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Social network analysis of stakeholder relationships during the construction industrialization in China

conference contribution
posted on 2015-05-19, 00:00 authored by Y Ji, X Li, Hong Xian LiHong Xian Li, M Al-Hussein, L Zhang
Modular and off-site construction has garnered world-wide attention, as evidenced by the gathering momentum of construction industrialization in China. This entails a transition for stakeholders within the construction industry, as construction industrialization will alter relationships among stakeholders on a number of levels. In this research, the stakeholders involved in construction industrialization in China are identified, and the stakeholder relationships are quantified through survey. Based on the collected data, the stakeholder relationships are mapped and analyzed using social network analysis. This research aims to investigate the underlying mechanism of stakeholder relationships and to provide recommendations for promoting the performance and capacity of construction industrialization in China.

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Event

Modular and Offsite Construction & Industrialization of Construction. Combined Summit and Conference (2015 : Edmonton, Alberta)

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1 - 8

Publisher

University of Alberta

Location

Edmonton, Alberta

Place of publication

Edmonton, Alb.

Start date

2015-05-19

End date

2015-05-21

Language

eng

Publication classification

E Conference publication; E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

Title of proceedings

MOC/ICIC 2015 : Modular and Offsite Construction (MOC) Summit and 1st International Conference on the Industrialization of Construction (ICIC)

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