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prof. dr. J. (John) Grin


  • Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Programme group: Transnational Configurations, Conflict and Governance
  • Visiting address
    REC BC
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 166  Amsterdam
    Room number: B9.08
  • Postal address:
    Postbus  15578
    1001 NB  Amsterdam
  • J.Grin@uva.nl
    T: 0205252108
    T: 0205252169

On John Grin...

I am a full professor of ´policy science, especially system innovation´ at the Department of Political Science at the University of Amsterdam. With Marieke de Goede I am co-directing the Programme Group Transnational Configurations, Conflicts and Governance of the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR) -  http://www.aissr.uva.nl/transnationalconfigurations).

The constant throughout my career has been an engaged fascination with the relationships between science, technology, society and politics. In addition to system innovations and transitions, my research interests include policy analysis and design (including technology assessment), policy implementation, policy learning and novel modes of democratic governance. Empirically, much of my work focuses on agrofood, health care, and sustainable cities. I prefer to focus on questions that appear salient around societal innovations, and strongly believe that academic theory and method development, and the monitoring and advice of practice can inform and stimulate each other.

A physicist by training (BSc, 1983; MSc, 1986), I obtained my PhD in 1990 at the VU University in Amsterdam on a thesis on technology assessment in the area of military technology and international security. I have worked on these issues for another two years at VU University and Princeton University.In 1992 I joined the University of Amsterdam.

Between 2005 and 2010, I was co--director and co-founder of the Dutch Knowledge Network on System Innovations (KSI,), specifically responsible for the KSI sub-programme ongovernancestudies, as well for its interface between research and practice (http://www.transitiepraktijk.nl). I have set up an in-home post-graduate training course for practitioners engaged in system innovation, which is oiffered on request. From 2006-2009, I  was scientific director of the then Amsterdam School of Social science Research (ASSR, one of the predecessors of the AISSR), in which political scientists, sociologists and anthropologists co-operate.   

 

 

Forthcoming and recent publications

Forthcoming:

  • Jacqueline Broerse & John Grin (eds.), Towards Systems Innovations in Health Systems. New York: Routledge. [revised on basis of basically positive reviews; to be published late 2016 / early 2017]. Including:

    • John Grin & Jacqueline Broerse, ‘Introduction: towards a transition perspective on challenges facing health systems’

    • Jacqueline Broerse & John Grin, ‘The future of healthcare systems: beyond the persistence of contemporary challenges’.

Recent publications ·

  • John Grin, Niki Frantzeskaki, Vanessa Castán Broto and Lars Coenen (2017). ‘Sustainability Transitions and the City:  Linking to transition studies and looking forward ‘  chapter 22 (p. 359-367) in: Niki Frantzeskaki; Vanessa Castán--Broto; Lars Coenen (ed.), Urban Sustainability Transitions. New York & London: Routledge
  • Flor Avelino, John Grin (2017). Beyond deconstruction. a reconstructive perspective on sustainability transition governance, Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, vol. 22, p. 15-25.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.eist.2016.07.003
  • Jos van der Schot, with Aart de Zeeuw, Antoine Heideveld, John Grin, John Schraven, Klaas van Egmond, Maarten Hajer, Thijs de la Court (2016). Van macht naar kracht. De veranderende rol van de ocverheid in de economie van de toekomst. Het Groene Brein / Innovatiepartners.
  • Jan Hassink, John Grin, Willem Hulsink, "Identity formation and strategy development in overlapping institutional fields: Different entry & alignment strategies of regional organizations of care farms into the healthcare domain", Journal of Organizational Change Management, Vol. 29 Iss: 6, pp.973 - 993  http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JOCM-07-2015-0122
  • Flor Avelino, John Grin, Bonno Pel,. Shivant Jhagroe (eds.), 'The Politics of Sustainability Transitions',  Special Issue of J. Environmental Policy and Planning, now available online (http://explore.tandfonline.com/content/est/cjoe#32524) - includes a synthesis article by the editors http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2016.1216782 
  • Hans Günter Brauch, Úrsula Oswald Spring, John Grin, Jürgen Scheffran (Eds.): Sustainability Transition and Sustainable Peace Handbook. Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace 10 (Heidelberg – New York – Dordrecht – London: Springer-Verlag, 2016). 1005+XXXI pp.
    • Includes John Grin, ‘Transition Studies: Basic Ideas and Analytical Approaches’, chapter 4 (p. 105-122).
  • Jan Hassink, Willem Hulsink, John Grin, Entrepreneurship in agriculture and healthcare: Different entry strategies of care farmers, Journal of Rural Studies, Volume 43, Feb 2016, p. 27-39

  • Niki Frantzeskaki, Wil Thissen & John Grin, ‘Drifting between transitions. Lessons from the environmental transition around the river Acheloos Diversion project in Greece’, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 102, January 2016, Pages 275–286.

  • Andrew Switzer, Luca Bertolini & John Grin (2015). 'Understanding transitions in the regional transport and land-use system: Munich 1945 - 2013', Town Planning Review,  vol. 86 no. 6. p. 699-723.

  • Robert Duiveman, John Grin, Wim Hafkamp (red.), Nieuwe kennispraktijken: grenzenwerk revisited. Themanummer Bestuurskunde, jrg 2015 nr. 4 (december 2015). Daarin:

    • Robert Duiveman, John Grin, Wim Hafkamp (red.), ‘Nieuwe kennispraktijken: grenzenwerk revisited, p.

    • Wim Hafkamp, John Grin en Robert Duiveman, ‘Van vrolijke botsing naar fundamenteel inzicht; dubbelinterview Kees van Paridon en Jeroen Slot’,

    • Robert Duiveman, John Grin, Wim Hafkamp & Tamara Metze, ‘Over de werking en waardering van kennispraktijken, of hoe een vraagstuk het onderzoek krijgt dat het verdient’

  • L.K. Kessels, H. van Lente, J. Grin and R.E.H.M. Smits. ‘Changing Struggles for Relevance in Eight Fields of Natural Science Chapter 11 (p. 263-382) in  Jay Mitra, John Edmondson (eds.) Entrepreneurship and Knowledge Exchange. New York etc.: Routledge [reprint of an article published earlier in Industry and Higher Education, vol. 25 (2011), no. 5, p. 347-357]

  • Gert Jan van der Wilt, Rob Reuzel, John Grin (2015). Design for Values in Health Care Technology. p. 717-738 in: van den Hoven, Marcel Jeroen, Vermaas, Pieter E., van de Poel, Ibo (Eds.) Handbook of Ethics, Values, and Technological Design. Sources, Theory, Values and Application Domains. Heidelberg etc. : Springer.

  • Recently (May 2015) a compilation of the Hexagon series on sustainable development and international security has been published in Chinese (Nanjing Press), after earlier summary volumes in Turkish (2008), Spanish (2009) en Greek (2010). See www.afes-press-books.de/html/hexagon.htm
  • L.K. Kessels, H. van Lente, J. Grin and R.E.H.M. Smits. ‘Changing Struggles for Relevance in Eight Fields of Natural Science Chapter 11 in  Jay Mitra, John Edmondson (eds.) Entrepreneurship and Knowledge Exchange. New York etc.: Routledge [reprint of an article published earlier in Industry and Higher Education, vol. 25 (2011), no. 5, p. 347-357]
  • Gert Jan van der Wilt, Rob Reuzel, John Grin (2015). Design for Values in Health Care Technology. p. 717-738 in: van den Hoven, Marcel Jeroen, Vermaas, Pieter E., van de Poel, Ibo (Eds.) Handbook of Ethics, Values, and Technological Design. Sources, Theory, Values and Application Domains. Heidelberg etc: Springer.
  • John Grin, Nico Polman, Marijke Dijkshoorn-Dekker, Theo Vogelzang (2015).  Verdienmodellen voor natuur-inclusieve landbouw: wat ondernemers al doen, en wat de overheid kan doen om opschaling te bevorderen. Den Haag: Landbouw Economisch Instituut. http://edepot.wur.nl/350536
  • John Grin (2014). ‘Verandering bewerken in een veranderende context: lessen ujit de transitie van de Nederlandse landbouw’ Res Publica, vol. 56 (4), p. 455-480.
  • Vanja Karadzic, Paula Antunes, John Grin (2014). Adapting to environmental and market change: Insights from Fish Producer Organizations in Portugal, Ocean & Coastal Management, Vol. 102, Part A, p. 364-374 (JIF 1,769; SCI 0,691)
  • Jan Hassink, Wim Hulsink, John Grin (2014). ‘Farming with care: the evolution of care farming in the Netherlands.’ NJAS - Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences, Vol., no. 68, 7, p.  1–11. (JIF 1,250; SCI 1,12)
  • Vanja Karadzic, John Grin, Paula Antunes, Marija Banovic (2014)  ‘Social learning in fish producers' organizations: how fishers perceive their membership experience and what they learn from it’, Marine Policy, vol. 44, p. 427-437. (JIF 2,230; SCI 1,966)      

Teaching

In 2016 - 2016 I will be teaching within the political science curriculum:

  • BSc 2nd year compulsory course Approaches and Debates in Political Science
  • MSc Introduction Public Policy and Governance (12 ECTS; with dr. Imrat Verhoeven) 
  • MSc elective Policy Analysis as Politics and Craft (10 ECTS)

Within the curriculum on General Social Sciences, I will be teachingthe BSc course Colloqium Science and Society; and within theScience Faculty the MSc programme System Innovations and Transition Management

Selected earlier publications (links to recent publications and to full list below)

 

  • John Grin (2012) , 'Changing government, kitchens, supermarkets, firms and farms: the governance of transitions between societal practices and supply systems.' Chapter 2 (p. 35-56)in: Spaargaren, Gert, Anne Loeber, and Peter Oosterveer (eds.) (2012). Food Practices in Transition. Changing Food Consumption, Retail and Production in the Age of Reflexive Modernity. Routledge. Part III of the series on Transitions towards a Sustainable Development .
  • John Grin, 'The governance of transitions and its politics. Conceptual lessons from the earlier agricultural transition and implications for transition management'. Int. J. Sustainable Development,  Vol 15 (2012) Nos 1-2, p. 72-89.   (SCI 0,297)
  • Enza Lissandrello & John Grin (2011). ‘Reflexive planning as design and work: lessons from the Port of Amsterdam,’ Planning Theory and Practice, vol. 12 (no. 2), p. 223-248. (SCI 0,485)

  • John Grin, Johan Schot, Jan Rotmans (2011), ‘On patterns and agency in transition dynamics: Some key insights from the KSI programme.’ Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions vol. 1, no 1, p. 76-81.

  • Laurens K. Hessels, John Grin, Ruud E.H.M. Smits (2011). ‘The effects of changing institutional environment on academic research practices. Three cases from animal science,’ Science and Public Policy, vol 38, no. 7, p. 555-568  (SCI 1,211)

  • Adrian Smith, Jan-PeterVoß, John Grin &   (eds., 2010), Special Issue of Research Policy (vol. 39, no. 4; p. 435-510) on ' Innovation and Sustainability Transitions' Includes:  Adrian Smith, Jan-Peter Voß and John Grin (2010), ' Innovation studies and sustainability transitions: the allure of adopting a broad perspective, and itschallenges', Research Policy, vol. 39, p. 435-448 (SCI 2,789; JIF 2,27)
  • John Grin, Jan Rotmans, Johan Schot (2010). Transitions to Sustainable Development. NewDirections in the Study ofLong term Structural Change. New York : Routledge.   See www.sustainabilitytransitions.com   Paperback edition now available!!!
  • Jan-Peter Voß, John Grin & Adrian Smith (eds., 2009), Special Issue of Policy Sciences   (vol. 43, no. 4, p. 275-427) on Long Term Policy Design, including :
  • .                Voß, J-P., Smith, A., Grin, J. (2009). Designing long-term policy: rethinking transition management. Policy Sciences, vol. 43. no. 4, p. 275-302.  (SCI 0,97; JIF 0,727; 12/62)
  • Margriet Moret-Hartman, Gert Jan Van Der Wilt, John Grin (2009). ' Involving stakeholders in policy research should not imply that they control the problem definition: lessons from a case study on new analgesics', International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management , Vol., No. 6, p. 361-377. (SCI 0,371)
  • Hans Günter Brauch, Úrsula Oswald Spring , John Grin, Czeslaw Mesjasz, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Navnita Chadha Behera, Béchir Chourou, Heinz Krummenacher (Eds.): Facing Global Environmental Change: Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts . Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Securityand Peace, vol. 4 ( Berlin - Heidelberg - New York : Springer-Verlag, 2009).
  • Bos, Bram & JohnGrin (2008). '"Doing" Reflexive Modernization in Pig Husbandry: The Hard Work of Changing the Course of a River ', Science, Technology & Human Values , vol. 33, no 4, p. 480-507. (SCI 1,768; JIF 1,926; 2/35)
  • John Grin (2008). ' The Multi-Level Perspective and the design of system innovations',   chapter 3 ( p. 47-80)   in: J.C.J.M. van den Bergh & F. Bruinsma (eds. in association with R. Vreeker & A. Idenburg), Managing the transition to renewable energy: theory and macro-regional practice . Cheltenham , UK : Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Carolyn M. Hendriks & John Grin, 'ContextualisingReflexive Governance: The politics of Dutch transitions to sustainability', Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning , vol. 9   (2007) nos. 3-4, p. 333-350.  (SCI 1,351)
  • John Grin   & Anne Loeber (2007). 'Theories of Policy Learning: Agency, Structure and Change', chapter 15 (p. 201-219) in: Frank Fischer, Gerald J. Miller, Mara S. Sidney (eds.), Handbook of Public Policy Analysis. Theory, Politics, and Methods . CRCPress-Taylor & Francis Group.
  • John Grin & Arienne van Staveren (2007). Werken aan systeeminnovaties. Assen: van Gorcum.
  • Rob Reuzel, John Grin & Tjitske Akkerman (2007). ' Shaping power, trust and deliberation: The role of the evaluator in an interactive evaluation of cochlear implantation', Int. J. Foresight & Innovation Policy, vol. 3 no. 1, p. 76-94. (SCI 0,371)
  • John Grin (2006). Reflexive modernization as a governance issue - or: designing and shaping Re- structuration, p. 54-81 in: Voß,Jan-Peter; Bauknecht, Dierk; Kemp, René (eds.), ReflexiveGovernancefor Sustainable Development . Cheltenham : EdwardElgar.
  • John Grin (2004). 'Health technology assessment between our health care system and our health. Exploring the potential of reflexive TA,' Poiesis & Praxis vol. 2 no. 2-3, p. 157-174.
  • John Grin, Francisca Felix, Bram Bos & Sierk Spoelstra (2004). 'Practices for reflexive design: lessons from a Dutch programme on sustainable agriculture.' Int. J. Foresight and Innovation Policy , vol. 1, no. 1-2, p. 126-149. (SCI 0,371)
  • Rob Hoppe & John Grin (2000). 'Traffic goes through the TA machine: A culturalist comparison, chapter 10 (p. 273-324) in Norman J. Vig & Herbert Passchen (eds.), Parliaments and Technology: the Developmentof Technology Assessment in Europe . SUNY Press, New York .
  • John Grin & Armin Grunwald (eds.). Vision Assessment: Shaping Technology in 21st century society. Towards a repertoire for Technology Assessment. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg etc., 2000. [Reihe Wissenschaftsethik und Technikfolgenbeurteilung (Hrsg. Caarl Friedrich Gethmann), Band 4.] Including :
  •                John Grin, ' Vision assessment to support shaping 21st century society? Technology assessment as a tool for political judgement,' p. 9-30.
  • .                John Grin, 'Bloodless war or bloody non-sense? Technology assessment's role in uncovering old propositions behind newairpower concepts,' p. 71-96.
  • Henk vande Graaf & John Grin,' Policy Instruments, pratiques réflichés et apprentisage. Implications pour la gouvernabilité à long terme et la démocratie,' Espaces et Sociétés , no. 97-98 (1999), p. 63-90.
  • Rob Hoppe & John Grin (1999), 'Pollution through traffic and transport: The praxis of cultural pluralism in parliamentarian technology assessment,' chapter 10 (p. 154-169) in: Michael Thompson, Gunnar Grendstad & Per Sell (eds.) Cultural Theory as Political Science. Routledge/ECPR Studies in Political Science.
  • John Grin & Henk van de Graaf (1996). 'Implementation as communicative action. An interpretive understanding of interactions between policy actors and targetgroups,' Policy Sciences vol. 29, no. 4, p. 291-319 (SCI 0,97; JIF 0,727; 12/62)
  • John Grin & Rob Hoppe (1995). 'Toward a Comparative Framework for Lear-ning from Experiences with Interactive Technology Assessment', In-dustrial and En-vironmental Crisis Quarterly vol. 9 (1995) no. 1, p. 99-120.
  • John Grin & Henk vande Graaf. Technology Assessment as learning', Science, Technology and Human Values , vol. 20 (1996), no. 1, p. 72-99 (SCI 1,768; JIF 1,926; 2/35)
  • Wim A. Smit, John Grin & Lev Voronkov (eds.), Military-tech-nological innovation and stability in a chan-ging world. Politically assessing and influencing weapon innovation and military research and development, VU Univer-sity Press, Amsterdam , 1992.
  • John Grin (1990), Military-technological choices and political implications. Command and control in established NATO posture and a non-provocative defence, VU University Press/St. Martin's Press, Amsterdam / New York (dissertation).

Currently I am (co-)supervising...

Wendy Reijmerink, Research programming for impact. (external PhD candidate from ZonMW)

Martien Kuitenbrouwer. Dealing with intractable urban problems: novel practices of governance and conflict resolution. Co-promotor: dr Anne Loeber (exterrnal PhD candidate, independent consultant)

Ferdinand Kiestra, Establishing the energy and resource factory within the complexities of the water management system. external PhD candidate @ Radboud University, from Water Board Aa en Maas), Nijmegen. First promotor:  prof. dr Toine Smits, Radboud University Nijmegen.

Ozzie Zehner, Consumers and sustainable energy. External PhD candidate. Co-promotor dr Chunglin Kwa.

Robert Duiveman, Knowledge development in between science, practice and policy. Lessons from the NICIS programme on urban dynamics (co-funded by NICIS; co-supervisor dr. Henk Wagenaar.

Amy-Jane Gielen , Evaluating anti-radicalization policies: a novel approach.

Andrew Switzer, Transition strategies for integral, multimodal regional transportation in the Randstad (funded by NWO Programme Duurzame Bereikbaarheid van de Randstad, first promotor prof. dr. Luca Bertolini, AISSR Programme Group Planning, Institutions and Transforming Spaces.

Jan Hassink, Understanding the transition to Green Care in the Netherlands ,   ((external candidate, employed by Wageningen UR; second promoter prof. dr. Wim Hulsink, Erasmus University, Rotterdam).

 

Defended dissertations which I (co-)supervised

University of Amsterdam

Jesse Hoffman, Power in energy transition initiatives (co-promotor dr Anne Loeber; December 2016)

Francisca Grommé, Governance by Pilot Projects: Experimenting with Surveillance in Dutch Crime Control. (University of Amsterdam; second promotor prof. dr Amâde M'charek, October  2015).

Tjerk-Jan Schuitmaker, Persistent problems in the current health care system: Understanding their roots and exploring potential governance strategies, (ASSR funded; co-supervisor dr. Amâde M 'charek, 2013) .

Sjef Orbons, Non-lethal weapons: a political assessment, (external candidate, employed by Netherlands Defence Academy, 2012)

Marlous Blankesteijn, Tussen wetten en weten. De rol van kennis in waterbeheer in transitie. (Amsterdam: Boom). University of Amsterdam, funded by Bsik programme KSI; co-supervisor: dr. Chunglin Kwa, 2011)

Victor Toom, Dragers van Waarheid. Normatieve Aspecten van Twintig Jaar Forensisch DNA-onderzoek in Nederland (Carriers of Truth. Normative Aspects of Twenty Years of Forensic DNA Research in the Netherlands) , University of Amsterdam, funded by NWO, co-supervisor dr. Amâde M 'charek, 2011

Jan van de Beek , Kennis, Macht en Moraal:De productie van wetenschappelijke kennis over de economische gevolgen van migratie naar Nederland, 1965-2005 (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010).    University of Amsterdam, funded by ASSR, co-supervisor prof. dr. Jan Rath.

Anne Loeber, Practical wisdom in Risk Society. Methods and practice of interpretive analysis on questions of sustainable development ,University of Amsterdam , funded by Faculty of Political and Social Sciences. University of Amsterdam, 2004. first promoter: prof. dr. Rob Hoppe.

Mei Li Vos, International cooperation between politics and practice: how Dutch Indonesian cooperation changed remarkably little after a diplomatic rupture . University of Amsterdam, 2001, promotor prof. dr. Rob Hoppe

Rinie van Est, Winds of Change. A Comparative Study of the Politics of Wind Energy Innovation in California and Denmark , University of Amsterdam , 1999, co-promotor; promotor prof. dr. Rob Hoppe

Jan Eberg, Waste Policy and Learning: Policy Dynamics of Waste Management and Waste Incineration in the Netherlands and Bavaria . Delft: Uitgeverij Eburon. University of Amsterdam, 1999, co-promotor; promotor prof. dr. Rob Hoppe ( cum laude)

 

..... and elsewhere:

Vanja Karadzic, Transition towards a sustainable fishery in Portugal (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal); second promotor, first promoter: prof. dr. Paula Antunes, July 2014)

Erik Paredis, Transition management and its potential as long-term policy for sustainable development (second promotor, University of Ghent , Belgium, first  promotor prof dr. Dries Lesage; co-promotor dr. Thomas Block, 2013)

Patrick Huntjens, The role of adaptive and integrated water management in developing climate change adaptation strategies to deal with floods and droughts - A comparative analysis of eight sub basins in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Universität von Osnabrück, Germany; second promoter; first promotor: prof. dr. Claudia Pahl-Wostl (summa cum laude, 2011).

Laurens Hessels , Science and the Struggle for Relevance, Utrecht University, funded by Bsik Programme KSI, first promotors: prof. dr. Ruud Smits and prof dr.Harro van Lente, 2010.

Margriet Moret-Hartman (2008), Problem structuring in Health Technology Assessment. An argumentative approach to improve its usefulness. Radboud University, Nijmegen. First promotor: prof. Dr. G. van der Wilt, (RUN); co-promotor dr. R. Reuzel (RUN)

 

Recent public activities include...

July, 20, 2017: interview included in an article 'Een klimaatminister in Rutte-III', by Maaike van Houten, Trouw newspaper.

July 12, 2017: Transformation of democratic urban governance. Contribution to a practitioner’s Lab at the XVI Biennial IASC Conference ‘Practicing the commons: self-governance, cooperation, and institutional change’, Utrecht.

June 28, 2017: Biofuels: rationale and choices, presentation at Seminar 'Duurzaam Transport: zo kan het!', Amersfoort, Netherlands.

June, 21, 2017: ‘Transformative leadership and contextual change’ (with prof. Ellen Moors)  at the International Sustainability Transitions Conference 2017, Götheborg, Sweden.

June 16, 2017:  Organisation (with Linda van der Kamp) and facilitation at a LabGov Experiment, De Binckhorst Circular Dwelling Area, Amsterdam

June 1, 2017: Übergang  zur nachhältige Entwicklung als transnationale Herausfordung, Town Hall, Mosbach, Germany

May 16, 2017: keynote during a debate on Circular Economy in the Port of Amsterdam, Pakhuis De Zwijger,  Amsterdam

May 15, 2017: panel discussion with Bas van Bavel, Ewald Engelen and Eef Sprong on Van Bavle’s book ‘The invisible hand?, Pakhuis De Zwijger,  Amsterdam.

April 24, 2017. ‘Hoogleraren: zet alles op alles voor een groene economie’. Article in Trouw newspaper on open letter with advice for a new government.

March 11, 2017, Lezing en workshop  ‘Inspiratie, creativiteit en de voorwaarden waaronder hogbegaagfd talent tot bloei komt’,  Symposium “15 jaar Hoogbegaafden aan het Werk”, Planetarium Amsterdam

March 7, 2017: Organisation. presentation and facilitation (with Michaela Hordijk) at a LabGov Experiment, Buiksloterham Circular Dwelling Area, Amsterdam.

December, 2016: installed as member of  the ministerial evaluation commission ZON-mW .

October 5, 2016: 'D100 #89: Erkenning voor de ondersteuner', Interview met Trouw naar aanleiding van mijn verkiezing tot nummer 89 van Trouw's Duurzame Top 100.

June 25, 2016: 'Democratization '16'' , Opening expect lecture during a workshop on new avenues of action on democratic innovation of political party D66, at the occasion of its 50th anniversary

May 20, 2016: Lecture on the Novel  Spatial Vision of the Province of Zuid Holland, Province ZH Office, The Hague.

April 7: co-organized and chaired an public meeting on The politics of Urban Living Labs with prof. dr Harriet Bulkeley in Pakhuis De Zwijger.

February 22, Open Lecture on Transitions, Power and Democracy at the Amsterdam University College.

February 9, 2016: panel member during a public meeting on Democracy in a world without oil in Pakhuis De Zwijger.

February 3, 2016: Colloquium on Reflexive Design for Transitions at the Department of Technology and Society Studies, Maastricht University.

January 20, 2016: Keynote lecture on Democratic Renewal seen from a transition perspective, Pakhuis De Zwijger, first meeting in a series on New Democracy.

2015:

November 23, Open brief (met Jan Rotmans en 62 andere hoogleraren) met pleidooi vor sluiten alle kolencentrales in Nederland. Gepubliceerd in Triwu,m aandavcht in tal van andere media, waaronder NOS-journaal

November 8, Lecture 'Inspiratie, tegenslag en creativiteit', Mensa Fonds Award 2015 meeting, Leiden

October, 28, Lectiure 'The Governance of Responsible Research and Innovation' at the Farewell Symposium 'Responsible Research and Innovation' for prof. dr Rob Hoppe, Twente University

September, 29. 'Governance for new business models'. VITO, Mons - Belgium

September, 18. 'Design and system innovations:from critique and constraints to co-creation?', keynote at the Symposium Can deisgn change society? - projekt Bauhaus, Berlin. 
August, 25, ‘The intellectual origins and early development of  transition studies’ (6th Int. Sustainability Transitions Conference, Sussex University, Brighton

June 25: Het Energieakkoord en de democratie. Keynote op Duitch Energy Day 2015, georganiseerd door Energeia.

June 18: Interview ogenomen in Remy Koens, Jarl Van der Ploeg 'Raketten, mede dankzij geld van Aegon ', de Volkskrant

May, 28: Field Lab Nieuw-West: experimenteren vaart ontwikkelen.

January 25: Planning for Sustainability in Zuid Holland. Provionce of Zuid Holland,

January, 15: Ervaringen van pioniers in natuur-inclusieve landbouw: lessen voor de Overheid. Workshop onder auspicine van het Ministerie van Economische Zaken

January 8: Masterclass Working for Sustainable Agricuture at the HAS College for Porfessional Education, Den Bosch.

2014:

October 8:''Groen' redt ons uit de crisis', Financieel Dagblad . Mede-ondertekenaar, met vijftig hoogleraren, 150 bedrijven en 12 milieu-organisaties. Cf http://www.degroenezaak.com/upload/documents/FD-20121008-brief%20FD.pdf

August 31: Paper 'Exploring transition dynamics at the level of society as a whole: lessons from 19th century Amsterdam ' at the Third International Conference on Sustainability Transitions, Kopenhagen, August 29-31

September 10 and 12: Two contributions through Skype to workshop ' Towards a Fourth Sustainability Revolution and Sustainable Peace:. Visions and Strategies for Long Term Transformative Change to Sustainable Development in the 21st Century, ' Morelos , Mexico .

June 28, Presenter and panelist at Workshop Cooperation for a Green Transformation , organized by Center for Global Cooperation Research , Duisburg, Germany
June 21, introduction on usable knowledge production, Advisory Council of Radboud Hospital, Nijmegen. June 14, discussant during a meeting on sustainable transition of the Duurzaamheidsoverleg Politieke Partijen, Utrecht .

June 11, presentation at Network Meeting Sustainability in Higher Education, UvA/HvA

April 19, Discussant Meeting on Interactive Knowledge Production, ZONmw Programma Gezondheidsonderzoek, Utrecht.

April 6, (met Jan Rotmans & Johan Schot), 'Maak duurzaamheid kern van beleid',  Friesch Dagblad .

March 30, 'Beginstand: wat weten we nu (nog niet)?', column op het Boekenbal n.a.v. het verschijnen van drie nieuwe delen in de Routledge Series on Sustainability Transition ( www.sustainabilitytransitions.com ). Eindhoven .

March 21-22, Participant /presenter during Workshop Participation, politics and actor dynamic inlow carbon energy transitions, University of East Anglia , Norwich .

February 16, 2012. 'Sterke steden anno 2012: Opmaken voor een omwenteling?' Voordracht tijdens de sessie 'Decentralisaties in het sociale domein', op het Festival der Bestuurskunde, Rotterdam.

December, 21, 2011. 'Plan-Borsele II is te wankel', artikel van 69 hoogleraren in NRC Handelsblad , 21 december 2011.

November 17, Interview, opgenomen in Janne Chaudron, 'Duurzaamheid komtvan doeners, en niet meer van vergadertijgers', Trouw.

November 11, Lid panel (met Paul Doop, Roland Waardenburg en Loulou van Ravensteijn) tijdens Duurzame toekomst: hoe zetten we wensen om in duurzaam beleid.

October 20, 'De rol van de overheid intransities: mogelijkheden voor nu', inleiding op het symposium 'De toekomst van transitiesturing', geirganiseerd dor de Vereniging voor milieuprofessionals, sectie Innovatie en Maatschappelijke Systemen,Utrecht.

October 11, 'From institutionalized design towards designing institutions', lecture atthe seminar Minisymposium 'Kentering en toekomst van het veehouderijonderzoek', Animal Sciences Group-WUR, Lelystad

June 30, 2011. "Theorising energy transitions: what we know, and what we don't know". Lecture at the first Seminar ( Exploring Transitions: towards a research agenda) at the ESCR Seminar series on Sustainability Transitions. University of Liverpool . UK .    

June 17, 2011. "Technology Assessment in Late Modernity," lecture at Future of Science and Technology in Society in Honour of Arie Rip

June 14, 2011. " Towards a novel mode of transition governance in Dutch agriculture? Lessons from recent experiences." Paper presented at the session Transition to sustainable agriculture in Japan and Central European countries , organized by Hideaki Shiroyama and John Grin at the 2 nd International Conference on Sustainability Transitions - Diversity, plurality and change: breaking new grounds in sustainability transition research, June 13-15, 2011, Lund , Sweden .

June 9, 2011. Panel member at a Symposium on 'Sturen zondergeld' organized by Interproviciaal Overleg and Leren voor   Duurzame Ontwikkeling. The Hague .

June 9, 2011. "Learning from the projects: implications for urban governance." Opening remarks at the Seminar on Challenges of Urban Governance. Organized by NICIS, The Hague March 3, 2011, Grethe van Geffen & John Grin. "Arabische lente kwam niet als 'verrassing.' Buitenlands beleid   was beter voorbereid als tegenspraak niet onmiddellijk was weggehoond. NRC Handelsblad

February, 9, 2011, 'Telecare for specific client groups: lessons from an experiment by Cordaan', Final Conference Project Zorg op Afstand: bestaande techniek voor nieuwe groepen', organized by Cordaan, Rode Hoed, Amsterdam

December 11, 2010. Interview, included in Evert Nieuwenhuis, 'Het groenevergezicht - duurzame energie nog ver weg', Vrij Nederland , p. 28-33.

December 4, 2010. Co-signer (with Wubbo Ockels, Jan Rotmans and ten other professors) of an essay on coal plants' impact on sustainable innovations, that drew wide attention from TV and newspapers.

November 23, 2010, 'Reflexive design: rationale, approach, institutional aspects, examples ', keynote address at the workshop Researching the transition towards a low carbon society, organized by the Aston Center for Critical Infrastructure & Servioces,Aston University, Birmingham, UK.

November 17, 2010. Transitions to a sustainable society: a governance perspective. Systemwissenschaftliches Kolloquium, 17 noember 2010, Institut für Umweltsystemforschung , Universität Osnabrück.

November 11, 2010. Breakfast addressto the participants in the Sustainability Tour Noord-Holland at Sustainability Day 2010.

September, 28, 2010. Workshop 2 -zorg weer mensenwerk makenat the Sigra Visieconferentie 2010: de arbeidsmarkt in 2025.Zorgvoor de TKMST. 

August 31, Sustainable development in the Amsterdam Port. Seminar, University of Tokyo

August 30, 2010, 'TA in the context of transition management', Lecture at the Public Symposium "Practices of Technology Assessment (TA) and Issues for the Institutionalization of TA in Japan.Tokyo.

June 4, Jan Rotmans, John Grin, Johan Schot, 'De groene economie past bij ons', de Volkskrant , p. 21.

June 3-4, Co-organizer and speaker at Final Conference of the Knowledge Network System innovations and transitions, ss Rotterdam .

May 18, Debate organized by KSI in co-operationwith Royal Academy of Sciences on our recent book John Grin, Jan Rotmans, Johan Schot (2010). Transitions to Sustainable Development. New Directions in the Study of Longterm Structural Change . New York : Routledge. Cf. www.aissr.uva.nl April 20.

Lead interview in Kien-Nieuwsbrief Directie Kennis en Innovatie, Ministerie van LNV. http://venik.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/lnv_kien5_nieuwsbrief_web.pdf

April 9. 'Between governments, kitchens, firms and farms: the governance of transitions between societal practices and supply systems', Session Transition Governance at the 14 th Annual Conference of the International Research Society onPublic Management, Bern, Switzerland, April 7-9.

March 27, 2010.Interview in Thomas van Heste, ''Megastal: tijdbom of wijsheid', Vrij Nederland 27/3/2010. Cf. www.transforum.nl/content/view/331/71/lang,nl

February 13, 2010. 'Transitions-a reflexive governance perspective'. Keynote contribution to Workshop Transition Management for Sustainable Society - European Experience and Japanese Context. Integrated System for Sustainability Science, University of Tokyo .

February 1, 2010. 'Sociaal maatschappelijke visie op keuzevraagstukken bij duurzaam beheer van de ondergrond', Voordracht op het Startcongres SKB, Duurzame ontwikkeling van de ondergrond, Den Haag.

January, 28, 2010. 'Praktijken voor Workplace Health Promotion:een transitie perspectief', Seminar Systeeminnovaties Gezondheidsmanagement. Wageningen University .

January 21,2010.  ' Advice for action: What to do when society cannot wait   for full, uncontested knowledge?' Invited Lecture a the First international conference on Frontiers in Shallow Subsurface Technology , Delft , 20-22 January 2010.

November, 26,2009. 'Financial Aspects of Sustainable Development: a transition perspective', Crystal City , Amsterdam .

September 28, 2009. 'Strategies for Green Care: a Transitions Perspective', Key Note Lecture at a Cost Conference on Green Care, Antalya , Turkey , Sept 28-30.

2016

  • Grin, J. (2016). Transition Studies: Basic Ideas and Analytical Approaches. In H. G. Brauch, Ú. Oswald Spring, J. Grin, & J. Scheffran (Eds.), Handbook on Sustainability Transition and Sustainable Peace (pp. 105-121). (Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace; Vol. 10). Cham: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-43884-9_4  [details] 
  • Avelino, F. R., Grin, J., Pel, B., & Jhagroe, S. (2016). The Politics of Sustainability Transitions. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 18(5), 557-567.
  • Avelino, F. R., Grin, J., Pel, B., & Jhagroe, S. (Eds.) (2016). The Politics of Transition. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 18(5), 557-672.
  • Frantzeskaki, N., Thissen, W., & Grin, J. (2016). Drifting between transitions. Lessons from the environmental transition around the river Acheloos Diversion project in Greece. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, (102), 275–286.
  • Hassink, J. W., Hulsink, J., & Grin, J. (2016). Entrepreneurship in agriculture and healthcare: Different entry strategies of care farmers. Journal of Rural Studies, (43), 27-39.
  • Hassink, J., Grin, J., & Hulsink, W. (2016). Identity formation and strategy development in overlapping institutional fields: Different entry & alignment strategies of regional organizations of care farms into the healthcare domain. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 29(6), 573-593.

2015

  • Switzer, A., Bertolini, L., & Grin, J. (2015). Understanding transitions in the regional transport and land-use system: Munich 1945-2013. Town Planning Review, 86(6), 699-723. DOI: 10.3828/tpr.2015.40  [details] 

2014

  • Grin, J. (2014). Verandering bewerken in een veranderende context: lessen uit de transitie van de Nederlandse landbouw. Res Publica, 56(4), 455-480. [details] 
  • Hassink, J., Hulsink, W., & Grin, J. (2014). Farming with care: the evolution of care farming in the Netherlands. NJAS Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences, 68, 1-11. DOI: 10.1016/j.njas.2013.11.001  [details] 
  • Karadzic, V., Antunes, P., & Grin, J. (2014). Adapting to environmental and market change: Insights from Fish Producer Organizations in Portugal. Ocean & Coastal Management, 102A, 365-374. DOI: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2014.10.010  [details] 
  • Karadzic, V., Grin, J., Antunes, P., & Banovic, M. (2014). Social learning in fish producers' organizations: how fishers perceive their membership experience and what they learn from it. Marine Policy, 44, 427-437. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2013.10.007  [details] 

2013

  • Switzer, A. W., Bertolini, L., & Grin, J. (2013). Transitions of mobility systems in urban regions: a heuristic framework. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 15(2), 141-160. DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2012.746182  [details] 
  • Hassink, J., Grin, J., & Hulsink, W. (2013). Multifunctional agriculture meets health care: applying the multi-level transition sciences perspective to care farming in the Netherlands. Sociologia Ruralis, 53(2), 223-245. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9523.2012.00579.x  [details] 

2012

  • Grin, J. (2012). Changing governments, kitchens, supermarkets, firms and farms: the governance of transitions between societal practices and supply systems. In G. Spaargaren, P. Oosterveer, & A. Loeber (Eds.), Food practices in transition: changing food consumption, retail and production in the age of reflexive modernity. (pp. 35-56). (Routledge studies in sustainability transitions; No. 3). New York [etc.]: Routledge. [details] 
  • Grin, J. (2012). The politics of transition governance in Dutch agriculture: conceptual understanding and implications for transition management. International Journal of Sustainable Development, 15(1-2), 72-89. DOI: 10.1504/IJSD.2012.044035  [details] 
  • Hassing, J., Hulsink, W., & Grin, J. (2012). Care farms in the Netherlands: an underexplored example of multifunctional agriculture - toward an empirically grounded, organization-theory-based typology. Rural Sociology, 77(4), 569-600. DOI: 10.1111/j.1549-0831.2012.00089.x  [details] 

2011

  • Grin, J., Rotmans, J., & Schot, J. (2011). On patterns and agency in transition dynamics: some key insights from the KSI programme. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 1(1), 76-81. DOI: 10.1016/j.eist.2011.04.008  [details] 
  • Grin, J., & Marijnen, E. (2011). Global threats, global changes and connected communities in the global agrofood system. In H. G. Brauch, Ú. Oswald Spring, C. Mesjasz, J. Grin, P. Kameri-Mbote, B. Chourou, P. Dunay, ... J. Birkmann (Eds.), Coping with global environmental change, disasters and security: threats, challenges, vulnerabilities and risks. (pp. 1005-1018). (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace; No. 5). Berlin: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-17776-7_61  [details] 
  • Lissandrello, E., & Grin, J. (2011). Reflexive planning as design and work: lessons from the Port of Amsterdam. Planning Theory & Practice, 12(2), 223-248. DOI: 10.1080/14649357.2011.580156  [details] 
  • Hessels, L. K., van Lente, H., Grin, J., & Smits, R. E. H. M. (2011). Changing struggles for relevance in eight fields of natural science. Industry and Higher Education, 25(5), 347-357. DOI: 10.5367/ihe.2011.0056  [details] 
  • Hessels, L. K., Grin, J., & Smits, R. E. H. M. (2011). The effects of a changing institutional environment on academic research practices: three cases from agricultural science. Science and Public Policy, 38(7), 555-568. DOI: 10.3152/030234211X12960315267976  [details] 
  • Moret-Harman, M., Reuzel, R., Grin, J., Kramers, C., & van der Wilt, G. J. (2011). Strengthening evaluation through interactive problem structuring: a case study of hospital care after attempted suicide. Evaluation : The International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 17(1), 37-52. DOI: 10.1177/1356389010392203  [details] 

2010

  • Grin, J., Rotmans, J., & Schot, J. (2010). Transitions to sustainable development: new directions in the study of long term transformative change. (Routledge studies in sustainability transitions; No. 1). New York & London: Routledge. [details] 
  • Huntjens, P., Pahl-Wostl, C., & Grin, J. (2010). Climate change adaptation in European river basins. Regional environmental change, 10(4), 263-284. DOI: 10.1007/s10113-009-0108-6  [details] 
  • Smith, A., Voß, J. P., & Grin, J. (2010). Innovation studies and sustainability transitions: the allure of the multi-level perspective and its challenges. Research Policy, 39(4), 435-448. DOI: 10.1016/j.respol.2010.01.023  [details] 

2009

  • Moret-Hartman, M., van der Wilt, G. J., & Grin, J. (2009). Involving stakeholders in policy research should not imply that they control the problem definition: lessons from a case study on new analgesics. International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management, 10(6), 361-377. DOI: 10.1504/IJHTM.2009.030692  [details] 
  • Voß, J. P., Smith, A., & Grin, J. (2009). Designing long-term policy: rethinking transition management. Policy Sciences, 43(4), 275-302. DOI: 10.1007/s11077-009-9103-5  [details] 

2008

  • Grin, J. (2008). The multilevel perspective and the design of system innovations. In J. C. J. M. van den Bergh, & F. R. Bruinsma (Eds.), Managing the transition to renewable energy: theory and practice from local, regional and macro perspectives (pp. 47-79). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.. [details] 
  • Grin, J., & Bos, B. (2008). "Doing" reflexive modernization in pig husbandry: the hard work of changing the course of a river. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 33(4), 480-507. DOI: 10.1177/0162243907306697  [details] 
  • Moret-Hartman, M., Reuzel, R., Grin, J., & van der Wilt, G. J. (2008). Participatory workshops are not enough to prevent policy implementation failures: an example of a policy development process concerning the drug interferon-beta for multiple sclerosis. Health Care Analysis, 16(2), 161-175. DOI: 10.1007/s10728-007-0069-1  [details] 

2003

  • Parvizi Amineh, M., & Grin, J. (2003). Globalisation, the State System and Regionalism: Analysing post-Cold War Security, Development and Democracy in the Mediterranean Region. In G. Brauch, A. Marquina, & M. Selim (Eds.), Security and the Environment in the Mediterranean in the20th Century : - Conceptualising Security and Environmental Conflicts (pp. 267). Berlin: SpringerVerlag.

2014

  • Grin, J. (2014). Het Innovative Medical Device Initiative kan nog meer! Barrières en strategieën voor een IMDI bijdrage aan toekomstige gezondheidszorg. Den Haag: ZonMw.

2013

  • Grin, J. (2013). Burgerkracht als idee tussen landelijke politiek en locale werkvloer: hoe krijgt het betekenis, hoe geeft het betekenis? In T. Kampen, I. Verhoeven, & L. Verplanke (Eds.), De affectieve burger: hoe de overheid verleidt en verplicht tot zorgzaamheid. (pp. 112-130). (Kennis, openbare mening, politiek; Tijdschrift voor de sociale sector, Jaarboek). Amsterdam: Van Gennep. [details] 

2012

  • Grin, J. (2012). Science for practice? Planning Theory & Practice, 13(3), 472-475. DOI: 10.1080/14649357.2012.704712  [details] 
  • Grin, J., Koffijberg, J., Hafkamp, W., & Wesseling, H. (2012). Problemen en arrangementen in steden: van diagnose naar bestuurlijke oplossingen. Bestuurskunde, 21(1), 54-60. [details] 
  • Elzen, B., Barbier, M., Cerf, M., & Grin, J. (2012). Stimulating transitions towards sustainable farming systems. In I. Darnhofer, D. Gibbon, & B. Dedieu (Eds.), Farming systems research into the 21st century: the new dynamic. (pp. 431-455). Dordrecht [etc.]: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-4503-2_19  [details] 

2010

  • Gielen, A. J., & Grin, J. (2010). De betekenissen van "evidence based handelen" en de aard van "evidence": lessen rond rugscholen en radicalisering. In D. Verlet, & C. Devos (Eds.), Efficiëntie en effectiviteit van de publieke sector in de weegschaal (pp. 59-78). (SVR-Studie; No. 2). Brussel: Studiedienst van de Vlaamse Regering. [details] 
  • Grin, J. (2010). Acting locally, developing knowledge globally: a transitions perspective on designing climate change adaptation strategies. In J. Driessen, P. Leroy, & W. van Vierssen (Eds.), From climate change to social change: perspectives on science-policy Interactions (pp. 95-108). Utrecht: International Books. [details] 

2008

  • Grin, J., & Staveren, A. (2008). Grensoverschrijdend samenwerken aan maatschappelijke vraagstukken: noodzaak én lastigheid. M & O : tijdschrift voor management en organisatie, 62(2), 46-58. [details] 

2014

  • Grin, J., & Schot, J. (2014). Landbouwinnovaties in Brabant: van projecten met lef naar een beweging richting transitie? Evaluatie van Landbouw Innovatie Brabant (LIB) vanuit een transitieperspectief. Eindhoven: Stichting Historie der Techniek. [details] 

2011

  • Grin, J., & Aarts, W. (2011). Zorg op afstand, bestaande techniek voor nieuwe doelgroepen: eindrapport. Amsterdam: UvA-SIPI. [details] 

2010

  • Bos, A. P., Grin, J., Spoelstra, S. F., & Groot Koerkamp, P. W. G. (2010). Dimensies van groei in de veehouderij = Dimensions of growth in livestock production. (Wageningen UR Livestock Research; No. 319). Lelystad: Wageningen UR Livestock Research. [details] 
  • Grin, J. (2010). De zorg wordt weer mensenwerk. In L. van de Poll, & S. de Wit (Eds.), Jaarbeeld 2010: de arbeidsmarkt van de Amsterdamse gezondheidszorg in feiten en cijfers (pp. 53). Amsterdam: SIGRA werk in de zorg. [details] 

2008

  • Breure, B., Grin, J., & Lissandrello, E. (2008). Duurzaamheid als kans: resultaten van het project Regiodialoog over de Amsterdamse haven. (Project regiodialoog van het Programma Leren voor Duurzame Ontwikkeling; No. 6). Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam/ASSR. [details] 
  • Grin, J., ter Haar-van Twillert, E., & Stevens, P. (2008). Zorg-op-afstand: altijd aanwezig en juist dichtbij. (Kwalitatieve rapportage 2008 van de monitor zorg-op-afstand.; No. 08.016.). Utrecht: ActiZ: programma Zorg op afstand, dichterbij. [details] 

Scientific position

  • Grin, J. (2013): Co-promotor: Erik Paredis, A winding road. Transition management, policy change and the search for sustainable development. (Promotor: Dries Lesage), (…), Universiteit Gent.

Media appearance

  • Grin, John (11-12-2010): Interview, opgenomen in Evert Nieuwenhuis, ‘Het groene vergezicht - duurzame energie nog ver weg’ in Vrij Nederland. [Print]. Interview, opgenomen in Evert Nieuwenhuis, ‘Het groene vergezicht - duurzame energie nog ver weg’ in Vrij Nederland..
  • Grin, John (27-03-2010): Interview in Thomas van Heste, ‘‘Megastal: tijdbom of wijsheid’, Vrij Nederland [Print]. Interview in Thomas van Heste, ‘‘Megastal: tijdbom of wijsheid’, Vrij Nederland.
  • Grin, John (01-01-2010): Lead interview in Kien-Nieuwsbrief Directie Kennis en Innovatie van ministerie van LNV. [Print]. Lead interview in Kien-Nieuwsbrief Directie Kennis en Innovatie van ministerie van LNV..
  • Grin, John (01-01-2010): Interview, opgenomen in Arienne van Staveren, Achttien jaar systeeminnovatie in Bos en Lommer, Management en Consulting, nr 5, 2010 [Print]. Interview, opgenomen in Arienne van Staveren, Achttien jaar systeeminnovatie in Bos en Lommer, Management en Consulting, nr 5, 2010.

Book editor

  • Brauch, H. G., Oswald Spring, Ú., Grin, J., & Scheffran, J. (Eds.) (2016). Handbook on Sustainability Transition and Sustainable Peace. (Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace ; Vol. 10). Cham: Springer. [details] 
  • Brauch, H. G., Oswald Spring, Ú., Mesjasz, C., Grin, J., Kameri-Mbote, P., Chourou, B., ... Birkmann, J. (2011). Coping with global environmental change, disasters and security: threats, challenges, vulnerabilities and risks. (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace; No. 5). Heidelberg: Springer. [details] 
  • Brauch, H. G., Oswald Spring, Ú., Grin, J., Mesjasz, C., Kameri-Mbote, P., Behera, N. C., ... Krummenacher, H. (2009). Facing global environmental change: environmental, human, energy, food, health and water security concepts. (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace; No. 4). Berlin: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-68488-6  [details] 
  • Brauch, H. G., Oswald Spring, Ú., Mesjasz, C., Grin, J., Dunay, P., Behera, N. C., ... Liotta, P. H. (2008). Globalization and environmental challenges: reconceptualizing security in the 21st century. (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace; No. 3). Berlin: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-75977-5  [details] 

Journal editor

  • Smith, A. (editor), Voß, J.P. (editor) & Grin, J. (editor) (2010-2011): Research Policy (Journal).
  • Grin, J. (editor), Voß, J.P. (editor) & Smiths, A. (editor) (2009): Policy Sciences (Journal).

Talk / presentation

  • Grin, J. (invited speaker) (2013): Patient involvement in EBM: is methodical rigour possible?, Symposium ‘”Evidence Based Medicine messages versus societal expectations’ of the Federaal Kenniscentrum voor de Gezondheidszorg, Brussels.

2017

  • Hassink, J. (2017). Understanding care farming as a swiftly developing sector in the Netherlands [details] 
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