Martin Loosemore mainly focuses on Public relations, Construction industry, Construction management, Operations management and Crisis management. He has researched Public relations in several fields, including Ethnic group, Cultural group selection and Cultural diversity. His study looks at the intersection of Construction management and topics like Project management with Risk analysis and Enterprise risk management.
His Crisis management study which covers Management science that intersects with Risk management, Function, Benchmarking and Variety. His research integrates issues of Internal governance, Corporate social responsibility and Compliance in his study of Marketing. His research investigates the connection between Environmental resource management and topics such as Finance that intersect with issues in Procurement.
Martin Loosemore mainly investigates Public relations, Construction industry, Construction management, Knowledge management and Marketing. His studies deal with areas such as Procurement, Crisis management, Cultural diversity and Ethnography as well as Public relations. He usually deals with Crisis management and limits it to topics linked to Risk management and Environmental planning.
Construction industry is integrated with Engineering management and Perspective in his research. The study of Construction management is intertwined with the study of Project management in a number of ways. His Process research extends to Knowledge management, which is thematically connected.
Construction industry, Procurement, Public relations, Corporate social responsibility and Environmental planning are his primary areas of study. His Construction industry investigation overlaps with Human resource management, Marketing, Depression and Workplace culture. Martin Loosemore interconnects Economic growth, Disadvantaged, Unemployment, Diversity and Intermediary in the investigation of issues within Procurement.
Martin Loosemore focuses mostly in the field of Disadvantaged, narrowing it down to topics relating to Intermediation and, in certain cases, Construction management. His work on Sensemaking as part of general Public relations study is frequently connected to Construction site safety, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Environmental planning research incorporates themes from Stakeholder management and Extreme weather.
His main research concerns Procurement, Unemployment, Corporate social responsibility, Public relations and Masculinity. The concepts of his Procurement study are interwoven with issues in Supply chain, Industrial organization and Diversity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Labour economics, Public economics, Training and development and Cross sector in addition to Unemployment.
Martin Loosemore combines subjects such as Marketing, Social enterprise and Hegemony with his study of Corporate social responsibility. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Attitude and Public relations. The various areas that Martin Loosemore examines in his Masculinity study include Promotion, Multinational corporation, Parental leave and Ethnography.
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Risk allocation in the private provision of public infrastructure
A. Ng;Martin Loosemore.
Human Resource Management in Construction Projects: Strategic and Operational Approaches
Martin Loosemore;Andrew Dainty;Helen Lingard.
A theory of waste behaviour in the construction industry
Melissa Teo;Martin Loosemore.
Risk Management in Projects
Communication problems with ethnic minorities in the construction industry
Martin L. Loosemore;Patrick Lee.
The effect of inter-organizational justice perceptions on organizational citizenship behaviors in construction projects
Benson T.H. Lim;Martin Loosemore.
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONG PROFESSIONALS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Martin Loosemore;Tom Waters.
Barriers to implementing OHS reforms – The experiences of small subcontractors in the Australian Construction Industry
M. Loosemore;N. Andonakis.
Construction project management in the Persian Gulf: inter-cultural communication
M. Loosemore;H.S.Al. Muslmani.
Safety implications of low-English proficiency among migrant construction site operatives
Stephan Trajkovski;Martin Loosemore.
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