2023 - Research.com Business and Management in China Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in China Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Advertising, Hospitality industry, Hospitality and The Internet. His Marketing research integrates issues from E-commerce and Hospitality management studies. His Advertising research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quality, Perception, Customer satisfaction, Social media and Popularity.
His Hospitality industry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hotel industry, Knowledge management, Public relations, Technology acceptance model and Location theory. His Hospitality study deals with Content analysis intersecting with Information and Communications Technology. In his study, Online booking is inextricably linked to Usability, which falls within the broad field of The Internet.
His primary areas of investigation include Marketing, Advertising, Hospitality, Hospitality industry and The Internet. His study in the fields of Consumer behaviour under the domain of Marketing overlaps with other disciplines such as Information technology. His research integrates issues of E-commerce, Perception, Tourist industry, Social media and Information system in his study of Advertising.
As part of his studies on Hospitality, Rob Law often connects relevant areas like Public relations. Rob Law combines topics linked to Quality with his work on Hospitality industry. His study connects Tourism geography and The Internet.
Rob Law mainly focuses on Marketing, Hospitality, Hospitality industry, Advertising and Knowledge management. Rob Law frequently studies issues relating to Qualitative research and Marketing. His Hospitality research focuses on Social media and how it connects with Big data.
The various areas that Rob Law examines in his Hospitality industry study include Customer relationship management, Hotel industry and Consumer behaviour. His study in Advertising is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Perception, Loyalty, Usability and Purchasing. While working in this field, Rob Law studies both Knowledge management and Information technology.
Rob Law mainly investigates Marketing, Hospitality industry, Social media, Hospitality and Knowledge management. Rob Law combines subjects such as Incentive and Control with his study of Marketing. His studies in Hospitality industry integrate themes in fields like Diversity, Advertising, Customer relationship management, Customer satisfaction and Information and Communications Technology.
His Advertising research incorporates elements of Usability and Perception. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Tourism marketing, Quality, Data science and Destinations. His Hospitality research integrates issues from Public relations, Field, Strategic management and Earth mover's distance.
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Progress in information technology and tourism management: 20 years on and 10 years after the Internet - the state of eTourism research.
Dimitrios Buhalis;Rob Law.
Social media in tourism and hospitality : a literature review
Daniel Leung;Rob Law;Hubert van Hoof;Dimitrios Buhalis.
The impact of online user reviews on hotel room sales
Qiang Ye;Qiang Ye;Rob Law;Bin Gu.
The influence of user-generated content on traveler behavior: An empirical investigation on the effects of e-word-of-mouth to hotel online bookings
Qiang Ye;Rob Law;Bin Gu;Wei Chen.
The impact of website quality on customer satisfaction and purchase intentions : evidence from Chinese online visitors
Billy Bai;Rob Law;Ivan Wen.
The impact of e-word-of-mouth on the online popularity of restaurants: a comparison of consumer reviews and editor reviews.
Ziqiong Zhang;Qiang Ye;Rob Law;Yijun Li.
Progress in tourism management : a review of website evaluation in tourism research
Rob Law;Shanshan Qi;Dimitrios Buhalis.
“Do We Believe in TripAdvisor?” Examining Credibility Perceptions and Online Travelers’ Attitude toward Using User-Generated Content
Julian K. Ayeh;Norman Au;Rob Law.
Sentiment classification of online reviews to travel destinations by supervised machine learning approaches
Qiang Ye;Ziqiong Zhang;Rob Law.
The impact of the perception of risk on international travellers
Metin Kozak;John C. Crotts;Rob Law.
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