Alliance Contracting Electronic Law Journal
Post Disaster Reconstruction
Post Disaster Reconstruction
Post Disaster Reconstruction
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Lindeberg, P. (2018) Best for projects: Factors the Influence the Selection Decisions for Leadership Teams in Alliance Mega Infrastructure Projects, Masters Thesis, University of Wollongong.
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Collins, B. (2019) Payments and contracting for integrated care: the false promise of self-improving health system, Kings Fund.
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Almaaz, R. et al (2020) “Comparative Analysis of Alliancing and Public-Private Partnership Cost Performance in Australian Infrastructure Projects”, IOP Conference Series
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Namadi, S. (2019) A Framework for Collaborative Costing in the UK Construction Industry, Ph D thesis, Nottingham Trent University.
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Construction Leadership Council UK (2018) Procuring for Value: Outcome based, Transparent and Efficient.
Faems, D. et al (2008) – ‘Toward an Integrative Perspective on Alliance Governance: Connecting Contract Design, Trust Dynamics, and Contract’
Schilke, O and Lumineau, F (2016) – ‘The Double-Edged Effect of Contracts on Alliance Performance’
Young, B. et al (2016) – ‘The characteristics of Australian infrastructure alliance projects’
Laan, A. et al (2011) – ‘Reducing opportunistic behaviour through a project alliance’
Slocombe, C (2014) – ‘Standard project alliance agreements’
Walker, D. et al (2015) – ‘Performance of Project Alliancing in Australasia: a Digest of Infrastructure Development from 2008 to 2013’
Jefferies, M, Brewer, J and Gajendran, T, (2014) – ‘Using a case study approach to identify critical success factors for alliance contracting’
Rose, M (2011) ‘Can project alliance contracts deliver Australia’s national broadband network?’
Laan, A. et al (2011) – ‘Building trust in construction partnering projects: An exploratory case-study’
Rowlinson, S. et al (2006) – ‘Alliancing in Australia—No-Litigation Contracts: A Tautology?’
Stephenson, A and Molck, B – ‘Alliancing in Australia: Commercial Advantage at the Expense of Legal Certainty?’
Davies, P (2008) – ‘Alliance Contracts and Public Sector Governance’
Smith, J (2001) – ‘Alliance Contracting: When is it the Best Project Delivery Method?’
Wilkinson, C (2016) – ‘Alliance Contracting: How to progress in a world of uncertainty’
Davis P, Love P (2011) – ‘Adding value through Relationship Development’
Morgan P J (2017) ‘Alliance Contracting – Some Theoretical Perspectives’