Architectural Management: International Research and Practice
Stephen Emmitt, Matthijs Prins, Ad den Otter
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 13, 2009 - Architecture - 344 pages
Architectural Management represents the state of the art of research and practice in the field and includes contributions from leading international figures. The book looks back at over a decade of research into architectural management, considers the present challenges and opportunities, and looks to the future. You'll find a review of earlier work and developments as well as a focus on new research areas. The book is divided into six sections representing topical themes, each section contains two research-based chapters and one practical case study. Case studies are from six European countries - Belgium, Denmark, Finland, The Netherlands, Norway, and the UK.
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