Dhr. Wiljan Hendrikx

Dhr. Wiljan Hendrikx

Researcher

Biography

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5cIsXZa-SQ

Wiljan Hendrikx works as co-academic director of the MPM & MME executive master programs and as researcher at Tias School for Business and Society. Previously, he studied Public Administration and Organizational Science (MSc, 2010-2012), graduating cum laude on a thesis about the professional identity of Dutch general practitioners. After being a visiting fellow at the Good Project, Harvard Graduate School of Education for three months, he became a PhD researcher and public administration lecturer at the Tilburg Institute of Governance of Tilburg University for five years. His PhD thesis is titled “Professional identity of GPs & teachers in a context of welfare state public policy reform.” His main research interests cover professionalism and public management regimes. Aiming to defend his thesis in the second half of 2018.


Publications

  • Hendrikx, W. (2018). Priced not praised: professional identity of GPs within market-oriented healthcare reform. Journal of Professions and Organization, 5(1), 12–27. https://doi.org/10.1093/jpo/jox011
  • Hendrikx, W., & Van Gestel, N. (2017). The emergence of hybrid professional roles: GPs and secondary school teachers in a context of public sector reform. Public Management Review, 19(8), 1105–1123. https://doi.org/10.1080/14719037.2016.1257062
  • Van Hulst, M., Van den Brink, G., Hendrikx, W., Maalsté, N., & Mali, B. (2016). Krachten op Straat: waar politiemensen uit putten en mee worstelen in hun alledaagse werk. Tijdschrift voor Veiligheid, 15/2/3:33-45. BoomCriminologie
  • Van den Brink, G.J.M., Hendrikx, P.M.A., Van Hulst, M.J., Maalsté, N., & Mali, B. (2016). Een onderzoek naar de morele weerbaarheid van Nederlandse politiefunctionarissen. Onderzoeksreeks Politieacademie. Den Haag: Boom Uitgevers.
  • Hendrikx, P.M.A. (2013). GoodWork® in het onderwijs; interview met Professor Howard Gardner. In Kneyber, R. & Evers, J. (Eds). Het Alternatief; weg met de afrekencultuur in het onderwijs (pp. 58-66). Amsterdam: Boom.