Book 2014

Construction Dispute Research

Conceptualisation, Avoidance and Resolution

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ISBN: 978-3-319-04428-6 (Print) 978-3-319-04429-3 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xv

  2. Conceptualisation: A Building is only as Strong as its Foundation

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-17

      The Roles of Dispute Resolution in Construction Contracts

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      Chapter

      Pages 19-37

      Conceptualising Construction Disputes

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      Pages 39-52

      The Occurrence Likelihood of Construction Disputes

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      Pages 53-73

      Catastrophic Transitions of Construction Contracting Behaviour

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      Pages 75-95

      Exploring the Potential for Predicting Project Dispute Resolution Satisfaction Using Logistic Regression

  3. Avoidance: Prevention is Better than Cure

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 97-97

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      Chapter

      Pages 99-109

      Dispute Avoidance Through Equitable Risk Allocation

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      Pages 111-121

      Trusting Behaviours in Construction Contracting

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      Pages 123-146

      Trust Building in Construction Contracting

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      Pages 147-168

      Developing a Trust Inventory for Construction Contracting

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      Pages 169-187

      Interweaving Trust and Communication for Project Performance

  4. Negotiation: The Gateway to Dispute Resolution

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 189-189

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      Chapter

      Pages 191-211

      The Behavioural Dimensions of Construction Dispute Negotiation

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      Chapter

      Pages 213-229

      Online Construction Dispute Negotiation

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      Pages 231-256

      Withdrawal as a Form of Construction Dispute Negotiation Failure

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      Chapter

      Pages 257-276

      Mediating and Moderating Effect of Tension on Withdrawal: Commitment Relationship in Construction Dispute Negotiation

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      Pages 277-295

      Application of Bandura’s Self-Efficacy Theory to Examining the Choice of Tactics in Construction Dispute Negotiation

  5. Mediation: A Form of Assisted Negotiation—Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement (BATNA)

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 297-297

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      Chapter

      Pages 299-317

      The Effective Use of ADR Processes in Construction

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      Chapter

      Pages 319-336

      Contractual Use of Alternative Dispute Resolution

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      Chapter

      Pages 337-366

      The Interrelationships Among Sources, Tactics and Outcomes in Construction Dispute Mediation

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      Chapter

      Pages 367-381

      The Efficacy of Trust-Building Tactics in Construction Dispute Mediation

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      Chapter

      Pages 383-410

      Logrolling “Win–Win” Settlement in Construction Dispute Mediation