By Timothy Dixon, Bob Thompson, Patrick McAllister, Andrew Marston, Jon Snow
Inner most zone advertisement estate represents a few #400 bn, or 34% of overall united kingdom enterprise resources and is a crucial cloth for housing business. but social and fiscal forces for swap, associated with new know-how, are making vendors and occupiers query the very nature and goal of estate and genuine property.
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Extra resources for Real Estate and the New Economy: The Impact of Information and Communications Technology (Real Estate Issues)
Chapter 7 Examines the transformation of sales, processing, manufacturing, distribution and leisure/living space brought about by ICT, in alliance with other factors. Chapter 8 Examines the transformation of real estate services and the changing role of real estate service providers, as a result of ICT and other drivers. 38 Introduction The third and ﬁnal theme is that policymakers, planners and real estate specialists and other stakeholders must build technology impact into future decision making.
Introduction 29 An alternative perspective is provided by Guy and Shove (2000). Although not covering ICT as such, their work is also important for highlighting the importance of a sociological perspective in relation to energy technology in real estate vis a` vis a wider deﬁnition of ‘technology’. They challenge what they refer to as the ‘techno-economic’ model of change, which posits that technology diffusion occurs smoothly and in a linear fashion, if technical knowledge is rigorously tested and proven, and if market forces are undisturbed.
For example, a number of authors (such as Buchanan & Huczynski 1985; Pettigrew 1973; Buchanan & Boddy 1983) suggest that the relationship between technology and Introduction 19 organisation is largely determined by managerial intentions and values, and organisational politics. Technology therefore embodies the intentions and interests of particular groups. 2 proposes that technologies are generated and diffused by transfers of knowledge and artefacts between three different processes, comprising invention, where new ideas and forms of technological knowledge are generated; exchange process, where product-market and labour-market factors inﬂuence the design of the technology, and ﬁnally, a use or production process, where technologies are applied to particular tasks.
Real Estate and the New Economy: The Impact of Information and Communications Technology (Real Estate Issues) by Timothy Dixon, Bob Thompson, Patrick McAllister, Andrew Marston, Jon Snow