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Business and Law Research Highlights – May

Friday, 19 May 2017

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Executive Dean Maryam Omari

Executive Dean Maryam Omari has had her paper with an external colleague published in Public Money and Management (an ABDC A-ranked journal). Robust performance management or workplace bullying? Not just the ‘what’ but the ‘how’.

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Professorial Research Fellow Professor Stephen Teo

Professorial Research Fellow Professor Stephen Teo has also had a paper with external colleagues published in Public Money and Management (an ABDC A-ranked journal). Workplace bullying, workplace relationships and job outcomes for police officers in Australia. Public Money and Management.

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Dr Jennifer Lajom

Dr Jennifer Lajom and her external colleagues have had their paper published in the Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, an ABDC A-ranked journal. Feeling positive and productive: The role of supervisor-worker relationship in predicting construction workers' performance in the Philippines.

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SBL PhD student, Hossein Raisi, Associate Professor Llandis Barratt-Pugh, Dr Greg Wilson

SBL PhD student, Hossein Raisi alongside Associate Professor Llandis Barratt-Pugh, Dr Greg Wilson and an external colleague, have had their paper published by the Journal of Travel Research (an ABDC A*-ranked journal). Hyperlink network analysis of a tourism destination.

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Associate Professor Sean Kim

Associate Professor Sean Kim and his external colleague have had their paper published in the Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing (an ABDC A-ranked journal). Perceived values of TV drama, audience involvement, and behavioral intention in film tourism.

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Associate Professor Sean Kim also had another paper with external colleagues published in Current Issues in Tourism (an ABDC A-ranked journal). Evaluating participation in community-based tourism (CBT): a local perspective in Laos.

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