Matthijs Hisschemoller
Matthijs Hisschemoller
Dutch Research Institute for Transitions, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei drift.eur.nl
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Coping with intractable controversies: the case for problem structuring in policy design and analysis
M Hisschemöller, R Hoppe
Knowledge and Policy 8 (4), 40-60, 1995
5621995
Ecological indicators: between the two fires of science and policy
E Turnhout, M Hisschemöller, H Eijsackers
Ecological indicators 7 (2), 215-228, 2007
4342007
Q methodology to select participants for a stakeholder dialogue on energy options from biomass in the Netherlands
E Cuppen, S Breukers, M Hisschemöller, E Bergsma
Ecological Economics 69 (3), 579-591, 2010
2402010
The relevance of participatory approaches in integrated environmental assessment
M Hisschemöller, RSJ Tol, P Vellinga
Integrated Assessment 2 (2), 57-72, 2001
1672001
De democratie van problemen: de relatie tussen de inhoud van beleidsproblemen en methoden van politieke besluitvorming
M Hisschemöller
Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1993
1561993
Lobbying the ‘Energiewende’. Assessing the effectiveness of strategies to promote the renewable energy business in Germany
K Sühlsen, M Hisschemöller
Energy Policy 69, 316-325, 2014
1092014
Science in Wadden Sea policy: from accommodation to advocacy
E Turnhout, M Hisschemöller, H Eijsackers
Environmental Science & Policy 11 (3), 227-239, 2008
1092008
Knowledge, power, and participation in environmental policy analysis
R Hoppe
Routledge, 2018
862018
Problem-solving through international environmental agreements: the issue of regime effectiveness
M Hisschemöller, J Gupta
International Political Science Review 20 (2), 151-174, 1999
861999
What governs the transition to a sustainable hydrogen economy? Articulating the relationship between technologies and political institutions
M Hisschemöller, R Bode, M Van de Kerkhof
Energy Policy 34 (11), 1227-1235, 2006
652006
Participation as knowledge production and the limits of democracy
M Hisschemöller
Democratization of Expertise?, 189-208, 2005
562005
Shaping diversity in participatory foresight studies: Experiences with interactive backcasting in a stakeholder assessment on long-term climate policy in The Netherlands
M van de Kerkhof, M Hisschemoller, M Spanjersberg
Greener Management International, 85-100, 2002
472002
Knowledge use and political choice in Dutch environmental policy: a problem structuring perspective on real life experiments in extended peer review
M Hisschemöller, R Hoppe, P Groenewegen, CJH Midden
Knowledge, power and participation in environmental policy analysis. Policy …, 2001
432001
The repertory grid to unfold conflicting positions: the case of a stakeholder dialogue on prospects for hydrogen
M van de Kerkhof, E Cuppen, M Hisschemöller
Technological forecasting and social change 76 (3), 422-432, 2009
422009
Improving the usability of research on the public perception of science and technology for policy-making
M Hisschemöller, CJH Midden
Public Understanding of Science 8, 17-33, 1999
411999
Improving the usability of research on the public perception of science and technology for policy-making
M Hisschemöller, CJH Midden
Public Understanding of Science 8, 17-33, 1999
411999
Boundary organisations for resource mobilisation: enhancing citizens’ involvement in the Dutch energy transition
M Hisschemöller, I Sioziou
Environmental Politics 22 (5), 792-810, 2013
382013
A boundary organization and its changing environment: the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, the MNP
U Pesch, D Huitema, M Hisschemöller
Environment and planning C: government and policy 30 (3), 487-503, 2012
342012
The role of views of nature in Dutch nature conservation: the case of the creation of a drift sand area in the Hoge Veluwe National Park
E Turnhout, M Hisschemöller, H Eijsackers
Environmental Values, 187-198, 2004
322004
Knowledge, power, and participation in environmental policy analysis: an introduction
M Hisschemöller, R Hoppe, WN Dunn, JR Ravetz
Knowledge, power and participation in environmental policy analysis, 2001
322001
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