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Dr Paul Chan (BSc (Hons), PhD, ICIOB, PCAPL, FHEA) - publications

List of publications

2013

  • Paul W Chan. Queer eye on a 'straight' life: deconstructing masculinities in construction. Construction Management and Economics. 2013 August; 31(8): 816-831. eScholarID:253695
  • Paul Chan. Queer eye on a 'straight' life: deconstructing masculinities in construction. Construction Management and Economics. 2013; 31(0): 816-831. eScholarID:ma418

2012

  • Paul W Chan and Mick Marchington. Aligning human resource development with organisational strategy in construction. In: A. Dainty and M. Loosemore, ed. Human Resource Management in Construction. Abingdon, Routledge.2012: eScholarID:170228
  • Paul W Chan, Rafal Smoczynski and Ian Fitzgerald. Challenging Anti-migrant Moral Panic Discourses: The Role of Migrants and Trade Unions as Folk Devils Fighting Stigmatisation. 2012: -. eScholarID:170230
  • Paul W Chan. Constructing a sense of time in projects: implications of a Bergsonian view of time. Proceedings of the twenty-eighth annual ARCOM conference, Edinburgh. Association of Researchers in Construction Management. 3-5 September 2012. 2012: 497-507. eScholarID:170240
  • Paul W Chan and Vivian Liang. Ordering identities: exploring the emergence and consequences of researcher identity. 2012: -. eScholarID:170233
  • Paul W Chan, Eric Johansen and Rachel Moor. Partnering paradoxes: A case of constructing inter-organisational collaborations in infrastructure projects. Professional Perspectives. 2012; 28-33. eScholarID:133276
  • Paul W Chan and Vivian Liang. Whose line is it anyway? De-signing organisational change in the case of MyAirport moving to become more sustainable. 2012: -. eScholarID:170237
  • Paul W Chan and Vivian Liang. “I have never been entirely sure quite what sustainability is!” An ethnographic case study of MyAirport’s desire of becoming more ‘sustainable’. 2012: -. eScholarID:170236

2011

  • Paul Chan. CLR-GB Newsletter 1-2011. CLR-GB Newsletter 1-2011. 2011 August; eScholarID:ma786
  • Paul Chan. CLR-GB Newsletter 2-2011. CLR-GB Newsletter 2-2011. 2011 December; eScholarID:ma790
  • Farhad Eizakshiry, Paul W Chan and Margaret Emsley. Delays, what delays? A critical review of the literature on delays in construction. Proceedings of the twenty-seventh annual ARCOM conference, Bristol. Association of Researchers in Construction Management. 5-7 September 2011. 2011: 839-848. eScholarID:133286
  • Andrew Gale, Kassandra Papadopoulou, Paul Chan. Management of Projects Expert Group Newsletter. Management of Projects Expert Group Newsletter. 2011 November; eScholarID:ma925
  • Paul W Chan. Queer(y)ing construction: exploring sexuality and masculinity in construction. Proceedings of the twenty-seventh annual ARCOM conference, Bristol. Association of Researchers in Construction Management. 5-7 September 2011. 2011: 207-216. eScholarID:133283

2010

  • Paul Chan. CLR-GB Newsletter 1-2010. CLR-GB Newsletter 1-2010. 2010 August; eScholarID:ma785
  • Paul Chan. CLR-GB Newsletter 2-2010. CLR-GB Newsletter 2-2010. 2010 October; eScholarID:ma789

2009

  • Paul Chan. CLR-GB Newsletter 1-2009. CLR-GB Newsletter 1-2009. 2009 August; eScholarID:ma784
  • Paul Chan. CLR-GB Newsletter 2-2009. CLR-GB Newsletter 2-2009. 2009 October; eScholarID:ma788

2008

  • Paul Chan. CLR-GB Newsletter 1-2008. CLR-GB Newsletter 1-2008. 2008 February; eScholarID:ma783
  • Paul Chan. CLR-GB Newsletter 2-2008. CLR-GB Newsletter 2-2008. 2008 October; eScholarID:ma787
  • Paul Chan. CLR-GB Newsletter 3-2008. CLR-GB Newsletter 3-2008. 2008 December; eScholarID:ma791
  • Paul Chan. In: CLR News 3/2008 Cross border work/reviews special. 2008 October. eScholarID:ma904
  • A Dainty, L Clarke, Paul Chan. Staff shortages and immigration in construction. A paper prepared for the Migration Advisory Committee. Home Office: 2008 September. eScholarID:ma1024
  • Paul Chan. The key ingredients of a Ph.D.: passion, humility and development. The key ingredients of a Ph.D.: passion, humility and development. 2008; eScholarID:ma1049