Matthew Cashmore
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The role of science in environmental impact assessment: process and procedure versus purpose in the development of theory
M Cashmore
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 24 (4), 403-426, 2004
3682004
The interminable issue of effectiveness: substantive purposes, outcomes and research challenges in the advancement of environmental impact assessment theory
M Cashmore, R Gwilliam, R Morgan, D Cobb, A Bond
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 22 (4), 295-310, 2004
3552004
Evaluating the effectiveness of impact assessment instruments: Theorising the nature and implications of their political constitution
M Cashmore, T Richardson, T Hilding-Ryedvik, L Emmelin
Environmental impact assessment review 30 (6), 371-379, 2010
1772010
Environmental impact assessment of projects in the People's Republic of China: new law, old problems
Y Wang, RK Morgan, M Cashmore
Environmental impact assessment review 23 (5), 543-579, 2003
1582003
The role and functioning of environmental assessment: Theoretical reflections upon an empirical investigation of causation
M Cashmore, A Bond, D Cobb
Journal of Environmental Management 88 (4), 1233-1248, 2008
1452008
Constructing legitimacy for climate change planning: a study of local government in Denmark
M Cashmore, A Wejs
Global Environmental Change 24, 203-212, 2014
882014
The contribution of environmental assessment to sustainable development: Toward a richer empirical understanding
M Cashmore, A Bond, D Cobb
Environmental management 40 (3), 516-530, 2007
862007
Introduction: The effectiveness of impact assessment instruments
M Cashmore, A Bond, B Sadler
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 27 (2), 91-93, 2009
822009
Application of the SEA Directive to EU structural funds: Perspectives on effectiveness
V Theophilou, A Bond, M Cashmore
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 30 (2), 136-144, 2010
762010
Decision-oriented environmental assessment: An empirical study of its theory and methods
F Pischke, M Cashmore
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 26 (7), 643-662, 2006
682006
An investigation of environmental and sustainability discourses associated with the substantive purposes of environmental assessment
JG Rozema, AJ Bond, M Cashmore, J Chilvers
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 33 (1), 80-90, 2012
672012
Power and environmental assessment: Introduction to the special issue
M Cashmore, T Richardson
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 39, 1-4, 2013
632013
Benchmarking performance: Environmental impact statements in Egypt
ESA Badr, AA Zahran, M Cashmore
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 31 (3), 279-285, 2011
562011
Impact mitigation in environmental impact assessment: paper promises or the basis of consent conditions?
L Tinker, D Cobb, A Bond, M Cashmore
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 23 (4), 265-280, 2005
542005
Power, knowledge and environmental assessment: the World Bank’s pursuit of ‘good governance’
T Richardson, M Cashmore
Journal of Political Power 4 (1), 105-125, 2011
472011
An evaluation of the quality of environmental impact statements in Thessaloniki, Greece
M Cashmore, E Christophilopoulos, D Cobb
Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management 4 (04), 371-395, 2002
452002
The mediation of environmental assessment's influence: What role for power?
M Cashmore, A Axelsson
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 39, 5-12, 2013
442013
The significance of structural power in strategic environmental assessment
AM Hansen, L Krnv, M Cashmore, T Richardson
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 39, 37-45, 2013
332013
Socio-technical systems as place-specific matters of concern: The role of urban governance in the transition of the wastewater system in Denmark
JS Jensen, CF Fratini, MA Cashmore
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 18 (2), 234-252, 2016
302016
The consideration of impacts upon the aquatic environment in environmental impact statements in England and Wales
ESA Badr, M Cashmore, D Cobb
Journal of environmental assessment policy and management 6 (01), 19-49, 2004
302004
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