Publications

Dissertation

Grandia, J. (2015). Implementing Sustainable public procurement: an organisational change perspective. Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals

Grandia, J., La Grouw, Y.M. & Kruyen, P.M. (2019).Motivating the unemployed: A full‐range model of motivational strategies that caseworkers use to activate clientsSocial Policy & Administration. DOI:10.1111/spol.12540.

Grandia, J. & Meehan, J. (2017). Public Procurement as a Policy Tool:Using procurement to reach desired outcomes in societyInternational Journal of Public Sector Management. 30(4).

Grandia, J. (2016). Finding the missing link: Examining the mediating role of sustainable procurement behaviourJournal of Cleaner Production. 124, 183–190

Grandia, J. (2016). Duurzaam inkopen bij het Rijk. TPC, 4 (Augustus 2016).

Grandia, J., Steijn, A.J. & Kuipers, B.S. (2015). It’s not easy being green: increasing sustainable procurement behaviour. Innovation: the European journal of social science research, 28(3), 243-260. 

Grandia, J. (2015) The Role of Change Agents in Sustainable Public Procurement Projects. Public Money and Management, 35 (2), 119-126.

Kuipers, B.S., Higgs, M.J., Kickert, W.J.M., Tummers, L.G., Grandia, J. & Voet, J. van der (2014). The management of change in public organizations: a literature review. Public Administration, 20 (1), 1-20.

Grandia, J., Groeneveld, S.M., Kuipers, B.S. & Steijn, A.J. (2013). Sustainable Procurement in Practice: Explaining the Degree of Sustainable Procurement from an Organisational Perspective. Rivista di Politica Economica, 2 (April/June 2013), 41-66.

Book chapter

Grandia, J. (2017). Public Procurement in Europe. In E. Ongaro & S. van Thiel (Eds.). The Palgrave Handbook of Public administration and public management in Europe. Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

Grandia, J., Groeneveld, S.M., Kuipers, B.S. & Steijn, A.J. (2014). Sustainable Procurement in Practice: Explaining the Degree of Sustainable Procurement from an Organisational Perspective. In F. Decarolis & M. Frey (Eds.), Reprinted in: Public Procurement’s Place in the World: The Charge Towards Sustainability and Innovation (Central Issues in Contemporary Economic Theory and Policy) (pp. 37-62). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

Professional publication

Grandia, J. (2014). Promotieonderzoek naar duurzaam inkopen: betrokkenheid nog belangrijker dan kennis. Deal!, November 2014, 27-29.

Research report

Grandia, J. & Kruyen, P.M. (2018) Sustainable procurement: A big-data study into the level of sustainability of more than 140,000 published procurement contract notices by Belgian contracting authorities. Federal Institute for Sustainable Development, Brussels, Belgium.

Conference & Workshop Papers

Grandia, J. (2019) Procuring sustainably? The impact of ability, motivation, and opportunity on the implementation of different types of sustainable public procurement. International Conference of Public Policy, Montréal, Canada.

Grandia, J. & Kruyen, P.M. (2019) Exploring patterns in sustainable public procurement: An analysis of > 140.000 public procurement notices of Belgian contracting authorities. IPSERA Conference, Milan, Italy.

Grandia, J. & Kruyen, P.M. (2018) Sustainable Public Procurement: A big-data study into the level of sustainability of more than 140,000 published procurement contract notices by Belgian contracting authorities. Workshop Inkoop Onderzoek Nederland: Lunteren, The Netherlands.

Grandia, J, La Grouw Y, Kruyen, P.M. (2016) Motivating the unemployed: How caseworkers employ different leadership strategies to motivate their clients. NIG Conference: Antwerp, Belgium.

Grandia, J. (2016) Knowledge and Leadership in decentralized public procurement. IRSPM Conference: Hong Kong, China. 

Grandia, J. (2016) Public Procurement in Europe. Workshop Inkoop Onderzoek Nederland: Lunteren, The Netherlands.

Grandia. J. (2015) Finding the missing link: Examining the mediating role of sustainable procurement behaviour. European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference: Warsaw, Poland.

Grandia, J. (2015) Finding the missing link: examining the mediating role of sustainable procurement behaviour. IRSPM Conference: Birmingham, the United Kingdom.

Grandia, J. (2015) Finding the missing link: examining the mediating role of sustainable procurement behaviour. Workshop Inkoop Onderzoek Nederland: Lunteren, The Netherlands.

Grandia, J., (2014)  Steijn, A.J. & Kuipers, B.S. Increasing sustainable procurement behaviour. NIG Conference: Delft, the Netherlands.

Grandia, J. (2014) The role of change agents in sustainable public procurement projects. 30th European Group for Organizational Studies Colloquium: Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Grandia, J. (2014) The role of change agents in sustainable public procurement projects. 6th International Public Procurement Conference: Dublin, Ireland.

Grandia, J., Steijn, A.J., Groeneveld, S.M. & Kuipers, B.S. (2013) Sustainable procurement in practice: Explaining the degree of sustainable procurement from an organizational perspective. IRSPM Conference: Prague, Czech Republic.

Grandia, J. (2013)  Why change agents matter in sustainable procurement. NIG Conference: Enschede, the Netherlands.

Grandia, J. (2012) Sustainable procurement in practice: a theoretical and empirical quest for influencing factors. NIG Conference: Leuven, the Netherlands.

Grandia, J. (2011) Implementing sustainable procurement in the Dutch national government; exploring the policy implementation process. EGPA Conference: Bucharest, Romania.

Grandia, J. (2011) Organizational change in the implementation of sustainable procurement in the Netherlands. NIG Conference: Rotterdam.

Grandia, J. (2010)  Policy implementation and change management. NIG Conference: Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Kuipers, B.S., Higgs, M.J., Kickert, W.J.M., Meer, F.B.L. van der, Grandia, J., Post, R., Tummers, L.G., Voet, J. van der & Witte, M.C. de. (2010)  Managing change in public organizations: A review of the literature between 2000-2010. NIG Conference: Maastricht, the Netherlands.

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