systemen
2016 - I&C risico en control
2012 - Enterprise Architectuur en Informatiebeveiliging
2013 - Digital Business Process Management
2012 - IA Design Project
2014 - Design of Innovative ICT-infrastructures and Services
2016 - Mixed Research Methods for Multi-actor Systems
2017 - Governance van sociotechnische systemen
2017 - I&C risico en control
2017 - I&C risico en control
2017 - Mixed Research Methods for Multi-actor Systems
2016 - Understanding International Grand Challenges
2017 - Model-based Decision-making
2015 - I&C risico en control
2015 - Governance van sociotechnische systemen
2018 - Governance van sociotechnische systemen
2018 - Model-based Decision-making
2018 - Mixed Research Methods for Multi-actor Systems
2018 - Understanding International Grand Challenges
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