Ms Nicole Johnston
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Business and Law|
|Department:||Deakin Business School|
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 92443819 +61 3 92443819|
Property Law and Practice
Conferences and seminars
Johnston, N (2013), Transitioning Residential Multi-Owned Developments: Conflicts of Interest Arising, paper presented at the 7th International Conference for Gated Communities: Private Urban Governance, June 27th 2013, Brighton University, England.
Johnston, N., Guilding, G. and Reid, S (2012), Examining Developer Actions that Embed Protracted Conflict in Staged Residential Multi-Owned Developments, paper presented at the Pacific Rim Real Estate conference, 15-17th January 2012.
Reid, S., Ruhanen, L., Davidson, M. and Johnston N (2010), Legal Basis for Tourism Planning: The Australian Case, paper presented at the ISTTE conference, 18-22nd October 2011.
Awards and prizes
Australian College of Community Association Lawyers (ACCAL) Scholarship Award (2012)
Strata and Community Title Law and Management
Body Corporate Governance and Conflicts of Interest
Shakeela, A., Becken, S. and Johnston, N. United Nations Development Programme, Maldives Program: Identifying Gaps and Disincentives that Exist in the Policies, Laws and Regulations which Act as Barriers to Investing in Climate Change Adaptation in the Tourism Sector of the Maldives. Internationally Competitive Grant valued at $US39,905.70.
Member – Strata Title Academic Research Group (STARG)
Shakeela, A., Becken, S. and Johnston, N. (forthcoming) Identifying Gaps and Disincentives that Exist in the Policies, Laws and Regulations which Act as Barriers to Investing in Climate Change Adaptation in the Tourism Sector of the Maldives, United Nations Development Program.
Johnston, N and Reid, S. (2013). Multi-Owned Developments: A Life Cycle Review of a Developing Research Area, Property Management, 31(5).
Weaver, D., Davidson, M.C.G., Lawton, L., Patiar, A., Reid, S. and Johnston, N  Awarding Sustainable Asia-Pacific Hotel Practices: Rewarding Innovative Practices or Open Rhetoric?, Tourism Recreation Research, 38(1).
Reid, S., Ruhanen, L., Davidson, M. and Johnston, N. (2012) Untangling the “messy” legislative basis of tourism development planning: five cases from Australia, Anatolia, 23(3).
Sparks, B., Bradley, G., Jennings G. and Johnston, N. (2012) Cooling-off and Backing Out: Towards an Understanding of Consumer Decisions to Rescind a Product Purchase. Journal of Business Research (In press).
Reid, S., Ruhanen. L., Davidson, M. and Johnston N (2010). The Legal Basis for State and Territory Tourism Planning. Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre (STCRC), Gold Coast.
Warnken, J., Johnston, N. and Guilding, C (2009). Exploring the regulatory framework and governance of decentralised water management systems: a strata and community title perspective, National Water Commission, Canberra.