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  • Choy, Chia; Skitmore, Martin; Runeson, Karl; Bridge, Adrian (Elsevier, 2012)
    The construction industry is an industry of major strategic importance. Its level of productivity has a significant effect on national economic growth. Productivity indicators are examined. The indicators consist of labour ...
  • Skitmore, Martin; Runeson, Karl (Taylor and Francis, 2006)
  • Oo, Bee-Lan; Drew, Derek; Runeson, Karl (Routledge, 2010)
    Bidding strategies vary from contractor to contractor, each of which will have different degrees of sensitivity towards the factors affecting their bidding decisions. A competitor analysis using a linear mixed model is ...
  • Gajendran, Thayparan; Brewer, Graham; Dainty, Andrew; Runeson, Karl (UTS, 2012)
    Studying the culture of project organisations requires a robust theoretical framework, which provides a platform for generating understanding. It is argued that cultural analysis frameworks are most effectively conceptualised ...
  • Skitmore, Martin; Runeson, Karl; Chang, Xinling (Taylor and francis, 2006)
    Neo-classical microeconomic theory has been suggested to offer (1) an appropriate analytical tool for construction price determination while, at the same time, (2) full-cost pricing is most commonly accepted pricing policy ...
  • Gajendran, Thayparan; Brewer, Graham; Runeson, Karl; Dainty, Andrew (Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, 2011)
    The complex interrelationships commonly enacted as a consequence of project team activity take a number of different forms, including those formally dictated by contract conditions. However it is becoming increasingly ...
  • De Valence, Gerard; Runeson, Karl (UTSePress, 2011)
    There has been an intense debate in the media and among academics on how the great financial crisis has affected the global economy, and how the effects have differed in different regions of the world. This survey was ...