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Elizabeth Agyeiwaah
Elizabeth Agyeiwaah
Lecturer, UQ Business School
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Identifying core indicators of sustainable tourism: A path forward?
E Agyeiwaah, B McKercher, W Suntikul
Tourism Management Perspectives 24, 26-33, 2017
3232017
Understanding culinary tourist motivation, experience, satisfaction, and loyalty using a structural approach
E Agyeiwaah, FE Otoo, W Suntikul, WJ Huang
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 36 (3), 295-313, 2019
2392019
Make a customer, not a sale: Tourist satisfaction in Hong Kong
E Agyeiwaah, R Adongo, A Dimache, A Wondirad
Tourism Management 57, 68-79, 2016
1522016
Perceived impacts of COVID-19 on risk perceptions, emotions, and travel intentions: evidence from Macau higher educational institutions
E Agyeiwaah, I Adam, F Dayour, F Badu Baiden
Tourism Recreation Research 46 (2), 195-211, 2021
932021
Determining the attributes that influence students’ online learning satisfaction during COVID-19 pandemic
E Agyeiwaah, FB Baiden, E Gamor, FC Hsu
Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education 30, 100364, 2022
922022
Exploring the relevance of sustainability to micro tourism and hospitality accommodation enterprises (MTHAEs): Evidence from home-stay owners
E Agyeiwaah
Journal of Cleaner Production 226, 159-171, 2019
802019
Examining food festival attendees’ existential authenticity and experiential value on affective factors and loyalty: An application of stimulus-organism-response paradigm
FC Hsu, E Agyeiwaah, I Lynn, L Chen
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 48, 264-274, 2021
782021
Domestic tourists to Elmina Castle, Ghana: Motivation, tourism impacts, place attachment, and satisfaction
G Prayag, W Suntikul, E Agyeiwaah
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 26 (12), 2053-2070, 2018
692018
One museum, two stories: Place identity at the Hong Kong Museum of History
A Dimache, A Wondirad, E Agyeiwaah
Tourism Management 63, 287-301, 2017
612017
Over-tourism and sustainable consumption of resources through sharing: the role of government
E Agyeiwaah
International Journal of Tourism Cities 6 (1), 99-116, 2020
552020
Backpackers in Hong Kong–motivations, preferences and contribution to sustainable tourism
LC Nok, W Suntikul, E Agyeiwaah, D Tolkach
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 34 (8), 1058-1070, 2017
502017
Determining the attributes of gastronomic tourism experience: Applying impact‐range performance and asymmetry analyses
S Pratt, W Suntikul, E Agyeiwaah
International Journal of Tourism Research 22 (5), 564-581, 2020
492020
How does employee commitment impact customers' attitudinal loyalty?
E Agyeiwaah, F Dayour, Y Zhou
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Insights 5 (2), 350-376, 2022
482022
International tourists' motivations for choosing homestay in the Kumasi Metropolis of Ghana
E Agyeiwaah
Anatolia 24 (3), 405-409, 2013
442013
The contribution of small accommodation enterprises to sustainable solid waste management
E Agyeiwaah
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 44, 1-9, 2020
402020
International tourists’ motivations to choose homestay: Do their socio-demographics have any influence?
E Agyeiwaah, O Akyeampong, EK Amenumey
Tourism and Hospitality Research 13 (1), 16-26, 2013
352013
‘Cool Japan’: Anime, soft power and Hong Kong generation Y travel to Japan
E Agyeiwaah, W Suntikul, LYS Carmen
Journal of China Tourism Research 15 (2), 127-148, 2019
332019
Understanding backpacker sustainable behavior using the tri-component attitude model
E Agyeiwaah, F Dayour, FE Otoo, B Goh
Sustainable Consumer Behaviour and the Environment, 173-194, 2021
312021
Understanding the social identity, motivations, and sustainable behaviour among backpackers: a clustering approach
I Adam, E Agyeiwaah, F Dayour
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 38 (2), 139-154, 2021
302021
Accommodation preference among international volunteer tourists in the Kumasi Metropolis of Ghana
E Agyeiwaah, O Akyeampong, E Amenumey, KA Boakye
Tourism Management Perspectives 10, 7-10, 2014
302014
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