EPOJ Volume 2

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Issue 1-2

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Editorial

Raymond E. Levitt

The institutional environment of global project organizations

W. RICHARD SCOTT

Global offshoring of engineering project teams: trust asymmetries across cultural borders

SIRKKA L. JARVENPAA and ELIZABETH KEATING

Lean management methods for complex projects

GLENN BALLARD and IRIS TOMMELEIN

The role of social heuristics in project-centred production networks: insights from the commercial construction industry

THOMAS D. BEAMISH and NICOLE WOOLSEY BIGGART

A contingency approach to designing project organizations: theory and tools

TIMOTHY N. CARROLL and RICHARD M. BURTON

Issue 1-2 Continued

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Networks in engineering: an emerging approach to project organization studies

PAUL CHINOWSKY∗ and JOHN E. TAYLOR

Toward a unified theory of project governance: economic, sociological and psychological supports for relational contracting

WITOLD J. HENISZ, RAYMOND E. LEVITT∗ AND W. RICHARD SCOTT

Real options in infrastructure projects: theory, practice and prospects

MICHAEL J. GARVIN and DAVID N. FORD

Issue 3

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Editorial

Geert Dewulf, Anna Kadefors, and Leentje Volker

The quest for a new museum—a cartography of the shifting organizations of collaboration in the case of the New Acropolis Museum

SOFIA PAISIOU and JORIS ERNEST VAN WEZEMAEL

Making sense of partnering: discourses, governance and institutional change

STEFAN CHRISTOFFER GOTTLIEB and JENS STISSING JENSEN

Collaboration in public sector projects: unearthing the contextual challenges posed in project environments

THAYAPARAN GAJENDRAN and GRAHAM BREWER

A contested organizational field perspective of the diffusion of public–private partnership regimes: evidence from India

ASHWIN MAHALINGAM and VENKATA SANTOSH KUMAR DELHI

Formal and informal contracting processes in the competitive dialogue procedure: a multiple-case study

MIEKE HOEZEN, HANS VOORDIJK and GEERT DEWULF

Issue 4

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Editorial

Paul S. Chinowsky

Collaboration in public construction—contractual incentives, partnering schemes and trust

GEERT DEWULF and ANNA KADEFORS

Lessons learned practices in the UK construction sector: current practice and proposed improvements

PRIMALI PARANAGAMAGE, PATRICIA CARRILLO, KIRTI RUIKAR AND PAUL FULLER

Encouraging knowledge-sharing in engineering firms—part I: incentives, disincentives, and the impacts of firm context

RAYMOND E. LEVITT, CHUAN-MIN A. WANG, S. PING HO and AMY JAVERNICK-WILL

A bridge too far: examining the impact of facilitators on information transfer in global virtual project networks

JOSH IORIO, JOHN E. TAYLOR and CARRIE STURTS DOSSICK

Understanding power within project work: the neglected role of material and embodied registers

DANIEL JOHN SAGE and ANDREW DAINTY