|Present||Professor of Marketing, Bond University|
Honors and Awards
- Distinguished International Panel Member, Master’s Symposium, Auckland University of Technology (MARS/AUT), 2014, 2015
- Research Award for Publications, Certificate of Achievement, 2011, Bond University
- Promoted to Full Professor, 2009
- Invited Faculty Participant, 2006 Doctoral Colloquium, Queensland University of Technology, December
- Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award, Bond University, May 2004
- Advisor to recipient of Graduate Student Research Fellowship (1998-1999)
- Researcher of the Year, School of Business, Southern Connecticut State University (1996-1997)
- Connecticut State University Summer Research Grant (1997, 2001, 2002)
- Northeast Business and Economic Association 1996 Conference, winner, Best Competitive Paper
- AMA Doctoral Consortium Fellow (1991)
- Eighth Annual University of Houston Doctoral Symposium (1990), Doctoral Student Representative
- Graduate Registration Scholarship, University of Arizona (1991-1992)
- Graduate Academic Scholarship, University of Arizona (1990-1991)
- Frank and Norma Exter Scholarship (1981)
- President's Honor List, California Polytechnic State University (1980)
|1988 - 1993||Doctor of Philosophy, Business Administration. Major in Marketing, University of Arizona|
|1982 - 1985||Master of Arts, Economics, San Jose State University|
|1978 - 1981||Bachelor of Science, Economics and International Business, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo|
Faculty of Business
Bond University QLD 4229
Phone: +61 7 559 52276
Casino customers in Asian versus Western gaming jurisdictions: Implications for ...
Worldwide hospitality and tourism themes: How can casino gaming be used to maximize the benefits for tourism destinations? (2009)
Purpose – Most of the growth in casino expansion for the foreseeable future will take place in Asia. Western casino ...
Book Chapters (2)
Unpublished Papers (1)
Research Reports (1)
International student gambling: The role of acculturation, gambling cognitions and ...
Bond Business School Publications (2011)
This research study examines the gambling behaviour of international university students in Australia It explores psychological risk factors and help-seeking ...