prof.dr. ARPJ (Art) Dewulf

prof.dr. ARPJ (Art) Dewulf

Personal professor

Art Dewulf (1975) obtained a PhD in Organisational Psychology (Leuven, 2006) and is now Personal Professor of "Sensemaking and decision-making in policy processes" at the Public Administration and Policy group (Wageningen University). He studies complex problems of natural resource governance with a focus on interactive processes of sensemaking and decision-making in water and climate governance. Info:

Publications at Google Scholar 

Selected publications:

  • Dewulf, A., & Termeer, C. J. A. M. (2015). Governing the future? The potential of adaptive delta management to contribute to governance capabilities for dealing with the wicked problem of climate change adaptation. Journal of Water and Climate Change, jwc2015117. doi:10.2166/wcc.2015.117
  • Dewulf, A. (2013). Contrasting frames in policy debates on climate change adaptation. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 4(4), 321330. doi:10.1002/wcc.227
  • Dewulf, A., & Bouwen, R. (2012). Issue Framing in Conversations for Change: Discursive Interaction Strategies for Doing Differences. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 48(2), 168193. doi:10.1177/0021886312438858   
  • Dewulf, A., Brugnach, M., Termeer, C. J. A. M., & Ingram, H. (2013). Bridging Knowledge Frames and Networks in Climate and Water Governance. In J. Edelenbos, N. Bressers, & P. Scholten (Eds.), Water Governance as Connective Capacity (pp. 229247). Ashgate.   
  • Dewulf, A., Craps, M., Bouwen, R., Abril, F., & Zhingri, M. (2005). How indigenous farmers and university engineers create actionable knowledge for sustainable irrigation. Action Research, 3(2), 175192. doi:10.1177/1476750305052141   
  • Dewulf, A., Craps, M., Bouwen, R., Taillieu, T., & Pahl-wostl, C. (2005). Integrated management of natural resources: dealing with ambiguous issues, multiple actors and diverging frames. Water Science and Technology, 52(6), 11524.   
  • Dewulf, A., Craps, M., & Dercon, G. (2004). How issues get framed and reframed when different communities meet: a multi-level analysis of a collaborative soil conservation initiative in the Ecuadorian Andes. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 14(3), 177192. doi:10.1002/casp.772   
  • Dewulf, A., Gray, B., Putnam, L., Lewicki, R., Aarts, N., Bouwen, R., & van Woerkum, C. (2009). Disentangling approaches to framing in conflict and negotiation research: A meta-paradigmatic perspective. Human Relations, 62(2), 155193. doi:10.1177/0018726708100356   
  • Dewulf, A., Mancero, M., Cardenas, G., & Sucozhanay, D. (2011). Fragmentation and connection of frames in collaborative water governance: a case study of river catchment management in Southern Ecuador. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 77(1), 5075. doi:10.1177/0020852310390108   
  • Dewulf, A., Meijerink, S., & Runhaar, H. (2014). The governance of adaptation to climate change as a multi-level, multi-sector and multi-actor challenge: a European comparative perspective. Journal of Water and Climate Change, online first. doi:10.2166/wcc.2014.000   
  • Pahl-wostl, C., Craps, M., Dewulf, A., Mostert, E., Tabara, D., & Taillieu, T. (2007). Social Learning and Water Resources Management. Ecology And Society, 12(2), article 5.