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Sarah is interested in the dynamics of interorganizational collaboration between unfamiliar partners. Her research empirically focuses on the (strategic) collaborations that emerged after the Dutch healthcare reform of 2015. Through multi-sited ethnography, she explores how local stakeholders make sense of their changing tasks and relationships in the field. Using a combination of boundary work and paradox as a theoretical lens, Sarah aims to shed light on how unfamiliar partners build collaboration from scratch.


Sarah possesses a University Teaching Qualification (Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs, BKO). She (re-)designed and teaches the MA course Governance of Healthcare Innovation. She also supervised thesis students of the following programs: MA Public Administration; MA Culture, Organization, and Management; MA Policy, Communication, and Organization (Beleid, Communicatie, en Organisatie).

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