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Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications

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69. Pisello, A.L., Castaldo, V., Taylor, J. and Cotana, F. (2016). “The Impact of Natural Ventilation on Building Energy Requirement at Inter-building Scale,” Energy and Buildings, 127: 870-883.

68. Khosrowpour, A., Gulbinas, R. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Occupant Workstation Level Energy-use Prediction in Commercial Buildings: Developing and Assessing a New Method to Enable Targeted Energy Efficiency Programs,” Energy and Buildings, 127: 1133-1145.

67. Han, Y. and Taylor, J. (in press). “Simulating the Inter-Building Effect on Energy Consumption from Embedding Phase Change Materials in Building Envelopes,” Sustainable Cities and Society, doi:10.1016/j.scs.2016.03.001.

66. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Patterns and Limitations of Urban Human Mobility Resilience under the Influence of Multiple Types of Natural Disaster,” PLoS ONE 11(1): e0147299. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0147299.

65. Han, Y., Taylor, J., and Pisello, A. (in press). “Exploring Mutual Shading and Mutual Reflection Inter-building Effects on Building Energy Performance,” Applied Energy, doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2015.10.170.

64. Zelkowicz, A., Iorio, J., and Taylor, J. (2015). “Exploring the Role of Cultural Boundary Spanners at Complex Boundaries in Global Virtual AEC Networks,” ITcon, 20: 385-398.

63. Wanberg, J., Javernick-Will, A., Taylor, J. and Chinowsky, P. (2015). “The Effects of Organizational Divisions on Knowledge-sharing Networks in Multi-lateral Communities of Practice,” Engineering Project Organization Journal, 10.1080/21573727.2015.1059823.

62. Han, Y., Taylor, J. and Pisello, A. (2015). “Toward Mitigating Urban Heat Island Effects: Investigating the Thermal-Energy Impact of Bio-Inspired Retro-reflective Building Envelopes in Dense Urban Settings,” Energy and Buildings, 102: 380-389.

61. Gulbinas, R., Khosrowpour, A. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Segmentation and Classification of Commercial Building Occupants by Energy-Use Efficiency and Predictability,” IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 6(3): 1414-1424.

60. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Process Map for Urban Human Mobility and Civil Infrastructure Data Collection Using Geo-Social Networking Platforms,” ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)CP.1943-5487.0000469, 04015004.

59. Wanberg, J., Javernick-Will, A., Chinowsky, P. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Spanning Cultural and Geographic Barriers with Knowledge Pipelines in Multinational Communities of Practice,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 141(4): 04014091.

58. Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Precursors to Engaged Leaders in Virtual Project Teams,” International Journal of Project Management, 33(2): 395-405.

57. Comu, S., Taylor, J. and Messner, J. (2015). “Two-Dimensional Globalizing Index for Engineering and Construction Companies,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 31(2): 04014031.

56. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Quantifying Human Mobility Perturbation and Resilience in Hurricane Sandy,” PLOS One, 9(11): e112608. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0112608.

55. Gulbinas, R. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Effects of Real-time Eco-feedback and Organizational Network Dynamics on Energy Efficient Behavior in Commercial Buildings,” Energy and Buildings, 84: 493-500.

54. Gulbinas, R., Jain, R. and Taylor, J. (2014). “BizWatts: A Modular Socio-technical Energy Management System for Empowering Commercial Building Occupants to Conserve Energy,” Applied Energy, 136: 1076-1084.

53. Jeong, S., Gulbinas, R., Jain, R. and Taylor, J. (2014). “The Impact of Combined Water and Energy Consumption Eco-Feedback on Conservation,” Energy and Buildings, 80: 114-119.

52. Zilke, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Evaluating the Suitability of Using International Market Analyses to Characterize the Global Construction Industry,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.0000312, 04014078.

51. Tang, A. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Renewable Energy Investment in Emerging Markets: Evaluating Improvements to the Clean Development Mechanism,” Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, 2(2): 152-173.

50. Zilke, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Shifting Sands and Shifting Grounds: Analysis and Implications of Shifting Dynamics in the Global Construction Industry,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.0000311, 04014076.

49. Dossick, C., Anderson, A., Azari, R., Iorio, J., Neff, G. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Messy Talk in Virtual Teams: Achieving Knowledge Synthesis through Shared Visualizations,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.0000301, A4014003.

48. Pisello, A., Castaldo, V., Taylor, J. and Cotana, F. (2014). “Expanding Inter-Building Effect Modeling to Examine Primary Energy for Lighting,” Energy and Buildings, 76: 513-523.

47. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Energy Saving Practice Diffusion in Online Networks,” Energy and Buildings, 76: 622-630.

46. Xu, X., Culligan, P. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Energy Saving Alignment Strategy: Achieving Energy Efficiency in Urban Buildings by Matching Occupant Temperature Preferences with a Building’s Indoor Thermal Environment,” Applied Energy, 123: 209-219.

45. Jain, R., Smith, K., Culligan, P. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Forecasting Energy Consumption of Multi-Family Residential Buildings Using Support Vector Regression: Investigating the Impact of Temporal and Spatial Monitoring Granularity on Performance Accuracy,”Applied Energy, 123: 168-178.

44. Chen, J., and Taylor, J. (2014). “Modeling Retention Loss in Project Networks: Untangling the Combined Effect of Skill Decay and Turnover on Learning,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 30(5), 04014017. (Winner of Best Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper Honorable Mention Award for 2015)

43. Xu, X., Taylor, J. and Pisello, A. (2014). “Network Synergy Effect: Establishing a Synergy between Building Network and Peer Network Energy Conservation Effects,” Energy and Buildings, 68A: 312-320.

42. Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Boundary Object Efficacy: The Mediating Role of Boundary Objects on Task Conflict in Global Virtual Project Networks,” International Journal of Project Management, 32(1): 7-17.

41. Gulbinas, R., Jain, R., Taylor, J., Peschiera, G., and Golparvar-Fard, M. (2014). “Network Eco-Informatics: Development of a Social Eco-Feedback System to Drive Energy Efficiency in Residential Buildings,” ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 28(1): 89-98.

40. Tang, A., Taylor, J. and Mahalingam, A. (2013). “Strategic Structure Matrix: A Framework for Explaining the Impact of Superstructure Organizations on the Diffusion of Wind Energy Infrastructure,” Energy Policy, 63: 69-80.

39. Jain, R., Gulbinas, R., Taylor, J. and Culligan, P. (2013). “Can Social Influence Drive Energy Savings? Detecting the Impact of Social Influence on the Energy Consumption Behavior of Networked Users Exposed to Normative Eco-feedback,” Energy and Buildings, 66: 119-127.

38. Jain, R., Taylor, J. and Culligan, P. (2013). “Investigating the Impact Eco-Feedback Information Representation has on Building Occupant Energy Consumption Behavior and Savings,” Energy and Buildings, 64: 408-414.

37. Alin, P., Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2013). “Digital Boundary Objects as Negotiation Facilitators: Spanning Boundaries in Virtual Engineering Project Networks,” Project Management Journal, 44(3): 48-63.

36. Chen, J., Jain, R. and Taylor, J., (2013). “Block Configuration Modeling: A Novel Simulation Model to Emulate Building Occupant Peer Networks and their Impact on Building Energy Consumption,” Applied Energy, 105: 358-368.

35. Alin, P., Maunula, A., Taylor, J. and Smeds, R. (2013). “Aligning Misaligned Systemic Innovations: Probing Inter-firm Effects Development in Project Networks,” Project Management Journal, 44(1): 77-93.

34. Villarroel, A., Taylor, J. and Tucci, C. (2013). “Innovation and Learning Performance Implications of Free Revealing and Knowledge Brokering in Competing Communities: Insights from the Netflix Prize Challenge,” Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, 19(1): 42-77.

33. Comu, S., Iorio, J., Taylor, J. and Dossick, C. (2013). “Quantifying the Impact of Facilitation on Transactive Memory System Formation in Global Virtual Project Networks,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 139(3): 294-303.

32. Chen, J. and Taylor, J., (2013). “Layering Residential Peer Networks and Geospatial Building Networks to Model Change in Energy Saving Behaviors,” Energy and Buildings, 58: 151-162. (Winner of Best Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper Honorable Mention Award for 2015)

31. Xu, X., Taylor, J., Pisello, A.L. and Culligan, P. (2012). “The Impact of Place-based Affiliation Networks on Energy Conservation: An Holistic Model that Integrates the Influence of Buildings, Residents and the Neighborhood Context,” Energy and Buildings, 55: 637-646.

30. Pisello, A.L., Taylor, J., Xu, X. and Cotana, F. (2012). “Inter-building Effect: Simulating the Impact of a Network of Buildings on the Accuracy of Building Energy Performance Predictions,” Building and Environment, 58: 37-45.

29. Di Marco, M., Alin, P. and Taylor, J. (2012). “Exploring Negotiation through Boundary Objects in Global Design Networks,” Project Management Journal, 43(3): 24-39.

28. Tang, A., Chiara, N. and Taylor, J. (2012). “Financing Renewable Energy Infrastructure: Formulation, Pricing and Impact of a Carbon Revenue Bond,” Energy Policy, 45: 691-703.

27. Peschiera, G. and Taylor, J. (2012). “The Impact of Peer Network Position on Electricity Consumption in Building Occupant Networks Utilizing Energy Feedback Systems,” Energy and Buildings, 49: 584-590.

26. Pisello, A.L., Xu, X., Taylor, J. and Cotana, F. (2012). “Network of Buildings’ Impact on Indoor Thermal Performance,” Smart and Sustainable Built Environment Journal, 1(1): 73-86.

25. Jain, R., Taylor, J. and Peschiera, G. (2012). “Assessing Eco-Feedback Interface Usage and Design to Drive Energy Efficiency in Buildings,” Energy and Buildings, 48: 8-17.

24. Chen, J., Taylor, J. and Wei, H.H. (2012). “Modeling Building Occupant Network Energy Consumption Decision-making: The Interplay between Network Structure and Conservation,” Energy and Buildings, 47: 515-524.

23. Iorio, J., Taylor, J. and Dossick, C.S. (2012). “A Bridge Too Far: Examining the Impact of Facilitators on Information Transfer in Global Virtual Project Networks,” Engineering Project Organization Journal, 2(4): 188-201.

22. Chinowsky, P., and Taylor, J. (2012). “Networks in Engineering: An Emerging Approach to Project Organization Studies,” Engineering Project Organization Journal, 2(1-2): 15-26.

21. Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2011). “Absorptive Capacity of Project Networks,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 137(11): 994-1002.

20. Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2011). “An Empirical Investigation of Opportunistic Behavior in Project Networks and its Impact on Market Efficiency,” Engineering Project Organization Journal, 1(2): 95-106. 

19. Alin, P., Taylor, J. and Smeds, R. (2011). “Knowledge Transformation in Project Networks: A Speech Act Level Cross-Boundary Analysis,” Project Management Journal, 42(4): 58-75. (Winner of Best Paper of the Year for Project Management Journal papers published in 2011)

18. Di Marco, M., and Taylor, J. (2011). “The Impact of Cultural Boundary Spanners on Global Project Network Performance,” Engineering Project Organization Journal, 1(1): 27-39.

17. Comu, S., Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2011). “Dual Impact of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity on Project Network Performance,”ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 27(3): 179-187.

16. Chinowsky, P., Taylor, J., and Di Marco, M. (2011). “Project Network Interdependency Alignment: New Approach to Assessing Project Effectiveness,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 27(3): 170-178. (Winner of Best Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper Award for 2012)

15. Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2011). “Modeling Interfirm Dependency: Game Theoretic Simulation to Examine the Hold-up Problem in Project Networks,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 137(4): 284-293.

14. Taylor, J., Dossick, C., and Garvin, M. (2011). “Meeting the Burden of Proof with Case Study Research,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 137(4): 303-311.

13. Iorio, J., Peschiera, G., Taylor, J., and Korpela, L. (2011). “Factors Impacting Usage Patterns of Collaborative Tools Designed to Support Global Virtual Design Project Networks,” ITcon, 16: 209-230.

12. Di Marco, M., Taylor, J., and Alin, P. (2010). “Emergence and Role of Cultural Boundary Spanners in Global Engineering Project Networks,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 26(3): 123-132. (Winner of Best-Peer Reviewed Journal Paper Award for 2010)

11. Peschiera, G., Taylor, J., and Siegel, J. (2010). “Response-Relapse Patterns of Building Occupant Electricity Consumption Following Exposure to Personal, Contextualized and Occupant Peer Network Utilization Data,” Energy and Buildings, 42(8): 1329-1336. 

10. Wong, K., Unsal, H., Taylor, J. and Levitt, R. (2010). “Global Dimension of Robust Project Network Design,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 136(4): 442-451. 

9. Taylor, J., Levitt, R., and Villarroel, A. (2009). “Simulating Learning Dynamics in Project Networks,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management , 135(10): 1009-1015.

8. Nayak, N., and Taylor, J. (2009). “Offshore Outsourcing in Global Design Networks,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 25(4): 177-184.

7. Orue, D., Taylor, J., Chanmeka, A., and Weerasooriya, R. (2009). “Robust Project Network Design,” Project Management Journal, 40(2): 81-93.

6. Taylor, J., and Bernstein, P. (2009). “Paradigm Trajectories of Building Information Modeling Practice in Project Networks,”ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 25(2): 69-76. 

5. Taylor, J. (2007). “Antecedents of Successful 3D CAD Implementation in Design and Construction Networks,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 133(12): 993-1002.  (Winner of Best Journal Paper Award for 2007)

4. Taylor, J., and Levitt, R. (2007). “Innovation Alignment and Project Network Dynamics: An Integrative Model for Change.” Project Management Journal, 38(3) 22-35.

3. Bakeer, R., Barber, M., Taylor, J. and Pechon, S. (2001). “Long-term Buckling Performance of HDPE Liners.” ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 13(3): 176-184.

2. Naim, M., Lalwani, C., Fortuin, L., Schmidt, T., Taylor, J., and Aronsson, H. (2000). “A Model for Logistics Systems Engineering Management Education in Europe.” European Journal of Engineering Education, 25(1): 65-82.

1. Bakeer, R., Barber, M., Pechon, S., Taylor, J. and Chunduru, S. (1999). “Buckling of HDPE Liners under External Uniform Pressure.”ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 11(4): 353-361.

Journal Editorial Notes

3. Taylor, J. and Berges, M. (2014). “Computational Approaches to Understand and Reduce Energy Consumption in the Built Environment,” ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 28(1): 1-1.

2. Taylor, J. (2010). “Invitation to Submit Scholarly Articles Using Agent-Based Simulation to Tackle Challenging Civil Engineering Problems.” ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 24(6): 465-466.

1. Taylor, J., and Jaselskis, E. (2010). “Introduction to the Special Issue on Research Methodologies in Construction Engineering and Management,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 136(1): 1-2. 

Pre-Publication Working Papers

(Pre-publication working papers are listed below. They are removed once they are published.)

1. Wang, Q., and Taylor, J. (2014). “Quantifying Human Mobility Perturbation and Resilience in Natural Disasters,” ArXiv:1402.1987.

Book Chapters

8. Taylor, J., and Bernstein, P. (accepted for publication). “Implementing Digital Fabrication in Design, Fabrication, and Construction Project Networks.” In GSAPP Digital Fabrication Handbook.

7. Taylor, J., Alin, P., Anderson, A., Çomu, S., Dossick, C.S., Hartmann, T., Iorio, J., Mahalingam, A., Mohammadi, N. (accepted for publication). “CyberGRID: A Virtual Workspace for Architecture, Engineering and Construction.” In Transforming Engineering Education through Innovative Computer Mediated Learning Technologies (Eds) Mutis, I., Fruchter, R. Behzadan, A. Menassa, C. American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA.

6. Taylor, J. and Levitt, R. (2010). “Cross-Boundary Knowledge Flows and Systemic Innovation in Project Networks.” In Antologia tra cultura e organizzazione. Scritti dedicati a Gianfranco Dioguardi. FrancoAngeli Editore, Milan, pp. 335-348.

5. Taylor, J. (2010). “Innovation Rates and Network Organization.” In Building (in) the Future, (Eds) Bernstein, P. and Deamer, P. Princeton Architectural Press, New York, pp. 137-144.

4. Chinowsky, P. and Taylor, J. (2007). “Project Networks: Learning, Leadership and Development.” In Revaluing Construction, (Ed) Sexton, M. International Council for Research and Innovation in Building Construction (CIB –  W65), Rotterdam, Netherlands, pp. 54-65.

3. Taylor, J. and Levitt, R. (2004). “Understanding and Managing Systemic Innovation in Project-based Industries.” In Innovations: Project Management Research, (Eds) Slevin, D., Cleland, D. and Pinto, J. Project Management Institute, Newton Square Pennsylvania, pp. 83-99.

2. Gailly, B. and Taylor, J. (2004). “Revisiting the Venture Capital Decision Process: Beyond Evaluation Criteria,” In Frontiers in Entrepreneurship Research, (Ed) Zahra, S. Babson College, Wellesley, MA.

1. Stricker, C., Riboni, S., Kradolfer, M. and Taylor, J. (2002). “Workflow Management for Supply Chains of Services.” In The Essentials of Logistics and Management, (Eds) Perret, F. and Jaffeux, C. Presses Polytechnique et Universitaires Romandes, pp. 325-342.

Peer-reviewed Conference Papers

81. Khosrowpour, A. and Taylor, J. (accepted for publication). “One Size Does Not Fit All: Eco-Feedback Programs Require Tailored Feedback,” ASCE 1st International Symposium on Sustainable Human-Building Ecosystems (ISSHBE), Pittsburgh, PA, October 2015.

80. Wang, Q., Taylor, J. and Emanivong, P. (2015). “Examining and Simulating Human Mobility under the Influence of Hurricane-imposed Mobility Constraints,” 5th International / 11th Construction Specialty Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 2015.

79. Khosrowpour, A., Gulbinas, R. and Taylor, J. (2015). “An Empirical Comparison of Internal and External Load Profile Codebook Coverage of Building Occupant Energy-Use Behavior,” ASCE International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, Austin, TX, June 2015.

78. Han, Y. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Simulating the Impact of Phase Change Material Embedded Building Envelopes on the Inter-Building Effect in Non-tropical Cities,” International Conference on Sustainable Design, Engineering and Construction, Chicago, IL, May 2015.

77. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Resilience of Human Mobility under the Influence of Typhoons,” International Conference on Sustainable Design, Engineering and Construction, Chicago, IL, May 2015.

76. Han, Y. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Disaggregate Analysis of the Inter-Building Effect in a Dense Urban Environment,” 7th International Conference on Applied Energy, Abu Dhabi, UAE, March 2015.

75. Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “The Impact of Cultural Assumptions about Language on Collaboration in Global Virtual Project Networks,” Engineering Project Organization Conference, Winter Park, CO, July 2014.

74. Taylor, J., Comu, S., Dossick, C.S., Hartmann, T., Iorio, J. and Mahalingam, A. (2014). “Virtual Workspaces in Architecture, Engineering and Construction: Challenges, Opportunities and Future Directions,” 11th International Congress on Advances in Civil Engineering, Istanbul, Turkey, October 2014.

73. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Quantifying, Comparing Human Mobility Perturbation during Hurricane Sandy, Typhoon Wipha and Typhoon Haiyan,” 4th International Conference on Building Resilience, Salford, UK, September 2014.

72. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Massive Online Geo-social Networking Platforms and Urban Human Mobility Patterns: A Process Map for Data Collection,” ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil and Building Engineering, Orlando, FL, June 2014.

71. Mohammadi, N., Bulbul, T. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Evaluating Current Systems and Exploring the Potential of Social Networking Platforms to Increase User Engagement with Eco-Feedback Systems,” ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil and Building Engineering, Orlando, FL, June 2014.

70. Muthumanickam, A., Jain, R., Taylor, J. and Bulbul, T. (2014). “Energy Use Visualization in a Spatial Context: Building Information Modeling for Energy Representation and Conservation,” ASCE Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

69. Anderson, A., Dossick, C.S., Azari, R., Taylor, J. and Hartman, T. (2014). “Exploring BIMs as Avatars: Using 3D Virtual Worlds to Improve Collaboration with Models,” ASCE Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

68. Chen, J., Bulbul, T. and Taylor, J. (2014). “A Case Study of Embedding Real Time Infrastructure Sensor Data to a Dynamic BIM Framework,” ASCE Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

67. Zelkowicz, A., Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Layered Boundary Spanning in Global Virtual Project Networks: Exploring the Role of Cultural Boundary Spanners at Knowledge Domain and Technological Boundaries,” ASCE Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

66. Comu, S., Taylor, J. and Dossick, C.S. (2014). “Comparing Global Versus Domestic Project Networks Collaborating in Virtual Workspaces,” ASCE Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

65. Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Identifying Potential Leaders for Virtual Teams,” In Proceedings of the 47th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science., R. Sprague, Ed., pp. 340 – 349. Piscataway, New Jersey: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

64. Pisello, A.L., Taylor, J., and Cotana, F. (in press). “Simulating the Effect of Urban Morphology on Indoor Thermal Behavior: An Italian Case Study.” In Proceedings of the 2013 INFORMS Winter Simulation Conference, R. Pasupathy, S.-H. Kim, A. Tolk, R. Hill, and M. E. Kuhl, Eds. Piscataway, New Jersey: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

63. Wang, Q., and Taylor, J. (in press). “Energy Saving Information Cascades in Online Social Networks: An Agent-based Simulation Study.” In Proceedings of the 2013 INFORMS Winter Simulation Conference, R. Pasupathy, S.-H. Kim, A. Tolk, R. Hill, and M. E. Kuhl, Eds. Piscataway, New Jersey: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

62. Gulbinas, R., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Effects of Organizational Network Dynamics on Energy Consumption in Commercial Buildings,” InProceedings of the 8th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, ISSN 1847-7178, Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 22-27, 2013.

61. Jain, R., Smith, K., Culligan, P. and Taylor, J. (2013). ” Exploring Energy Consumption Forecasting for Multi-Family Residential Buildings Using Support Vector Regression,” In Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, ISSN 1847-7178, Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 22-27, 2013.

60. Tang, A., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Simulating Renewable Energy Investment in Emerging Markets,” In Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, ISSN 1847-7178, Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 22-27, 2013.

59. Anderson, A., Dossick, C.S., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Exploring the Impact of Individual User Navigable Virtual Worlds on Coordination Latency In Distributed CEM Work,” In Working Paper Proceedings of the 2013 Engineering Project Organization Conference, P. Carrillo and P. Chinowsky, Eds., Devil’s Thumb Ranch, Colorado, July 9-11, 2013.

58. Iorio, J., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Precursors to Effective Leadership Behaviors in Global Virtual Project Networks,” In Working Paper Proceedings of the 2013 Engineering Project Organization Conference, P. Carrillo and P. Chinowsky, Eds., Devil’s Thumb Ranch, Colorado, July 9-11, 2013.

57. Wanberg, J., Javernick-Will, A., Taylor, J., and Chinowsky, P. (2013). “A Useful Knot or a Deadly Noose? The Effects of Organizational Divisions on Informal Knowledge Sharing Networks,” In Working Paper Proceedings of the 2013 Engineering Project Organization Conference, P. Carrillo and P. Chinowsky, Eds., Devil’s Thumb Ranch, Colorado, July 9-11, 2013.

56. Wang, Q., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Simulating the Information Cascade Phenomenon in Online Social Networks Sharing Energy Saving Tips,” In Working Paper Proceedings of the 2013 Engineering Project Organization Conference, P. Carrillo and P. Chinowsky, Eds., Devil’s Thumb Ranch, Colorado, July 9-11, 2013.

55. Sheffer, D., Katila, R., Levitt, R., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Innovation of Unique, Complex Products,” Academy of Management Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, August 2013.

54. Gulbinas, R., Jain, R., and Taylor, J. (2013). “A Commercial Building Eco-Feedback System for Quantifying Organizational and Social Network Effects on Conservation,” In Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Applied Energy, Pretoria, South Africa, July 2013.

53. Horsey, S., Taylor, J., and de la Garza, C. (2013). “A Systematic Approach to Applying the Delphi Method in Construction Engineering and Management Research,” In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering 2013, Montreal, Canada, May 29 – June 1, 2013.

52. Jain, R., Taylor, J., and Culligan, P. (2013). “Examining the Impact Information Representation in Eco-Feedback Systems has on Building Occupant Energy Consumption Behavior,” In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering 2013, Montreal, Canada, May 29 – June 1, 2013.

51. Zilke, J., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Evidence that the Global Construction Industry May Have Entered the Post-Domestic Era,” InProceedings of the Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering 2013, Montreal, Canada, May 29 – June 1, 2013.

50. Alin, P., Iorio, J., and Taylor, J. (2012). “Objects as Arbitrators: Spanning Boundaries in Virtual Engineering Networks,” Working Paper Proceedings of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Industry Studies Association Conference, Pittsburg, PA, May 2012.

49. Dossick, C.S., Anderson, A., Iorio, J., Neff, G., and Taylor, J. (2012). “Messy Talk and Mutual Discovery: Exploring the Necessary Conditions for Synthesis in Virtual Teams,” In Working Paper Proceedings of the 2012 Engineering Project Organization Conference, A. Javernick-Will and A. Mahalingam, Eds., Rheden, The Netherlands, July 10-12, 2012.

48. Javernick-Will, A., Wanberg, J., Chinowsky, P., Taylor, J., and Riddle, M. (2012). ““Near and Far”; the Mechanics and Dynamics of Boundary Spanning Knowledge Sharing Connections in Engineering and Construction Organizations,” In Working Paper Proceedings of the 2012 Engineering Project Organization Conference, A. Javernick-Will and A. Mahalingam, Eds., Rheden, The Netherlands, July 10-12, 2012.

47. Gulbinas, R., Jain, R., Taylor, J., and Fard, M.G. (2012). “Web-Based Eco-Feedback Visualization Of Building Occupant Energy Consumption in Support of Quantifying Social Network Effects on Conservation,” In Proceedings of the 2012 ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering, R. Issa, and I. Flood, Eds., pp. 602-609. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

46. Comu, S., Taylor, J., and Messner, J. (2012). “Two-Dimensional Globalizing Index and Globalizing Self-Assessment Tool For Engineering and Construction Companies,” In Proceedings of the 2012 ASCE Construction Research Congress, H. Cai, A. Kandil, M. Hastak and P. Dunston, Eds., pp. 2520-2529. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

45. Liu, M., Xu, Q., and Taylor, J. (2012). “Empirical Simulation to Compare Opportunistic Bidding Behavior in China and the U.S.A.,” InProceedings of the 2012 ASCE Construction Research Congress, H. Cai, A. Kandil, M. Hastak and P. Dunston, Eds., pp. 2410-2419. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

44. Xu, X., Pisello, A.L., and Taylor, J. (2011). “Simulating the Impact of Building Occupant Peer Networks on Inter-Building Energy Consumption.” In Proceedings of the 2011 INFORMS Winter Simulation Conference, S. Jain, R.R. Creasey, J. Himmelspach, K.P. White, and M. Fu, Eds., pp. 3378-3387. Piscataway, New Jersey: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

43. Chen, J., Taylor, J. and Wei, H.H. (2011). “Simulating the Impact of Building Occupant Network Influence on Residential Energy Use Decision-making.” In Proceedings of the 2011 INFORMS Winter Simulation Conference, S. Jain, R.R. Creasey, J. Himmelspach, K.P. White, and M. Fu, Eds., pp. 883-890. Piscataway, New Jersey: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

42. Iorio, J., Taylor, J., and Dossick, C. (2011). “A Bridge Too Far: Examining the impact of facilitators on information transfer in global project networks” Working Paper Proceedings of the 2011 Engineering Project Organization Conference, Estes Park, CO, August, 2011.

41. Tang, A., Chiara, N., and Taylor, J. (2011). “Financing Renewable Energy Infrastructure: Formulation, Pricing and Impact of a Carbon Revenue Bond.” Working Paper Proceedings of the 2011 Engineering Project Organization Conference, Estes Park, CO, August, 2011.

40. Comu, S., Iorio, J., Taylor, J., and Dossick, C.D. (2011). “The Impact of Facilitation on Transactive Memory System Formation in Global Virtual Project Networks.” Working Paper Proceedings of the 2011 Engineering Project Organization Conference, Estes Park, CO, August, 2011.

39. Di Marco, M., Taylor, J., and Alin, P. (2011). “Negotiating through Boundary Objects in Global Design Project Networks,” InProceedings of the CSCE 2011 Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada, pp. 2379-2388, June 2011.

38. Anderson, A., Dossick, C., Iorio, J., Taylor, J., and Neff, G. (2011). “Avatars, Text, and Miscommunication: The Impact of Communication Richness on Global Virtual Team Collaboration,” CSCE 2011 Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada, June 2011.

37. Taylor, J. (2010). “Closing the Loop between Project Network Simulation Research and Pedagogy,” In Proceedings of the 2010 INFORMS Winter Simulation Conference, B. Johansson, S. Jain, J. Montoya-Torres, J. Hugan, and E. Yücesan, Eds., pp. 3069-3075. Piscataway, New Jersey: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

36. Di Marco, M., Taylor, J., and Pote, A. (2010). “The Impact of Cultural Boundary Spanners on Global Project Network Performance.”Working Paper Proceedings of the 2010 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, South Lake Tahoe, CA, November 2010.

35. Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2010). “Simulating Project Network Absorptive Capacity.” Working Paper Proceedings of the 2010 Engineering Project Organizations Conference, South Lake Tahoe, CA, November 2010.

34. Villarroel, A., Taylor, J., and Tucci, C. (2010). “Competitive Advantage from Knowledge Brokering in Distributed Innovation.”Strategic Management Society 30th Annual International Conference, Rome, Italy, September 2010.

33. Alin, P., Taylor, J., and Smeds, R. (2010). “Probing Knowledge Creation at Organizational Boundaries in Interorganizational Networks,” Academy of Management Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada, August 2010.

32. Peschiera, G., Taylor, J., and Korpela, L. (2010). “Computer-supported Collaborative Design in Global Virtual Engineering Team Networks.” Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction, State College, PA, June 2010.

31. Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2010). “A Game Theoretic Approach to Understand Opportunistic Behavior in Project Network Subcontractor Selection.” In Proceedings of the 2010 ASCE Construction Research Congress, J. Buwanpura, Y. Mehamed and S. Lee, Eds., pp. 717-726. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

30. Di Marco, M., and Taylor, J. (2010). “Knowledge System Conflicts in Global Project Networks.” In Proceedings of the 2010 ASCE Construction Research Congress, J. Buwanpura, Y. Mehamed and S. Lee, Eds., pp. 767-777. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

29. Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2010). “A Critical Examination of Post-innovation Subcontractor Selection Strategies in Architecture, Engineering and Construction Project Networks,” Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Industry Studies Conference, Chicago, IL, May 2010.

28. Alin, P., and Taylor, J. (2010). “Innovating in Interorganizational Networks: Probing Knowledge Creation across Organizational and Specialization Boundaries,” INFORMS Organization Science Winter Conference, Steamboat Springs, CO, January 2010.

27. Chen, J., Taylor, J., and Unsal, H. (2009). “Simulating the Effect of Learning Decay on Adaptation Performance in Project Networks,” In Proceedings of the 2009 INFORMS Winter Simulation Conference, M. D. Rossetti, R. R. Hill, B. Johansson, A. Dunkin and R. G. Ingalls, Eds., pp. 2712-2722. Piscataway, New Jersey: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

26. Di Marco, M., Taylor, J., and Alin, P. (2009). “Cultural Boundary Spanning in Global Project Networks,” LEAD Specialty Conference on Global Governance in Project Organizations, Lake Tahoe, CA. (Winner Best Paper Award)

25. Chinowsky, P., Taylor, J., and Di Marco, M. (2009). “Project Network Interdependency Alignment: A New Approach to Assessing Project Effectiveness,” LEAD Specialty Conference on Global Governance in Project Organizations, Lake Tahoe, CA.

24. Alin, P., Taylor, J., and Smeds, R. (2009). “Probing Knowledge Transformation across Boundaries in Networks,” Academy of Management Annual Conference, Chicago, Il.

23. Wong, K., Unsal, H., Taylor, J. and Levitt, R. (2009). “Robust Design of Global Project Networks,” Construction in the 21st Century (CITC-V) Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.

22. Di Marco, M. and Taylor, J. (2009). “The Emergence of Cultural Boundary Spanners in Global Design Networks,” Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Industry Studies Conference, Chicago, Il.

21. Taylor, J., Dossick, C. and Garvin, M. (2009). “Constructing Research with Case Studies.” In Proceedings of the 2009 ASCE Construction Research Congress, S. T. Ariaratnam and E. Rojas, Eds., pp. 1469-1478. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

20. Unsal, H. and Taylor, J. (2009). “Integrating Agent-based Simulation and Game Theory to Model the Hold-up Problem in Project Networks.” In Proceedings of the 2009 ASCE Construction Research Congress, S. T. Ariaratnam and E. Rojas, Eds., pp. 1280-1289. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

19. Villarroel, A., and Taylor, J. (2008). “Performance Implications of Knowledge Brokering in Open Source Communities of Practice,”Academy of Management 2008 Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.

18. Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2008). “Learning in Multi-cultural Project Networks,” ASCE LEAD Leadership and Management in Engineering Specialty Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA.

17. Villaroel, A. and Taylor, J. (2007). “Managing Competing Communities of Practice: The Impact of Open Source and Knowledge-bridging on System-level Learning,” North American Association for Computational Social and Organizational Sciences Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA. (Winner Best Paper Award)

16. Taylor, J., and Levitt, R. (2007). “Aligning Innovations to Design and Construction Networks,” American Society of Civil Engineers 2007 Construction Research Congress, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas. (Winner of Beacon of Excellence Best Paper Award)

15. Taylor, J. (2007). “How are Technological Changes in Boundary Objects Enacted in Design and Construction Networks,” Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Industry Studies Annual Conference, Special Thematic Session on Innovation, Cambridge, MA.

14. Villarroel, A. and Taylor, J. (2006). “An Agent-based Approach to Examine the Network Knowledge Advantage in Open Innovation Networks: Firm Openness and Interorganizational Network Performance,” Agent 2006 Annual Conference, Chicago, Il.

13. Taylor, J. (2006). “Exploring the Antecedents of Boundary Object Technological Change in Interorganizational Networks,” In K. Mark Weaver (Ed.), Proceedings of the Sixty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN1543-8643.  (William H. Newman Best Paper Award Finalist).

12. Taylor, J., Levitt, R., and Villarroel, A. (2006). “Simulating Learning in Interorganizational Networks: The Insidious Role of Task Interdependence and Relational Instability on System-level Learning,” North American Association for Computational Social and Organizational Sciences Annual Conference, Notre Dame, Indiana. (Best Overall Paper Award Winner).

11. Levitt, R. and Taylor, J. (2006). “Using Project Management Skills to Implement Strategy in Construction Companies,” ASCE Specialty Conference on Leadership and Management, Bahamas.

10. Taylor, J. and Levitt, R. (2005). “Aligning Innovations to Networks: The Global Challenge,” Academy of Management Annual Conference, Technology and Innovation Management Division.

9. Taylor, J. and Levitt, R. (2005). “Inter-organizational Knowledge Flow and Innovation Diffusion in Project-based Industries,”Proceedings of the 38th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Science.

8. O’Neill, E., Noone, B., Williams, D., and Taylor, J. (2004). “Access to Venture Capital in Dublin, Ireland: Participants’ View of the Process,” Proceedings of the Irish Academy of Management Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland, August 2004.

7. Taylor, J. and Levitt, R. (2004). “A New Model for Systemic Innovation Diffusion in Project-based Industries,” Proceedings of the Project Management Institute International Research Conference, London, UK.

6. Gailly, B. and Taylor, J. (2004). “Revisiting the Venture Capital Decision Process: Beyond Evaluation Criteria,” Proceedings of the Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Strathclyde, UK.

5. Levitt, R., Horii, T., Mahalingam, A., Orr, R. and Taylor, J. (2004). “Understanding and Managing the Effects of Institutional Differences on Global Projects,” ASCE LEAD Specialty Conference on Management and Leadership in Construction, Hilton Head, South Carolina.

4. Taylor, J. and Björnsson, H. (2002). “Identification and Classification of Value Drivers for a New Production Homebuilding Supply Chain,” Proceedings of the 10th Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction, Gramado, Brazil.

3. Stricker, C., Riboni, S., Kradolfer, M., and Taylor, J. (2000). “Market-based Workflow Management for Supply Chains of Services,”Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences #33 – Electronic Commerce and Supply Chain Management Track.

2. Taylor, J. and Bjornsson, H. (1999). “Construction Supply Chain Improvements through Internet Pooled Procurement,” 7th Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction, Berkeley, CA.

1. Taylor, J., Bakeer, R., and Barber, M. (1997). “Frictional Relationship of HDPE Liners and Steel Host Pipes,” Proceedings of the ASCE Pipeline Division Conference, L. E. Osborn, Ed., pp. 311-318. Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers.

Academic Posters

35. Mohammadi, N., Wang, Q., and Taylor, J. (2014). “Exploring the Potential Influence of Opinion Leaders in Diffusion of Energy Conservation Practices,” INFORMS Winter Simulation Conference, Savannah, GA, December 2014.

34. Han, Y., and Taylor, J. (2014). “A Bio-inspired Solution to Mitigate Urban Heat Island Effects,” American Society of Civil Engineers Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014 [3rd Place Poster Award Winner].

33. Mohammadi, N., Bulbul, T. and Taylor, J. (2014). “A Quantitative Investigation of Building Micro-level Power Management through Energy Harvesting from Occupant Mobility,” American Society of Civil Engineers Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

32. Muthumanickam, A., and Taylor, J. (2014). “A Bio-Inspired Virtual Pedagogical Environment to Stimulate Bio-inspired Thinking,” American Society of Civil Engineers Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

31. Wang, Q., and Taylor, J. (2014). “Quantifying Human Mobility Perturbation under the Influence of Tropical Cyclones,” American Society of Civil Engineers Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

30. Khosrowpour, A., and Taylor, J. (2014). “Quantifying Energy-Use Behavior in Commercial Buildings,” American Society of Civil Engineers Construction Research Congress, Atlanta, GA, May 2014.

29. Khosrowpour, A., Gulbinas, R., and Taylor, J. (2014). “Quantifying and Targeting Inefficient Energy-Use in Commercial Buildings,” Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Day, Blacksburg, VA, April 2014 [3rd Place Graduate Poster Award Winner].

28. Han, Y., and Taylor, J. (2014). “A Bio-inspired Solution to Mitigate Urban Heat Island Effects,” Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Day, Blacksburg, VA, April 2014.

27. Mohammadi, N., Wang, Q., and Taylor, J. (2014). “Word of Mouth Communication Networks: Propagation of Energy Information Sharing,” Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Day, Blacksburg, VA, April 2014.

26. Wang, Q., and Taylor, J. (2014). “Quantifying Human Mobility Perturbation under the Influence of Tropical Cyclones,” Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Day, Blacksburg, VA, April 2014.

25. Gulbinas, R., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Detecting and Analyzing the Impacts of Organizational Network Dynamics on the Energy Consumption of Building Occupants Exposed to Real-time Energy-use Feedback,” Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change Conference, Sacramento, CA, November 2013.

24. Zilke, J., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Evidence that the Global Construction Industry May Be Entering a Post-Domestic Era,” Construction Industry Institute Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, July 2013.

23. Wang, Q., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Energy Information Diffusion: Simulating the Energy Saving Information Cascade Phenomenon in Online social Networks,” 2013 Engineering Project Organization Conference, Devil’s Thumb Ranch, Colorado, July 9-11, 2013.

22. Zelkowicz, A., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Exploring the Role of Cultural Boundary Spanners at Knowledge Domain Boundaries in Global Virtual Project Networks,” Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Day, Blacksburg, VA, April 2013 [2nd Place Undergraduate Poster Award Winner].

21. Zilke, J., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Measuring Globalization in the Construction Industry,” Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Day, Blacksburg, VA, April 2013.

20. Jeong, S., and Taylor, J. (2013). “The Impact of Water-Energy Feedback on Water Conservation in Residential Buildings,” Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Day, Blacksburg, VA, April 2013 [2nd Place Graduate Poster Award Winner].

19. Wang, Q., and Taylor, J. (2013). “Energy Information Diffusion: A Simulation Study of Information Cascades in Online Social Networking Platforms,” Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Research Day, Blacksburg, VA, April 2013.

18. Gulbinas, R., and Taylor, J. (2012). “BizWatts: A Novel Eco-feedback System for Commercial Buildings: Detecting and analyzing the interplay between real-time energy consumption feedback and social, hierarchical, and geo-spatial networks in a commercial setting,”Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change Conference, Sacramento, CA, November 2012.

17. Wanberg, J., Javernick-Will, A., Chinowsky, P., Taylor, J., and Riddle, M. (2012). “Creating Global, Multi-lateral, Knowledge-Sharing Communities of Practice,” Construction Industry Institute Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, July 2012.

16. Taylor, J. (2012). “CAREER: Building Occupant Network Dynamics (BOND) – Multi-scale Experimentation and Simulation in the Built Environment to Achieve Sustained Energy Conservation,” National Science Foundation CMMI Research and Innovation Conference 2012, Boston, MA, July 2012.

15. Jain, R., Taylor, J., and Culligan, P. (2012). “An Algorithmic Approach to Detect the Role of Social Influence on Energy Savings of Building Occupants Exposed to Eco-feedback,” National Science Foundation CMMI Research and Innovation Conference 2012, Boston, MA, July 2012.

14. Comu, S., Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2012). “Dual Impact of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity on Project Network Performance,”American Society of Civil Engineers Construction Research Congress, West Lafayette, IN, May 2012.

13. Jain, R., Taylor, J., and Peschiera, G. (2012). “Assessing Eco-Feedback Interface Usage and Design to Drive Energy Efficiency in Buildings,” American Society of Civil Engineers Construction Research Congress, West Lafayette, IN, May 2012.

12. Comu, S., Iorio, J., Taylor, J., and Dossick, C. (2011). “The Impact of Facilitation on Collaboration Effectiveness in Virtual Workspaces,” Construction Management Association of America Annual Conference, Washington, DC, November 2011.

11. Chen, J., and Taylor, J. (2011). “Perturbing Layered Random Social Networks and Engineered Networks,” INFORMS Winter Simulation Conference, Phoenix, AZ, December 2011.

10. Comu, S., Iorio, J., Taylor, J., and Dossick, C. (2011). “The Impact of Facilitation on Collaboration Effectiveness in Virtual Workspaces,” Construction Industry Institute Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, July 2011.

9. Jain, R., and Taylor, J. (2011). “Practices Make Perfect: Examining the Role of Energy Saving Practice Diffusion in Building Occupant Networks to Achieve Energy Conservation,” 2011 IGERT Poster Competition, May 2011.

8. Tang, A., Chiara, N., and Taylor, J. (2010). “Increasing Private Sector Financing for Renewable Energy Projects,” Engineering Project Organizations Conference, South Lake Tahoe, CA, November 2010.

7. Taylor, J., Di Marco, M., Unsal, H., and Comu, S. (2010). “Intercultural Knowledge System Dynamics in Complex Services Outsourcing,”National Science Foundation HSD Grantee Conference, Arlington, VA, September 2010.

6. Di Marco, M., Taylor, J., and Chinowsky, P. (2010). “Project Network Interdependency Alignment: A New Approach to Assessing Project Effectiveness,” Construction Industry Institute Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, August 2010.

5. Chen, J., and Taylor, J. (2009). “An Agent-based Simulation of Residential Energy Saving Behavior,” INFORMS Winter Simulation Conference, Austin, TX, December 2009.

4. Di Marco, M., and Taylor, J. (2009). “Examining the Role of Cultural Boundary Spanners to Achieve Efficiency in Cross-Cultural Engineering Networks,” Construction Industry Institute Annual Conference, Reno, NV, July 2009.

3. Unsal, H., and Taylor, J. (2009). “Integrating Agent-based Simulation with Game Theory to Investigate the Hold-up Problem in Project Networks,” American Society of Civil Engineers Construction Research Congress, Seattle, WA, April 2009.

2. Di Marco, M., and Taylor, J. (2009). “Examining the Role of Cultural Boundary Spanners to Achieve Efficiency in Cross-Cultural Engineering Networks,” Construction Industry Institute Annual Conference, Reno, NV, July 2009.

1. Nayak, N., and Taylor, J. (2008). “Globalization in Construction: A Cross-National Comparison of Issues Associated with Offshore Outsourcing,” Construction Industry Institute Annual Conference, Keystone, CO, August 2008.