Wouter Van Reeth
  • Herman Teirlinckgebouw, Havenlaan 88 bus 73

    1000 Brussel

    Belgium

20042023

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I do research on nature-society interactions and the governance thereoff by government and other stakeholders. I am especially interested in the co-evolution of land use and ecosystems, institutions, knowledge and value systems. I evaluate policy programmes and analyse approaches like nature based solutions and natural capital accounting. This research is mostly conducted for the Nature Report that INBO presents on a biennial basis to the Flemish minister for Nature and Environment.

During the 1990's I did research at the Public Management Institute (Leuven University) on the implementation of performance management in Flemish government agencies. In addition I provided on a regular basis training for civil servants. My doctoral dissertation discussed factors of failure and succes for the adoption of reforms like performance budgeting and cost accounting. Before this I studied business administration (Leuven University) and fiscal sciences (Fiscale Hogeschool Brussel).

Thematic List 2020

  • Protected nature
  • Forest
  • Climate
  • Nature & society

Policy

  • policy assessment
  • biodiversity policy
  • sustainable development
  • economics of nature, forest and biodiversity policy
  • nature policy
  • spatial planning
  • urban policy
  • protected Flemish nature
  • conservation goals
  • indicators
  • reporting
  • social aspects of forest and nature

Technological

  • image analysis
  • evaluation techniques

Geographic List

  • Rupel
  • Flanders

Disciplinecode List

  • Agricultural and natural resource economics, environmental and ecological economics
  • Public management
  • Public administration
  • Public policy
  • Program evaluation and social impact assessment

Thematic List

  • Policy
  • Society
  • Space

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