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Original scientific paper
UDC: 624.04:[005.8:728.224(497.11)(612) 
DOI: 10.7251/afts.2016.0815.033E
COBISS.RS-ID 6176024
 
 
COMMON CAUSES OF CONFLICTS IN CONSTRUCTION
PROJECTS – COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PROJECTS
IN LIBYA AND SERBIA
 

Elmagdobi M. Elmabrok1, Čulić Nikola, Beljaković Dejan1, Milajić Aleksandar1, Pejičić Goran1

1Faculty of Construction Management, University Union Nikola Tesla, Belgrade, Serbia e-mail: Ova adresa el. pošte zaštićena je od spam napada, treba omogućiti JavaSkript da biste je videli
 
 

SUMMARY  Full text (pdf)

Conflicts are one of the most frequent factors that undermine success of construction projects. Therefore, it is important to recognize and predict the most probable causes of disputes that might arise during the project completion in order to make adequate plans and prepare procedures for their prevention and management. This paper provides comparative analysis of causes of conflicts in construction project in Libya and Serbia, performed in order to identify global and local aspects that should be takent into account within the risk analysis and management.

 
Key words: construction projects, conflicts, conflict management.

 

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