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  • Obeng-Odoom, F; Amedzro, L (Urbanisticni Institut Republike Slovenije, 2011-01)
    Housing 'inadequacy' in Ghana is usually interpreted in two ways. One interpretation emphasises inadequate quantity: the gap between housing supply and housing demand. For instance, when Deputy Works and Housing Minister ...
  • Ghosh, S; Vale, R; Vale, B (Routledge, 2006-01)
    Sustainability Indicators are a measure to assess progress towards sustainable development, but how and why certain indicators are produced and used is often hard to understand. There is also a lack of common ground, so ...
  • Perry, LJ (Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, 2006-01)
  • McLaughlin, SM (Sage Publications Inc, 2009-01)
    Technology or art? The practice of information design occupies an ambiguous position in relation to these very different approaches to making. Heidegger's critique of the metaphysical concepts of being, spatiality and mood ...
  • Smith, Peter (The Institute of Quantity Surveyors and the Australian Institute of Building, 2001)
  • Debenham, JK; Debenham, JK; Simoff, SJ; Simoff, SJ (Springer-Verlag BerlinSpringer-Verlag Berlin, 2005-01)
    A complete, immersive, distributed virtual trading enviromnent is described. Virtual worlds technology provides an immersive environment in which traders are represented as avatars that interact with each other, and have ...
  • Boyle, T; Giurco, D; Mukheibir, P; Liu, A; Moy, C; White, S; Stewart, R (MDPI AG, 2013)
    This paper reviews the drivers, development and global deployment of intelligent water metering in the urban context. Recognising that intelligent metering (or smart metering) has the potential to revolutionise customer ...
  • Walsh, KD; Sawhney, A; Brown, A (Asce-Amer Soc Civil Engineers, 2005-01)
    The importance of the construction sector in national economies around the globe and the global nature of the industry require a prudent international comparison of construction costs. From the view of international ...
  • Sawhney, A; Walsh, KD; Brown, A (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2004-01)
    Purchasing power parity (PPP) is often used by global organizations to perform international comparison of gross domestic product and other important economic indicators. Gross level comparisons include comparison of the ...
  • Reed, R; Bilos, A; Wilkinson, SJ; Schulte, K (American Real Estate Society, 2009-01)
    This paper undertakes an international comparison of global sustainability tools and examines their characteristics and differences. Most importantly, it focuses on which tools from different countries can be directly ...
  • Van Den Hoven, E; Sas, C; Whittaker, S (2012-04-05)
    New uses of digital media are discussed and various important research challenges that must be addressed by future work are identified. This abundance of digital media means that people are now required to organize their ...
  • Van Dooren, T (Pion Ltd, 2008-01)
    This paper explores some of the inequities in the ways in which intellectual property has been applied to agricultural plant genetic resources, focusing primarily on patents. In particular, it is concerned with the importance ...
  • Zaid Alkilani, S; Jupp, JR; Sawhney, A (Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, 2013-01)
    The construction industry is widely regarded as one of the most significant interms of its impact on health and safety (H&S). Recent findings suggestthat in developing countries H&S awareness and performance is low. In ...
  • Searle Glen (Routledge Journals, 2006)
    The new City of Cities metropolitan strategy (Department of Planning, 2005a) is probably the most comprehensive planning strategy that Sydney has had since its first strategy over 50 years ago. And in many ways it reads ...
  • Ang, SL; Wilkinson, SJ (Emerald, 2008-01)
    Sustainable property development has increased in market share over the past two to three years globally and locally. This research aims to analyze the drivers and barriers to sustainable property development in Melbourne ...
  • Dorst, K; Vermaas, P (Springer, 2005-01)
    Over the last 12 years, the design research group at the Key Centre for Computing at the University of Sydney has been developing an extensive model of designing, looking at designing as a process in which the concepts of ...
  • Boom, K; Ben-Ami, D (Lawbook Co., 2013-01)
    Australias kangaroo industry represents the largest commercial kill of land-based wildlife in the world. The environmental law and policy that governs the industry primarily seeks to facilitate the killing of kangaroos on ...
  • Bakker, S; van den Hoven, E; Eggen, B (2012-05)
    In a world in which intelligent technologies are integrated in everyday objects and environments, users are at risk of being overburdened with information and interaction possibilities. Calm technology therefore aims at ...
  • Murti, R; Boydell, S (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2008-01)
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide background information on the land tenure and conflict issues surrounding sustainable forestry management initiatives on customary land in Fiji. Design/methodology/approach: ...