Emma joined LJMU in 2013 as a Senior Lecturer after completing a PhD at the institution. Emma primarily teaches on the undergraduate and postgraduate Real Estate programmes.
Emma’s area of research and interests are in the field of housing studies and sustainable development, on topics such as affordable and sustainable housing, sustainable communities and healthy housing environments, housing preferences, housing policy and regulation. Emma is also interested in the regulation and behaviours of landlords and tenants in commercial property.
Emma has published in international peer reviewed academic journals and has presented at international conferences. Emma received funding from the RICS Research Trust to carry out research on housing for an ageing society. Emma has also conducted several pedagogic research projects aimed at enhancing the curriculum for built environment students.
2012, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PhD
2009, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons) Real Estate Management
Senior Lecturer, Liverpool John Moores University, 2013 - present
Postgraduate Certificate Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, England, UK, Liverpool John Moores University, ? - present
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 Author Url 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 E, Maliene V, Malys N. 2016. Comparative analysis of MCDM methods for the assessment of sustainable housing affordability OMEGA International Journal of Management Science, 59 :146-156 DOI Author Url 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 Author Url Publisher 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 Author Url Publisher Url Public Url
Mulliner E, Khumpaisal S, Chen Z. 2012. Applying the Analytical Risk Assessment Method for an Urban Regeneration Project Proceedings of Built Environment Research Associates Conference, Built Environment Research Associates Conference, BERAC 3 Publisher Url Public Url
Mulliner E, Kirsten L. Off the starting blocks RICS Property Journal, Publisher Url
Mulliner E. A model for the complex assessment of sustainable housing affordability Maliene V, Couch C.
Critical Success Factors for Rising Affordable Housing Challenge: Evidences from lower middle and high income economies, The Case of Affordable Housing: a global perspective on financing and institutional ownership, UCL, London, Oral presentation. 2019
Teaching Law to Non-Law Students, iBEE 2019: The Annual Conference of The Council of Heads of the Built Environment (CHOBE), Salford, UK, Oral presentation. 2019
The role of academic buoyancy in the construction of an effective feedback dialogue, LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference, Liverpool, Oral presentation. 2018
The Effect of Data Integration to the Smart City, ICEGSCDS 2017: International Conference on e-Government, Smart Cities, and Digital Societies, Paris, France, Oral presentation. 2017
Addressing retention and success of Welsh and Northern Irish students in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, iBEE 2016: The Annual Conference of The Council of Heads of the Built Environment (CHOBE), Liverpool, UK, Oral presentation. 2016
Exploring transitional barriers for bilingual (Welsh-English) students studying at LJMU, LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference, Liverpool, UK, Oral presentation. 2016
Feedback on feedback: A comparison of Built Environment staff and student perceptions of feedback practice, iBEE 2015: The Annual Conference of The Council of Heads of the Built Environment (CHOBE), Bath, UK, Oral presentation. 2015
Analysis of Consumer Preferences for Housing in Saudi Arabia, International Conference on Urban Renewal and Housing Rehabilitation, Istanbul, Turkey, Oral presentation. 2015
What attributes determine housing affordability?, International Conference on Housing and Urban Environments, Stockholm, Sweden, Oral presentation. 2012
Data collection and analysis for a housing affordability assessment method, Built Environment and Natural Environment (BEAN) Conference, Liverpool, Oral presentation. 2012
Affordable housing policy and practice in the UK, European Academy of Land Use and Development (EALD) 1st International and Interdisciplinary Symposium, Liverpool, UK, Oral presentation. 2011
Criteria for Sustainable Housing Affordability, 8th International Conference on Environmental Engineering, Lithuania, Oral presentation. 2011
Developing a criteria system for sustainable housing affordability, Built Environment and Natural Environment (BEAN) Conference, Liverpool, Oral presentation. 2011
A new approach to measuring the affordability of different housing locations by using multiple criteria decision making, Built Environment and Natural Environment (BEAN) Conference, Liverpool, Oral presentation. 2010
Research Grants Awarded:
RICS Research Trust, Housing Preferences for an Ageing Society, Vida Maliene, Michael Riley, Robert MacDonald, Grant value (£): £34,000. 2019
LJMU, REF-Upskilling Project 2018-19, Vida Maliene, Grant value (£): 4000. 2018
LJMU Curriculum Enhancement Internship, Teaching law to non-law students, Grant value (£): £2,500. 2018
LJMU Curriculum Enhancement Project, The role of academic buoyancy in the construction of an effective feedback dialogue, Anne-Marie Adams, Dave Putwain, Casey Beaumont, Grant value (£): £13171. 2017
LJMU Curriculum Enhancement Award, Staff and student perceptions of feedback practice in the School of the Built Environment, Grant value (£): £1975. 2014
LJMU Curriculum Enhancement Award, Linguistic transition of bilingual Welsh students at the Faculty of Technology and Environment, Grant value (£): £1,390. 2014
Fellow of The Higher Education Academy. 2016
Rising Star Award, LJMU Vice-Chancellor Teaching and Learning Excellence Awards. 2015
Best Presentation Prize for presentation entitled "Developing A Criteria System For Sustainable Housing Affordability” at the Built Environment and Natural Environment (BEAN) Conference, Awarded by Liverpool John Moores University. 2011
Other Professional Activity:
Invited to Roundtable discussion on Sustainable Housing at the Europe and Central Asia Housing Forum, Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland. 2013
EALD 1st International and Interdisciplinary Symposium of the European Academy of Land Use and Development, Liverpool, Editor & Reviewer. 2011
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, Associate Editor, https://www.springer.com/journal/10901/editors.
Special Issue "A Healthy Built Environment for an Ageing Population", Guest Editor, https://www.mdpi.com/journal/sustainability/special_issues/Ageing_Population_Sustainability.
The Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM), Assessor.