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Jul-2011 Perceived benefits of applying Pay for Safety Scheme (PFSS) in construction : a factor analysis approachChoi, Tracy N. Y.; Chan, Daniel W. M.; Chan, Albert P. C.
6-Sep-2013 The perception of residual value risk in Public Private Partnership projects : a critical reviewYuan, Jingfeng; Chan, Albert P. C.; Xiong, Wei; Skibniewski, Mirosław J.; Li, Qiming
Sep-2012 Potential difficulties in applying the Pay for Safety Scheme (PFSS) in construction projectsChoi, Tracy N. Y.; Chan, Daniel W. M.; Chan, Albert P. C.
Oct-2011 Preferred risk allocation in target cost contracts in constructionChan, Joseph H. L.; Chan, Daniel W. M.; Lam, Tsun-ip Patrick; Chan, Albert P. C.
30-Oct-2013 Quasi-experimentation — an alternative approach for conducting construction management researchYi, Wen; Chan, Albert P. C.
Dec-2011 Risk factors of public-private partnership projects in China: comparison between the water, power, and transportation sectorsCheung, Esther; Chan, Albert P. C.
Feb-2012 Risk mitigation strategies for guaranteed maximum price and target cost contracts in construction: a factor analysis approachChan, Joseph H. L.; Chan, Daniel W. M.; Chan, Albert P. C.; Lam, Tsun-ip Patrick
Aug-2011 Risk ranking and analysis in target cost contracts: empirical evidence from the construction industryChan, Daniel W. M.; Chan, Albert P. C.; Lam, Tsun-ip Patrick; Yeung, Fai-yip; Chan, Joseph H. L.
6-Jun-2013 Safety management in repair, maintenance, minor alteration and addition works : A knowledge management perspectiveHon, Ka Hung; Chan, Albert P. C.
Oct-2011 Strategies for improving safety performance of repair, maintenance, minor alteration and addition (RMAA) worksHon, Ka Hung; Chan, Albert P. C.; Chan, Daniel W. M.
20-Oct-2012 Using the Thermal Work Limit (TWL) as an environmental determinant of heat stress for construction workersChan, Albert P. C.; Yi, Wen; Chan, Daniel W. M.; Wong, Del P.
9-Jan-2014 Which environmental indicator is better able to predict the effects of heat stress on construction workers?Yi, Wen; Chan, Albert P. C.
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