DETERMINING FINANCIAL RISK OF GREEN BUILDING INDUSTRY IN MALAYSIA

TRACY TAN, SHI HUI (2018) DETERMINING FINANCIAL RISK OF GREEN BUILDING INDUSTRY IN MALAYSIA. Other thesis, UNIVERSITY TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA.

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Abstract

“Green building” concept had adopted in construction project is to achieve lower lifecycle costs, contribute to the protection of the environment, attenuate the impact of global warming and achieve increased building value or marketability. Financial risk is always faced by green building projects in Malaysia. The research objectives is to determine the main risk factor of financial risk in green building project and to determine the effective strategies to manage the financial risk in green building project. The scope of this study cover the non-residential new construction green building with GBI certification in Malaysia and respondents of this research are the members of organization who develop those green buildings. The data collection method of this research is interview through email and Google Docs. Data analysis methods of this research are deductive approach and thematic content analysis. For first objective, the three main factor of market risk are related with the high price of resources. Management is the key point that cause credit risk. Besides, experience and performance of labour is the main cause of operational risk. Last, performance and marketing management are the main cause of liquidity risk. For second objective, answers of respondents mention that the themes of risk acceptance include risk level smaller that limit, no solving method and spend extra money. The themes of risk avoidance include practice avoidance are prevent risk before it occur and solve risk after it happen to avoid impact of risk. The themes of risk transference include contractor, supplier, insurance company, faults of third parties and had insured for the project. The themes of risk reduction involve high probability, ineliminable and large impact risk.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Technology Management and Business > Department of Construction Management
Depositing User: Mrs. Haryati Shafii
Date Deposited: 06 Mar 2018 11:24
Last Modified: 06 Mar 2018 11:24
URI: http://ethesis.uthm.edu.my/id/eprint/734

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