Waardenburg, M. (2021). A foundational contribution to a comparative sociology of sport. Book review of Siegfried Nagel, Karsten Elmose-Østerlund, Bjarne Ibsen & Jeroen Scheerder, functions of sports clubs in European societies: a cross-national comparative study.(Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2020) ISBN: 978-3-030-48534-4, European Journal for Sport and Society, 18(4), pp. 385-388

Waardenburg, M. (2021). Understanding the Microfoundations of Government–Civil Society Relations. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 32(3), pp. 548-560.

ten Dam, E. & Waardenburg, M. (2020). Logic fluidity: how frontline professionals use institutional logics in their day-to-day work. Journal of Professions and Organization, 7(2), pp. 188-204. – Winner JPO Best Paper Award 2020/2021

Waardenburg, M. & Nagel, S. (2019). Social roles of sport organisations: developments, contexts and challenges. Guest editorial to the special issue. European Journal for Sport and Society16(2), pp. 83-87.

Waardenburg, M., Visschers, M., Deelen, J.C. & van Liempt, I.C. (2019). Sport in liminal spaces – the meaning of sport activities for refugees living in a reception centre. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 54(8), pp. 938-956.

Waardenburg, M., van den Hombergh, S. & van Bottenburg, M. (2019). Bouwen aan maatschappelijke waarden: publiek-private samenwerking bij multifunctionele sportaccommodaties. Den Haag: Boom Bestuurskunde.

Waardenburg, M. (2016). Which wider social roles? An analysis of social roles ascribed to voluntary sports clubs. European Journal for Sport and Society, 13(1), pp. 38-54.

Van Bottenburg, M. & Waardenburg, M. (2016), entry on ‘The Netherlands’, in: Berkshire Encyclopedia of World Sport, Oxford University Press.

Waardenburg, M., van den Bergh, M. & van Eekeren, F. (2015). Local meanings of a sport mega-event’s legacies: Stories from a South African urban neighbourhood. South African Review of Sociology, 46(1), pp. 87-105.

Waardenburg, M. & van den Bergh, M.W. (2015). Narrating the World Cup legacy: Stories about the FIFA Football for Hope programme. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD).

Waardenburg, M. & Bovenkamp, H. van de (2014). Civil society as government steering mechanism: a comparison between sport associations and patient organizations in the Netherlands. In: Brandsen, T., Trommel, W. & Verschuere, B. (eds.), Manufacturing Civil Society. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Waardenburg, M. & Bottenburg, M. van (2013). Sport Policy in the Netherlands – Country Profile. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics5(3).