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.
MacKee, Jamie. Routledge; 2013. Developing an alternative paradigm for Asian Heritage conservation: a Buddhist-systemic perspective.
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.
MacKee, Jamie, Askland, Hedda Haugen, Askew, Louise. Emerald Insight; 2014. Recovering cultural built heritage after natural disasters: a resilience perspective.
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.
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.
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.