Nonso Ewurum

Nonso Ewurum
University of Nigeria | UNN · Department of Estate Management

Ph.D (Estate Management)

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Introduction
Nonso Ewurum currently lectures at the Department of Estate Management, University of Nigeria. Nonso does research in Real Estate Finance and Investment, Sustainable Housing and Construction Management, and Real Estate Marketing. Their current project is 'STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT MODEL FOR SUSTAINABLE PUBLIC HOUSING DELIVERY'

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Empiricisms on institutional land administration in developing countries have historically and currently conveyed an anthology of process delays, database mismanagement, titling irregularities and data falsification encumbrances to real estate investment. In spite of these lingering information management deficiencies, a common argument does appear...
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Prolonged delays leading to building project abandonment adversely affect the educational environment and learning facilities. This study assessed the delay factors in building projects completion in University of Nigeria. The objectives were to classify and determine the ranking of the delay factors; and to ascertain the degree of agreement in the...
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Solid waste management has posed serious environmental threat and challenges over the years especially in developing countries. There seems to be poor solid waste management system in Nigeria universities with University of Nigeria not being an exception. This study examined the effectiveness of the waste management system through automation of the...
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Natural disasters pose significant threats globally, and to manage it, a disaster reduction policy was enacted in 2015 establishing the Sendai Framework of Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR). Since statistics from several accounts indicate that women are disproportionately affected by disaster events, their contributions should ideally be integrated i...
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With pandemic-driven lockdown periods accentuating and tenancy contracts largely unaffected, real estate firms were confronted with inimitable challenges of maintaining their real estate agency going concerns. One evident outcome of this reality is the symmetric increase in the number of real estate tele-brokers, as brokers adopted a work-from-home...
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The low transparency characterization of the real estate market in Africa presents an antithesis to the promising potentials of the market to global real estate investors and mutual funds. In spite of this, there appears an asymmetric synchronicity between increasing global attention towards investment potentials of the Sub-Saharan African real est...
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With pandemic-driven lockdown periods accentuating and tenancy contracts largely unaffected, real estate firms were confronted with inimitable challenges of maintaining their real estate agency going concerns. One evident outcome of this reality is the symmetric increase in the number of real estate tele-brokers, as brokers adopted a work-from-home...
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Symmetric movements of real estate investment trust (REIT) capitalization and affordable housing deficit in Nigeria fuelled the motivation of the study on analyzing the implications of an affordable housing ambidexterity of REITs in Nigeria (N-REITs). The focus on REITs was informed by the unsustainable growth in the deficit statistics of affordabl...
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In light of the currently experienced land titling irregularities, tenure insecurity, fraudulent practices, and document processing delays of land administration in developing countries, a compendium of empiricisms heighten instaurations of the Internet of Things digitalization hypothesis in the management of land information. At present, this thru...
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Property taxation is a veritable fiscal tool through which government raises the revenue it needs to fulfill its statutory obligation of providing and maintaining public infrastructures and social amenities. In Nigeria, various State governments, in their bid to supplement dwindling federal revenue allocations and boost their internally generated r...
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Around 3 billion people access print materials a day, with certain age groups and demographics accessing far more. While this level of consumption for printed materials has remained fairly steady for some time, how the Generation Z (gen Z) demography (those within the age range of 14-21) accesses education course materials, and other relevant print...
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Although automobile and industrial emissions are clearly evident sources of climate change, global warming and rising greenhouse gas emissions, the global construction industry is also culpable―accounting for over 40% of man-made carbon emissions. One common mitigating approach has been the emphasis on green construction towards sustainable housing...
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There is a plethora of scholarly concern on the integration of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in construction project management, while a BIM and Facility Management (FM) dyad is also catching up. The problem is that much work needs to be done on the adoption of BIM in sustainable management of special purpose facilities such as seaports, whi...
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The logic of sustainable marketing has established a set of customer-oriented, customer-value, innovation-diffusion standards for optimizing competitive positioning strategies for continual long-term business growth. However, little is known empirically about the psychosomatic kiboshes that encumber this business philosophy in Nigerian real estate...
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The over 17 million housing deficit statistic in Nigeria provides an empirical antithesis to Goal 11 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (2015). Efforts by public housing organizations to attenuate the deficit for sustainable housing delivery have proved ineffectual, with a plethora of studies citing the culpability of deficient sta...
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Macroeconomic factors within a recipient economy are often considered in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) research, but one of its significant indicators, ownership risk, is seldomly broached in extant literature. We argue that, from the perspective of a developing economy such as Nigeria, it is crucial to explore, in more detail, the relationship b...
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In this study, we used Geographic Information System and remote sensing to explore the stimulation of sustainable development through "Green-Conscious" Environmental Impact Assessment of industrial projects. Despite the global clamour for sustainable development as panacea for recent climatic concerns; sustainable development initiatives like Nano...
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In this study, we introduce a conceptual Housing Stakeholder Management Model that transforms institutional attitudes towards sustainable housing delivery. The essence is to promote a sustainability culture in housing delivery that meets safety and affordability needs of the majority. This exploratory study utilized data from 385 real estate profes...
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With a household renumeration of 39 million, 2.6% annual population growth rate, the over 17 million housing deficit in Nigeria is colossal, and remarkably unsustainable. Public housing providers in Nigeria have approached the scourge through a plethora of economic, financial and social strategies that have been proclaimed ineffective from various...
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Worried by the high level of unsustainability in the delivery of public housing in Nigeria, the paper investigated the prospects of strategic leadership in enhancing sustainable public housing delivery in Nigeria. Literature was reviewed conceptually, theoretically and empirically in a bid to establish the result of such implementation in other sec...
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Nnewi in the past two decades has grown considerably not only in size and infrastructural development but also as a commercial town to reckon with in Anambra State South-East Nigeria. This work therefore tries to assess the performance of commercial real estate development as an investment option in Nnewi using shops, offices and warehouses. This s...
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Business reengineering represents an overhaul of obsolete practices in favour of a more contemporary and sophisticated system aimed at improving corporate performance. Yet, the extent to which banking sector reengineering which has led to a preponderance of new technologies such as Point of Sale Terminals, Automated Teller Machines, Mobile Banking...
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In examining the public housing deficit in Nigeria, extant literature has cited a preponderance of issues such as policy, affordability, corruption and urbanization. The study is motivated by the gap in literature on the degree to which poor stakeholder management has contributed to the deficit. The study aimed at presenting an empirical strategy o...
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The study should be considered a ‘look before you leap analysis’ of strategically realigning for sustainable competitive advantage in the commercial real estate market of a developing economy. Foreign Direct Investors are constantly on the lookout for promising markets around the world with an observed obvious preference for countries with optimum...
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Successive policies have been enacted at the national and state levels to curb the severe housing market disequilibrium in Nigeria without satisfactory results. Several causes have been alluded to this anomaly with rate of inflation, population increase, government regulation and affordability being dominant in extant literature. What is worrying h...
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Given the novel challenges faced by law enforcement agencies in achieving sustainable peace globally and locally, the study fills the gap in extant literature by determining the role of facility management (FM) in overcoming the challenges. It is significant to law enforcement agencies, Estate Surveyors and Valuers (ESVs), the public, and scholars....
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The study appraises the effect of facilities management on hotel service delivery in south east Nigeria. It makes use of exploratory research design in correlating variables of facilities management and service delivery in the face of poor espousal of the practice by hotels in the study area. The investigation was prompted by the observation that h...
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This paper examines the role of public relations (PR) in the peaceful implementation of eminent domain in Nigeria. Eminent domain is the right of government or its agents to expropriate private property from their owners for public use, with payment of compensation. Globally, such development plans are hardly implemented peacefully due to perceived...
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The indispensability of land to all creation implies that land conflict is inevitable. The study examined the role of the Estate Surveyor and Valuer (ESV) in attaining economic recovery and peacebuilding in land conflict cases in Enugu State. Among the objectives was to determine the extent to which ESV involvement in land conflict cases have led t...
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The study should be considered a 'look before you leap analysis' of strategically realigning for sustainable competitive advantage in the commercial real estate market of a developing economy. Foreign Direct Investors are constantly on the lookout for promising markets around the world with an observed obvious preference for countries with optimum...
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The study should be considered a ‘look before you leap analysis’ of strategically realigning for sustainable competitive advantage in the commercial real estate market of a developing economy. Foreign Direct Investors are constantly on the lookout for promising markets around the world with an observed obvious preference for countries with optimum...
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Industrial projects usually exert great adverse impact on the environment. Cap. E12 LFN 2004 (originally Decree No. 86 of 1992), the enabling Law for Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in Nigeria, aptly captures industrial project as one requiring such Assessment in its Mandatory Study List (see Schedule to Section 12). Despite the global clamou...

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Empirical contributions focused on the amelioration of a sustainable mindset in policy formulation and implementation in developing countries
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Develop an empirical model for sustainable public housing delivery in Developing Countries.