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Emma Mulliner

Emma Mulliner

Telephone: 0151 231 2801


Emma joined LJMU in 2013 as a Senior Lecturer within the School of Built Environment after completing a PhD at the University. Emma teaches primarily on the Real Estate Management programme and her main teaching responsibilities include Law at various levels of study, Sustainable Property and Real Estate Management Group Project.

Emma’s PhD research focused on the conceptualisation and assessment of housing affordability, seeking to better align the issue with sustainable communities and household wellbeing. Emma has published scientific research papers in international peer reviewed academic journals and has presented at international conferences. As well as sustainable housing affordability, Emma’s research interests include topics such as: the impact that sustainability has/will have on commercial real estate; sustainable property management and the ‘greening’ of commercial leases; the relationship between sustainable property and asset value.


2012, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PhD
2009, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons) Real Estate Management

Academic appointments

Senior Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University, 2013 - present


Journal article

Mulliner EK, Algrnas M. 2018. Preferences for housing attributes in Saudi Arabia: A comparison between consumers’ and property practitioners’ views Cities, >DOI >Public Url

Tucker MP, mulliner E, wilson H. 2017. Research preparedness in undergraduate property and construction curriculum: the student experience International Journal of Construction Education and Research, 13 :203-224 >DOI >Public Url

Mulliner EK, Kirsten LK. 2017. Preparation for the Energy Act 2011 and minimum energy efficiency standards in UK commercial property International Journal of Strategic Property Management, 2 :183-198 >DOI >Public Url

Mulliner E, Maliene V, Malys N. 2016. Comparative analysis of MCDM methods for the assessment of sustainable housing affordability Omega (United Kingdom), >DOI >Public Url

Mulliner EK, Maliene V. 2015. An analysis of professional perceptions of criteria contributing to sustainable housing affordability Sustainability, 7 :248-270 >DOI >Public Url

Mulliner E, Tucker M. 2015. Feedback on feedback practice: perceptions of students and academics ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 42 :266-288 >DOI >Link >Public Url

Mulliner E, Smallbone K, Maliene V. 2013. An assessment of sustainable housing affordability using a multiple criteria decision making method Omega (United Kingdom), 41 :270-279 >DOI

Mulliner E, Maliene V. 2013. Austerity and reform to affordable housing policy Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 28 :397-407 >DOI >Link

Mulliner E, Maliene V. 2012. What Attributes Determine Housing Affordability? World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, :695-700 >Link >Public Url

Mulliner E, Maliene V. 2011. Attractive places to live URBAN DES INT, 16 :147-152 >DOI >Public Url


Mulliner E, Maliene V. 2013. Affordable Housing Policy and Practice in England Hepperle E, et al . Land Management: Potential, Problems and Stumbling Blocks Landmanagement :267

Mulliner E, Maliene V. 2011. Criteria for Sustainable Housing Affordability Froehner KD, Cygas D. Environmental Engineering :966-973 VGTU Press Technika 978-9955-28-831-2 >Public Url

Conference publication

Mulliner E, Maliene V. 2010. The meaning and measurement of housing affordability: review Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference, Advanced Construction :172-176