Construction Economics A New Approach 3rd Edition

Construction Economics A New Approach 3rd Edition

Content
  • An Introduction To The Basic Concepts
  • Part A Effective Use Of Resources
  • Economic Systems For Resource Allocation
  • The Market Mechanism
  • The Theory Of Demand
  • The Theory Of Supply
  • Clients And Contractors
  • Costs Of The Construction Firm
  • Types Of Market Structure In The
  • Construction Industry
  • Part B Protection And Enhancement Of The Environment
  • Markets For Green Buildings And Infrastructure
  • Market Failure And Government Intervention
  • Environmental Economics
  • Part C Economic Growth That Meets The Needs Of Everyone
  • Managing The Macroeconomy
  • The Economy And Construction:
  • Measurement And Manipulation
  • The Business Case: Inflation And Expectations
  • Sustainable Construction
  • Glossary
  • The Construction Industry – Broadly Defined
  • Parties Traditionally Supplying A Construction Project
The Construction Industry – Narrowly Defined
  • Value Of Construction Output In Great Britain
  • Sources Of International Data
  • A Brief Guide To Official Sources Of UK Statistics
  • Symbols Used To Annotate Official Statistics
  • Transaction Costs Which Affect Construction
  • Factors Affecting Demand For Owner Occupied Housing
  • Factors Affecting Demand For Privately Rented Housing
  • Factors Affecting Demand For Social Housing
  • Factors Affecting Demand For Industrial And
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Factors Affecting Demand For Infrastructure And
  • Public Sector Construction
  • Factors Affecting Demand For Repair And Maintenance
  • Construction Economics A New Approach
  • Factors Affecting The Demand For Any Product
  • The Individual And Market Supply Schedules For A
  • Hypothetical Three Firm Industry
  • Construction Industry Supply In Great Britain,
  • Changing Market Conditions
  • Contractors Involved In Construction
  • The Benefits Of Partnering
  • Diminishing Returns: A Hypothetical Case In Construction
  • Typical Construction Costs
  • Marginal And Average Costs
  • Concentration Ratios By Industry