Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction

Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction


ISSN: 1366-4387

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Editorial objectives

A CIB-encouraged journal.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.

Editorial Criteria

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 

Topicality  

The increasing internationalisation of property development and construction through multi national firms and organisations requires a greater awareness, understanding and application of the most up to date procedures currently being used worldwide. The journal provides one method for those members of the appropriate property, surveying and construction professions and industries to keep in touch with current developments and also to meet their educational requirements towards life long learning.

Key Benefits 

The journal is encouraged by the CIB, and is published using the expertise of an international board. Papers are fully refereed by experts within the specific area of the paper. Papers from established authors and also from new researchers are welcomed. The editors are happy to give preliminary advice to authors of proposed papers on suitability, structure and content of papers. Short discussion and comment articles on current topics or previous papers are also welcomed for publication. This it is hoped will stimulate increased interest between practice and academic research. The journal is widely regarded as the only one that brings together in a seamless way the financial implications of property and construction developments.

Key Journal Audiences

  • Architects
  • Building Firms and Organisations
  • Building Surveyors
  • Chartered Accountants involved with property
  • Commercial Property Surveyors
  • Construction Managers
  • Engineering Personnel and Organisations involved in construction
  • Estate Managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Financial Institutions; Banks, building societies, investment trusts etc
  • Government Departments, Local Authorities and Bodies
  • Persons involved with Private Finance Initiative (PFI)
  • Planners and Planning Surveyors
  • Project Managers
  • Property Developers
  • Quantity Surveyors
  • Real Estate Personnel
  • Solicitors
  • Taxation of Property
  • Valuation Surveyors

The journal is abstracted and indexed in

  • Construction Management Abstracts
  • Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) by Thomson Reuters;
  • INSPEC
  • Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals
  • QUALIS
  • ReadCube Discover
  • Scopus

Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Property Management & Built Environment eJournals Collection. For more information, please email collections@emeraldinsight.com or visit the Emerald Property Management & Built Environment eJournals Collection page.

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