His main research concerns Sustainable development, Construction industry, Environmental resource management, Questionnaire and Public relations. His study in Sustainable development is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental planning, Urban planning, Systems engineering, Government and Environmental economics. His studies in Urban planning integrate themes in fields like Politics and Process.
His research in Environmental economics intersects with topics in Operations management, Analytic network process, China, Market mechanism and Critical success factor. His work carried out in the field of Environmental resource management brings together such families of science as Quality and Contract management. His Public relations research integrates issues from Social relation, Project management and Dispute resolution.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in China, Environmental planning, Urban planning, Sustainable development and Environmental resource management. His China research includes themes of Economic growth, Urbanization, Environmental economics and Public relations. His Environmental planning study incorporates themes from Demolition, Sense of place, Built environment, Government and Social sustainability.
His study on Urban design and Urban density is often connected to Context as part of broader study in Urban planning. His Sustainable development study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Order, Adaptive reuse, Civil engineering and Public opinion. Edwin H.W. Chan has researched Environmental resource management in several fields, including Cultural heritage, Environmental quality and Process management.
Edwin H.W. Chan mainly focuses on Environmental planning, Urban planning, China, Social media and Urbanization. Edwin H.W. Chan has included themes like Pedestrian, Urban form and Sustainability appraisal in his Environmental planning study. His work deals with themes such as Land use and Walkability, which intersect with Urban planning.
His studies deal with areas such as Public engagement, Environmental economics and Commodity as well as China. His research integrates issues of Higher education, Analytic hierarchy process and Knowledge management in his study of Social media. The various areas that Edwin H.W. Chan examines in his Urbanization study include Right to the city, Local community, Adaptive reuse and Urban area.
His primary scientific interests are in Urban planning, Land use, Environmental planning, Context and Environmental economics. His Urban planning research includes elements of Social sustainability, Spatial justice, Public relations and Walkability. His Land use research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Built environment, Urbanization, Right to the city, Local community and Public open space.
The concepts of his Built environment study are interwoven with issues in Mode choice, Street network, Transport engineering and Service. Edwin H.W. Chan interconnects Public land, Incentive compatibility, Land tenure, Obstacle and Green development in the investigation of issues within Environmental planning. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Land development, Order, Built heritage and Transaction cost.
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Exploring Critical Success Factors for Partnering in Construction Projects
Albert P. C. Chan;Daniel W. M. Chan;Y. H. Chiang;B. S. Tang.
Critical factors for improving social sustainability of urban renewal projects
Edwin Chan;Grace K. L. Lee.
The market for green building in developed Asian cities—the perspectives of building designers
Edwin H.W. Chan;Queena K. Qian;Patrick T.I. Lam.
Implementation challenges to the adaptive reuse of heritage buildings: Towards the goals of sustainable, low carbon cities
Esther H.K. Yung;Edwin H.W. Chan.
Impact of perceived leadership styles on work outcomes: Case of building professionals
Antony T. S. Chan;Edwin H. W. Chan.
The Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) Approach for Assessment of Urban Renewal Proposals
Grace K. L. Lee;Edwin H. W. Chan.
Cultural Considerations in International Construction Contracts
Edwin H. W. Chan;Raymond Y. C. Tse.
Factors affecting the implementation of green specifications in construction.
Patrick T.I. Lam;Edwin H.W. Chan;C.S. Poon;C.K. Chau.
Prefabrication and barriers to entry—a case study of public housing and institutional buildings in Hong Kong
Yat-Hung Chiang;Edwin Hon-Wan Chan;Lawrence Ka-Leung Lok.
Problem issues of public participation in built-heritage conservation: Two controversial cases in Hong Kong
Esther H.K. Yung;Edwin H.W. Chan.
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