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Ting Luo

Bio: Ting Luo is an academic researcher from Harbin Institute of Technology. The author has contributed to research in topics: Prefabrication & Industrialisation. The author has an hindex of 4, co-authored 12 publications receiving 56 citations.

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TL;DR: In this paper, a systematic review was conducted of policies related to prefabricated construction in China, which revealed a closely integrated policy network, the evolution of ambitious policy objectives, and the development of a combination of various policy instruments over different stages.

67 citations

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TL;DR: The knowledge structure with different prominences was developed, which grouped LCB research into five themes and various sub-topics, and showed that 100 research keywords, 3 research hotspots and 5 research domains are extremely important for the advancement of low carbon building.

43 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the applicability and importance of GRTs and GRPs, and the impacts of GRPs on the application of GRT in a particular region, such as Hong Kong, are examined.
Abstract: Given the ever-increasing number of aged residential buildings in Hong Kong, green retrofit provides a sustainable solution for improving existing aged residential buildings' performance instead of constructing new buildings. Studies on green retrofit technologies (GRTs) and green retrofit policies (GRPs) have received great attention globally. However, few studies have been done to understand the applicability and importance of GRTs and GRPs, and the impacts of GRPs on the application of GRTs in a particular region, such as Hong Kong. Therefore, based on a questionnaire survey conducted in Hong Kong, this study aims to further examine the GRTs and GRPs that have been identified in a previous study. The applicability of the GRTs and the importance of the GRPs for green retrofit of aged residential buildings in Hong Kong were studies, the correlations between the GRTs and GRPs were analyzed, and a priority guide was developed for promoting green retrofit of aged residential buildings in Hong Kong. The findings can help various stakeholders to have a better understanding of the GRTs and provide valuable references for the local government to develop future GRPs. Furthermore, this study also provides a fundamental guide for future green retrofit research and development in the local and global contexts.

21 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a systematic body of knowledge via a scientometric review is introduced to guide the sustainable transition from conventional construction to prefabricated construction, which can be used to guide researchers and practitioners to conduct related research and activities.
Abstract: This paper aimed to introduce a systematic body of knowledge via a scientometric review, guiding the sustainable transition from conventional construction to prefabricated construction. The construction industry currently faces a challenge to balance sustainable development and the construction of new buildings. In this context, one of the most recent debates is prefabricated construction. As an emerging construction approach, although existing knowledge makes contributions to the implementation of prefabricated construction, there is a lack of a comprehensive and in-depth overview of the critical knowledge themes and gaps.,This study uses the scientometric analysis to review the state-of-the-art knowledge of prefabricated construction. It retrieved data from the Web of Science core collection database. CiteSpace software was used to conduct the analysis and visualization; three analysis methods identify the knowledge hotspots, knowledge domains and knowledge topics. Finally, according to integrating the hidden connections among results, a body of knowledge for prefabricated construction application can be inferred.,The results show that 120 knowledge hotspots, five critical knowledge domains and five prominent knowledge topics are vital for promoting implementation of prefabricated construction. Based on the afore analysis, a body of knowledge for prefabricated construction that can systematically cover a broad knowledge of prefabricated construction-related research and activities are integrated and proposed in this paper.,Body of knowledge systematically covers a broad knowledge of prefabricated construction applications and is vital to guide researchers and practitioners to conduct related research and activities, thereby promoting the sustainable transition to prefabricated construction implementation.

20 citations

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TL;DR: Li et al. as mentioned in this paper explored the factors behind the corporate proactivity of carbon emissions abatement (CPCEA) using panel data from 736 listed companies in China and found that political ties, corporate scale, industry category, and regional disparity have significant impacts on the CPCEA.

9 citations


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01 Jan 2011
TL;DR: In this article, the authors examined the reasons that construction project participants are motivated to pursue voluntary incentive goals through four Australian case studies and demonstrated the critical role played by project relationships and equitable contract conditions in promoting the effectiveness of financial incentives.
Abstract: Construction industry observers tout the use of financial incentives as promoters of motivation and commitment on projects. Yet, little empirical evidence exists concerning their effectiveness. What are the drivers of motivation on construction projects? The reasons that construction project participants are motivated to pursue voluntary incentive goals are examined through four Australian case studies. The results demonstrate the critical role played by project relationships and equitable contract conditions in promoting the effectiveness of financial incentives. In the context of a construction project, this study finds financial incentives to be less important to motivation and performance than relationship enhancement initiatives. This finding is unexpected and has implications for the design of project procurement strategies. These results suggest if project clients ignore the importance of relationship quality between participants, the impact of any financial incentive will be compromised.

101 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a systematic review was conducted of policies related to prefabricated construction in China, which revealed a closely integrated policy network, the evolution of ambitious policy objectives, and the development of a combination of various policy instruments over different stages.

67 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , the authors investigate the impact of extreme national climate risk on corporate environmental performance in the context of China and find that climate risk will promote corporate carbon emissions, which is more pronounced when the climate risk score is in the high-risk range.

56 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, an evolutionary game model was established on the basis of 16 variables influencing the strategy selection of game players for determining the effective incentive policies, and the interaction effect of the two players' behaviours was discussed.

47 citations

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TL;DR: A modified Haddon matrix in the era of intelligent, connected and autonomous transportation systems is proposed to provide new insights into the emerging generation of road safety studies.

44 citations