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  • Boydell, Spike; Sheehan, John; Prior, Jason; Hendy, Shaun (Urban Research Symposium, World Bank, 2009)
    In a time of climate change, cities are challenged by the twin demands of reduced carbon emissions and the provision of a potable water supply. Meanwhile our governance and legal frameworks are inadequately prepared for ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Searle, Glen; Small, Garrick (SOAC, 2007)
    The city comprises a milieu of competing and complementary property rights, ranging from the individual to the communal. Whilst property rights provide a coherent legal, economic and social framework for the relationship ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Small, Garrick (Pacific Rim Real Estate Society, 2003)
    In his opening address at the FAO/USP/RICS Foundation South Pacific Land Tenure Conflict Symposium held in Fiji in April 2002, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of the South Pacific, Savenaca Siwatibau, said "They ...
  • Nugapitiya, Mano; Boydell, Spike; Healy, Patrick (Australian Institute of Project Management, 2008)
    Paper Summary: The project manager must navigate a myriad of social processes and contexts concurrently with the application of technical skills. The experience of making context appropriate judgements is internal to the ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Watson, Nicole; Mcmillan, Mark; Mangioni, Vince; Sankaran, Shankar (SOAC, 2009)
    In 1973, the Federal Commission of Inquiry into Land Tenures identified that `in our modern complex society, an individualistic approach to property rights and land ownership is incompatible with public interest, unless ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Prior, Jason; Jakubowicz, Andrew; Searle, Glen; Crofts, Penny (Promaco Conventions Pty Ltd and DiskBank, 2009)
    The state regulates sex industry types in accordance with a range of complex, overlapping and often conflicting legal, policing, planning and administrative mechanisms. The sex industry in Sydney is currently regulated ...
  • Boydell, Spike; Giurco, Damien; Rickwood, Peter; Glazebrook, Garry; Zeibots, Michelle; White, Stuart; Thomas, Leena (Urban Research Symposium, World Bank, 2009)
    This paper presents a single, integrated urban model that focuses on the key areas of transport, domestic energy-use, and domestic water use and how these relate to urban planning and other policies. The model structure ...