In addition to the publications below Eddie reviews books on behalf of Chartered Association of Building Engineers and is a peer reviewer of papers submitted for the Journal of Environmental Accounting and Management and the Journal of Energy Policy.
Gilmour, D., Simpson, E., Blackwood, D., McCartney, C. and Reynolds, M. (2017) Evaluating Site Induction Practice Efficiency and Effectiveness - An Organsiational Case Study. In: P W Chan and C J Neilson (Eds.) Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ARCOM Conference Working Papers, 4-6 September 2017, Cambridge, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management 257-266.
Gilmour, D., Simpson, E., Blackwood, D., McCallum, C. and Logan, G. (2016) Vocational Training and Knowledge Development: A Deeper Understanding. In: P W Chan and C J Neilson (Eds.) Proceedings of the 32nd Annual ARCOM Conference, 5-7 September 2016, Manchester, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol 1, 403-412.
O’Keefe, J., Gilmour, D. and Simpson, E. (2016) A network approach to overcoming barriers to market engagement for SMES in energy efficiency initiatives such as the Green Deal. Energy Policy, Volume 97, October 2016, Pages 582–590 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2016.08.006
Simpson, E, Gilmour, D, Blackwood, D, Falconer R and Isaacs, J (2015) Major project team learning: Examining building information modelling In: Raidén, A B and Aboagye-Nimo, E (Eds) Procs 31st Annual ARCOM Conference, 7-9 September 2015, Lincoln, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 681-690.
Gilmour, D, Blackwood, D, Falconer, R, Isaacs, J and Simpson, E (2015) The role of sustainability assessment in sustainability management for urban redevelopment In: Raidén, A B and Aboagye-Nimo, E (Eds) Procs 31st Annual ARCOM Conference, 7-9 September 2015, Lincoln, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 377-386.
Simpson, E., Gilmour, D. and Leslie, D. (2015) Collaborations – smoothing the transition experience. HEA International Conference, Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education, June 9th – 11th, Glasgow pp11-23
Simpson, E. and Ogwuda, O. (2010) Teaching: looking for something different, try designing simulations/games. ResearchGate DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.4518.0649
Simpson, E. and Ogwuda, O. (2010) The Use of Games to Increase Effective Student Motivation and Resolve 'Dissatisfiers'. ResearchGate DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.4780.2088
Simpson, E. (2009) Risk and Financial Management in Construction Building Engineer p37
Smith, K., Simpson, E. et al. (2009) Recalibrating your career. Construction Manager March pp40-41
Simpson, E. (2009) Can you see the rainbow? Construction Manager January p20
Simpson, E. (2007) Sustainable Practice for the Facilities Manager Building Engineer July p40
Simpson, E. (2007) Understanding the Construction Client Building Engineer May p40
Simpson, E., Hart, J., Phillips, A. and Angus, D. (2006) Higher Education: Environmental Analysis & Industry Scenarios. ResearchGate DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.2814.1281
Simpson, E. (2006) Managing the Building Design Process Building Engineer October p41
Simpson, E. and Oduyemi, K. (2006) E-learning: The whole experience. ResearchGate DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.3993.7763
Simpson, E. (2006) Managing Risks in Construction Projects Building Engineer April p41
Simpson, E. and Ogwuda, O. (2006) Water for Walami: A Strategy Game. International Simulation and Gaming Yearbook. Simulations and Games for Risk, Crisis and Security Management, edited by Edward Borodzicz. Vol 14 pp91-101
Simpson, E. and Wightman, G. (2005) Knowledge Networks and Communities of Practice in Higher Education: Reflecting on a Means of Improving HE Management and Teaching Practice. ResearchGate DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.5042.3526
Simpson, E. and Wightman, G. (2005) University Retention Strategies – Would a Resource Based Approach be More Effective? ResearchGate DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.1372.3362
Higher Education Academy (2005) Creativity in Earth and Environmental Science Teaching and Learning: Subject Perspectives on Creativity in Higher Education (collaborative project).
Prescott, A. and Simpson, E. (2004) Effective Student Motivation Commences with Resolving ‘Dissatisfiers’. Journal of Further and Higher Education Vol 28, No 3, August 2004 pp247-257.
Simpson, E. (2004) Work to Win: Formative Feedback on Demand. In Juwah, C. et al. (editors) Enhancing student learning through effective formative feedback (SENLEF) LTSN/HEA pp33-35.
Ogwuda, O and Simpson, E. (2004) Undergraduate Construction Skills Application: high quality construction simulation. Accelerating Change in Built Environment Education (ACBEE)
Simpson, E. and Ogwuda, O. (2004) Peer Support Equals Successful Study. CEBE
Simpson, E. and Prescott, A. (2003) Effective Student Motivation Commences with Resolving ‘Dissatisfiers’, 1st Scottish Higher Education Retention Forum (SHERF), Paisley University.
Simpson, E. and Prescott, A. (2003) Strategies for social inclusion. ILTHE Newsletter No 10 Spring p14
Simpson, E. (2003) Effective Student Motivation Commences with Resolving ‘Dissatisfiers’, LTSN (Engineering), Strathclyde University, Glasgow.
Simpson, E. (2001) Construction Contract Claims – book review for CEBE
Simpson, E. (2001) Student progression – factors affecting engineering students, LTSN (GEES)
Simpson, E. (2001) Addressing Attendance and Simpson, E. (2001) Combining work and study – a solution? In Cutler, G. and Pulko, S. (editors) Student Progression and Retention in Engineering; University of Hull, Hull pp52-58 and pp166-172.
Simpson, E. (2000) Structured Personal Development. ILT News No 3 Autumn pp14-15.
Simpson, E. (1998) Risk management. ASI Journal Vol 10 No 2 pp33-34
Simpson, E. (1997) Risk management: video and technical paper produced in conjunction with the Television Education Network (TEN) for construction professionals. Option 1 Pro pp1-16.
Simpson, E. and Simpson, L. (1997) Risk management for a risky business. Chartered Surveyor Monthly Vol 6 No 8 pp38-40.
Simpson, E. (1996) JCT and NEC: a critical analysis. RICS
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