About David Cattell

Qualifications
BSc(QS) [Wits]
PhD [UCT]
Associate Professor Cattell's areas of expertise include: motoring economics, motor vehicle fringe benefit taxation, cashflow analysis, life-cycle cost analysis, total-cost-of-ownership studies, financial economic modelling and optimisations, operations research, unbalanced bidding, bidding models, component item pricing, Component Unit Pricing (CUP) theory, cost estimating, cost engineering, risk analysis, tendering, modern portfolio theory, cumulative prospect theory, utility theory, prospect theory, and value-at-risk analysis. His work experience also includes 25 years in the IT industry, including web development, and programming in Basic, Visual Basic, C, Java and JavaScript.

Positions

Present Head of Research: Construction Management, Quantity Surveying, Property & Real Estate, Bond University
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Present Associate Dean (Innovation & Collaborations): Institute of Sustainable Development and Architecture, Bond University
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Present Associate Professor, Bond University
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Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests

Unbalanced Bidding, Bidding Models, Risk Analysis, Component Item Pricing, Component Unit Pricing Theory, Modern Portfolio Theory, Cost Estimating, Cost Engineering, Tendering, and Pricing

Honors and Awards

  • IBM Business Leadership Award, in recognition of achievement of an outstanding contribution


Contact Information

Institute of Sustainable Development and Architecture
Bond University QLD 4229
Australia
Ph. +61 7 559 50157

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Articles (7)

Books (2)

Book Chapters (1)

PhD Thesis (1)

Conference Papers (8)