Title A Study on the Effect of External Response to Construction Subcontract Disputes
Authors Bae, Chan Young ; Hyun, Byung Hwan
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.6106/KJCEM.2019.20.5.072
Page pp.72-82
ISSN 2005-6095
Keywords Construction Subcontract Dispute; Principal Contractor; Subcontractor; Dispute Response Efforts; Risk Management; Consulting; Performance
Abstract The purpose of this study is to find out how any organizational response or dispute-related consulting has a significant impact on management performance before or during a dispute over a construction subcontract dispute. In this study, multiple regression models were used to analyze the impact on consulting performance. According to the result of the analysis, the positive effects on the overall external consulting effect is influenced by five variables such as financial values, increase of the number of disputes, construction of response system by contents, construction of response system in each period, dispute response external response system. The original business operators were also more likely to be affected by internal activities of conflict response companies and the extent to which external response systems were established. This means that the supply and demand service provider's business environment is relatively poor, forcing it to be lower than the internal and external activities and influences of the original business operators of the conglomerates.