MacKee, Jamie. University of Salford; 2013. Reconceptualising cultural heritage: the adaptive cycle as a means of rebranding the risk and vulnerabilities of cultural built heritage in the face of natural disasters.
Giggins, Helen, von Meding, Jason, Gajendran, Thayaparan, MacKee, Jamie, Brewer, Graham. Global Risk Forum (GRF); 2014. The negative impact of media and socio-political influence on disaster reconstruction and resilience.
MacKee, Jamie. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller; 2009. Evaluation in urban conservation: case studies on the application of evaluation in conservation decision-making for the inclusion of cultural built heritage in modern urban centres.
MacKee, Jamie, Askland, Hedda Haugen, Askew, Louise. Emerald Insight; 2014. Recovering cultural built heritage after natural disasters: a resilience perspective.
MacKee, Jamie. Routledge; 2013. Developing an alternative paradigm for Asian Heritage conservation: a Buddhist-systemic perspective.
MacKee, Jamie. University of Salford, School of the Built Environment; 2008. Sustaining cultural heritage in South and Southeast Asia: integrating Buddhist philosophy systems theory and resilience thinking to support sustainable conservation approaches.
Forino, Giuseppe, MacKee, Jamie, von Meding, Jason. Elsevier; 2016. A proposed assessment index for climate change-related risk for cultural heritage protection in Newcastle (Australia).
MacKee, Jamie. VDM Verlag Dr Müller; 2009. Conserving cultural built heritage in South and Southeast Asia: a conceptual framework for the nonservation of non-secular built heritage based on the philosophical and cultural experiences of the region.