Macharis, C., & Baudry, G. (Eds.). (2018). Decision-making for sustainable transport and mobility: multi actor multi criteria analysis. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Huang, H., De Smet, Y., Macharis, C., & Doan, N. A. V. (2021). Collaborative decision-making in sustainable mobility: identifying possible consensuses in the multi-actor multi-criteria analysis based on inverse mixed-integer linear optimization. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 28(1), 64-74.
Huang, H., Mommens, K., Lebeau, P., & Macharis, C. (2021, May). The Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis (MAMCA) for Mass-Participation Decision Making. In International Conference on Decision Support System Technology (pp. 3-17). Springer, Cham.
Macharis, C., & Bernardini, A. (2015). Reviewing the use of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis for the evaluation of transport projects: Time for a multi-actor approach. Transport policy, 37, 177-186.
Macharis, C., & Nijkamp, P. (2013). Stakeholder bias in multi-actor multi-criteria transportation evaluation: issues and solutions. In Smart Transport Networks. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Macharis, C., Turcksin, L., & Lebeau, K. (2012). Multi actor multi criteria analysis (MAMCA) as a tool to support sustainable decisions: State of use. Decision Support Systems, 54(1), 610-620.
Macharis, C., De Witte, A., & Ampe, J. (2009). The multi‐actor, multi‐criteria analysis methodology (MAMCA) for the evaluation of transport projects: Theory and practice. Journal of Advanced transportation, 43(2), 183-202.
MAMCA extended (software/framework)
Huang, H., Lebeau, P., & Macharis, C. (2020, May). The multi-actor multi-criteria analysis (MAMCA): new software and new visualizations. In International Conference on Decision Support System Technology (pp. 43-56). Springer, Cham.
Baudry, G., Macharis, C., & Vallée, T. (2018). Range-based Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis: A combined method of Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis and Monte Carlo simulation to support participatory decision making under uncertainty. European Journal of Operational Research, 264(1), 257-269.
Balm, S., Macharis, C., Milan, L., & Quak, H. (2016). A city distribution impact assessment framework. Towards Innovative Freight and Logistics, 2, 353-367.
Bulckaen, J., Keseru, I., & Macharis, C. (2016). Sustainability versus stakeholder preferences: Searching for synergies in urban and regional mobility measures. Research in Transportation Economics, 55, 40-49.
Hadavi, S., Macharis, C., & Van Raemdonck, K. (2016). The multi-actor multi-criteria analysis (MAMCA) tool: methodological adaptations and visualizations. In Advanced Concepts, Methodologies and Technologies for Transportation and Logistics (pp. 39-53). Springer, Cham.
MAMCA case study
Pappers, J., Keserü, I., & Macharis, C. (2021). Participatory evaluation in transport planning: the application of Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis in co-creation to solve mobility problems in Brussels. In Transport in Human Scale Cities. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Keseru, I., Coosemans, T., & Macharis, C. (2021). Stakeholders’ preferences for the future of transport in Europe: Participatory evaluation of scenarios combining scenario planning and the multi-actor multi-criteria analysis. Futures, 127, 102690.
Lode, M. L., Te Boveldt, G., Macharis, C., & Coosemans, T. (2021). Application of Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis for Transition Management in Energy Communities. Sustainability, 13(4), 1783.
Brusselaers, N., Mommens, K., & Macharis, C. (2021). Building Bridges: A Participatory Stakeholder Framework for Sustainable Urban Construction Logistics. Sustainability, 13(5), 2678.
Lebeau, P., Macharis, C., Van Mierlo, J., & Janjevic, M. (2018). Improving policy support in city logistics: The contributions of a multi-actor multi-criteria analysis. Case Studies on Transport Policy, 6(4), 554-563.
Baudry, G., Macharis, C., & Vallée, T. (2018). Can microalgae biodiesel contribute to achieve the sustainability objectives in the transport sector in France by 2030? A comparison between first, second and third generation biofuels though a range-based Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis. Energy, 155, 1032-1046.
Bergqvist, R., Macharis, C., Meers, D., & Woxenius, J. (2015). Making hinterland transport more sustainable a multi actor multi criteria analysis. Research in Transportation Business & Management, 14, 80-89.
Macharis, C., & Milan, L. (2015). Transition through dialogue: A stakeholder based decision process for cities: The case of city distribution. Habitat International, 45, 82-91.
Kourtit, K., Macharis, C., & Nijkamp, P. (2014). A multi-actor multi-criteria analysis of the performance of global cities. Applied Geography, 49, 24-36.
Macharis, C., & Crompvoets, J. (2014). A stakeholder-based assessment framework applied to evaluate development scenarios for the spatial data infrastructure for Flanders. Computers, environment and urban systems, 46, 45-56.
Macharis, C., Milan, L., & Verlinde, S. (2014). A stakeholder-based multicriteria evaluation framework for city distribution. Research in Transportation Business & Management, 11, 75-84.
Vermote, L., Macharis, C., & Putman, K. (2013). A road network for freight transport in flanders: Multi-actor multi-criteria assessment of alternative ring ways. Sustainability, 5(10), 4222-4246.
De Brucker, K., Macharis, C., & Verbeke, A. (2011). Multi-criteria analysis in transport project evaluation: an institutional approach. European Transport, 47(47), 3-24.
Macharis, C., Van Hoeck, E., Verlinde, S., Debauche, W., & Witlox, F. (2011). Multi-actor multi-criteria analysis: A case study on night-time delivery for urban distribution. In City distribution and urban freight transport. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Turcksin, L., Macharis, C., Lebeau, K., Boureima, F., Van Mierlo, J., Bram, S., … & Pelkmans, L. (2011). A multi-actor multi-criteria framework to assess the stakeholder support for different biofuel options: The case of Belgium. Energy Policy, 39(1), 200-214.
Macharis, C., De Witte, A., & Turcksin, L. (2010). The Multi-Actor Multi-Criteria Analysis (MAMCA) application in the Flemish long-term decision making process on mobility and logistics. Transport Policy, 17(5), 303-311.