Ali Bavik, PhD.

Assistant Professor at the Macau Institute for Tourism Studies

About Me

Ali Bavik is an Assistant Professor at the Macau Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM). Bavik completed his Ph.D. at the University of Otago. His research interests are in the area of hospitality marketing and hospitality management, specifically the study of hospitality, hospitality and marketing, leadership, organizational behavior, and tourist behavior. Bavik has international lecturing experience from Cyprus, New Zealand, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, and Macau. He has published several articles in reputable journals. He also has had numerous abstracts and has presented his research work at major conferences.

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AREAS OF RESEARCH EXPERTISE

Organizational Culture   |   Leadership   |   Tourist Behavior   |   Hospitality   Marketing   |   Corporate Social Responsibility

AREAS OF TEACHING EXPERTISE

Research Methods   |   Organizational Culture   |   Consumer Behavior  |   Leadership   |   Tourism and Hospitality Management

Qualifications

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Ph.D. (2014) University of Otago,

Dunedin-New Zealand

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M.S (2006) Eastern Mediterranean University,

Famagusta-Cyprus

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B.S (2001) Eastern Mediterranean University,

Famagusta-Cyprus

Recent Publications

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Kuo, F., C., Bavik, A., Nga, H., & Yu, C. (2020) The sweet spot in the eye of the beholder: Exploring the sweet and sour spots of Asian restaurant menus, Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management, 3, pp1-16
Bavik, A., Correia, A., & Kozak, M. (2020). What Makes Our Stay Longer or Shorter? A Study on Macau. Journal of China Tourism Research, 1-18.
Bavik, A., Correia, A., & Kozak, M. (2020). What Makes Our Stay Longer or Shorter? A Study on Macau. Journal of China Tourism Research, 1-18.
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Bavik, A. (2020). A systematic review of the servant leadership literature in management and hospitality. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management.

Development Training Research Symposium Series

TO SCALE OR NOT TO SCALE: THAT IS THE QUESTION

Development Training Research Symposium Series

TO SCALE OR NOT TO SCALE: THAT IS THE QUESTION

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