Maartje Maria Josephine van Eerd
|1967||born in Tilburg|
|1992-1995||MA human geography, University of Amsterdam|
|1996-1997||staff member at WASTE, Gouda|
|2003-2004||lecturer methods and techniques, International Development Studies, University of Amsterdam|
|2003||PhD under the supervision of I.S.A. Baud and D.H.A. Kolff, Leiden University|
|2005-present||academic staff member of the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS), Erasmus University Rotterdam|
- personal webpage on website HIS
Eerd’s publications on countries other than India (such as Nigeria and Kenya) are not included.
1996 The occupational health aspects of waste collection and recycling: a survey of literature, Gouda: WASTE (UWEP Working Document 4,I).
1997 The occupational health aspects of waste collection and recycling: a survey of literature, Gouda: WASTE (UWEP Working Document 4,II).
2003 Local initiatives in relocation: the state and NGOs as partners?: a study in Chennai, India, [Amsterdam: AGIDS]. – PhD thesis Leiden University.
2007 & M.A. Hordijk and K.A.J. Hofman (eds), The role of the United Nations in peace and security, global development, and world governance: an assessment of the evidence, Lewiston, NY [etc.]: Mellen Press.
– “Relocation interventions and grassroots initiatives: mismatches in a relocation project in Chennai, India.” Paper presented at the N-AERUS conference on ‘grassroots lead development’ in London.
2008 Local initiatives in relocation: the state and NGOs as partners: from research to action, New Delhi: Manohar. – Also published as PhD thesis 2003 with different subtitle.
– Policy interventions and grassroots initiatives, mismatches in a relocation project in Chennai, India. IHS Working Papers nr 8.
– Ed. of: Alternatives to forced evictions: sustainable settlement strategies, training manual for World Urban Forum IV, Nanjing, China, Nov 2008.
2011 & L. van den Dool and S. Ruijsink, Supporting local urban knowledge arenas: how can knowledge networks contribute to urban development?, Saarbrücken: Lambert Academic Publishing.
– Et al., “Local urban knowledge arenas, the importance of being networked.” The Broker, pp. 18-22.
2012 “Development-induced displacement and resettlement and the misuse of public interest: comparing international guidelines with national legislation and policies in India.” International Journal of Development and Social Research 3,1: 9-20.