2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Australia Leader Award
Jian Zuo spends much of his time researching Renewable energy, Sustainability, Sustainable development, Environmental economics and Environmental resource management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wind power, Natural resource economics and Economy in addition to Renewable energy. Jian Zuo mostly deals with Social sustainability in his studies of Sustainability.
Jian Zuo combines subjects such as Stakeholder theory, Stakeholder, Public relations and Management science with his study of Sustainable development. His Environmental economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Energy engineering, Greenhouse gas, Operations management and Critical success factor. The concepts of his Environmental resource management study are interwoven with issues in Scale, Resilience, Climate change mitigation, Impact assessment and Extreme project management.
His primary areas of investigation include Sustainability, Environmental economics, Sustainable development, Environmental resource management and Knowledge management. The various areas that he examines in his Sustainability study include Economic growth and Architectural engineering. His research integrates issues of Life-cycle assessment and Renewable energy in his study of Environmental economics.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental economics, Sustainable development, Life-cycle assessment, Demolition waste and Sustainability. Jian Zuo studied Environmental economics and Incentive that intersect with Promotion. His Sustainable development research incorporates elements of Supply and demand, Economic growth, Developing country and Industrialisation.
His Life-cycle assessment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Waste management and Environmental impact assessment. His research in Demolition waste intersects with topics in Unit and Willingness to pay. His work on Emergy as part of general Sustainability study is frequently linked to Variety, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His main research concerns Demolition waste, Environmental economics, Sustainability, Demolition and Life-cycle assessment. His Demolition waste study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic impact analysis, Life cycle thinking, Status quo, Scale and Unit. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Economic progress, Diesel fuel, Willingness to pay, Green innovation and Position.
Jian Zuo combines subjects such as Risk analysis and Systems thinking with his study of Sustainability. His Demolition study incorporates themes from Waste recycling, Recycled products, Pollutant and Environmental planning. His Life-cycle assessment research focuses on subjects like Environmental impact assessment, which are linked to Cement, Natural gas, Global warming and Municipal solid waste.
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Green building research–current status and future agenda: A review
Jian Zuo;Zhen-Yu Zhao.
A corporate social responsibility indicator system for construction enterprises
Zhen-Yu Zhao;Xiao-Jing Zhao;Kathryn Davidson;Jian Zuo.
Identifying the critical factors for green construction - An empirical study in China
Qian Shi;Jian Zuo;Rui Huang;Jing Huang.
Characterizing the generation and flows of construction and demolition waste in China
Lina Zheng;Huanyu Wu;Hui Zhang;Huabo Duan.
Metastable Hexagonal In2O3 Nanofibers Templated from InOOH Nanofibers under Ambient Pressure
D. Yu;S.-H. Yu;S. Zhang;J. Zuo.
Study of the Raman spectrum of nanometer SnO2
Jian Zuo;Cunyi Xu;Xianming Liu;Changsui Wang.
Investigating the relationship between communication-conflict interaction and project success among construction project teams
Guangdong Wu;Cong Liu;Xianbo Zhao;Jian Zuo.
Why sustainable construction? Why not? An owner's perspective
Xiaolong Gan;Jian Zuo;Kunhui Ye;Martin Skitmore.
Effect of microstructure on ultra-high cycle fatigue behavior of Ti-6Al-4V
J.H. Zuo;Z.G. Wang;E.H. Han.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2008)
Green building evaluation from a life-cycle perspective in Australia: A critical review
Jian Zuo;Jian Zuo;Stephen Pullen;Raufdeen Rameezdeen;Helen Bennetts.
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