This paper aims to analyse the characteristics of papers published in the Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction (JFMPC) for the period 2010-2015 (Volumes 15.1-20.1 inclusive), to consider characteristics and recent trends among said publications and to discuss possible future directions in the subject field.
Descriptive statistics and qualitative content analysis via word count frequencies.
Eighty papers were published by a combined group of 216 authors. Lead authors were from a total of 50 academic and five private organisations. Sixty-seven papers were multi-authored, 10 of which were multi-national. Eighty-six papers were classified as research papers, 5 per cent were conceptual, 4 per cent general review, 2.5 per cent technical, 1.3 per cent case study and 1.3 per cent viewpoint. There were 46,251 downloads of these papers, which when time-adjusted, represented an average of 64 downloads per paper, per issue of availability on the Web. Most popular keywords were “construction”, “industry”, “project” and “private”. Among all keywords, the most popular themes were countries, organisations, miscellaneous and business.
Analysis highlights previous trends and possible future research themes.
The findings are unique to JFMPC and therefore novel/new.
Holt, G.D., Akintoye, A. and Davis, P.T. (2015), "Editorial: Analysis of papers published in the Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction 2010-2015", Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction, Vol. 20 No. 2, pp. 106-115. https://doi.org/10.1108/JFMPC-05-2015-0014
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