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Walker, D. H.T., Hampson, Keith D., & Peters, Renaye (2000) Relationship Based Procurement Strategies for the 21st Century. AusInfo, Canberra.
Hauck, Allan J., Walker, Derek H.T., Hampson, Keith D., & Peters, Renaye (2004) Project alliancing at National Museum of Australia : the collaborative process. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 130(1), pp. 143-152.
Walker, D. H.T., Hampson, Keith D., & Peters, Renaye (2002) Project alliancing Vs project partnering : a case study of the Australian National Museum project. Supply Chain Management, 7(2), pp. 83-91.
Walker, Derek H.T., Peters, Renaye, Hampson, Keith D., & Thompson, M. J. (2001) Achieving a responsive industrial relations environment for construction industry workers – a project alliancing case study. Construction Innovation (Formerly The International Journal of Construction Information Technology), 1, pp. 211-225.
Hampson, Keith D., Peters, Renaye, & Walker, Derek H.T. (2000) Construction project delivery and industry skills : crafting a better fit. Journal Teknologi, 32, pp. 1-10.
Hampson, Keith, Peters, Renaye, & Walker, Derek (2001) Negotiation and Conflict in Innovative Procurement Environments: The National Museum of Australia. In Proceedings of the CIB World Building Congress 2001, 2-6 April 2001.
Hampson, Keith, Peters, Renaye, & Whitman, Paula (2001) Skill development for innovative procurement environments in construction. In University of Salford, U (Ed.) Procedings : 17th Annual ARCOM Conference, Association of Researchers in Construction Managet, pp. 27-36.
Keniger, Michael, Hampson, Keith D., & Peters, Renaye (2000) Case study of the National Museum (Action Peninsula) project. In Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference Innovation in Construction, Construction Industry Institute Australia, Brisbane, Qld.
Tucker, S.N., Drogemuller, R.M., Ambrose, M.D., Hampson, Keith D., & Peters, R.J. (1999) Integrating ecologically sustainable development and information technology for more efficient building design. (Unpublished)