Robert van der Veen
Robert van der Veen
Research Fellow, Oxford Brookes University
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The Hong Kong tourist satisfaction index
H Song, R Van der Veen, G Li, JL Chen
Annals of Tourism Research 39 (1), 459-479, 2012
1992012
Assessing mainland Chinese tourists' satisfaction with Hong Kong using tourist satisfaction index
H Song, G Li, R van der Veen, JL Chen
International Journal of Tourism Research 13 (1), 82-96, 2011
1092011
Mediating effects of place attachment and satisfaction on the relationship between tourists’ emotions and intention to recommend
S Hosany, G Prayag, R Van Der Veen, S Huang, S Deesilatham
Journal of Travel Research 56 (8), 1079-1093, 2017
822017
Impact of the perceived image of celebrity endorsers on tourists’ intentions to visit
R Van der Veen, H Song
Journal of Travel Research 53 (2), 211-224, 2014
722014
The popularity of prestigious hospitality journals: a Google Scholar approach
R Law, R van der Veen
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 2008
572008
Exploratory study of the measurement scales for the perceived image and advertising effectiveness of celebrity endorsers in a tourism context
R van der Veen, H Song
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 27 (5), 460-473, 2010
432010
Analysis of the implementation of celebrity endorsement as a destination marketing instrument
R van der Veen
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 24 (2-3), 213-222, 2008
362008
Corporate social responsibility, corporate reputation, customer emotions and behavioral intentions: A structural equation modeling analysis
L Su, S Huang, R van der Veen, X Chen
Journal of China Tourism Research 10 (4), 511-529, 2014
332014
‘Pushing the boundaries’: participant motivation and self-reported benefits of short-term international study tours
T Bretag, R van der Veen
Innovations in Education and Teaching International 54 (3), 175-183, 2017
162017
The impact of coping strategies on occupational stress and turnover intentions among hotel employees
S Huang, R van der Veen, Z Song
Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management 27 (8), 926-945, 2018
112018
New era of China tourism research
S Huang, R Van der Veen, G Zhang
Journal of China Tourism Research 10 (4), 379-387, 2014
112014
Celebrity endorsement effectiveness for print destination advertising
R van der Veen
European Journal of Tourism Research 2 (2), 186, 2009
112009
Investigating learning approaches of Confucian heritage culture students and teachers’ perspectives in Hong Kong
P Penfold, R van der Veen
Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism 14 (1), 69-86, 2014
102014
Unlocking the Talents‐in‐Waiting: Case Study Analysis of Chinese and Indian High‐Skilled Migrants in South Australia
D Sardana, Y Zhu, R van der Veen
International Migration 54 (6), 74-93, 2016
92016
Examining the moderating role of prior knowledge in the relationship between destination experiences and tourist satisfaction
S Huang, A Afsharifar, R Veen
Journal of Vacation Marketing 22 (4), 320-334, 2016
92016
The moderation of gender and generation in the effects of perceived destination image on tourist attitude and visit intention: A study of potential Chinese visitors to Australia
S Huang, R van der Veen
Journal of Vacation Marketing 25 (3), 375-389, 2019
62019
Pushing the Boundaries’: The benefits of short-term international study tours in the development of students’ intercultural competencies
T Bretag, R van der Veen
24th International Education Association Conference on Comprehensive …, 2013
22013
Critical components in preparing students for short-term study tours to Asia
T Bretag, R van der Veen, S Saddiqui, Y Zhu
Handbook of research on study abroad programs and outbound mobility, 188-214, 2016
12016
Emotions, Satisfaction, and Place Attachment: A Structural Model
G Prayag, R Van Der Veen, S Huang, S Hosany
University of Canterbury. Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, 2015
12015
Analysis of celebrity endorsement as an effective destination marketing tool
R van der Veen
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