Construction Contracting in Malta During Wartime: Seeking Opportunities During a Time of Economic and Environmental Distress

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Rebecca Dalli Gonzi, PhD – Faculty for the Built Environment, University of Malta, Malta
Simon Grima, PhD – Insurance Department, Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy, University of Malta, Malta
Anthony Zarb Dimech – Freelance Researcher and Writer

Series: Europe: Past, Present and Future
BISAC: ARC005000; HIS010000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/CDOX8121

The study of the effects of risk relates to the extension of time and the permutations and combinations of events in their progressive unravelling. The notion of modernity, an evolutionary justification for a turbulent array of hazards, drives rapid change, the majority of which is irreversible. Wars bring about irreversible change, which has far-reaching consequences for future generations. We start to grasp the impact of these shifts as we experience them through time, and we research, write about, and learn from them. Understanding the impact of post-war change requires contemplation. The aim to develop stronger post-war communities necessitates a reflection on how conflicts have separated mankind and how humanity’s nature might be used to serve others. The plans that are made and the decisions taken, especially by those in positions of influence, carry greater weight in terms of the speed at which risks to humanity evolve if not addressed in time, along with their corresponding effects. As we journey through age and experience our own wars, we can choose to blindfold our way through time or rise above with strength to reach out to others, a process which in truth brings about self-actualisation.

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Table of Contents

Foreword

Chapter 1. Financial Contracting

Chapter 2. The Characters

Chapter 3. Malta: A Contextual Background

Chapter 4. Maltese Construction Work at RAF Stations in Malta During WWII

Chapter 5. The Assaults on Malta

Chapter 6. The Maltese Construction Trade

Chapter 8. Construction Contracts

Chapter 9. Key Characteristics and Themes

Acknowledgements

References

Index


Author ORCID iD

Rebecca Dalli Gonzihttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-1523-5120