Marieke van der Hoek
In her research, Marieke van der Hoek focuses on the relationship between context and leadership behaviour at multiple levels in public organizations, which she studies in the university sector. She is involved in teaching courses on public management at the master level.
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Marieke van der Hoek has worked as a PhD candidate in the Institute of Public Administration since September 2016. Her research focuses on the relationship between context and leadership at multiple levels in public organizations, which she will study in the university sector.
Next to her PhD research, Marieke is involved in a research project on High Performance Teams in the Dutch public sector. She participates in data collection (online questionnaire, interviews) and analysis.
Marieke holds a Bachelor in Public Administration (cum laude) from Erasmus University Rotterdam (2014) and obtained her Master degree from Utrecht University, where she completed the Research Master programme in Public Administration & Organizational Science (2016). For her Master thesis, she conducted a mixed methods study on goal ambiguity and goal setting strategies at universities to develop measurement scales for these concepts.
- Hoek M.A. van der, Groeneveld S.M. & Kuipers B.S. (2018), Goal setting in teams: Goal clarity and team performance in the public sector, Review of Public Personnel Administration 38(4): 472-493.
- Hoek M. van der & Bekerom P. van den (2018), Prestatiemanagement. In: Noort W. van, Groeneveld S., Hoek M. van der, Schalk J., Voet J. van der (Eds.) Publiek management. Bussum: Uitgeverij Coutinho. 227-242.