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Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction (ISSN: 1366-4387)

Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited

ISSN-L: 1366-4387

ISSN: 1366-4387

IF(Impact Factor) : 2017 Evaluation Pending

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Description

The Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction provides an international forum which brings together theoretical and practical developments and new thinking in the financial management of property and construction throughout all its stages from initial conception, development investment, decision making, risk evaluation, site acquisition, planning, design, construction, maintenance and future life cycle valuation, financial return, change of use and possible demolition. The journal also presents a platform for the exchange of ideas in relation to cost implications of sustainability issues that are involved in property and construction developments. The Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction is a CIB Encouraged Journal.
The journal publishes papers of intellectual rigour which have a theoretical and /or practical relevance to financial management of property and construction. The papers will present the most up to date research and development internationally which will assist and interest those involved in the real estate, property and surveying professions and in the various industries involved in the construction process. The papers, it is hoped will provide a useful source of information, new methodologies and practice skills which will be of benefit to both practitioners and researchers.
Scope/Coverage
The Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction publishes original manuscripts (theoretical and empirical) within both property and construction fields on issues dealing with:
Project and corporate financing
Risk management
Market analysis, modelling and valuation of property
Building/Construction Economics
Investment theory and practice
Economics of sustainability and renewal
Financial implications of IT systems
Financial aspects of statutory regulations, energy and environment
Cost evaluation and financial implications of alternative procurement methods

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