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Volume 36, issue 9, 2018

Categorizing suppliers for development investments in construction: application of DEA and RFM concept pp. 487-506 Downloads
Abdollah Noorizadeh, Kamran Rashidi and Antti Peltokorpi
Chinese investment in the Australian construction industry: the social amplification of risk pp. 507-520 Downloads
J. Sacilotto and M. Loosemore
Infrastructure epistemologies: water, wastewater and displaced persons in Germany pp. 521-534 Downloads
Jessica Kaminsky and Kasey Faust
Integrating product and process design in construction pp. 535-543 Downloads
Cecília Gravina da Rocha and Sergio Kemmer

Volume 36, issue 8, 2018

Rationale: the necessary ingredient for contributions to theory and practice pp. 423-424 Downloads
Amy Javernick-Will
Bringing planning back into the picture – How can supply chain planning aid in dealing with supply chain-related problems in construction? pp. 425-442 Downloads
Micael Thunberg and Anna Fredriksson
External stakeholder strategic actions in construction projects: a Vietnamese study pp. 443-458 Downloads
Tan Hai Dang Nguyen, Nicholas Chileshe and Raufdeen Rameezdeen
How the capital structure of firms is determined over business cycles: further evidence from the construction industry of Taiwan pp. 459-471 Downloads
Hsien-Hung Herman Yeh
Understanding the multiple functions of construction contracts: the anatomy of FIDIC model contracts pp. 472-485 Downloads
Yongqiang Chen, Wenqian Wang, Shuibo Zhang and Jingya You

Volume 36, issue 7, 2018

The role of building control surveyors and their power in promoting sustainable construction pp. 363-374 Downloads
Niamh Murtagh, Loulwa Achkar and Aeli Roberts
Quantifying stakeholders’ influence on energy efficiency of housing: development and application of a four-step methodology pp. 375-393 Downloads
Sherif Zedan and Wendy Miller
Co-creating social value through cross-sector collaboration between social enterprises and the construction industry pp. 394-408 Downloads
J. Barraket and M. Loosemore
The role of organizational climate in socially embedding construction firms’ sustainability goals pp. 409-421 Downloads
F.T.T. Phua

Volume 36, issue 6, 2018

Capital project planning for a circular economy pp. 303-312 Downloads
Benjamin Sanchez and Carl Haas
Agent-based modelling and construction – reconstructing antiquity’s largest infrastructure project pp. 313-327 Downloads
J. Riley Snyder, Ozge Dilaver, Lucy C. Stephenson, Jan E. Mackie and Simon D. Smith
A simulation-based method for effective workface planning of industrial construction projects pp. 328-347 Downloads
Di Hu, Yasser Mohamed, Hosein Taghaddos and Ulrich (Rick) Hermann
Diversification in the international construction business pp. 348-361 Downloads
Meng Ye, Weisheng Lu, Roger Flanagan and Kunhui Ye

Volume 36, issue 5, 2018

The social impact of construction industry schools-based corporate volunteering pp. 243-258 Downloads
Martin Loosemore and Jemma Bridgeman
On the nexus of changing public facilities management practices: purposive and co-creative actions across multiple levels pp. 259-275 Downloads
Pernilla Gluch and Ingrid Svensson
Constructing safety: investigating senior executive long-term incentive plans and safety objectives in the construction sector pp. 276-290 Downloads
Vanessa McDermott, Rita Peihua Zhang, Andrew Hopkins and Jan Hayes
Exploring safety management challenges for multi-national construction workforces: a UK case study pp. 291-301 Downloads
David Oswald, Fred Sherratt, Simon D. Smith and Matthew R. Hallowell

Volume 36, issue 4, 2018

Plugging into the big debates of the day pp. 181-181 Downloads
Roine Leiringer and Andy Dainty
A framework for managing organizations in complex environments pp. 182-202 Downloads
Wael Khalil Shadid
Optimized real options-based approach for government guarantees in PPP toll road projects pp. 203-216 Downloads
Faruk Buyukyoran and Selin Gundes
Creating opportunities in the face of an environmental jolt: exploring turnaround strategizing practices within large Irish construction contractors pp. 217-241 Downloads
Paul Tansey, John P. Spillane and Tara Brooks

Volume 36, issue 3, 2018

Reinforcing cycles involving inter- and intraorganizational paradoxical tensions when managing large construction projects pp. 125-140 Downloads
Henrik Szentes
Shaping the discourse of worker health in the UK construction industry pp. 141-152 Downloads
Fred Sherratt
Work-related contact, work–family conflict, psychological distress and sleep problems experienced by construction professionals: an integrated explanatory model pp. 153-174 Downloads
Paul Bowen, Rajen Govender, Peter Edwards and Keith Cattell
Construction economics and economics journals pp. 175-180 Downloads
Jan Bröchner

Volume 36, issue 2, 2018

Mapping corporate social responsibility strategies in the construction and engineering industry pp. 67-82 Downloads
Martin Loosemore and Benson Teck Heng Lim
Managing collaborative space in multi-partner projects pp. 83-95 Downloads
Anne Kokkonen and Anne Live Vaagaasar
A strategic analysis of contract termination in public–private partnerships: implications from cases in sub-Saharan Africa pp. 96-108 Downloads
Anthony T. Odoemena and Masahide Horita
Improving workflow and resource usage in construction schedules through location-based management system (LBMS) pp. 109-124 Downloads
Hylton Olivieri, Olli Seppänen and Ariovaldo Denis Granja

Volume 36, issue 1, 2018

The formation of a collaborative project identity in an infrastructure alliance project pp. 1-21 Downloads
Anna-Maija Hietajärvi and Kirsi Aaltonen
Social identity, safety climate and self-reported accidents among construction workers pp. 22-31 Downloads
Lars Peter Andersen, Line Nørdam, Thomas Joensson, Pete Kines and Kent J. Nielsen
Categorizing modularization strategies to achieve various objectives of building investments pp. 32-48 Downloads
Antti Peltokorpi, Hylton Olivieri, Ariovaldo Denis Granja and Olli Seppänen
Reorganizing construction logistics for improved performance pp. 49-65 Downloads
Viktoria Sundquist, Lars-Erik Gadde and Kajsa Hulthén

Volume 35, issue 11-12, 2017

Editorial pp. 655-656 Downloads
Andy Dainty and Roine Leiringer
Thinking with materialities in construction management: a response to Alexander Styhre pp. 657-662 Downloads
Daniel Sage
Thinking with Daniel Sage: some final remarks pp. 663-664 Downloads
Alexander Styhre
Human research ethics – is construction management research concerned? pp. 665-675 Downloads
Ian Stewart, Peter Fenn and Elika Aminian
Options-based negotiation management of PPP–BOT infrastructure projects pp. 676-692 Downloads
Meghdad Attarzadeh, David K.H. Chua, Michael Beer and Ernest L.S. Abbott
Slacks-based data envelopment analysis for eco-efficiency assessment in the Australian construction industry pp. 693-706 Downloads
Xiancun Hu and Chunlu Liu
Promoting wellbeing at university: the role of resilience for students of the built environment pp. 707-718 Downloads
Michelle Turner, Christina M. Scott-Young and Sarah Holdsworth
Indexes for Volume 35 (2017) pp. 719-719 Downloads
The Editors
Indexes for Volume 35 (2017) pp. 720-724 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 35, issue 10, 2017

Challenges when implementing BIM for industry change pp. 597-610 Downloads
Susanna Vass and Tina Karrbom Gustavsson
The role of industry: an analytical framework to understand ICT transformation within the AEC industry pp. 611-626 Downloads
Mattias Jacobsson, Henrik C.J. Linderoth and Steve Rowlinson
Construction firms in public–private partnerships: a place to grow pp. 627-640 Downloads
Athena Roumboutsos, Ancor Suárez Alemán and Robert Ågren
Corporate volunteering in the construction industry: motivations, costs and benefits pp. 641-653 Downloads
Martin Loosemore and Jemma Bridgeman

Volume 35, issue 8-9, 2017

Editorial for the special issue on social networks in construction pp. 445-454 Downloads
Stephen Pryke, Sulafa Badi and Lena Bygballe
The link between knowledge sharing connections and employee time savings: A social network analysis pp. 455-467 Downloads
Cristina Poleacovschi, Amy Javernick-Will and Tony Tong
The social network of the UK PPP secondary equity market – returns and competition in an emerging market pp. 468-481 Downloads
Alberto De Biasio and Alex Murray
Network strategy for contractors’ business competitiveness pp. 482-497 Downloads
Calvin Keung and Liyin Shen
Managing stakeholder networks for a social license to build pp. 498-513 Downloads
Robert G. Boutilier and Michal Zdziarski
Inter-organizational resource coordination in post-disaster infrastructure recovery pp. 514-530 Downloads
Aaron Opdyke, Florence Lepropre, Amy Javernick-Will and Matthew Koschmann
Formal and informal relations within BIM-enabled supply chain partnerships pp. 531-552 Downloads
Eleni Papadonikolaki, Alexander Verbraeck and Hans Wamelink
An actor–network theory approach to developing an expanded conceptualization of collaboration in industrialized building housing construction pp. 553-577 Downloads
Kerry London and Zelinna Pablo
‘What does this mean’? Sensemaking in the strategic action field of construction pp. 578-596 Downloads
Richard Fellows and Anita M. M. Liu

Volume 35, issue 7, 2017

On the right to disagree, healthy debates and moving forward pp. 383-384 Downloads
Roine Leiringer and Andy Dainty
The prospects for a production management body of knowledge in business schools: response to Koskela (2017) “Why is management research irrelevant?” pp. 385-391 Downloads
Chris Ivory
The futures of construction management research pp. 392-403 Downloads
Chris Harty and Roine Leiringer
How (do) internal capabilities and the geography of business networks shape the performance of contractors in public procurement tenders? Evidence from the construction industry pp. 404-419 Downloads
Roberta Apa and Silvia Rita Sedita
Applying the dynamic capabilities framework in the case of a large public construction client pp. 420-431 Downloads
Abderisak Adam and Göran Lindahl
Condom use by South African construction workers pp. 432-444 Downloads
Paul Bowen, Rajen Govender and Peter Edwards

Volume 35, issue 6, 2017

Frames, agency and institutional change: the case of benchmarking in Danish construction pp. 305-323 Downloads
Grane Mikael Gregaard Rasmussen, Per Langaa Jensen and Stefan Christoffer Gottlieb
From visions to practice – The role of sensemaking, institutional logic and pragmatic practice pp. 324-337 Downloads
Henrik C. J. Linderoth
Institutions and institutional logics in construction safety management: the case of climatic heat stress pp. 338-367 Downloads
Andrea Yunyan Jia, Steve Rowlinson, Martin Loosemore, Mengnan Xu, Baizhan Li and Alistair Gibb
Analysis of the impact of craft labour availability on North American construction project productivity and schedule performance pp. 368-380 Downloads
Hossein Karimi, Timothy R. B. Taylor and Paul M. Goodrum
Corrigendum pp. 381-381 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 35, issue 5, 2017

Promoting construction workers’ health: a multi-level system perspective pp. 239-253 Downloads
Helen Lingard and Michelle Turner
What influences professional women’s career advancement in construction? pp. 254-275 Downloads
Valerie Francis
What you see is not what you get: single-family house renovation and energy retrofit seen through the lens of sociomateriality pp. 276-287 Downloads
Martine Buser and Veronica Carlsson
The impacts of industrialization on construction subcontractors: a resource based view pp. 288-304 Downloads
Edward Goh and Martin Loosemore

Volume 35, issue 4, 2017

Let’s get critical! A call for critical reviews and essays pp. 183-183 Downloads
The Editors
The sociotechnical regime and Swedish contractor perceptions of structural frames pp. 184-195 Downloads
Kerstin Hemström, Leif Gustavsson and Krushna Mahapatra
Flexibility in PPP contracts – Dealing with potential change in the pre-contract phase of a construction project pp. 196-206 Downloads
Hatice Çiğdem Demirel, Wim Leendertse, Leentje Volker and Marcel Hertogh
Does the built-environment industry attract risk-taking individuals? pp. 207-217 Downloads
F. T. T. Phua
Public sustainable-energy requirements and innovation in UK PFI school projects pp. 218-238 Downloads
Sulafa Badi

Volume 35, issue 3, 2017

What kind of expertise is needed for low energy construction? pp. 78-89 Downloads
Linda Clarke, Colin Gleeson and Christopher Winch
Linking corporate social responsibility and organizational performance in the construction industry pp. 90-105 Downloads
Martin Loosemore and Benson Teck Heng Lim
On the distribution of bids for construction contract auctions pp. 106-121 Downloads
Pablo Ballesteros-Pérez and Martin Skitmore
Managing the unknown – Addressing the potential health risks of nanomaterials in the built environment pp. 122-136 Downloads
Wendy Jones, Alistair Gibb, Chris Goodier and Phil Bust
Evolutionary game of investors’ opportunistic behaviour during the operational period in PPP projects pp. 137-153 Downloads
Jicai Liu, Ruolan Gao, Charles Yuen Jen Cheah and Jian Luo
A comparison of inspection practices within the construction industry between the Danish and Swedish Work Environment Authorities pp. 154-169 Downloads
Kent Jacob Nielsen
Referees for Volume 34 (2016) pp. 170-179 Downloads
The Editors
Indexes for Volume 34 (2016) pp. 180-181 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 35, issue 1-2, 2017

Construction Management and Economics: New Directions pp. 1-3 Downloads
Roine Leiringer and Andy Dainty
Why is management research irrelevant? pp. 4-23 Downloads
Lauri Koskela
Being careful what we wish for? Challenges and opportunities afforded through engagement with business and management research pp. 24-34 Downloads
Mike Bresnen
Thinking about materiality: the value of a construction management and engineering view pp. 35-44 Downloads
Alexander Styre
Construction flow index: a metric of production flow quality in construction pp. 45-63 Downloads
Rafael Sacks, Olli Seppänen, Vitaliy Priven and Jonathan Savosnick
Energy-based safety risk assessment: does magnitude and intensity of energy predict injury severity? pp. 64-77 Downloads
Matthew R. Hallowell, Dillon Alexander and John A. Gambatese
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