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Journal article

HOLT, A. and ECCLES, T., 2015. Financial reporting for commercial service charges in the retail sector: benchmarking practice standards for UK shopping centres. Property Management, 33 (2), pp. 152-172. ISSN 0263-7472

POINTING, J. and ECCLES, T., 2013. Smart regulation, shifting architectures and changes in governance. International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 5 (1). ISSN 1756-1450

ECCLES, T., 2012. Changing practice in accounting for service charges in commercial property: a longitudinal analysis. Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change, 8 (2), pp. 186-209.

ECCLES, T., 2012. Occupational identity and authority in high modernity: the case of the professions in the English building industry. Uniwersyteckie Czasopismo Socjologiczne (7), pp. 6-24. ISSN 2299-2367

ECCLES, T., 2012. Service charges in commercial property: measuring code compliance. Facilities, 30 (1112), pp. 488-503.

ECCLES, T., 2011. Accounting for service charges in the UK commercial sector: barriers to change and the quest for best practice. Property Management, 29 (1), pp. 7-33.

ECCLES, T., 2011. Commercial service charge management: benchmarking best practice. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 13 (4), pp. 200-215.

ECCLES, T., 2010. Sinking funds within the service charge in the UK office market: evidence upon best and actual practice. Property Management, 28 (3), pp. 163-173.

ECCLES, T., 2010. A conceptual framework for enhancing ‘effectiveness’ in the service charge process. Journal of Building Appraisal, 5 (4), pp. 321-327.

ECCLES, T., 2005. Financial statements & corporate accounts: the conceptual framework. Property Management, 23 (5), pp. 374-387.

ECCLES, T., 2005. Revenue recognition and real estate companies: a preliminary analysis. Briefings in Real Estate Finance, 4 (3), pp. 245-270.

ECCLES, T., 2003. Accounting practice in the post Enron era: the implications for financial statements in the property industry. Briefings in Real Estate Finance, 2 (4), pp. 326-340.

ECCLES, T., 2002. The final curtain. Environments by Design, 4 (2), pp. 2-3.

ECCLES, T., 2001. Accounting for investment properties in the UK: problems of definition and implementation. Briefings in Real Estate Finance, 2 (1), pp. 122-134.

ECCLES, T., 2001. Accounting for leasehold property in the UK: a triumph of substance over form. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 3 (3), pp. 232-247.

ECCLES, T., 2001. Accounting for property in the UK: the legal and professional framework. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 3 (2), pp. 132-149.

ECCLES, T., 2001. Accounting standards and the property manager. Property Management, 19 (5), pp. 417-432.

ECCLES, T., 2001. International accounting standards: a paradigm shift for corporate real estate? Journal of Corporate Real Estate, 4 (1), pp. 66-82.

ECCLES, T., 2001. Professional boundaries. Environments by Design, 4 (1), pp. 2-4.

ECCLES, T., 2000. Professionals and professionalism. Environments by Design, 3 (2), pp. 2-5.

ECCLES, T., 1996. The professional concept of value within the built environment: a conceptual critique. Environments by Design, 1 (1), pp. 39-52.

ECCLES, T., 1995. Professional language, professional culture and university education: the case of quantity surveying. Language, Culture and Curriculum, 8 (3), pp. 305-315. ISSN 0790-8318

Authored book

ECCLES, T., 1999. Property and construction economics. International Thompson Press. ISBN 1861521588

Chapter in book

ECCLES, T., 2012. Imperium kontratakuje czyli kilka uwag na temat kulturowej refleksyjności instytucji i brytyjskich samorządów zawodowych w dziedzinie zarządzania nieruchomościami [forthcoming]. In: L. KORPOROWICZ, ed., Mobilność kultur – ku nowym formom interakcji. UNSPECIFIED.

ECCLES, T., 2010. Cunctator: the rhetoric and persuasion of transparency in professional culture. In: E. REKŁAJTIS, R. WIŚNIEWSKI and J. ZDANOWSKI, eds., Jedność i różnorodność - kultura vs. kultury. Warsaw: Oficyna Wydawnicza ASPRA-JR, pp. 319-330. ISBN 9788375452259

ECCLES, T., 2009. Professional identity in high modernity: the English building industry. In: R. WIŚNIEWSKI, ed., Refleksyjność jako kategoria analizy socjologicznej: Konocepcje, badania, porównania. Warsaw: Oficyna Wydawnicza ASPRA-JR, pp. 125-133. ISBN 9788375451580

ECCLES, T., 1996. Environmental business strategies as green fakes. In: Business Strategy and the Environment Conference, University of Leeds, Leeds, September 1996. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 76-80. ISBN 1872677096

ECCLES, T., 1996. Professional firms and professional people: towards a new management theory. In: Practice management for land, construction and property professionals. Spon, pp. 42-49. ISBN 0419213708

ECCLES, T., 1995. The vocabulary of development. In: A. DE LEUW and S.L. SAYCE, eds., Theorie und Praxis der Wertermittlung von Gebäuden, Grund und Boden. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Laing, pp. 89-102.

Conference contribution

ECCLES, T., 2013. Regularising the formality hinterland: trans-informality and meta-formality within UK 'better regulation' discourses [keynote lecture]. In: Formality and Informality from Decoupling to Entanglement, Workshop on the Formal and the Informal in Law, Institutions and Economy, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland, 13-14 May 2013, Warsaw.

ECCLES, T., 2011. Just how smart is "smart regulation": evolving architectures in the governance of regulation? In: COBRA 2011, Salford, Salford.

ECCLES, T., 2010. Accounting for service charges in the UK commercial sector: barriers to change and the quest for best practice. In: RICS Scotland Commercial Property Service Charge Seminar, 27 May 2010.

ECCLES, T., 2009. Accounting for service charges within the UK office market: evidence on code compliance, practice and disclosure. In: Change We Can All Believe In Conference, Institute of Directors, London, 26 November 2009, London.

ECCLES, T., 2009. Kunktator: retoryka i przekonanie o jawności w kulturze profesji. In: Jedność i Różnorodność - Kultura vs. Kultury Conference, Instytut Socjologii, Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie, Warsaw, Poland, 23 April 2009, Warsaw.

ECCLES, T., 2008. Professional identity in high modernity: the English building industry. In: Refleksyjny Aktor a Zmiany Spoleczne i Kulturowe Conference, Instytut Socjologii, Uniwersytet Kardynała Stefana Wyszyńskiego w Warszawie, Warsaw, Poland, 29 October 2008, Warsaw.

ECCLES, T., 2007. Collaboration and innovation within professions: the case of the UK construction industry. In: IACCM EMEA 2007 'Collaborate to Innovate' Conference: 3rd International Academic Symposium on Commercial Management, Savoy, London, 7-9 November 2007, London.

ECCLES, T., 2002. Accounting versus surveying: value as a professional paradigm. In: FIG Conference, Washington, USA, April 2002, Washington, USA.

ECCLES, T., 2002. Professional development: balancing globalism, sustainability and tradition. In: ICEC 2002 Conference, Melbourne, Australia, April 2002, Melbourne, Australia.

ECCLES, T., 2000. Accounting for property in the UK: research into the contradicting legal and professional framework paradigms. In: The Cutting Edge, 2000.

ECCLES, T., 1999. Asset valuations for brewery companies and other retail companies. In: Annual Licensed & Leisure Valuers Conference, Cambridge, October 1999, Cambridge.

ECCLES, T., 1995. Educating the 'essential management tool': quantity surveyors in an international context. In: ICEC/AIQS International Symposium 'Construction Economics - The Essential Tool', Queensland, Australia, May 1995, Queensland, Australia.

ECCLES, T., 1995. Professional firms and professional people: towards a new management theory. In: RICS/CIOB Conference 'Practice Management', London, September 1995, London.

ECCLES, T., 1995. Training of professionals for development work. In: 12th Inter-Schools Conference on Development, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, March 1995, Oxford.

ECCLES, T., 1995. The education and sustainability paradox. In: CASLE/FIG Conference 'Sustainable Development: Counting the Cost - Maximising the Value', Harare, Zimbabwe, August 1995, Harare, Zimbabwe.

ECCLES, T., 1994. Constructing urban development policies: contradictions of environmental development. In: European Environment Conference, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, September 1994, Nottingham.

ECCLES, T., 1994. Valuation in Europe: some educational issues. In: European Real Estate Society Inaugural Conference, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 1994, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

ECCLES, T., 1994. Water - public resource and private asset. In: European Faculty of Land Use and Development Conference 'Protection and Management of Water Resources through Land Use Planning', Strasbourg, France, June 1994, Strasbourg, France.

ECCLES, T., 1994. An investigation into the learning experience of overseas students: a case study for the teaching of built environment studies in British universities. In: 13th ISSED Conference 'Staff and Student Development in a Multi-Cultural Setting', Cape Town, South Africa, June 1994, Cape Town, South Africa.

ECCLES, T., 1993. Some concerns with the vocabulary and culture of the valuation of land and buildings. In: European Real Estate Conference 'European Real Estate: An Agenda for Research', Reading University, Reading, July 1993, Reading.

ECCLES, T., 1993. The vocabulary of development. In: The European Faculty of Lane Use and Development Conference 'The Theory and Practice of the Evaluation of Land and Buildings', Kingston University, London, April 1993, London.

Professional or trade journal contribution

HOLT, A., ECCLES, T. and BENNETT, K., 2010. A clear case for change. , p. 61.

ECCLES, T. and HOLT, A., 2009. Lack of take-up for the RICS code of practice on service charges is worrying, says Kingston University. .

ECCLES, T., 1998. How the land lies. , p. 22.

ECCLES, T., 1998. Why the National Audit Office is right to lambast PFI. , p. 27.

ECCLES, T., 1996. Eurosceptic lacks economic proof. , p. 12.

ECCLES, T., 1996. Imperialism is out in the caring nineties. , p. 23.

ECCLES, T., 1996. Misguided criticism. , p. 19.

ECCLES, T., 1996. Private lines. , p. 25.

ECCLES, T., 1996. Selling off the silver? , p. 63.

ECCLES, T., 1996. There's nothing great about being 'Great'. , pp. 12-13.

ECCLES, T., 1996. Why we need those EU 'restrictions'. , pp. 18-19.

ECCLES, T., 1996. Xenophobic outburst? , p. 55.

ECCLES, T., 1995. Development education: university and professional obstructions to the 'environmental skills'. , pp. 19-20.

ECCLES, T., 1995. Green or greedy. , p. 26.

ECCLES, T., 1995. Sharing, caring. , p. 22.

ECCLES, T., 1994. Environmental education. , p. 13.

ECCLES, T., 1994. Metrication. , p. 60.

ECCLES, T., 1994. An investigation into the learning experience of overseas students: a review of work to date. , p. 3.

ECCLES, T., 1993. Non-cognate conversion courses. , p. 60.

Research report for external body

ECCLES, T., 2011. Service charge operating report 2010-11. Property Solutions (UK) Ltd..

ECCLES, T., 2009. Accounting for service charges in the UK office market: evidence on practice, code compliance and disclosure. Antim Research/Property Solutions (UK) Ltd..

ECCLES, T., 1995. Surveying globalism: Victorian attitudes in a world market. School of Surveying.

ECCLES, T., 1995. A modern history of the labour process in the British construction industry. School of Surveying.

ECCLES, T., 1995. A philosophical review of professionalism in surveying: the male and the female ethic. School of Surveying.

ECCLES, T., 1995. The surveying firm as a unique business unit: a discussion. School of Surveying.

ECCLES, T., 1994. How green is the surveyor? School of Surveying.

ECCLES, T., 1994. The great green con. School of Surveying.

ECCLES, T. and SMITH, Y., 1993. An investigation into the learning experience of overseas students. School of Surveying.

Review

ECCLES, T., 1999. Review of ‘Trade unions and the management of industrial conflict’, by R.Aris [book review]. International Labour and Working – Class History, 56, pp. 143-145.

ECCLES, T., 1998. Review of ‘The builder illustrations index 1843 – 1883’ [book review]. Urban History, 25 (1), pp. 132-133.

ECCLES, T., 1996. Review of 'Mixed use development: concept and realities’ [book review]. Environments by Design, 1 (2), pp. 222-223.

Working paper

ECCLES, T., 2004. Traversing professional paradigms: property profession involvement in accounting standards. School of Accounting and Finance, Kingston University.

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