Peadar Davis and Gary Holt join JFMPC editorial team
A little over sixteen years ago, Dr Jim Birnie's knowledge and enthusiasm for the property and construction cost profession, led to his becoming founding Editor of The Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction (JFMPC). The journal has subsequently gone from strength to strength, nourished persistently along the way under Jim's guidance and over recent years, in co-editorship with Professor Akintola Akintoye. Now in retirement, Jim has decided to relinquish his Editorial role. We members of the professions, researchers, readers, authors and all who have been privileged to benefit from Jim's vision for JFMPC wish him a long, happy and healthy retirement.
And so JFMPC enters a new phase. The journal's new Editorial Team is as follows:
Editor: Professor Akintola Akintoye, School of Built and Natural Environment, University of Central Lancashire, UK (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Associate Editor (Property): Dr Peadar Davis, School of the Built Environment, University of Ulster, UK (email@example.com)
Associate Editor (Construction): Professor Gary D. Holt, Birmingham City Business School, Birmingham City University, UK (Gary.Holt@bcu.ac.uk)
We look forward to continuing in the journal's tradition of providing an international forum for theoretical and practical new thinking in the field of financial management of property and construction; and to making JFMPC the journal of choice, for practitioners and researchers wishing to disseminate their work in this increasingly important subject area. Three issues of JFMPC will continue to be published in April, August and November annually. We have also expanded our Editorial Advisory Board (EAB) and extend a warm welcome to our new members. For full EAB details along with other comprehensive JFMPC information including journal scope, topicality, audience and guidance for authors, please do visit our website.
Finally, we would like to confirm that JFMPC no longer accepts papers via email submission. Papers should henceforth be submitted via our online portal accessible through the journal website. Authors may also use this facility to track the progress of their submissions; and journal referees will use the facility to access manuscripts and submit their valued reviews.
We hope to announce further JFMPC developments in the near future. In the meantime, should you have any questions about JFMPC or would like to offer any comments, we look forward to hearing from you!
On behalf of the JFMPC Editorial Team