Associate Professor Jeremy Buultjens BEc(Monash), DipEd(GIAE), BA(NE), GradDipAgEc(NE), MBus(UNE), PHD(Griff) Associate Professor Jeremy Buultjens is the Director of the Regional Futures Institute, located in the School of Business and Tourism. He is also the Managing Editor of the Journal of Economic and Social Policy. He has taught in a number of units ranging from Economics and Industrial Relations through to Tourism Planning and Indigenous Tourism. Jeremy's research interests include Indigenous entrepreneurship, regional development and tourism, tourism in protected areas, and employment relations. His publications have appeared in Tourism Management, Journal of Industrial Relations, International Journal of Employment Studies, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Labour and Industry and the Australasian Journal of Business and Social Enquiry. He has also presented widely at national and international conferences. Jeremy has conducted numerous consultancies. His clients have included the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, the NSW Crown Solicitor’s Office, W.A. Department of Conservation and Land Management, and the Northern Rivers Area Consultative Committee.
Strategies for adopting consumer-generated media in small-sized to medium-sized tourism enterprises (with Stephen Burgess, Carmine Sellitto, and Carmen Cox), International Journal of Tourism Research (2014)
Consumer-generated media (CGM) are created when consumers submit, review or respond to online content. The...
The asbestos narratives: a report into the real impact of an asbestos-related diagnosis on the lives of men and women and their carers (with Grant Cairncross, Desirée Kozlowski, Steve Provost, Suman Sen, Julie Tucker, and Rick van der Zwan), School of Business and Tourism (2014)
Facilitating the development of Australian Indigenous tourism enterprises: The Business Ready Program for Indigenous Tourism (with Debra Gale), Tourism Management Perspectives (2013)
Tourism has been identified as a sector capable of offering economic opportunities for Indigenous people...
Hosts guests and a drug culture in a destination: a case study of Nimbin Australia (with Kate Neale and Matthew James Lamont), Journal of Destination Marketing & Management (2013)
Host and visitor interactions are important in determining a destination's sustainability. According to social exchange...
A profile of gambling behaviour and impacts among Indigenous Australians attending a cultural event in New South Wales (with Nerilee Hing, Helen Breen, and Ashley Gordon), Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Tores Strait Islander Studies (2012)
This study examines gambling behaviour, gambling motivations, gambling-related problems, impacts of gambling and help-seeking among...
Industrial relations in Australia: work and workplace (with Richard Sappey, John Burgess, and Michael Lyons), (2009)
Sustainable regional tourism destinations: best practice for the sustainable management, development and marketing of regional tourism destinations (with M Wray, D Dredge, Carmen Cox, M Hollick, D Lee, and M Pearlman), Sustainable regional tourism destinations: best practice for the sustainable management, development and marketing of regional tourism destinations (2009)
Training needs of the hospitality industry (with Paul A. Whitelaw, Paul Barron, Grant Cairncross, and Michael Davidson), Training needs for the hospitality industry (2009)
Indigenous community development and self employment: with case studies in eco-tourism in North Australia (with Don Fuller and Myles Howard), School of Commerce and Management Papers (2007)
Mining and Indigenous tourism in Northern Australia (with David Brereton, Paul Memmott, Joseph Reser, Linda Thomson, Tanuja Barker, Tim O'Rourke, and Catherine Chambers), School of Commerce and Management Papers (2007)
Complex inter-relationships between ecotourism and Indigenous peoples (with Nadine E. White and Amanda Shoebridge), International handbook on ecotourism (2013)
Climate change policy responses of Australia and New Zealand national governments: implications for sustainable tourism (with Nadine E. White), Tourism, climate change and sustainability (2012)
Ecotourism and Indigenous peoples (with Amanda Shoebridge and Nadine E. White), International handbook on ecotourism (2012)
A study of Web 2.0 tourism sites: A usability and web features perspective (with Carmen Sellitto, Stephen Burgess, and Carmen Cox), Tourism informatics: Visual Travel Recommender Systems, Social Communities and User Interface Design (2010)
The term Web 2.0 was coined around 2004 and was used to describe more interactive...
Generation Y and work in tourism and hospitality: problem? What problem?’ (with Grant Cairncross), Tourism and generation Y (2010)
Generation Y and work in the tourism and hospitality industry: problem? What Problem? (with Grant Cairncross), Centre for Enterprise Development and Research Occasional Paper (2007)
It appears that there are employers who believe that Generation Y employees are often problematic....
Industrial relations processes in registered clubs of New South Wales, PhD thesis, Griffith University, Brisbane, Qld. (2000)
Industrial relations processes in small business in New South Wales, MA thesis, University of New England (1993)
Digital and connected: online communities and improved health outcomes for the regions, Digital Rural Futures Conference (2014)
Digital technology and improved health outcomes for regions: a case study of abestos-related suffers in regional NSW (with J Tucker and D Kozlowski), Conference Proceedings: Digital Rural Futures Conference: Regional futures, agricultural futures, digital futures (2014)
Asbestos-related disease has considerable physical, social, psychological and economic impacts on those diagnosed, their carers...
Sri Lankan tourism: possibilities for a sustainable future, Tourism Leisure and Global Change (2014)
The economic impact of the Birdsville Races (with Grant Cairncross), Tourism and hospitality in the contemporary world: trends, changes & complexity: Proceedings fo the 24th Annual ConferenceCouncil for Australasian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) (2014)
Events and festivals can provide substantial benefits to host communities however they can also result...
Enterprise bargaining: a comparative study of small to medium businesses in the Australian hospitality and clothing and footwear industries (with Grant Cairncross and M Crowe), Regulation, Deregulation and Re-regulation: the Scope of Employment Relations in the 21st Century: Proceedings of the the 11th Annual International Employment Relations Association Conference (2009)