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Assistant Professor
Karin Geuijen

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Universities & Institutions

  • Utrecht School of Governance

Areas of Interest

  • Refugees
  • Public Organisations
  • Service Innovation
  • Networks
  • Entrepreneurship

Karin Geuijen is assistant professor at Utrecht University School of Governance.

She coordinates the master programme Public Management and the honours programme Young Innovators.

Karin’s main research interests focus on the role which hybrid (multilevel and multisector) networks have in creating public value, especially in the domains of justice and security.

She co-leads an international consortium which researches the ways in which non EU-migrants participate in revitalising depopulating and (economically) declining areas in Europe (Welcoming Spaces). In addition, she co-leads a monitoring project on innovative financial arrangements for social enterprises (social impact bonds). Karin participated in an international and interdisciplinary research team which monitored and evaluated innovations in refugee reception and integration (U-RLP) and has developed a framework for evaluating international police co-operation.

See a selection of work by this Author

How and Why Do Social and Sustainable Initiatives Scale? A Systematic Review of the Literature on Social Entrepreneurship and Grassroots Innovation

Details Year: 2020 Published In: VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations (2020) Cite As: van Lunenburg, M., Geuijen, K. & Meijer, A. How and Why Do Social and Sustainable Initiatives Scale? A Systematic Review of the Literature on Social Entrepreneurship and Grassroots Innovation. Voluntas (2020). Subject Social and sustainable initiatives generally start small and [...]