Middlesex University Dubai Research Profile

Section One: Publications, Academic Papers, Presentations & Awards

 

Books and Monographs

Els, L. (with G. Els) (2000) Life Mapping as a tool for management development. Pretoria: Clicks In-house Publishing.

 

Els, L. (with N. Kruger) (1999) Self-awareness: Foundation Phase. Pretoria: Amabhuku.

 

Els, L. (with N. Kruger) (1999) Self-awareness: Intermediate Phase. Pretoria: Amabhuku.

 

Els, L. (with N. Kruger) (1999) Self-awareness: Senior phase. Pretoria: Amabhuku.

 

Els, L. (with N. Kruger) (1999) Self-awareness: Further education and training phase. Pretoria: Amabhuku.

 

Els, L. (with P. De Villiers) (1999) Call Centre Effectiveness, Pretoria: Amabhuku.

 

Els, L. (with H. Van Niekerk and H. Nienaber) (1997) Life skills. Volume 1. Pretoria: United Litho.

Els, L. (with H. Van Niekerk and H. Nienaber) (1997) Life skills. Workbook for students. Volume 1.Pretoria: United Litho.

Karnik, A. and M.L., Stephenson (eds) (2010) First International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences, Dubai, UAE. ISBN. 978-9948-16-372-5.

 

Karnik, A. (with S.S. Bhandare) (2006) Eventful Years, Forum of Free Enterprise, Mumbai.

 

Karnik, A. (1991) Government Debt, Savings and Investment. Monograph published by the Indian Economic Association Trust for Research and Development.

 

Karnik, A. (1989) Energy in Indian Transportation: The Emerging Scenario. Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay.

 

Mohnot, R. (with Singhi and Singhi) (1998), Accountancy, Unique Traders, India

 

Stephenson, M and Bianchi, R, (2014) ‘Tourism and Citizenship: Rights, Freedoms and Responsibilities in the Global Order’. Routledge.

Stephenson, M.L., (with Steiner, C., Richter, T., Dörry, S., Neisen, V., M., Lemma, A. F. & J. G. B. Mitchell) (2012): Economic Crisis, International Tourism Decline and its Impact on the Poor. An Analysis of the Effects of the Global Economic Crisis on the Employment of Poor and Vulnerable Groups in the Tourism Sector. Madrid/Genf: UNWTO/ILO (in print). ~285 pages. Print ISBN: 978-92-844-1443-7, Online ISBN: 978-92-844-1444-4

Sutton J (1995) (with Bilbow G.T.) The Hospitality Business, Hong Kong: Longman Asia.

Sutton J (2003) (with Bilbow G.T.) English at your Service; Hong Kong: Pearson Education North Asia Ltd.

Vrazalic, L. (with MacGregor, R.) (2007) E-Commerce Adoption in Regional Small Businesses, IGI Global.

 

Books Edited

Karnik, Ajit (with L.G. Burange) (2004) Perspectives on Maharashtra’s Economy, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumba.

 

Karnik, Ajit (with L.G. Burange) (2004) Economic Policies and the Emerging Scenario: Challenges to Government and Industry, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai.

 

Karnik, Ajit (with Pat McGregor and D.M. Nachane) (1998) Britain and India: Emerging Bilateral Issues, British Council, Bombay.

 

Karnik, Ajit (with D.M. Nachane and A. Vasudevan) (1999) Fifty Years of Development Economics: From Planning to Liberalisation – Essays in Honour of Professor P.R. Brahmananda, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay.

 

Book Chapters

Els, L. (2010) The effects of organisational culture on contingent knowledge workers, in Vlaiman, V. Talent Management of Knowledge Workers. Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 76-99.

Els, L. (2010) Effects of Organisational Culture on the Contingent Knowledge Worker, in Vlaiman, V. (ed.) Talent Management of Knowledge Workers. Palgrave MacMillan: London, pp. 228-248.

Els, S.L.H. (1992) The Organised Teaching Profession in South Africa, in Kruger, EG (ed.) Education – Past, Present and Future. Pretoria: Euro-Publications.

Els, S.L.H. (1989) Steps Taken by the Governments in Great Britain, Europe, the USA, Soviet Russia and Israel to Enhance Infant Education. In Verster, T.L. (Ed.) A Pedagogical investigation of infant education. Pretoria: University of South Africa.

 

Epps, A. (2007). Beyond the classification of web-based shoppers. In Beyond the rhythms of management, Daewood Mithani and Juhari Ali, J, Himalaya Publishing House, India, pp. 286 303.
Karnik, A. (2006) Developing a Quantitative Framework for Determining Devolution of Funds from State Governments to Local Bodies, in Niraja Jayal, Amit Prakash and Pradeep Sharma (eds) Local Governance in India: Decentralization and Beyond, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.

Karnik, A. (2004) A Comparative Study of the Public Finances of Indian States (with special focus on Maharashtra), in A. Karnik and L.G. Burange (eds.) Perspectives on Maharashtra’s Economy, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai.

 

Karnik, A. (2004) Competition Policy in India: Some Economic Issues, in A. Karnik and L.G. Burange (eds.) Economic Policies and the Emerging Scenario: Challenges to Government and Industry, (jointly edited with L.G. Burange), Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai.

Karnik, A. (2003) State Finances: Issues and Concerns, in B.L. Mungekar (ed.) The Economy of Maharashtra: Changing Structure and Emerging Issues, Dr. Ambedkar Institute for Social and Economic Change, Mumbai.

 

Karnik, A. (with Mala Lalvani) (2003) Building Coalitions: From Subsidies to Social Sector Spending (with Mala Lalvani), in K. Seeta Prabhu and R. Sudarshan (eds.) Reforming India’s Social Sector: Poverty, Nutrition, Health and Gender, Social Science Press, New Delhi.

 

Karnik, A. (with Abhay Pethe and Dilip Karmarkar) (2002) Finances of Urban Local Bodies in Maharashtra: A Statistical Profile, in India Infrastructure Report 2003, 3iNetwork, Oxford University Press.

 

Karnik, A. (2001) Institutional and Political Determinants of Investment in Indian States, in B.L. Mungekar, D.M. Nachane and M.J.M. Rao (eds) Indian Economy in the New Millennium, Himalaya Publishing House.

 

Karnik, A. (1999) Overcoming Economic Atavism: Lessons from State-led Economic Development in India, in D.M. Nachane, A. Vasudevan and A. Karnik (eds) Fifty Years of Development Economics: From Planning to Liberalisation – Essays in Honour of Professor P.R. Brahmananda, Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay.

 

Karnik, A. (1998) Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment, in A. Karnik, P. McGregor and D. Nachane (eds) Britain and India: Emerging Bilateral Issues, British Council, Bombay.

 

Karnik, A. (with Mala Lalvani) (1997) Interest Groups, Government Size and Growth, in D.M. Nachane and M.J.M. Rao (eds) Macroeconomic Challenges and Development Issues: Essays in Honour of Professor C.N. Vakil, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai.

 

Karnik, A. (1992) Are Changes in Public Sector Prices Destabilising? in Proceedings of the Eleventh European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research 1992 Vienna, Austria, World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore.

 

Karnik, A. (with D.M. Nachane) (1992) The Indian Economic Situation: Issues and Prospects, in Panchamukhi (ed.) Fiscal Management of the Indian Economy, Interest Publications, New Delhi.

 

King, M. (2011) Implementing Problem-based Learning in the Gulf: A Case Study of Arab Students, in C. Gitsaki (ed.), Teaching and Learning in the Arab World, Peter Lang, Berne (pp. 357-376).

 

King, M (2008) Academic reading; ‘Have to’ or ‘want to’?, in A. Jendli, C. Coombe & S. Troudi (eds.), Best Practice in English Teaching, TESOL Arabia Publications, Dubai,  (pp.193-206).
Mohnot, R. (with Wan Yusouff) (2006) Emerging Trends In Asian Financial Markets: Evidences From Malaysia During The Last Decade And Its Economic Implications, in Globalization And East Asia: Opportunities & Challenges, Haworth Press, USA.

 

Mohnot, R. (2005) Changing Pattern of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Asian Region: Issues, Motives and Strategies for Economic Development, in WASD Outlook 2005, World Association for Sustainable Development and Emerald, U.K, pp. 121-135.

Mohnot, R. (1993) (with R. Kankaria) Securities Market Regulations and Investors Protection, in Security Market In India, Book Treasure, INDIA, pp. 561-565.

Mohnot, R. (1993) (with R. Kankaria and M.S. Rathore)  Growth Shares of Mutual Funds: Investors Benefited Substantially or Not? In Security Market in India, Books Treasure, INDIA, pp. 557-560.

Mohnot, R. (1993) (with S. Gemawat and H. Kulkarni) Brokers Practices: How Fair and How Unfair?  In Security Market In India, Books Treasure, INDIA, pp. 549-551.

Paris, C. (2010) The Virtualization of Backpacker Culture: Virtual Moorings, Sustained Interactions, and Enhanced Mobilities, in eds. K. Hannam and Anya, Backpacker Tourists: Experiences and Mobilities.  Channel View Publications: Clevedon. p 40-63.

Smith, L. (with M. Bell & L. Vrazalic) (2008) International outcomes through groupwork in transnational higher education, in eds. M. Wallace and L. Dunn, Teaching in Transnational Higher Education: Offshore and International Students, Routledge, New York, pp. 148-159
Smith, L. (2007) One Size Fits All? Faculty Professional Development Workshops in a Multicultural Context, in eds. D. Palfreyman and D. McBride, Learning and Teaching Across Cultures in Higher Education, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 158-176.

 

Stephenson, M.L. (with N. Ali) (2010) Tourism, Travel and Islamophobia: Post 9/11 Journeys of Muslims in Non-Muslim States, in N. Scott and J. Jafari, Tourism in the Muslim World. Emerald Group Publishing Limited – A volume in the ‘Bridging Tourism Theory and Practice’ Series edited by Jafar Jafari, Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd, Bingley, pp. 235-252.

Stephenson, M.L. (2007) The Socio-Political Implications of Rural Racism and Tourism Experiences, in J. Tribe and D. Airey, New Directions, Critical Challenges and Fresh Applications in Tourism Research, Elsevier, pp. 171-184.

 

Stephenson, M.L., (2007) Travelling to the Ancestral Homelands: The Aspirations and Experiences of a UK Caribbean Community, in D. Timothy, The Heritage Tourism Experience, Ashgate, Aldershot.
Stephenson, M.L. (2004) Tourism, Racism and the UK Afro-Caribbean Diaspora, in T. Coles and D. Timothy, Tourism, Diasporas and Space, Routledge, London, pp. 62-77.

 

Sutton, J. (1996). All in the garden is not dim sum. In Edwards, J.S.A. (Ed), Culinary Arts and Sciences I, Global and National Perspectives, (pp. 363-374), Southampton: UK, Computational Mechanics Publications

Sutton, J. (1997). One hotel – two systems.  In Teriovski, M.,(Ed). Relevant Research in Quality Management I (pp. 227-235) Melbourne, Australia: Monash University Quality Management Research Unit.

Sutton, J. (1998). Towards a service quality framework through employee empowerment. In Teriovski, M. (Ed). Relevant Research in Quality Management II (pp. 197-205) Melbourne, Australia: Monash University Quality Management Research Unit,

Sutton, J. (1998). The rise and fall of Western style fine dining restaurants: the Hong Kong case.  In Edwards, J.S.A. and Lee-Ross D. (Eds). Culinary Arts and Sciences II, Global and National Perspectives, (pp. 155-167), Southampton: UK, Computational Mechanics Publications

Sutton J. (1999) (with Dewald, B.W.A.) Hospitality employee’s empowerment for total quality service and TQM; In Ho Samuel K. M. (Ed). TQM and Innovation; (pp. 98-106) Hong Kong, HKBU School of Business

 

Vrazalic, L. (with R.C., Macgregor) (2009) E-Commerce adoption barriers in small businesses and the differential effects of gender. In W. Hu (Eds.), Selected Readings on Electronic Commerce Technologies Contemporary Applications. United Kingdom: IGI Global, pp. 429-451

 

Vrazalic, L. (with M. Bell and l. Smith) (2008) International Outcomes through Groupwork in Transnational Higher Education, in Dunn, L. and Wallace, M. (eds.) Teaching in Transnational Education: Enhancing Learning for Offshore and International Students, Routledge.
Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor) (2007) Strategic Alliances and E-commerce Adoption in Regional SMEs: A Comparative Study of Swedish and Australian Regional SMEs, in Al-Hunter, G. (ed) Strategic Use of Information Technology for Global Organizations, IGI Global, pp. 155-198.
Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor) (2005) The Shifting Sands of E-Commerce: An Investigation of the Mapping Between Expected and Actual E-commerce Benefits in Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs). In Al-Qirim, N. (ed) Global Electronic Business Research: Contemporary Issues, Implications and Future Trends, IDEA Group Publishing.
Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor) (2005) The Role of Strategic Alliances in the Perceptionof Benefits and Disadvantages of E-Commerce Adoption in SMEs, in Khosrow-Pour, M. (ed) Advanced Topics in Electronic Commerce, IDEA Group Publishing.
Vrazalic, L., (with R.C. MacGregor, D. Bunker, S. Carlson and M. Magnusson) (2005) Barriers to Electronic Commerce Adoption in Small Businesses in Regional Sweden, Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Volume I-III, IDEA Group Publishing.
Vrazalic, L. (with P. Hyland, P) (2005) The S3 Model: Measuring the Maturity of a Community Portal, Encyclopedia of Developing Regional Communities with ICT, IDEA Group Publishing.


Refereed Journals / Articles

Awamleh, R. (with C. Fernandes) (2006). The Impact of Core Job dimensions on Satisfaction and Performance in an Expatriate Work Environment, The International Business & Economics Research Journal, 6(1), 65-76.
Awamleh, R. (with C. Fernandes) (2006). Diffusion of Internet Banking amongst educated consumers in a high income non-OECD country, Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce,11(3).
Awamleh, R. (with C. Fernandes) (2006) Impact of Organizational Justice in an Expatriate Work Environment, Management Research News, 29(11), 701-712.
Awamleh, R. (with C. Fernandes) (2005) Internet Banking: An Empirical Investigation into the Extent of Adoption by Banks and the Determinants of Customer Satisfaction in the United Arab Emirates. Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce. 10(1), 0509-05.
Awamleh, R. (with C. Fernandes) (2004) The Impact of Transformational and Transactional Leadership Styles on Employee’s Satisfaction and Performance: An Empirical Test in a Multicultural Environment. International Business and Economics Journal, 3(8).
Awamleh, R. (with J. Evans and A. Mahate (2004) A Test of Transformational Leadership Styles on Employees’ Satisfaction and Performance in the UAE Banking Sector, International Journal of Comparative Management, 8(1), 3-19.

 

Awamleh, R. (with S. Jones, M. Singleton) (2004). The Impact of Socio-political Context upon the Efficacy of Customer Service Training: A United Arab Emirates case study, The Australian Journal of Business and Social Inquiry. 2(3), 3-20.

Awamleh, R. (with H. Dmour) (2004). The Impact of Transformational Leadership on Job Satisfaction and Self-Perceived Performance of Banking Employees, The International Business & Economics Research Journal, 3(11), 29-41.
Awamleh, R. (2003) Toward a Model of Charismatic Non-verbal Impression Management, The International Business and Economics Research Journal. 2(10), 27-37.
Awamleh, R. (with J. Evans and A. Mahate) (2003) Internet Banking in Emerging Markets: The Case of Jordan, Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce. 8(1), 0306-03.
Awamleh, R. (with H. Dmour) (2002). The Effects of Transactional and Transformational Leadership Styles on Salespeople Performance and Job Satisfaction: A Study of the Jordanian Industrial Sector. Dirasat, Administrative Sciences, 29(1), 247-261.
Awamleh, R. (with W. Gardner) (1999) Perceptions of Leader Charisma and Effectiveness: The Effects of Vision Content, Delivery, and Organizational Performance. Leadership Quarterly, 10(3), 345-373.

Baddar, L. (with O.M. Karatepe) (2006) An Empirical Study of the Selected Consequences of Frontline Employees’ Work-Family Conflict and Family-Work Conflict, Tourism Management, 27(5), 1017-1028.
Baddar, L. (with O.M. Karatepe, O. Uludag, I. Menevis, and L. Hadzimehmedagic) (2006) The Effects of Selected Individual Characteristics on Frontline Employee Performance and Job Satisfaction, Tourism Management, 27(4), 547-560.

 

Els, L. (2010) The effects of organisational culture on contingent knowledge workers. in V. Vlaiman, Talent Management of Knowledge Workers, Palgrave Macmillan: New York.

Els, L. (2003) Continuing Professional Development. Pharmaciae. 11(1).

 

Epps, A. and Demangeot, C. (2013) “The rainbow of diversity versus the rain of fragmentation: The futures of multicultural marketing in the UAE” Foresight Journal’s Special Issue:  “Is the Middle East the land of the Future?”

 

Epps, A. (with S.Wilkins) (2010) Student evaluation websites as potential sources of consumer information in the United Arab Emirates, International Journal of Educational Management.

Epps, A. (2010) Baby You Can Drive My Car: Using Local Community Customers to Develop Marketing Communications’, International Journal of Innovation and Regional Development, 2(1/2), 66-33.

Epps, A. (2009) A Creative Drive: Student, University and Industrial Collaboration, World Journal of Management, 1(1), 39-48.

Epps, A. (with R. Govers and F. Go) (2008) A History of Internet Purchasing: Suggestions for Web-Based Entrepreneurs and SMEs, Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, 10(1) 4-18.

Epps, A. (2008) All Generalisations Are Dangerous Including This One: Pigeon-Holing On-Line Purchases, Journal of Business and Economics Research, 6(6), 55-66.

Fernandes, C. (with A. Karnik) (2010) Estimating Elasticity of Demand for Tourism in Dubai, Tourism Analysis, 15(1), 57-69.

 

Fernandes, C. (with Karnik, A.) (2009) Natural Resource Dependence :A Macroeconometric Model for the United Arab Emirates. Applied Economics, 41 (9).

 

Fernandes, C. (with A. Karnik) (2007) Natural Resource Dependence: A Macroeconometric Model for the United Arab Emirates, Applied Economics, 41(9).

Fernandes, C. (with R. Awamleh) (2006) Impact of Organizational Justice in an Expatriate Work Environment. Management Research News, 29(11), 701-712.
Fernandes, C. (with R. Awamleh) (2006). The Impact of Core Job dimensions on Satisfaction and Performance in an Expatriate Work Environment. The International Business & Economics Research Journal, 6(1), 65-76.

 

Fernandes, C. (with R. Awamleh) (2006). Diffusion of Internet Banking Amongst Educated Consumers in a High Income Non-OECD Country, Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce,11(3).
Fernandes, C. (with R. Awamleh) (2005). Internet Banking: An Empirical Investigation into the Extent of Adoption by Banks and the Determinants of Customer Satisfaction in the United Arab Emirates, Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, 10(1), 0509-05.
Fernandes, C (with R. Awamleh) (2004) The Impact of Transformational and Transactional Leadership Styles on Employee’s Satisfaction and Performance: An Empirical Test in a Multicultural Environment, International Business and Economics Journal, 3(8).
Hartman, E., Paris, C., & Blache-Cohen, B. (2014) Fair Trade Learning: Ethical Standards for International Volunteer Tourism. Tourism and Hospitality

Hyland, L., Ni Mhaille, G., McGilloway, S., & Lodge, A. (2013). Conduct problems in young, school-going children in Ireland: prevalence and teacher response. School Psychology International, in press.

Hyland, L.A. (with S. McGilloway) (2011). Positive classrooms, positive children. InTouch. 120, 46-47.

 

Hussain, F. and Wood, S. (2009) Modelling the Efficiencies and Interactions of Attentional Networks. In Paletta, L., and Tsotsos, J.K. Eds., Attention in Cognitive Systems. Lecture Notes in Computer Science – LNAI 5395, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany, pp139-152.

 

Hussain, F, Abidi, S, and Ali Raza, S. A Knowledge Management Approach to Link Tacit  and Explicit Knowledge in the Healthcare Industry; Journal of Information and Communication Technology            Vol. 1, No. 1, (Summer 2005) 63-74.

 

Lalvani, M and Karnik, A: “Growth, Welfare and Fiscal Discipline: The problem of incompatible objectives in Budget 2013-14”. Economic and Political Weekly, March 30, 2013.

 

Karnik, A (2013) “Pricing Of Cricketers: The Experience of Two IPL Auctions” (2013) International Journal of Sport Finance. (lead article)

 

Karnik A. (with L. Mala) (forthcoming) Growth Performance of Indian States, Empirical Economics.

Karnik, A., (with C. Fernandes) (2010) Estimating Elasticity of Demand for Tourism in Dubai, Tourism Analysis, 15, No 1, pp. 57-69.

 

Karnik, A. (with L. Mala) (2009) Heterogeneity in Growth Processes: Estimating Growth

Regressions using Panel Data, International Economic Journal, 23: 4, 561 — 590

Online publication date: 09 December 2009

 

Karnik, A. (forthcoming) Valuing Cricketers Using Hedonic Price Models, Journal of Sport Economics, Available online, Nov, 2009, DOI 10.1177/1527002509350442.

Karnik, A. (with Cedwyn Fernandes) (2009) Assessing UAE’s Oil Dependence – An Optimal Control Approach, Education, Business and Society: Contemporary Middle Eastern Issues, 2(2).

 

Karnik, A. (With Cedwyn Fernandes) (2009) Natural Resource Dependence: A Macroeconometric Model for the United Arab Emirates, Applied Economics, 41

 

Karnik, A. (with Mala Lalvani) (2008) An Examination of the Flypaper Effect Incorporating Spatial Interdependence, Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, Vol. 20, Issue 2.

Karnik, A. (2008) Transformations, Then and Now: The Appeal of Karl Polanyi, Economic and Political Weekly, Nov-Dec.

Karnik, A. (2006) State Finances: Continuous Deterioration, Bleak Prospects, Journal of the Indian School of Political Economy, September.

 

Karnik, A. (with Mala Lalvani) (2005) Urban Local Governments And The Flypaper Effect: Empirical Evidence From A Panel Of Indian Jurisdictions, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 35(2), Spring.

Karnik, A. (with Anita Rath and J.C. Sharma) (2004) Reforming Property Tax System: Simulated Results for Mumbai City, Economic and Political Weekly, August 21.

 

Karnik, A. (2003) Why Do Governments Lack Political Will? An Explanation from the Transaction Cost Perspective, Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice, No. 1.

 

Karnik, A. (2002) Overcoming Political Obstacles to Economic Reforms via Redistribution, Economic and Political Weekly, May 27.

 

Karnik, A. (2002) Role of Institutions in Economic Development: The Importance of Constitutions, Journal of the Indian School of Political Economy, January-March.

 

Karnik, A. (2002) Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Bill: Offering Credible Commitments, Economic and Political Weekly, January 19.

 

Karnik, A. (2000) Microsoft, Competition and Competition Policy, Economic and Political Weekly, August 5-12.

 

Karnik, A. (with Abhay Pethe) (2000) Do Indian Stock Markets Matter? Stock Market Indices and Macroeconomic Variables, Economic and Political Weekly, January 29 – February 4.

 

Karnik, A.  (with D.M. Nachane and N. Hatekar) (1997), Interest Rate Imbroglio”, Economic and Political Weekly, May 31.

 

Karnik, A.  (1997) Look Back in Anguish: A Review Article. Journal of the Indian School of Political Economy, January-March.

 

Karnik, A. (with Mala Lalvani) (1996) Interest Groups, Subsidies and Public Goods: The Farm Lobby in Indian Agriculture, Economic and Political Weekly, March.

 

Karnik, A. (1996) Why Do Structural Adjustment Programmes Go Awry? Political Economy Perspective, Cybernetics and Systems: An International Journal, January 1.

 

Karnik, A.  (1996) Investigating Linkages between Stock Markets using Co-integration and Causality Testing Procedures, International Journal of Development Banking, January.

 

Karnik, A. (with M.J.M. Rao) (1994), Economic Systems, Political Structures and Human Rights, Bulletin of Economic Research, April.
Karnik, A. (with M.J.M. Rao) (1994) An Evaluation of Indian Planning Models and Alternative Design Structures: Theoretical Foundations and Technical Implications, Journal of the Indian School of Political Economy, April-June.

 

Karnik, A. (with Abhay Pethe) (1992) Financing Government Expenditure with Minimal Inflation: An Optimal Control Approach, Journal of the Indian School of Political Economy, October-December.

 

Karnik, A. (1992) Savings of the Private Corporate Sector: A Review Article, Journal of the Indian School of Political Economy, January-March.

 

Karnik, A. (1991) Administered Prices, Budget Deficits and Growth: Some Implications for the Indian Economy Using Optimal Control Methods, Journal of the Indian School of Political Economy, January-March.

 

Karnik, A.  (1990) Elections and Government Expenditures: The Indian Evidence, Journal of Quantitative Economics, January.

 

Karnik, A.  (1988) Public Expenditure and National Income: An Examination of the Causal Mechanism, Indian Journal of Quantitative Economics, Vol. 4.

 

Karnik, A. (with D.M. Nachane and R.M. Nadkarni) (1988) Co-integration and Causality Testing of the Energy-G.D.P. Relationship: A Cross-country Study, Applied Economics, 20(11).

 

Kashi, A, (2013), “Influence of psychiatric labeling on Social Distancing” Gulf Medical Journal.

 

King, M. (2013). Championing Indian TESOL teachers in the Arabian Gulf, The Journal for ESL Teachers and Learners, Vol.2, No. 1, pp.24-32.

 

King, M. (2011, January). From paper to proposal: Presenting through the 3 P’s, TESOL Arabia Perspectives, 18/1, 45-46.

 

King, M. (2013). Championing Indian TESOL teachers in the Arabian Gulf, The Journal for ESL Teachers and Learners, Vol.2, No. 1, pp.24-32.

 

Mohnot, R. (2011) Forecasting FOREX in Turbulent Times, International Journal of Business Research,  5, No. 1.

Mohnot, R. (2010) Performance Measurement Strategy in Aviation Industry: A Reference to Low-Cost Carrier Segment, International Journal of Excellence in Tourism, Hospitality and Catering, 3(1).

Mohnot, R. (2009) Examining Volatility Clustering in Exchange Rates of Emerging Markets, Al Ghurair University Journal of Management, 1(1) pp. 13-31.

Mohnot, R. (2007) Changing Pattern of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Asian Region: Issues, Motives and Strategies for Economic Development, World Review of Management and Sustainable Development Journal, 3(2) pp. 158-169.

Mohnot, R. (2005) Determinants of an Optimal Debt – Equity Choice: Reviewing the Changing Paradigms, 128, Bankers’ Journal Malaysia, June Issue, pp. 21-32.

Mohnot, R. (2005) Mergers and Restructuring: Managerial Aspects in a Valuation Framework, Singapore Accountant Journal, 21(6) pp. 36-40.

Mohnot, R. (2004) Managing Translation Exposure – Towards a Strategic Approach, Summer Global Journal for International Financial Analysts, 5.

Mohnot, R. (2001) (with R. Jamaluddin) Capital Markets: Dynamics Towards Realism, The Journal of Akauntan Nasional, 14(9) pp. 22-25.

Mohnot, R. (2001) (with S. Kumar) Commercial Banks and Entrepreneurship Development: The Malaysian and Indian Perspectives, Bankers’ Journal Malaysia, No. 119, pp. 22-27.

Paris, C., Knopf, R., & Andereck, K. (2013) Tourism Visioning: Implementing a Primary Stakeholder Approach. Tourism Review International, 17(4)

Paris, C (with K. Hannam & G. Butler) “Developments and Key Issues in Tourism Mobilities” in Annals of Tourism Research.

 

Paris, C. (2013). Surveying ‘Hard to Sample’ Backpackers through Facebook? Employing a Mixed-Mode Dual Frame Procedure. In- Anatolia: An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research.

 

Paris, C. (with E. Hartman & B. Cohen) Tourism and Transparency: Navigating Ethical Risks in Volunteerism with Fair Trade Learning. Accepted for publication in the journal Africa Insight.

Paris, C. (with Lee, W. ) ‘Knowledge Sharing and Social Technology Acceptance Model: Promoting Local Events and Festivals through Facebook’ accepted for publication in the journal: Tourism Analysis

 

Paris, C. (with T. Tyrrell and V. Biaett)  “A Quantified Triple Bottom Line for Tourism: Experimental Results”   In the  Journal of Travel Research

 

Paris, C, Stephenson, M (2013)  Special issue “Emerging topics and perspectives in Tourism” in the International Journal of Tourism Policy. 7 articles based on papers presented  in the tourism track of our first ERPBSS conference.

Editorial- Cody Morris Paris and Marcus Stephenson

The Role of Demographics and Travel Motivation in Traveller’ Use of the Internet Before, During and After a Trip. – Jan Moller Jensen and Anne-Mette Hjalager

A Critical Assessment of the Role of Fashion in Influencing Travel Decision and Destination Choice- Clifford Lewis, Greg Kerr, and Lois Burgess

Perceived Risk, Satisfaction, and Future Behavior of Windsurfers: A Segmentation Perspective- Girish Prayag and Miran Jankee

The Politicisation and Contradictions of Neo-Liberal Tourism- Aram Eisenschitz

Tourism and the Challenge of Arctic Governance- Tereza Horesjova and Cody Morris Paris

The Influence of Motivations on the Image of Nonhotel Tourist Accommodation Offering- Sergio Moreno-Gil and Josefa D. Martin-Santana

The Relationship Between Corporate and Regional Reputation Management and Purchasing Behavior: An Application on Tourists in Ankara Region- Yuksel Ozturk, Serdar Cop, and Rana Allahyari Sani

 

Paris, C and Hannam, M (2013) Special Issue of the e-Review of Tourism Research on Independent Travel . The Special issue is based upon papers presented at the ATLAS Interdependent Travel Research Group conference held in January 2013 in Beirut, Lebanon co sponsored by Lebanese International University, Middlesex University Dubai and Leeds Metropolitan University.

  1. Independent Travel: Creative Tactics in the Margins Michael O’ Regan (Surrey International Institute, Dongbei University of Finance and Economics)
  2. Online booking: an opportunity or a threat to retail travel agents? The case of Lebanon Baghdadi Ibrahim (Lebanese International University)
  3. Hospitality and the Lebanese Diaspora: A critical perspective Ali Abdallah (University of Sunderland) & Kevin Hannam (Leeds Metropolitan University)
  4. The Role of the Regulations in the Development of the Tourism Sector in Lebanon Antoine Accaoui (Lebanese International University)
  5. Understanding the Role of Visas in Travel to Developing Destinations: The case of Suriname Nesseley Louisville (Embassy of Suriname in Paris, France)
  6. Exploring the Influence of Facebook on Backpacker’s Social Experience in Hostels Edward Alexander Berger (University of Copenhagen) & Cody Morris Paris (Middlesex University Dubai)
  7. International Tourism and Political Crisis in the Arab World – from 9/11 to the “Arab Spring” Ala Al-Hamarneh (University of Mainz).

 

Paris, C. (2012) Flashpackers: An Emerging Sub-Culture? Annals of Tourism Research. (In Press: Available online)

Paris, C. (with S. Hopkins, & T. Westbrook)  (2011). Tourists Perceptions of Climate Change in Cairns, Australia. eReview of Tourism Research. 9(6)

Paris, C. (with V. Teye) (2011) ‘Cruise Line Industry and Caribbean tourism: Guests’ Motivations, Activities and Destination Preferences’, Tourism Review International. 14(1), pp. 29-42.

Paris, C. (2011). Social Constructivism and Tourism Education. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport, and Tourism Education. 10(2), pp. 103-108. http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/assets/hlst/documents/johlste/vol10no2/PP3385Paris103to108.pdf

Paris, C. & Teye, V. (2011) Segmenting the cruise market: An application of Multiple Correspondence Analysis. Tourism Analysis. 16(5), 617-621.

Paris, C. (with G. Nyaupane and V. Teye) (2011).  Study abroad motivations, destination selection and pre-trip attitude formation. International Journal of Tourism Research, 13(3), 205-217.

Paris, C. (with V. Teye) (2010) Understanding Backpacker Motivations: A Travel Career Approach, Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management. 19, pp. 1-16. (Previously Journal of Hospitality & Leisure Marketing).

Paris, C. (with T. Tyrrell and M. Casson) (2010) Evaluating Tourism Community Preferences. Tourism Analysis, 15(1), pp. 121-124.

Paris, C. (2010) A Structural Model of Personal Values and Activity Participation for Backpacker Tourists, Annals of Leisure Research 13(1-2), pp. 239-258.

Paris, C. (with G. Nyaupane and V. Teye) (2010). Why do students study abroad? Exploring motivations beyond earning academic credits. Tourism Analysis. 15(2), pp 263-267.

Paris, C. (with G.  Nyaupane and V. Teye) (2008) Innocents Abroad: Attitude Change Toward Host Countries, Annals of Tourism Research. 35(3) pp. 650-667.

Pietschnig, J., Nader, I. W., & Voracek, M. (2012). Chronobiologie und Saisonalität [Chronobiology and seasonality]. In G. Sonneck, N. D. Kapusta, G. Tomandl, & M. Voracek (Eds.), Krisenintervention und Suizidverhütung [Crisis intervention and suicide prevention] (pp. 282-286). 6th extended ed. Vienna, Austria: UTB facultas.wuv. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology (Impact Factor = 1.521):

 

Pietschnig, J., Tran, U. S., & Voracek, M. (2013). Item-response theory modeling of IQ gains (the Flynn effect) on crystallized intelligence: Rodgers’ hypothesis yes, Brand’s hypothesis perhaps. Intelligence, in press.

 

Purohit, H. and Kumar, V. (2013), “Managing Uncertainty: An empirical analysis of human risk management in logistics industry of Dubai”, Journal of Business and Research,  with ISSN 0975 – 7996.

 

Ross, K, Meraj, M, Fernandes, C (2013)  “Understanding Student Satisfaction and Loyalty in the UAE HE Sector” International Journal of Educational Management.

 

Sayani, H. and Miniaoui, H. (2013). Determinants of Bank Selection in the United Arab Emirates. International Journal of Bank Marketing, Volume 31, Issue 3.

 

Schild, A. H. E., Nader, I. W., Pietschnig, J., & Voracek, M. (2013). Ethnicity moderates the association between 5-HTTLPR and national suicide rates. Archives of Suicide Research, in press.

 

Schild, A. H. E., Pietschnig, J., Tran, U. S., & Voracek, M. (2013). Genetic association studies between SNPs and suicidal behavior: A meta-analytical field synopsis. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, in press.

 

Smith, L., (2009) ‘Sinking in the Sand? Academic Work in an Offshore Campus of an Australian University’, Higher Education Research and Development, 28(5), 467-479.

Smith, L. (2006) Teachers’ Conceptions of Teaching at a Gulf university: A Starting Point for Revising a Teacher Development Program. Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Gulf Perspectives. 3(1) Available: http://www.zu.ac.ae/lthe/vol3no1/lthe03_01_02.html 

Stephenson M, (2012), Tourism, Development and ‘Destination Dubai’: Cultural Dilemmas and Challenges”, Current Issues in Tourism.

 

Stephenson, ML (with RV. Bianchi) “Deciphering Tourism and Citizenship in a Globalized World”, to be published in the journal of ‘Tourism Management’.

 

Stephenson, ML.;  (2013)  “Deciphering ‘Islamic Hospitality’: Developments, Challenges and Opportunities” , Tourism Management.

 

Stephenson, M. (with J. Ali-Knight), (2010) Dubai’s Tourism Industry and its Societal Impact: Social Implications and Sustainable Challenges, the ‘Middle East and North Africa Special Issue’, of the Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 8(4), pp. 278-292.

Stephenson, M.L. (with K. Russell and D. Edgar) (2010) Islamic Hospitality in the UAE: Indigenization of Products and Human Capital, Journal of Islamic Marketing, 1(4), pp. 9-24. This paper was a ‘Highly Commended Award Winner’ at the Emerald Literati Awards for Excellence 2011 for co-authored article on Islamic Hospitality for the Journal of Islamic Marketing.

Stephenson, M.L. (with D. Luck) (2009) A Critical Evaluation of the Fundamental Elements of Customer Relationship Management within the Hotel Industry, Tourism Today, No. 9, pp. 7-26.

Stephenson, M.L. (with P. Baron and J. Ali-Knight) (2009) International Journal of Excellence in Tourism, Hospitality and Catering, 2(2), 1-41.

Stephenson, M.L., (with HY. Park) (2007) ‘A Critical Analysis of the Symbolic Significance of Heritage Tourism’, International Journal of Excellence in Tourism, Hospitality and Catering, 1(2).

Stephenson, M.L., (with R. Bianchi) (2007) ‘Journeying into the Lives of Others’: A Critical Analysis of Ethnography, Tourism and Tourists, International Journal of Excellence in Tourism, Hospitality and Catering, 1(1), 1-41.

Stephenson, M.L. (2006) Travel and the ‘Freedom of Movement’: Racialised Encounters and Experiences amongst Ethnic Minority Tourists in the EU, Journal of Mobilities, 1(2), pp. 285-306.

Stephenson, M.L. (with H.L. Hughes) (2005) Racialised Boundaries in Travel and Tourism: A Case Study of the UK Black Caribbean Community, Leisure Studies, 24(2), pp. 137-160.

Stephenson, M.L. (2002) Travelling to the Ancestral Homeland: The Aspirations and Experiences of a UK Caribbean Community, Current Issues in Tourism, 5(5), pp. 378-425.

Stephenson, M.L. (with H.L. Hughes) (1995) Holidays and the UK Afro-Caribbean Community, Tourism Management, 16(6), pp. 429-435.

Sutton, J. (2004) (with Verginis, C. and Eltvik, L.) Empowerment, customer satisfaction and the almighty dollar: an investigation into the operational implications of empowerment strategies in multi-cultural hotel environments. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, Vol.; 6; No.3;  pp. 77– 104.

 

Sutton, J. (2002). Out of the crisis again: a fresh look at the practical advantages of environmental management systems in hotels: Tourism Today; Vol. 1 No. 2 pp. 138-158.

Sutton J. (2000) (with Dewald, B.W. A.) Hospitality employee’s empowerment in Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland; Journal of Quality Assurance in Tourism and Hospitality, Vol. 1 No. 1 pp.57-65.

Sutton, J. (1999) (with Dewald, B.W. A.) Does Culture Make A Difference? The Quality Magazine. Vol. 8 No. 5 pp.140-148

Sutton, J. (1998)  (with Mwaura, G.N. and Davis D.J.) Corporate and National Culture – an irreconcilable dilemma for the hotel managers, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol 10: No.  6, 1998; pp.212-220

Sutton J. (1998) (with Pang C.K., Davis, D.J.)Doing business in China- the art of war? International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol 10 No.7 pp.272-282

Sutton, J. (1997) (with Tse, P.) Curriculum issues in the relationship between language, culture and learning: the case of food and beverage management teaching, Journal of Vocational Education and Training. Vol.49 No. 3 pp.367-384,

Sutton J. (1996) (with Huyton J.R.)  Employee perceptions of the hotel sector in the Peoples Republic of China. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 8 No. 1 pp 16-26.

 

Sutton, J. (1996). A profile of expatriate managers in China’s IJV hotels, Asia Journal of Business and Information Systems. Vol. 1, No. 2 pp 175-190

Sutton J. (1995) (with Huyton J.R.)   A host of guests and the guests of hosts. Estudios u Perspectivas en Turismo. Vol. 4 No. 2 pp 101-113.

Sutton, J. (1994) (with Huyton J.R.)  A cultural clash, revolution or reform; Australian Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol.1 No. 2 pp 29-35.

 

Vrazalic, L. (with R.C., MacGregor) (2007) Small Business Clusters and Their Role in Prioritising Barriers to E-Commerce Adoption: A Study of Two Approaches to Cluster Development, International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing, 1(3), 236-259.

Vrazalic, L. (with R.C., MacGregor) (2006) The Effect of Small Business Clusters in Prioritising Barriers to Ecommerce Adoption in Regional SMEs, The Journal of New Business Ideas and Trends, 4(1).

Vrazalic, L. (with R.C. MacGregor) (2006) E-Commerce Adoption Barriers in Small Businesses and the Differential Effects of Gender, Journal of E-Commerce in Organisations.

Vrazalic, L., (with R.C. MacGregor) (2005) E-Commerce Adoption in Small to Medium Enterprises: The Effects of Educational Background, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development.

Vrazalic, L. (with R.C. MacGregor) (2005) A Basic Model of Electronic Commerce Adoption Barriers: A Study of Regional Small Businesses in Sweden and Australia, Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 12(4).

Vrazalic, L. (with R.C. MacGregor) (2005) The Effects of Strategic Alliance Membership on the Disadvantages of Electronic Commerce Adoption: A Comparative Study of Swedish and Australian Small Businesses, Journal of Global Information Management, 13(3), 1-19.

 

Book Reviews

Karnik, A. (2008) Seeing the State: Governance and Governmentality in India (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) by Stuart Corbridge, Glyn Williams, Manoj Srivastava and Réne Véron, in Economic Development and Cultural Change, 56(3).

Karnik, A.  (2006) Control over Public Finance (Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi) by S.P. Ganguly in Journal of the Indian School of Political Economy, 18(3).

 

Karnik, A. (2005) Readings in Public Finance edited by Amersh Bagchi (Indian Economic Association (IEA) Trust for Research and Development), in Economic and Political Weekly, December 17.

 

Karnik, A. (2003) Development, Poverty and Fiscal Policy: Decentralisation of Institutions (Oxford India) by M. Govinda Rao (ed.) in Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 58(4).

 

Karnik, A. (1999) Black Economy in India (Penguin Books) by Arun Kumar in Journal Of the Indian School of Political Economy, 11(4).

Stephenson, M.L. (1998) ‘Anthropological Perspectives on Local Development: Knowledge and Sentiments in Conflict’ by S. Abraham and J. Waldren (Eds.), Routledge, London. In Focus, p. 19.

 

Other Published (non-refereed) Articles

Karnik, A. (2008) Capitalism: Dead Again?, Freedom First, December , No. 498.

 

Karnik, A. (with Neeraj Hatekar) (2005) Bharat Sarkarche Rajkoshiye Dhoran (in Marathi) Samaj Prabhodan Patrika, July-December.

 

Karnik, A. (2005) Budget 2005-06: Impressive Grandstanding but Empty Coffers, Economic and Political Weekly, April 2-8.

 

Karnik, A. (with Y.K. Alagh) (2004) Professor M.J. Manohar Rao: A Look Back at His Work, Journal of Quantitative Economics, New Series Volume 2, No. 2.

Karnik, A. (2003) Budget 2003-04: Ignoring Priorities, Economic and Political Weekly, March 22-28/April 4.

 

Karnik, A. (2003) Mid-Term Review 2002-03: How Useful Is it? Economic and Political Weekly, January 11-17.

 

Karnik, A. (2002) Direct Tax Reform: Merit in Gradualist Approach, Economic and Political Weekly, December 14-20.

 

Karnik, A. (2001) Slowdown of the Economy: Which Way Out? Economic and Political Weekly, October 20-26.

 

Karnik, A. (2001) Government Finances: Weaknesses Remain, Economic and Political Weekly, March 24-30.

 

Karnik, A. (2000) A Tale of Three States: Comparison of the Public Finances of J&K, Assam and Uttar Pradesh, New Hope (Annual Issues), November-December.

 

Karnik, A. (2000) Karl Polanyi’s The Great Transformation: Taking Liberties with History, New Quest: An Interdisciplinary Journal, January-March.

 

Karnik, A. (1998) Budget 1998-99: Focusing on Wrong Issues, Economic and Political Weekly, July 18-24/25-31.

 

Karnik, A. (1997) Theories of State Intervention, Journal of the University of Mumbai (Arts Number), April-September.

 

Karnik, A. (1997) An Analysis of Union Budget: 1997-98 From the Perspective of Devising an Appropriate Role of the State, Economic and Political Weekly, May 31.

 

Karnik, A. (1993) On Rent Seeking, Economic and Political Weekly, Oct. 30.

 

Karnik, A. (1992-93) Changing Role of the Government in the Context of the New Economic Policy, Journal of the Indian Institute of Public Administration (Special Issue).

 

Karnik, A. (with D.M. Nachane and others)  (1981) A Framework for Optimising Energy Consumption: A Case Study of Indian Railways, The Indian Economic Journal, Vol.30.

 

Karnik, A. (with D.M. Nachane and others) (1981) Forecasting Freight and Passenger Traffic on Indian Railways: A Generalized Adaptive Filtering Approach, The Indian Economic Journal, Vol.29.

 

Karnik, A. (with M.J.M. Rao) (1978) Optimization in Transportation Systems: A Survey,

Journal of the University of Bombay, Arts Number (No.83).

 

King, M. (2010, August). Research into IELTS washback at SMC, Centre for Teaching and Learning Newsletter, No. 3, pp. 8-9.

 

Stephenson, M.L. (1994) White of the Eye: Perceiving Manchester’s Heritage, Tourism in Focus, No 12. pp 14-15.

Sutton J. (1992). Moving Towards Quality Service, The Hong Kong Manager, July/Aug. pp. 27-30

Sutton, J. (1995). Attitudes and Perceptions of Hotel Staff in China towards Their Industry, Asian Hotel and Catering Times, June Issue, pp.12-15

 

Conference Papers (Refereed)

Academic Conferences (Refereed Proceedings) 

Awamleh, R. (with Z. Swaidan) (2008) Culture and Academic Dishonesty. The 8th International Business Research Conference (World Business Institute, Australia), Dubai, UAE, March 27-28.

Awamleh, R. (with C. Fernandes) (2006) The Impact of Organisational Justice on Employee’s Satisfaction and Performance: An Empirical Test in a Multi-Cultural Environment. The 33rd Annual Conference, UK Chapter of the Academy of International Business (AIB), Manchester, UK, April 10-12.

Awamleh, R. (with C. Fernandes) (2006) A Test of the Core Job Dimensions in JCM on Employee’s Satisfaction and Self-Perceived Performance in a Multicultural Environment. Business & Economics Society International Conference, Florence, Italy, July 15-19.

Awamleh, R., (with S. Khalili) (2005) Charismatic Leadership and Self-assessed Follower Performance as Moderated by the Romance of Leadership and Self-esteem: The case of Iran. The 32nd Annual Conference,, UK Chapter of the Academy of International Business (AIB) Bath UK, April 9-11.

Awamleh, R. (with S. Jones) (2004) A Comparison between the Leadership Styles, Subordinates Styles, and Team Roles of New Recruits and Experienced Managers: A United Arab Emirates Study. The 3rd International Leadership Conference, Exeter, UK, December 15-16.

Awamleh, R. (with S. Jones and M. Singleton) (2004) The impact of socio-political context upon the efficacy of customer service training: A United Arab Emirates case study. The Global HRM Conference, Paris, France, March 20-23.

Awamleh, R. (2003) Transformational leadership in an international context: the case of Jordan. The Academy of International Business, The UK Chapter, Leicester De Montfort University, April 11-12, Leicester, De Montfort University.

Awamleh, R. (2003) Charismatic Non-Verbal Impression Management. The International Applied Business Research Conference, Acapulco, Mexico, March 17- 21. (Best Paper Award – Management).

Awamleh, R. (with W. Gardner) (1997) Charismatic Leadership & Organizations. Southern Academy of Management Association Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA, November 12-16, Proceedings, pages 76-78.

Bashir, E. (2005) Trading Precision for Throughput in XPath Processing. Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on XQuery Implementation, Experience and Perspectives in cooperation with ACM SIGMOD, June 16-17, 2005, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.

Bashir, E. (2005) Relaxing Result Accuracy for Performance in Publish/Subscribe Systems. Web Information Systems Engineering – WISE 2005. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering, New York, NY, USA, November 20-22.

Edensor, L (2012) Synecdochic representations of Patriarchal Ideology and of Nationality: Catherine Mansfield and the Germans, Katherine Mansfield and Continental Europe, Universitas Catholica, Ruzomberok, June 27-29th 2012

Edensor, L (2011) Mixing with the Digital Natives: An investigation of the efficacy of Facebook as an academic tool in an offshore campus, The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011

Edensor, L. (2010) Time for a change: the influence of the writings of Henri Bergson and Arthur Symons on the short stories of Katherine Mansfield. The Underworld and The Blooms Berries: Katherine Mansfield Symposium 4-5th June 2010 Melbourne, Australia.

 

Els, L. (with M. Balakrishnan) Customer Relationship Management: Are Companies Getting Divorced From Reality? Oxford Business and Economics Conference. 22-24 June 2008.

Els, L. (with P. Vorster) Strategic Human Resource Management in the UAE: Lessons to be learned from Flight 401. 5th International Business Research Conference. 26 – 27 April 2007.

Epps, A. (2011) Vive la difference! Marketing in the UAE, multicultural consumers, marketplaces and servicescapes. The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011.

Epps, A. (with Wilkins, S) (2010) Kiss it better or the kiss of death? The perception of student feedback websites in Dubai. Middlesex University International Conference of Vocational, Professional and Workplace Learning,   Intercollege, Larnaca , Cyprus. June 23-26.

Epps, A. (2010) Blood is thicker than water, the challenges and opportunities facing family business in the United Arab Emirates during an economic crisis, International Family Enterprise Research Academy (IFERA) CHINA Family Business Forum, Beijing Institute of Technology, Zhuhai Campus, Guangdong Province, China, 13th-15th January.

 

Epps, A. (2009) Test-driving community entrepreneurship, a living case study of industry and higher education working in tandem, Entrepreneurship or Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Policy Conference 2009, Singapore Management University, Singapore, June.

 

Epps, A. (2008) An excellent vehicle for the learning organisation, university/industry synergy,

the case of the luxury car, Annual London Conference on Money, Economy and Management

Proceedings, Imperial College.

 

Epps, A. (2007) Who’s afraid of the world wide web? web-based shoppers, new taxonomies,

European Applied Business Research Proceedings, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

 

Epps, A. (with R. Govers and F. Go) (2007) Spirits of web-based shopping past,

Present and future: new destinations for on-line Purchasing, with , 5th International Business

Research Conference, Dubai, UAE.

 

Epps, A. (2006) A classification of web-based shoppers”, 2nd International Conference on

Business & Management Proceedings, Yasar, Turkey.

 

Epps, A. (2004) On-line shopping influences and typologies – an expatriate consumer

Behavioural perspective, American Society of Business and Behavioural Science Conference

Proceedings, Las Vegas, USA.
Fernandes, C. (2007) (with R. MacGregor and L. Vrazalic) Factors Affecting the Perception of Barriers to E-commerce Adoption in Australian Regional SMEs – Lessons for UAE. Paper Presented at CollECTer 2007 Conferenece, Melbourne, Australia, December.

Fernandes, C. (with R. Awamleh) (2006) The Impact of Organisational Justice on Employee’s Satisfaction and Performance: An Empirical Test in a Multi-Cultural Environment”. Paper to be presented at the 33rd Annual Conference April 2006, UK Chapter of the Academy of International Business (AIB) Manchester UK.

Fernandes, C. (with R. Awamleh) (2005) Diffusion of Internet Banking amongst Educated Consumers in a High Income non-OECD Country. The International Business Research Conference, World Business Institute, Sydney, Australia, December 14-16.

Fernandes, C. (with R. Awamleh) (2005) Empirical Investigation of Internet Banking in the UAE: Bank Adoption Levels in the Context of Customer Satisfaction and Influencers of Adoption among Potential Users. The 32nd Annual Conference,, UK Chapter of the Academy of International Business (AIB) Bath UK, April 9-11.

Fernandes, C. (with A. Karnik) (2005) Macroeconometric Modeling for an Oil Dependent Economy: An Instruments-Targets Approach for the UAE Economy. Paper presented at Economic Research Forum, ERF, 12th Annual Conference at Cairo, December.

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Fernandes, C. (with R. Awamleh) (2004) A Test of Transformational leadership in a multicultural environment: The case of UAE. The European Applied Business Research Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, June 14-18 (Best Paper Award – Management).

Hussain, F. (2011) A Knowledge Management Application In Clinical Practice: Tacit-Explicit Knowledge Morphing System (TEKMS). First International Conference on
Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences.
22-24 November, 2011 at Dubai, UAE.

Hussain, F, (2011) Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues In Digital Forensics. First International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences. 22-24 November 2011 at Dubai, UAE.

Hussain, F. and  Wood, S. (2009) Modeling the Performance of Children on the Attentional Network Test.  The 9th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM 2009), Manchester, UK, July, 2009.

 

Hussain, F & Wood, S. (2009) Computational Modelling of Deficits in Attentional Networks in mild Traumatic Brain Injury: An Application in Neuropsychology. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci09), Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 2009.

 

Hussain, F and Wood, S. (2008) Modelling the Efficiencies and Interactions of Attentional Networks. 5th International Workshop on Attention in Cognitive Systems – WAPCV 2008 held in Santorini, Greece,  May 12-15, 2008.

 

 

Hussain, F, and Wood, S. (2008) A Cognitive Model of Attentional Networks. The third international conference on cognitive science held in Moscow, June 20-25, 2008. Poster

 

Hussain, F, and Wood, S. (2008) Modelling Attentional Networks: The Modulation Effects and Simulation of Alzheimer’s Disease. The 30th annual meeting of cognitive science held in Washington DC, July 23-26. Poster

 

Hussain, F and Abidi, S. (2005) Morphing Tacit and Explicit Medical Knowledge: Providing Multi-Faceted Medical Decision Support. 10th International Symposium on Health Information Management Research (iSHIMR2005), Thessaloniki (Greece), Sept. 22-24 2005.

 

Hussain, F and Abidi, S. (2005) A Knowledge Management Framework to Morph Clinical Cases with Clinical Practice Guidelines. 19th International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Informatics (MIE2005), Geneva, August 28 – Sept. 01 2005.

 

Hussain, F, Abidi, S and Ali Raza, S. (2005) Towards Knowledge Morphing: A Triangulation Approach To Link Tacit And Explicit Knowledge, Proceedings of ICICT Pakistan, August 2005.

 

Hussain, F and Ali Raza, (2004) S. A Knowledge Management Framework to Operationalize Experiential Knowledge: Mapping Tacit Medical Knowledge with Explicit Practice Guidelines, Proceedings of NCET-Pakistan December 2004.

 

Hyland, L.A., McGilloway, S. and Lodge, A. (2010). Examining the impact of the Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management programme on the experiences of primary school teachers: A qualitative analysis, Society for Social Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, Queens University Belfast (6-8 September).

Hyland, L.A. (2010). Confident teachers and positive children: A qualitative study on the long-terms effects of an intervention to improve management of disruptive behaviours in Irish classrooms. International School Psychology Association conference, Trinity College, Dublin (20-24 July).

Hyland, L.A. (2010). Emotional and behavioural difficulty in young, school-going Irish children: An exploratory analysis of junior classrooms. International School Psychology Association conference, Trinity College, Dublin (20-24 July).

Hyland, L.A. (2010). Exploring primary school teachers’ experiences of managing challenging classroom behaviour: The Incredible Years Ireland Study, Athens Institute for Education and Research ‘Education Conference’, 2010. Athens, Greece (24-27 May).

Hyland, L.A. (2010). The Impact of a Classroom Management Programme on the Experiences of Teachers: A qualitative study, British Psychological Society annual conference, Stratford-Upon Avon, UK (14-16 April).

Hyland, L.A. (2007). Preliminary Analysis of Psychological and Physiological Data from the DAFNE (Ireland) Programme. DAFNE (Dose Adjustment for Normal Eating) Study Conference, Galway, Ireland (1 December).

Karnik A. (with C. Fernandes) (2010) Estimating Elasticity of Demand for Tourism in Dubai, 2nd Conference of the European Asian Economics, Finance and Accounting and Economic Association, Beijing, September 7-11.

 

Karnik A. (with C. Fernandes) (2010) Does the UAE suffer from the Dutch Disease? An Econometric Analysis, 2nd Conference of the European Asian Economics, Finance and Accounting and Economic Association, Beijing, September 7-11.

 

Karnik, A. (With Gwendolyn Rodrigues and Asima Shirazi) (2008) Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in MENA Countries: An Empirical Analysis. First International Business Conference, August 7-9, Detroit Metro, USA

 

Karnik, A. (2007) Panel Data Estimation of Growth Regressions: Does the Level Of Economic Development Matter? 5th International Business Research Conference, Dubai, UAE, April 26-27.

 

Karnik, A.  (2007) De-industrialisation and Fiscal Profligacy: Does the UAE suffer from the Dutch Diseaese? Sixth International Conference of the MEEA, Zayed University, Dubai, March 14-16.

 

Karnik, A. (with C. Fernandes) (2006) Macro-Econometric Policy Modelling For An Oil Dependent Economy: An Optimal Control Approach For The UAE Economy Business & Economics Society International Conference, Florence, Italy, July 15-19.

 

Karnik, A. (with C. Fernandes) (2005) Macro-econometrics Modelling for an Oil-Dependent Economy: An Instruments-Targets Approach for the UAE Economy. ERF 12th Annual Conference, 19-21 December, Cairo, Egypt.

 

Karnik, A. (2002) Institutional and Political Determinants of Investment: Evidence from Indian States Using Opinion Poll Data, 2002 Annual Meeting of the European Public Choice Society, Belgirate –Lago Maggior- Italy from 18-21 April.

 

Karnik, A.  (2001) Persistence of Inefficient Economic Policies: An Explanation from a Transaction Cost Perspective, 2001 Annual Meeting of the European Public Choice Society, Paris, 18-21 April.

 

Karnik, A. (with A. Samant and N. Asher) (2000) Economic Performance of Indian States: Institutional and Political Determinants, 36th Annual Conference of the Indian Econometric Society, 4th – 6th February, 2000, Indore.

 

Karnik, A. (with A. Pethe) (1999) Efficiency in Indian Stock Markets: Looking at the Indices, Third Capital Markets Conference, 23rd – 24th December, UTI Institute of Capital Markets, Navi Mumbai.

 

Karnik, A. (1994) Why Do Structural Adjustments Programmes Go Awry? The Importance of a Political Economy Perspective, 12th European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research, April, Vienna.

 

Karnik, A. (1992) Investigating Linkages between Stock Markets using Co-integration and Causality Testing Procedures, 1992 India and SE Asia Meeting of the Econometric Society, Dec. 19-22, Bombay.

 

Karnik, A. (1992) Are Changes in Public Sector Prices Destabilising?, Eleventh European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research, April, Vienna, Austria.

 

Karnik, A. (1991) “Public Sector Prices and Budget Deficits”. Paper presented at the 1991 Australasian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Sydney, June 1991.

 

Karnik, A. (with M.J. Rao) (1989) Economic Systems, Political Structure and Human Rights, 26th. Indian Econometric Conference, January, Bombay.

 

Karnik, A. (1989) Estimating Government Popularity Functions for India: A Progress Report, 26th. Indian Econometric Conference, January, Bombay.

 

Karnik, A. (with D.M. Nachane and V.V. Subbaro) (1982) Causality Between Money and Income: A Time-series Analysis of the Indian Case, Fourth IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control) Conference on Modelling National Economies, July, Washington D.C.

 

Karnik, A. (with D.M. Nachane and V.V. Subbaro) (1981) Energy Options for the Indian Railways: The Search for an Optimal Energy Policy, Second International Conference on Technology for Development, November, Cairo.

 

King. M. (2012) Discussions in TESOL: This house believes that content and language integrated learning is not working. in M. Al-Hamly, C. Coombe, P. Davidson, C. Gunn, M.Engin & S. Troudi (Eds.), Rethinking English Language Teaching: Proceedings of the 17th TESOL Arabia Annual Conference: English in Learning: Learning in English (pp. 325-330). TESOL Arabia Publications, Dubai.

 

King, M. (2011) Text Interaction in Undergraduate Academic Writing: A Bridge too Far? An Analysis into Non-Native Speaker Students’ Text Interaction Skills in the Dissertation Literature Review. The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24.

 

King, M. (2011). Transformations in TESOL: Debating the pros and cons of changes in our profession, in Proceedings of the 16th TESOL Arabia Annual Conference, TESOL Arabia Publications, Dubai.

 

King M. (2011) This House Believes that Efforts to Integrate Content and Language are not Working. 17th TESOL Arabia Conference. J.W. Marriott Hotel, Dubai. (March).

 

King, M.J. (2010) Management and ownership issues in CLIL: A strategic analysis into stakeholder reactions to implementing content and language integrated learning – case study CHN university Qatar, in M. Al-Hamly, C. Coombe, P. Davidson, A. Shehadeh & S. Troudi (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th TESOL Arabia Annual Conference: English in Learning: Learning in English (pp. 25-32). TESOL Arabia Publications, Dubai.

 

Kishore, P., (2011) Causal Impact of Absenteeism on Academic Performance: An Empirical Analysis. The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011.

Kumar, V., (2011) A study on readiness of SMEs in UAE for a transition to IFRS, The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011

Mohnot, R. (2011) Are UAE Banks Creating Wealth for Shareholders? The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011

Mohnot, R. (2010) Re-examining Performance of Indian Capital Markets in the Light of Current Global Crisis. The International Journal of Arts and Sciences (IJAS), Harvard University, USA, 31 May-3 June

Mohnot, R. (2010) Forecasting FOREX Volatility in the Times of Turbulence. The 2010 Hawaii Global Conference on Business and Finance, The Institute for Business and Finance Research, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, USA, 3rd – 6th January.

 

Mohnot, R. (2005) Changing Pattern of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Asian Region: Issues, Motives and Strategies for Economic Development, 3rd international conference, The World Association for Sustainable Development (WASD) and the UAE university, 21-23 November, UAE.

Mohnot, R. (2002) (with S. Kumar) Corporate Entrepreneurship Development and Emerging Corporate Issues in the K-Economy of Malaysia, the 2nd UBMC Conference, 12th and 13th August, MALAYSIA,

Mohnot, R. (2002) (with N. Hanim) Role of Development Finance Institutions in Entrepreneurship Development in Malaysia, the 2nd UBMC Conference, 12th and 13th August, Malaysia.

Mohnot, R. (2002) Corporate and Financial Sector Reforms in Malaysia: A Review of Post – Asian Financial Crisis Period, 10th Pacific Basin Finance, Accounting  and Economics Conference, Nanyang Technological University and Rutgers University, U.S.A., 7th and 8th  August, Singapore.

Mohnot, R., (2002) Corporate Governance: Issues, Implications and Strategy in Developing Countries – Malaysian Case, the International Business Seminar 2002, the University Utara Malaysia, 29th and 30th June, Malaysia.

Mohnot, R., (2002) (with W. Yusoff) Emerging Trends in Asian Financial Markets: Evidences From Malaysia During the Last Decade and Its Economic Implications, the 12th  International Conference of International Trade and Finance Association, May 29-June 2, 2002, Thailand.

Mohnot, R., (2001) Rejuvenating the Health of Security Industry in Malaysia, the second Asian Academic Accounting Association Conference on Financial Reporting, University Utara Malaysia, 17-19 September, Malaysia.

Mohnot, R., (1992) Capitalization and Capital Structure in Steel Industry in India, the International Seminar on Security Markets Contemporary Trends in Regulations and Operations, JNV University, Jodhpur, January, 26-28, India.

Mohnot, R., (1991) Role of Foreign Banks in India, the National Seminar on the   Changing Profile of Banking and Banking System in 21st Century, JNV University, Jodhpur, March 25-27, India.

Mohnot, R., (1991) Credit Card System in India, the National Seminar on the Changing Profile of Banking and Banking System in 21st Century, JNV University, Jodhpur, March 25-27, India.

Paris, C. (2012). Failaka Island: The Challenges and Opportunities for the Future of Tourism in Kuwait. 3rd Gulf Research Meeting, University of Cambridge, UK. July 11-14th.

Paris, C. (with M. Stephenson & L. Baddar) (2012). Young Emirati’s Perspectives of the Quality of Life Impacts and Long-Term Sustainability of Tourism in Dubai. Travel and Tourism Association (TTRA) Annual Conference, Virginia Beach, VA, USA, June 17-20th.

Paris, C. (with T. Tyrrell)  (2012)  Modifying a Quantified Triple Bottom Line for Tourism at World Heritage Sites. Tourism and Sustainable Development at World Heritage Sites, June 1-8th Libreville, Gabon.

Paris, C. (G.  Musa & T. Thirumoorthi) (2012). A Cultural Consensus Analysis of Backpackers in South East Asia: Comparison of Backpackers from South East Asia and Australia and New Zealand. 6th World Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure, 24-29 April 2012.

Paris, C. (2012). Flashpacking: A Discussion of Independent Travel in a Digital World. Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2012: Proceedings of the International Conference in Helsingborg, Sweden, January 24-27, 2011.

Paris, C. (with T. Heresjova) (2011). The Problem of Arctic Governance: Impacts on Arctic Tourism Regulation. First International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences. Dubai, UAE. November 2011.

Paris, C. (with M. Pstross & R. Knopf) (2011). Seeking the Splendorous Rainbow: Empowering Parents to Transform their Children’s Educational Futures. First International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences. Dubai, UAE. November 201

Paris, C. (with L. Baddar & M. Stephenson) (2011). Tourism in Dubai: An Emirati Perspective. First International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences. Dubai, UAE. November 2011

Paris, C. (2011). Surveying Backpackers through Facebook: A Case for a Mixed-Method Dual Frame Procedure. Paper presented at Travel and Tourism Association (TTRA) Annual Conference, London, Ontario, June 2011.

Paris, C. (with S. Rubin, W. Lee, and V.  Teye). The Influence of Mindfulness on Tourists’ Emotions, Satisfaction and Destination Loyalty in Fiji. Paper presented at Travel and Tourism Association (TTRA) Annual Conference, London, Ontario, June 2011.

Paris, C. (2011). Understanding the Statusphere and Blogosphere: An analysis of virtual backpacker spaces. In R. Law, M. Fuchs, and F. Ricci (eds.) Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2011: Proceedings of the International Conference in Innsbruck, Austria, January 26-28 2011. Springer: Vienna. P 443-455.

Paris, C. From Tramp to Flashpacker: Information Creation, Mediation, and Consumption by Independent Travelers (1880-present). Paper presented at the International Conference on Tourism 2011: Tourism in an Era of Uncertainty. Rhodes, Greece, April 2011.

Paris, C.  (2010). Backpacking in the ‘Attention Age.’ Independent Travel in Uncertain Times: An Expert Conference. 4th ATLAS Backpacker Research Group Meeting, Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa. September 2010.

Paris, C. (with G. Musa & T. Thirumoorthi) (2010).  Comparing Western and SE Asian Backpackers: A Cultural Consensus Approach.  Independent Travel in Uncertain Times: An Expert Conference. 4th ATLAS Backpacker Research Group Meeting, Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa. September 2010

Paris, C. (with W. Lee) (2010) How can a person’s emotions while using Facebook drive their attitudes and intentions to go to a special event? Travel and Tourism Association (TTRA) Annual Conference, San Antonio, USA, June.

Paris, C. (2010) Backpacking: Mobilities, Virtualization, and Cultural Consensus. the 5th Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure, Cappadocia, Turkey, May.

Paris, C. (with P. Seery) (2010) Testing a Three Dimensional Tourist Typology. 5th Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure, Cappadocia, Turkey, May.

Paris, C. (with W. Lee and P. Seery (2010) The role of social media in promoting special events: The acceptance of Facebook ‘events’ Enter 2010: The 17th International Conference on Information Technology and Travel & Tourism, Lugano, Switzerland. February.

Paris, C. (with P. Seery) (2010) Building a better tourist predictor: A three-dimensional tourist typology. 15th Graduate Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Washington, DC, January.

Paris, C. (with G. Nyaupane and V. Teye) (2009). Expectations, Outcomes, and Attitude Change of Study Abroad Students. National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Leisure Research Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah, October.

Paris, C. (2009) Backpacking Culture: An Application of Cultural Consensus Theory. International Conference on Tourism Development and Management, Kos, Greece, September.

Paris, C. (2009) Backpackers’ Virtual Moorings. International Conference on Tourism Development and Management, Kos, Greece, September.

Paris, C. (with V. Teye) (2009). Segmenting the Cruise Market: An Application of Multiple Correspondence Analysis. International Conference on Tourism Development and Management, Kos, Greece, September.

Paris, C. (with M. Casson and T. Tyrrell) (2009). Quantifying the Triple Bottom Line: Embracing Community Values for Sustainable Tourism Development. International Conference on Tourism Development and Management, Kos, Greece, September.

Paris, C. (with T. Tyrell, V. Biaett and D. Innocent) (2009) A monetarized triple bottom line for tourism, Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA) Conference, June, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Paris, C. (with G. Nyaupane and V. Teye) (2009) ‘Dubai: the Las Vegas of the Middle East:’ American Study Abroad Students Attitudes, Expectations, and Educational Experience. Traditions and Transformations: Tourism, Heritage and Cultural Change in the MENA Region, April, Amman, Jordan.

Paris, C. (2009) The Virtualization of Backpacker Culture. Enter 2009: The 16th International Conference on Information Technology and Travel & Tourism, January, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Paris, C. (with V. Teye) (2008) Backpackers’ Personal Values and Activities: A SEM Approach. 9th International Joint World Cultural Tourism Conference, November, Seoul, Korea.

Paris, C. (with V. Teye) (2008) Backpackers’ Virtual Mobility. 9th International Joint World Cultural Tourism Conference, November, Seoul, Korea.

Paris, C. (with V. Teye) (2008)  The Cruise Line Industry and Caribbean Tourism Development: Guests’ Motivations, Activities and Expenditure Patterns. European Council on Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Education (EUROCHRIE) Conference, October, Dubai.

Paris, C. (with V. Teye) (2008)  Understanding Backpacker Motivations: A Travel Career Approach. 4th Annual Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure. Antalya, Turkey April 22-27.

Paris, C. (2008)  Lifestyle segmentation of the backpacker market: Targeting a mobile population through online communities. 4th Annual Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure. Antalya, Turkey April 22-27.

Paris, C. (2008)  Lifestyle segmentation of the backpacker market: Targeting a mobile population through online communities. Atlas Backpacker Research Group Meeting: Backpacker Mobilities? An Expert Conference on Backpacker Tourism. Shimla, India March 26- 28.

Paris, C. (with G. Nyaupane and V.  Teye) (2007) Tourism and attitude change: the case study of study abroad students. Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA) Conference, June, Las Vegas.

Sanderson, K. (2011) A Move to the Middle: Why do academics choose to ‘expatriate’ to the Middle East. The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011.

Sayani, H (2011) Volatility in Emerging Markets: Study of Karachi Stock Exchange, The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011.

Sayani, H and Balakrishnan, M (2012) Marketing an Islamic Index: Perceived Value of KMI30 Index, 2nd Global Islamic Marketing Conference, Abu Dhabi, 16 – 18 Jan, 2012

 

Singh, J. (with A. Damankesh, F. Jahedpari, K. Shaalan, and F. Oroumchian) (2009) Using Human Plausible Reasoning as a Framework for Multilingual Information Filtering, The Cross-Language Evaluation Forum (CLEF 2009), Corfu, Greece, 30 Sept – 2 Oct

Smith, L. (2011) ‘There need to be big neo signs’: Reporting on the first phase of a project to develop learning support at an offshore campus. The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011.

Smith, L. (2010). Less is more: Introducing a new Learning Framework in an offshore campus, Temasek Polytechnic’s International Conference on Learning and Teaching, 9-11 June, Singapore.

Smith, L., (2009) Practitioner research in higher education as a means of creating professional knowledge. Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Conference, Newport, UK. 8th – 10th December

 

Smith, L. (2009) ‘It won’t work here’: Implementing a Teacher Development Program at an Offshore Campus. The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Commons International Conference, Georgia Southern University, USA, 11 -13th March.

Smith, L. (2006) Learning across communities of practice: How postgraduate students cope with returning to higher education in an international setting. HERDSA 2006 International Conference, 10th-13th July, Perth, Western Australia.

Smith, L. (2005) An investigation into student approaches to learning at a multicultural university using the Revised Study Process Questionnaire in eds. A. Brew and C. Asmar, Higher Education in a Changing World. Higher Education Research and Development, HERDSA Conference Proceedings, 3rd – 6th July, HERDSA, Sydney.

Smith, L. (with S. Koshy) (2005) Improving student learning through authentic assessment, International Conference on Enhancing Learning and Teaching through Assessment, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 13th – 15th June.

Stephenson M.L. (with L. Baddar and C. Paris) (2011) Destination Dubai: Emirati Perspectives, 1st International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE (November 22-24th).

Stephenson, M.L., (2011) Tourism and the changing borders of citizenship: A socio-political enquiry, ‘Advancing the Social Sciences of Tourism’, 2011’, Surrey University, Guildford, Surrey. June.

Stephenson, M.L., (with J. Ali-Knight) (2009) ‘Traditions and Transformations: Tourism, Heritage and Cultural Change in the Middle East and North Africa Region’, Amman, Jordan, (April 4-7 l).

 

Stephenson, M.L. (with K.A. Russell and D. Edgar) (2008) ‘Skills Glorious Skills!’ A Critical Understanding of Key Competencies Required for the Emiratisation of the Hospitality and Tourism Industries, EuroCHRIE Conference: Dubai, United Arab Emirates, (October 11th-14th).

 

Stephenson, M.L. (2007) Tourism Mobilities and Immobilities: Citizenship Dilemmas and (Illegitimate Means of Movement, The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies: Promoting an Academy of Hope? 2nd. International Critical Studies Conference, 20- 23 June, Split, Croatia (forthcoming).

Stephenson, M.L. (2006) The Socio-Political Implications of Rural Racism and Tourism Experiences. Proceedings of the Cutting Edge Research in Tourism- New Directions, Challenges and Applications, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, 6-9 June.

Stephenson, M.L. (2004) Tourism and Racialised Territories in Europe. Proceedings of the Borderless Frontiers; and the Implications for Tourism in the New and Enlarged European Union, Nicosia, Cyprus, 10-11 December.

Stephenson, M.L. (2003) Travelling to the Ancestral Homelands of the Caribbean: A Socio-Cultural Analysis of Ethnic Reunion. Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of Caribbean Studies Association: The Greater Caribbean- Roots and Routes, Belize City, Belize, 26-31 May.

Stephenson, M.L. (2002) Multicultural Rural Environments and Culturally Sustainable Experiences. Proceedings of the ATLAS Conference: Visions of Sustainability, Escola superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril, Portugal, 14-16t November.

Stephenson, M.L. (with R.V. Bianchi) (2002) A Critique of Ethnographic Approaches in Tourism Studies. Proceedings of The XVth World Congress of the International Sociological Association: The Social World in the Twenty First Century: Ambivalent Legacies and Rising Challenges, Brisbane, Australia, 7-13 July.

Stephenson, M.L (2002) Racialised Boundaries in Tourism and Travel, Royal Geographical Society and Institute of British Geographers, Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 2-6 January.

Stephenson, M.L. (1995) Tourism Participation and the Afro-Caribbean Community: An Ethnographic Approach. Proceedings of the Council for Hospitality Management Education, 4th Annual Research Conference, Hotel School, Norwich, March.

Stephenson, M.L. (1994) Researching Tourism Activities and Ethnic Dimensions. Proceedings of the Council for Hospitality Management Education, 3rd Annual Research Conference, Napier University, Edinburgh, April.

Stephenson, M.L. (1993) Tourism Impact on the Island of Grenada (Caribbean). Proceedings of the Council for Hospitality Management Education, 2nd Annual Research Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, March.

Stubbs, E. and Potgieter, S. (2011) Representation of Women in the UAE English Language Press. The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24.

Sutton, J., (2011). Hotel Companies that have Applies Six-Sigma,: An Exploratory Study. The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011.

 

Sutton J. (1999) (with Dewald, B.) Does culture make a difference? Towards a service quality framework through employee empowerment, Proceedings of the Third International and Sixth National Research Conference on Quality Management - RMIT and Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, pp.167-179. February

Sutton J. (1999) (with Dewald, B.) Hospitality employees and empowerment for total quality service and TQM; Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on ISO 9000 and TQM, HKBU School of Business, March.

Sutton J. (2009). Visitor Perceptions of Service Quality in UAE Hotels - Proceedings of the 27th EuroCHRIE, Helsinki, October 2009

Sutton J. (2008). The Rise of a City from the Dessert: Built for Tourism – the Dubai Case  Proceedings of the 26th EuroCHRIE, Dubai, October 2008

Sutton J. (2008). Beyond Customer Satisfaction: the case of a Dubai Hotel Company Proceedings of the 6th AsiaPac CHRIE, Perth, May 2008.

Sutton J. (2007). The Corporate University – A New Dimension in Vocational Education and Training: Tourism and Hospitality Industry Case Studies. Proceedings of the 25th EuroCHRIE, Leeds, October 2007

Sutton J. (2007) (with Verginis C.). Empowerment as a customer satisfaction strategy in multi-cultural hotel restaurant environments: the Dubai case: Proceedings of the I-CHRIE, Dallas, July 2007.

Sutton J. (2004). ISO 1400: Practical advantages of environmental management systems in the Hotel Industry; Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on ISO and Quality Management: Bangkok, Thailand April 2004

Sutton J. (2004). ISO 1400: Practical advantages of environmental management systems in the Hotel Industry; Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on ISO and Quality Management: Bangkok, Thailand April 2004

Sutton J. (2002). The Feasible of Applying the ISO 9001:2000 Approach to Service Excellence and Quality Control in the Hotel Industry; Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on ISO and Quality Management: RMIT and Hong Kong Baptist University, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia, April.

Sutton, J. (1998). An investigation into the development of corporate hotel training schools in the Asia Pacific Region and their subsequent impact on curriculum development in hospitality management education and industrial training, Proceedings of the Third Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Students Research in Hospitality and Tourism Conference, University of Houston, U.S.A., pp.327-337, January 8-10,

Sutton, J. (1998). One hotel-two systems: the duality of empowerment strategies in Hong Kong hotels, Proceedings of the Second International and Fifth National Research Conference On Quality Management, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, pp.227-235, February 8-11

Sutton, J. (1998). The rise and fall of western style fine dining restaurants – the Hong Kong case, Proceedings of the International Conference on Culinary Arts and Sciences 1998, Bournemouth University, UK, pp.15-25, June.

Sutton, J. (1997). Quality, culture and the international hotel operator in the Peoples Republic of China, Proceedings of the 4th National Conference on Quality Management: Monash University and University of Technology, Sydney, pp.186-195, February 9-11,

Sutton, J. (1996). Cross-cultural management issues in China IJV hotels, Proceedings of the Cross-Cultural Management in China Conference, (Ed), Selmer, Jan, HKBU, School of Business, Vol 2, pp. 138-144, Aug 1996

Sutton J. (1993) (with Huyton J.R. and Bei X.C.) A cultural clash – revolution or reform. Proceedings of International Congress For Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences; Mexico City; July, pp102-119

Vrazalic, L. (with E.Bashir) (2011). E-Learning in the UAE: What do students really think?
The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011.

 

Warner, R., (2011) Impact Study on Continued Professional Development (CPD) at a British University in the UAE. The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011.

Vrazalic, L. (2009) E-learning Barriers in the United Arab Emirates: Preliminary Results from an Empirical Investigation. The 11th International Business Information Management Conference, Cairo, Egypt, 4th – 6th January.

Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor) (2008) The Role of Gender in the Perception of barriers to E-commerce Adoption in SMEs: An Australian Study, Proceedings of the International Business Information Management Conference, Kuala Lumpur, June 30 – July 2.

Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor and C. Fernandes) (2007) Factors Affecting the Perception of Barriers to E-commerce Adoption in Australian Regional SMEs – Lessons for UAE, CollECTeR Conference, Melbourne, December 9 – 11.

Vrazalic, L. (D. Behl and J. Fitzgerald) (2007) Barriers to e-Learning for Students in the United Arab Emirates and Oman, e-Learn 2007, Quebec City, October 13 – 18.

Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor) (2006) Sector Driven Variations on E-commerce Adoption Barriers in Regional Small Businesses: An Australian Study, Proceedings of the Innovations in Information Technology 2006 Conference, IEEE.

Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor and D. Bunker) (2006) Commerce Adoption Barriers in Small Businesses: A Comparative Study of Three Regional Areas in New South Wales (Australia), Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Information Management and Business, Sydney, February 13-16.

Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor) (2005) Electronic Commerce Adoption and Strategic Alliance Membership: A Study of Regional SMEs in Sweden, Proceedings of the International Business Information Management Conference, Cairo, December 13-15.

Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor and D. Bunker) (2005) Are the Standard Drivers for E-commerce Adoption in Regional SMEs Really Standard: A Comparison of Australian, Swedish and US Regional SMEs, Proceedings of the 6th International We-B Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor, S. Carlsson, J. Pratt, M. Harris) (2005) How Standard are the Standard barriers to E-commerce Adoption? A Comparison of Three Studies Carried Out in Australia, Sweden and the US, Fourteenth International Conference on Information Systems Development (ISD 2005), Karlstad, Sweden, August 17-17.

Vrazalic, L. (with R. MacGregor) (2005) The Role of Small Business Clusters in Prioritising Barriers to E-Commerce Adoption: A Study of Swedish Regional SMEs, Beyond Clusters: Current Practices and Future Strategies, Centre for Regional Innovation & Competitiveness (CIRC), Ballarat, June 30-July 1.

Warner, R., (2012) Re-engineering of ESL Teacher Education. The 20th Annual Peru TESOL Convention, “Speaking up for English”, Chiclayo, Lambayeque, Peru. July 31- August 2nd, 2012

Warner, R., (2012) Contiued Professional Development:Boom or Bust. The 20th Annual Peru TESOL Convention, “Speaking up for English”, Chiclayo, Lambayeque, Peru. July 31- August 2nd, 2012

Warner, R., (2011) Impact Study on Continued Professional Development (CPD) at a British University in the UAE. The First International ERPBSS Conference, Middlesex University Dubai, UAE, November 22-24, 2011.

Warner, R. (2010) Students’ Perception of Plagiarism: Didactic Failure or Assessment Flaw. A study of foundation students’ perception of plagiarism at an offshore university in the UAE, Fourteenth Annual Conference on Current Trends in English language Testing, Dubai , November 4-5, 2010.

 

Press Releases (interviews and commentary)

Dr Marcus L. Stephenson

Gulf News (2011) Campaign encourages tourists to visit the land of peaceful revolution, 27 July (J. Al Tamimi),

http://gulfnews.com/mobile/business/features/campaign-encourages-tourists-to-visit-the-land-of-peaceful-revolution-1.828435. See also:

http://www.zawya.com/marketing.cfm?zp&p=/story.cfm/sidGN_26062011_270626/Campaign_encourages_tourists_to_visit_the_land_of_peaceful_revolution

 

Gulf News (2011) Islamic Hospitality Careers Beckon Youth, March 27 (R. Moussly)

http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/uae/education/islamic-hospitality-careers-beckon-1.783238

 

Gulf Today (2011) The Tourism Awakening in the Arab World: A View from Middlesex University Dubai, 25 June.  http://gulftoday.ae/portal/8e77fe6a-836c-42e7-8c47-0db415e2d458.aspx

 

National (2010) Six Months On, ‘Metro Change Our life’, 9 March.

http://www.thenational.ae/news/uae-news/transport/six-months-on-metro-changed-our-lives.

 

Global Travel Industry News (2009) Dubai’s International Tourism Industry, eTN (eTurboNews), 15 August.

 

Middle East Hotelier (2009)Find a Balance, Researchers Warn Dubai’s Hoteliers’, HotelierMiddleEast.com, 16 August.

http://www.hoteliermiddleeast.com/article-5323-find-a-balance-researchers-warn-dubais-hoteliers/1/print/.

 

Emirates Business (2008) ‘Dubai Set for a Close-Up with Brand Beckham’, December 27 2008, p. 26-27.

 

Emirates Today (2006) Students are Enjoying a Snapshot of Working Life, 7 February, p. 34-35.

http://www.eyeofdubai.com/v1/ news/newsdetail-32892.html

 

Khaleej Times (2006) Employability Potential of Tourism and Hospitality Graduates, 28 January, p.2.

http://www.eturbonews.com/11042/study-about-dubais-international-tourism-industry.

 

Key Notes

Prof. Ajit Karnik, Budget 2005-06: Not Quite a Dream Budget, Confederation of Indian Industries, Mumbai, March 9 2005.

Prof. Ajit Karnik, India’s Economic Liberalisation: The Unfinished Liberal Agenda, invited Lalit Doshi Memorial Lecture delivered at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai on 20 December, 2004.

 

Prof. Ajit Karnik, Changing Role of the Government in the Context of the New Economic Policy, Indian Institute of Public Administration, Bombay, September, 1992.

 

Prof. Ajit Karnik, The Gulf War and the Indian Economy, JDC Bytco Institute of Management, Nashik, March, 1991.

 

Dr. Marcus L. Stephenson: ‘The Trends and Future of Travel and Tourism in the Middle East’, International Corporate Travel Management Conference, EMA (in conjunction with International Quality and Productivity Centre), Mina Al’Salam Hotel, Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Wednesday 27th February, 2008.

 

Dr. Marcus L. Stephenson: ‘Destination Development in GCC States: Investments, Trends and Opportunities’, 12th German-Arab Tourism Forum, TTB, Messe Berlin, Wednesday, 7th March, 2012.

 

Dr. John Sutton; “Developing Industry Academic Relevance: Where to from Here?” Panel of Experts Presentation; Asia Pacific CHRIE & International Centre of Excellence in Tourism & Hospitality Education (THE-ICE) Conference – May 2008 – Perth, Australia

 

Conference Papers (Non-Refereed)

Els, L. Employee Relations in the UAE. Human Resource Management Conference. Dubai: UOWD. 13 June 2007.

Els, L. Professional Development for Teachers: Why all the fuss? The 3rd Annual Dean’s Symposium on Excellence in Learning and Teaching. Dubai: UOWD. May 2007.

Els, L. Winning the hearts and mind of talented people. Expert Lecture Series. UOWD. 2006.

Els, L. Strategic Human Resource Management. International Business Conference. Dubai: UOWD. 2006.

Els, L. Business Ethics. Expert Lecture Series. Dubai: UOWD. 25 September 2005.

Epps, A. (2007) Shopping from abroad, search engine marketing, consumer perceptions and motivation. UOWD WP/2008

Epps, A. (with R. Govers., and F Go) (2007) The epochs of web-based buying, thoughts for on-line entrepreneurs and SMEs, UOWD WP/2008

King M. (2010) Are Government-based Approaches to Education Damaging the TESOL Profession? 16thTESOL Arabia Conference. Zayed University, Dubai, (March).

 

King M. (2010) Is IELTS killing CLIL?, 16th TESOL Arabia Conference,  Zayed University, Dubai, (March).

 

King M. (2009) Room at the Content Inn?, 13th Current Trends in English Language Testing, Dubai Men’s College, Dubai, (November).

 

King M. (2008) Assessment Policy and Power, 12th Current Trends in English Language Testing, Dubai Men’s College, Dubai, (November).

 

King M. (2008) PBL for EAP, Qatar TESOL 3rd Annual Conference, College of the North Atlantic, Doha, (April).

 

Paris, C. (2010) Spatial and Temporal Dimensions of Social Media and Backpacking: A comparison of Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and blogs. Association of American Geographers (AAG). Washington, DC. April.

Paris, C. (with J. Aquino, S. Lee and D. Plunkett) (2009) Keynote Address: Living United: From classroom to community. Presented at Living United: From Classroom to Community- A multi-disciplinary exploration of communities and quality of life. December 4, 2009, Phoenix, Arizona. Sponsored by School of Community Resources and Development (ASU) and Valley of Sun United Way.

Paris, C. (2009) ‘Follow me on Twitter’: A discerned understanding of social media and the tourist experience. Presented at Living United: From Classroom to Community- A multi-disciplinary exploration of communities and quality of life. December 4, 2009, Phoenix, Arizona. Sponsored by School of Community Resources and Development (ASU) and Valley of Sun United Way.

Paris, C. (2009) The Virtualization of Culture. Science and Technology in Society Conference at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, March, Washington, DC, USA.

Smith, L (2006) E-learning: More show than substance?, 2nd Annual Symposium on Excellence in Learning and Teaching, University of Wollongong in Dubai, May 25th.

Stephenson, M.L. (1995) Tourism, Heritage and Marginality in the Urban Environment. International Conference on Tourism and the Urban Environment, South Bank University, London (September).

Stephenson, M.L. (1994) Studying Tourism: An Ethnographic Approach, Erasmus PhD Workshop, Leuven, Belgium. Conference organised by the Centre for Tourism Management, University of Rotterdam, 24-26 September.

Sutton, J, (2010). Entering The Dragons Den – a Blended Learning Approach To Teaching Entrepreneurship– HCT Business Division Conference- DWC December 201

 

Technical Reports

Hyland, L.A. (with S. McGilloway, G. Ní Mháille, A. Lodge, D. O’Neill, P. Kelly, Y. Leckey, T. Bywater, C. Comiskey and M. Donnelly) (2010) Positive classrooms, positive children: A Randomised Controlled Trial to investigate the effectiveness of the Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management programme in an Irish context, Dublin: Archways.

Hyland, L.A. (with D. Wilkinson, P. Jain, and S. Michie) (2008) National Health Trainer Outcome and Evaluation Synopsis, Report submitted to the Department of Health (DH) Health Inequalities Unit, UK.

Hyland, L.A. (with D. Wilkinson) (2008) Notes and Recommendations for the National Health Trainer Data Collection System, Report submitted to the National Health Trainer Evaluation Steering Group, UK.

Hyland, L.A., Jain, P. & Wilkinson, D.L. (2007). Summary of the English Health Trainer End of the Year Reports: Activity Report and Evaluation Synthesis. Interim report submitted to the Department of Health and NHS Health Trainers Hub Partnerships, UK.

Hyland, L.A. (with D. Wilkinson, P. Jain, and S. Michie) (2007). National Health Trainer Activity Report, Report submitted to the Department of Health (DH) Health Inequalities Unit, UK.

Karnik, A. (with Abhay Pethe and Dilip Karmarkar) (2004) INDIA: Urban Finance and Governance Review, (Volumes I and II), World Bank, December, Report No. 32253 (Team Leader: Dana Weist).

Karnik, A. (2002) Perspectives on Civic Finances: A Study of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, Study carried out for Bombay First, August 2002.

 

Karnik, A. (with Abhay Pethe and Dilip Karmarkar) (2002) An Approach To Designing Inter-Governmental Transfers” a study dealing with “Evolving Criteria For Allocation Of Funds As Per The State Finance Commission Recommendations From The State To Urban Local Bodies To Strengthen Decentralisation Efforts By Urban Local Bodies” Final report submitted to United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (UNCHS/UN-HABITAT) in May 2002.

 
Karnik, A. (with Abhay Pethe and Dilip Karmarkar) (2001) “Developing a Quantitative Framework for determining Devolution of Funds from the State Government to Local Bodies”, Final Report submitted to Maharashtra State Finance Commission Government of Maharashtra, September 2001.
 
Karnik, A. (with Anita Rath and J.C. Sharma) (2001) Rationalisation of Property Tax in Mumbai Municipal Corporation, Final Report submitted to the Brihanmumbai (Greater Bombay) Municipal Corporation, April 2001.
 
Karnik, A. (1995) A Study on Income Growth and Consumption Patterns of Select Commodities, Report submitted to Hindustan Lever (Unilever) Limited, January, 1995.
 
Karnik, A. (1993) Study on the Import Regime of NICs and their Impact on Import-Export Behaviour, Report submitted to the Tata Economic Consultancy Services, June, 1993.

 

Mohnot, R. (2006) Funded Research and Research Funding, Conducted for Ajman University of Science & Technology Network

Mohnot, R. (2003)  Quality Standards at Educational Institutions, a joint research study conducted for FTMS Consultants Pte Ltd to be eligible for Singapore Quality Class (SQC) Award. The organization won this prestigious award from the government of Singapore,

Mohnot, R. (2003-2008), (With S. Alrousan), Feasibility Studies for launching ‘Master in Business Administration’ program, ‘Center for Cardiac Diseases and Surgery’, Center for Neurological Diseases, and Center for Rheumatic Diseases & Pain Management, B.Sc. in Electronic, Communication, Biomedical, and Architectural Engineering, and Interior Design’ programs (initiated by and conducted for Fujairah Campus, AUSTN).

Paris, C. (with M. Casson and T.  Tyrrell) (2009). The past and future roles of tourism in Kingman, AZ. Megapolitan Tourism Research Center, Arizona State University.

Sutton, J. (1991). Impact of Technology On Staffing Levels in The Hotel and Catering Industry; Hong Kong Polytechnic, Pao Yue-kong library.

Sutton, J. (1994) (with J.R. Huyton)  A Report on the Attitudes of the Hotel Industry in China as Perceived by Hotel Workers:  Hong Kong Polytechnic, Pao Yue-kong library.

Sutton, J. (1994) (with J.R. Huyton)  An Analysis of Customer Needs Wants And Expectations of Hotels In China. Hong Kong Polytechnic, Pao Yue-kong library.

 

Middlesex University Dubai Research Series: Working Papers

Paris, C. and Rubin, S. (2012) ‘The Future of Tourism Development in Kuwait: Politics and Mega Projects’. Middlesex University Dubai Research Series, Working Paper 24 (June).

 

Stubbs, E. (2012) ‘Intersections of the philosophies of Baudrillard and Lyotard in Reservoir Dogs’ Middlesex University Dubai Research Series, Working Paper 23 (May).

 

Stephenson, M.L. (2012) ‘Understanding Halal Hospitality: Trends and Developments’, Middlesex University Dubai Research Series, Working Paper 22 (April).

 

Morris Paris, C., (2011) ‘Flashpacking: A Discussion of Independent Travel in a Geographically Independent World’, Middlesex University Dubai Research Series, Working Paper 21 (November).

Menon, S., (2011) ‘Implementing the force directed graphing algorithm’, Middlesex University Dubai Research Series, Working Paper 20 (October).

Stephenson, M.L. (2011) A Sociological Evaluation of Dubai’s Tourism Industry, Middlesex University Dubai Research Series, Working Paper 19. (May).

Paris, C. (2011). Employing a Mixed-Mode Dual Frame Sampling Procedure to Target a ‘Difficult to Sample’ Population: Surveying Backpackers through Facebook and in Cairns, Australia. Middlesex University Dubai Research Series, Working Paper 18. (April).

Paris, C. (2011). Tramping and Tweeting: A Discussion of Contemporary Independent Travellers’ Information Creation, Mediation, and Consumption. Middlesex University Dubai Research Series, Working Paper 17. (April).

Paris, C., Knopf, R. and Andereck, K. (2011) “Community Visioning Process for Tourism: An Example of How a Small Community Coalesced a Vision for Tourism Development Based Upon Stakeholder Input”, MU Dubai Research Series – Working Paper, No. 16 (March).

 

Epps, A. and Wilkins, S., (2011) “We Don’t Need No Evaluation! A Measurement of the Perceptions of UAE Students of Non-Approved University and Professor Evaluation Web-Sites”, Working Paper, No. 15 (February).

Paris, C., (2010) “An Analysis of Backpackers’ Virtual Spaces”, MU Dubai Research Series- Working Paper, No. 14 (December).

 

Epps, A. and Wilkins, S. (2010) ‘Home truths and family values, environmental factors that help and hinder family business in the United Arab Emirates in interesting days’, MU Dubai Research Series – Working Paper, No 13 (February).

 

Epps, A. (2009) ‘In Unity there is Strength’: Qualitative Findings from University and Industry Collaboration, MU Dubai Research Series- Working Paper, No. 11 (July).

 

Stephenson, M.L. (with Baron, P. and J. Ali-Knight) (2009) ‘An Empirical Assessment of Student Desired Learning Approaches: A Case Study of a Satellite Campus in the United Arab Emirates’, MU Dubai Research Series – Working Paper, No. 10 (June).

 

Stephenson, M.L. (with D. Luck) (2009) ‘A Synoptic Overview of the Principles and Processes of Customer Relationship Management in the Hotel Industry’, MU Dubai Research Series – Working Paper, No. 9 (April).

 

Flanigan, N. (2008) ‘An Investigation of Information Literacy Competencies Among University Students in an Arabic-speaking Country’, MU Dubai Research Series- Working Paper, No.7 (June).

Stephenson, M.L. (with Hy. Park) (2008) ‘It’s My Country and I Will Cry If I Want To’: The Sociological Study of Nationalism, National Identity and ‘the Nation’, MU Dubai Research Series – Working Paper, No.6 (April).

Stephenson, M.L. (with R. Bianchi and Hy. Park) (2007) ‘Take a Walk on the Wild Side’: Assessing the Ethnographic Nuances, Techniques and Practices of Tourism Research, MU Dubai Research Series- Working Paper, No.5 (July).

Stephenson, M.L. (with Hy. Park) (2007) ‘A Conceptual Assessment of the Inter-Subjective, Symbolic and Inter-Contextual Elements of ‘Heritage Tourism’ in the Representation of National Identity, Social Memory and Nationalist Sentiment’, MU Dubai Research Series – Working Paper, No.4 (February).

Russell, K. (with M.L. Stephenson and T.Al Najjar) (2005) ‘A Global Success of Excellence: Dubai Technology, E-Commerce and Media Free Zone’, MU Dubai- Research Series- Working Paper, No. 1 (November).

Other Working Papers

Epps, A. (2007) Shopping from abroad, search engine marketing, consumer perceptions and motivation. UOWD WP/2008

Epps, A. (with R Govers and F. Go) (2007) The epochs of web-based buying, thoughts for on-line entrepreneurs and SMEs, UOWD WP/2008

Karnik, A. (2007), Estimating Growth Regressions Using Panel Data, Working Paper No. WP/56/2007, University of Wollongong in Dubai, November.

Karnik, A. (with Cedwyn Fernandes) (2006) Macroeconometric Modelling for an Oil Dependent Economy: An Instruments-Targets Approach, Working Paper Series, No. WP39/2006, University of Wollongong in Dubai.

 

Karnik, A. (with A. Pethe and D. Karmarkar) (2003) Developing Quantitative Framework for Determining Devolution of funds from the State governments to Local Bodies, Working Paper 3, Vibhooti Shukla Unit in Urban economics and Regional Development, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai.

 

Karnik, A. (with A. Pethe and D. Karmarkar) (2003) Assessment of Revenue and Expenditure Patterns in Urban Local bodies of Maharashtra, Working Paper 5, Vibhooti Shukla Unit in Urban Economics and Regional Development, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai.

 

Karnik, A. (with A. Pethe and D. Karmarkar) (2002) Devolution of Funds from State Government to Local Bodies: A Quantitative Approach, Working Paper UDE(CAS) 2(2)/2002, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, September.

 

Karnik, A. (with A. Samant) (2010 Is Maharashtra Performing Worse than other States? A Comparative Study of the Public Finances of Indian States, Discussion Paper No. 1/2001, Ambedkar Chair in Political Economy, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Unit in Political Economy, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, September.

 

Karnik, A. (2000) Why Do Governments Lack Political Will? An Explanation from the Transaction-Costs Perspective, Discussion Paper No. 1/2000, Ambedkar Chair in Political Economy, RBI Unit in Political Economy, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, April.
Karnik, A. (1999) Economic Reforms, Electoral Politics and Welfare, Discussion Paper No. 2/99, Ambedkar Chair in Political Economy, RBI Unit in Political Economy, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai.

 

Karnik, A. (1997) Development Strategy Initiated during the Second Plan: A Critical View, Working Paper, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, February.

 

Karnik, A. (1996) Theories of State Intervention, Working Paper, Department of Economics, University of Bombay, May.

 

Karnik, A. (1990) Energy – Economy Modelling: The Case of India, Centre for Economic Research, Department of Economics, University of Texas at Austin, CER Working Paper 90-09, September.

Sutton, J. (1998). One hotel-two systems: empowerment strategies in Hong Kong hotels, written teaching case study, Hong Kong, HKPU/DHTMHong Kong Polytechnic, Pao Yue-kong library.

Sutton, J. (2001) An Introduction to Service Management and Total Quality Service for the Hospitality Industry, pages 242: Extensive Class Text; HKPU/DHTMHong Kong Polytechnic, Pao Yue-kong library

Sutton, J. (2002) Managing Service Quality in Hotels and Restaurants  WebCT programme site:http://209.61.204.231:8081/webct/public/show_courses.pl?1033199672; Dubai, EAHM

Warner, R. (2010) Referencing: A Threshold Concept for Higher Education. TESOL Journal, Special Edition, American University of Cairo

 

Presentations in Professional/Industry Conferences

Awamleh, R., Managing Radical Change for Sustainable Growth: Experiences from the Middle East. Presented in Managing Orbit Change: Interactive Role of IT and HR in Profit Maximization. Dubai, UAE, July 27.

Awamleh, R. Global Skills for Supply Chain Leaders. Presented in the Supply Chain Executive Forum, Dubai, UAE, November 13 -14.

Awamleh, R. Performance Measurement in Gulf Public Organizations: A Case Study. Presented in The European Foundation of Management Development conference on Public Sector Management, Nottingham, UK, March 9-11, 2004.

Awamleh, R. Performance Measurement in Public Organizations. Presented in The 3rd International Quality Conference, Tehran, Iran, December 7-9.

Awamleh, R. Organizational Performance Measurement: A Case Study. International Business Conference, IIR, Dubai, UAE, January 26-30, 2002.

Els, L. How to Attract and Retain Talented People. Maximizing Retail Revenue Conference. Dubai: UOWD. 21 – 24 January, 2008.

Els, L. Issues to be Addressed in a Cross Cultural Workforce to Ensure Employee Commitment. Workforce Management and Optimisation. Abu Dhabi. 13 – 14 October, 2008.

King, M. (2012) Should We Reward Student Input?. Petroleum Institute Professional Development Day, Abu Dhabi, January.

 

King, M. (2012) Rethinking Teacher Evaluation (moderator), 18th TESOL Arabia Conference, Dubai Women’s College, Dubai, March 8.

 

King, M. (with Young, A.) (2011) Personal Portfolio to IELTS Success. 15th Current Trends in English Language Testing, Dubai Men’s College, Dubai, 25th November 2011.

 

King, M. (2011) From Appraisee to Appriaser and Back Again: Lessons Learned? Teacher Appraisal Roadshow, British University in Dubai, Dubai. 13th October 2011.

King, M. (2011) Continuous Feedback on In-class Performance, Observation and Feedback: The Way Forward, British University in Dubai, Dubai. 19-20 May 2011.

King, M. (2011) Should We Reward Student Input?, UNESCO Chair Program Open Series Lectures, Sharjah Colleges, Sharjah.

 

King M. (2011) This house believes that English as a medium of instruction is the best way forward for the Arab world, 17th TESOL Arabia Conference, J.W. Marriott Hotel, Dubai, March.

 

King M. (with Cosgrove, C. & Lancaster, S.) (2010) Should we reward student input? 14th Current Trends in English Language Testing, Dubai Men’s College, Dubai, November.

 

King M. (2010) Is IELTS killing CLIL?, 16th TESOL Arabia Conference, Zayed University, Dubai, March.

 

King M. (2010) ELT management in the Gulf: What they never told me in college, 2nd Annual Teacher Leadership Academy, Dubai Men’s College, Dubai.

 

King M. (2010) Student and Teacher Views on IELTS in a Gulf-based College Context”. 2nd SharjahELT Colloquium, Sharjah University, Sharjah.

 

King, M. (2008) PBL for EAP, Professional Development Morning of Workshops, TESOL Arabia Sharjah Chapter, American University of Sharjah, Sharjah.

 

King, M. (2008) Critical Thinking ‘Rules’ Rules,  A Morning of Workshops, TESOL Arabia Abu Dhabi  Chapter, Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi.

 

King M. (2007) Academic reading: ‘Have to’ or ‘Want to’?, 13th TESOL Arabia Conference, J.W. Marriott Hotel, Dubai, March.

 

Mohnot, R. (2006) Personal Financial Planning: Skill-based Pragmatic Approach, Gulf Education and Training Expo, GETEX, Government of Dubai, 14 April 2006,

Mohnot, R. (2005) Technical Analysis in Dubai Stock Markets: Towards A Strategic Approach, AUST Network Approach Seminar, Ajman University of Science and Technology Network, 3 October, UAE.

 

Academic Awards

Various staff members have received a range of awards for their research activities, from Best Paper Awards to regional research awards. Examples being:

A. Epps: 2007, Best Paper Award. The European Applied Business Research Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, June 11-13.

 

A. Karnik: Awarded Indo-American Fellowship, 1989-90 for research at University of Texas at Austin (USA).

 

A. Karnik: Awarded the United Nations University (UNU) Research Training Grant to attend the UNU/WIDER Workshop on Environmental Economics, held in Colombo, Sri Lanka in December, 1992.

 

A. Karnik: Awarded the Overseas Visiting Scholarship at St. John’s College, Cambridge University, UK from January to June, 1995

 

A. Karnik: Awarded the Fulbright Fellowship for 1998-99 at University of California at Berkeley, USA.

 

A. Karnik: Awarded the Smuts Commonwealth Fellowship for 2003-04 at University of Cambridge (UK).

 

A.Karnik: Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge University, UK since 2003.

 

R. Mohnot: Best in Session Award, The 2010 Hawaii Global Conference on Business and Finance, Hawaii, USA, 3rd – 6th January.

 
C. Paris (2011). Travel and Tourism Research Association Keeling Dissertation Award given to the best tourism PhD dissertation in the field of tourism from 2008-2011. Awarded at the TTRA annual conference in London, Ontario, June 2011.

 

C. Paris (2011) 3rd place International Federation of Information Technology & Tourism (IFITT) and Journal of Information Technology & Tourism (JITT) Thesis Excellence Award in the field of tourism and technology.  Awarded at ENTER2011 in Innsbruck, Austria.

 

C. Paris: (2010) The Jafar Jafari Recognition Award for Best Ph.D. Dissertation at the 5th World Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure in Cappadocia, Turkey, May.

 

C. Paris: (with P. Seery) (2010) Best Paper Award: 15th Graduate Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Washington, DC.

 

C. Paris: (2009) Young Scientist Excellence Award, International Conference on Tourism Development and Management in Kos, Greece.

 

C. Paris: (2008) Best Masters Thesis at the 4th World Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality, and Leisure in Antalya, Turkey.

 

J, Sutton (1996) (with Huyton J.) Emerald Literary Guild 1996 Best Journal Articles – Highly Commended Paper, International Journal Of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol 8 /11 pp l6-26; January 1996 MCB Press, UK.

 

L. Vrazalic: (with R. MacGregor and D. Bunker) (2005) Best Paper Award. The 6th International We-B Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

 

M.L. Stephenson (2011) ‘Highly Commended Award Winner’ at the Emerald Literati Awards for Excellence 2011 for co-authored article on Islamic Hospitality for the Journal of Islamic Marketing.

 

N.S. Vyas (2008): Young Researcher Award, Third International Conference on Schizophrenia Research (Chennai, Madras).

 

R. Awamleh: 2006 Finalist, Dubai Economic Research Award (DERA), sponsored by Dubai Economic Department. Ranked among top seven out of 158 competitive papers. Presented in Award Ceremony. Published in DERA Distinguished Papers Series, Volume 1, 2007.

R. Awamleh: 2004, Best Paper Award. The European Applied Business Research Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, June 14-18.

R. Awamleh: 2003, Best Paper Award. The International Applied Business Research Conference, Acapulco, Mexico, March 17- 21.

 

Section Two: External Responsibilities

Current Journal Editorial Boards

1) Prof. Raed Awamleh
- Middle East Editor, Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce

2) Dr Marcus L. Stephenson
- International Journal of Excellence in Tourism, Hospitality and Catering
- Journal of Sport and Tourism

3) Dr Lejla Vrazalic
- Australasian Journal of Information Systems (Consulting Editor)
- Journal of Information Systems and Small Business (Review Board)

4) Dr John Sutton

- Editorial Review Board – IJCHM – International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management

- Editorial Review Board – ANATOLA – An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research

- Editorial Review Board – JOHAR – Journal of Hospitality Applications & Research

5) Dr. Fehmida Hussain

On the Review Editorial Board of Frontiers in Cognitive Science, a specialty of Frontiers in Psychology (www.frontiersin.org/cognitive_science)

 

Section Three: PhD Programmes

Staff Engaged in the Current Supervision of PhD Programmes

Dr Marcus L. Stephenson

London Metropolitan University (UK) 
1. Tourism and Community Tourism Planning in Mauritius

2. An Anthropological Assessment of Social Dynamics of Roots Tourism in West Africa

University of Northumbria

3. Branding, Sport Tourism and the Sport City Concept: A Dubai Case Study

 

PhD Supervision Completions by MDX Dubai Staff

Professor Ajit Karnik

  1. ‘The Dynamics of Public Debt: Its Determination and Effects on Savings and Investment’ by Sunita Gupta (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  2. ‘An Examination of Finances of Public Sector Enterprises in India’ by Sangeet Vidwans (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  3. ‘A Public Choice Perspective to Examining the Growth of Government: An Empirical Examination for the Indian Economy’ by Mala Lalvani (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  4. ‘A Study of Fiscal Deficits and its Relationship with Money Supply, Interest Rates, and Current Account Deficits: An Empirical Investigation for the Indian Economy’ by Swati Raju (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  5. ‘Power Generation in Maharashtra: A long Term Economic Analysis’ by M.R. Bhat (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  6. ‘Environmentally Sustainable Development: A Cross-country Empirical Analysis Employing Green National Accounting Concepts’ by Sangeeta Nandi (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  7. ‘A Study of Interest Rates in the Context of Financial Sector Liberalisation in India’ by Puneeta Rao (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  8. ‘Education and Employment: A Case Study of Graduates of the University of Mumbai’ by Madhu Paramjape (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  9. ‘Policy Evaluation in an Inter-related Financial Programming Framework: An Application to the Indian Economy’ by Abhilasha Maheshwari (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  10. ‘Financing Higher Education: Lessons from a Primary Survey’ by Pushkarni Panchamukhi (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).
  11. ‘Agricultural Prices in a Changing Economy: An Empirical Study of Indian Agriculture’ by Munish Alagh (Department of Economics, University of Mumbai).

 

Dr Marcus L. Stephenson

  1. ‘Tourism, Travel and the UK Pakistani Community’ by Dr Nazia Ali (University of Bedfordshire, UK).
  2. ‘Customer Relationship Marketing in the Hospitality Industry’ by Dr Diana Luck (London Metropolitan University, UK)

Dr Lejla Vrazalic

  1. ‘Government-initiated community schemes: What we can learn from the implementation of an Australian model’ by Dr Alison Norris (University of Wollongong, Australia).

 

Staff Engaged in PhD Study

Lynda Hyland. The Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management Programme in Ireland: A process evaluation and observational assessment of teacher-pupil outcomes, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

Mick King. Proposed study area: Appropriating language policy in the UAE, University of Exeter, UK.

Vijaya Kumar. A Study on the Risk Management Decisions in Logistics Industry in United Arab Emirates, Banasthali University, India.

Neelofer Mashood. A Study of Cross-Cultural Aspects of Managing Business Organisations in the United Arab Emirates, Aligarh Muslim University.

Hameedah Sayani. Relationship between securities laws and volatility: The case of Karachi Stock Exchange, University of Wollongong in Duba.i

Racquel Warner. A critical investigation into student engagement as a pedagogical approach to in Higher Education in the UAE, Exeter University.