MetadataShow full item record
The Netherlands has developed a new tool called internetconsultatie.nl, which allows anyone (individuals, groups, companies, organisations, institutes, etc.) to provide feedback regarding regulative proposals through submissions, thereby facilitating institutional entrepreneurship. I study the submissions quantitively following the model proposed by Battilana et al. (2009), using logistic regression models to determine the relations between the enabling conditions, framing strategies and allies variables and the contributions to regulative change. In so doing, I am the first to quantitively test Battilana et al.’s (2009) model. I find that nearly all the variables contribute to regulative change. Therefore, this research substantiates Battilana et al.’s (2009) model and related theories, indicating that the model can be used to determine which activities of institutional entrepreneurs have a higher probability of effectuating regulative change. Additionally, I advise the Ministry of Justice and Security to improve transparency. Lastly, I advise policymakers to be wary of potential biases and to include more of the proposed changes.