Mohamad Abou-Shouk
Mohamad Abou-Shouk
Associate Professor, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sharjah, UAE
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The influence of website quality dimensions on e-purchasing behaviour and e-loyalty: a comparative study of Egyptian travel agents and hotels
MA Abou-Shouk, GS Khalifa
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 34 (5), 608-623, 2017
Perceived benefits and e-commerce adoption by SME travel agents in developing countries: Evidence from Egypt
M Abou-Shouk, P Megicks, WM Lim
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research 37 (4), 490-515, 2013
Using competing models to evaluate the role of environmental pressures in ecommerce adoption by small and medium sized travel agents in a developing country
MA Abou-Shouk, WM Lim, P Megicks
Tourism Management 52, 327-339, 2016
Internet adoption by travel agents: A case of Egypt
M Abou‐Shouk, WM Lim, P Megicks
International Journal of Tourism Research 15 (3), 298-312, 2013
The impact of gamification adoption intention on brand awareness and loyalty in tourism: the mediating effect of customer engagement
M Abou-Shouk, M Soliman
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 20, 100559, 2021
Levels of business to business e-commerce adoption and competitive advantage in small and medium-sized enterprises: a comparison study between Egypt and the United States
I Elbeltagi, H Hamad, J Moizer, MA Abou-Shouk
Journal of Global Information Technology Management 19 (1), 6-25, 2016
Sense of place relationship with tourist satisfaction and intentional revisit: Evidence from Egypt
MA Abou‐Shouk, N Zoair, MN El‐Barbary, MM Hewedi
International Journal of Tourism Research 20 (2), 172-181, 2018
Women's empowerment and tourism development: A cross-country study
MA Abou-Shouk, MT Mannaa, AM Elbaz
Tourism Management Perspectives 37, 100782, 2021
Investigating the success factors of hotel websites: The case of egyptian hotels
GSA Khalifa, MAA Abou-Shouk
Asia-Pacific Journal of Innovation in Hospitality and Tourism (APJIHT) 3 (2 …, 2014
e-Commerce and small tourism businesses in developing countries: Drivers versus boundaries of adoption
M Abou-Shouk, WM Lim, P Megicks
Tourism Planning & Development 10 (3), 249-266, 2013
Destination management organizations and destination marketing: adopting the business model of e-portals in engaging travel agents
MA Abou-Shouk
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 35 (2), 178-188, 2018
Perceived barriers to e-commerce adoption in SMEs in developing countries: The case of travel agents in Egypt
M Abou-Shouk, M Eraqi
International Journal of Services and Operations Management, 2013
Evaluating tourism and hospitality graduates: perceptions of stakeholders in Egypt
IE Husin, MA Abou-Shouk, GSA Khalifa
Proceedings of the 3rdRegional Conference on Tourism Research, 29-31 Oct …, 2013
Predicting behavioural intention of international tourists towards geotours
MSA Soliman, MA Abou-Shouk
Geoheritage 9 (4), 505-517, 2017
Antecedents and consequences of social media adoption in travel and tourism: evidence from customers and industry
MA Abou-Shouk, MM Hewedi
International Journal of Social, Behavioral, Educational, Economic, Business …, 2016
The role of international exhibition venues in marketing exhibitors’ destinations
MA Abou-Shouk, NI Zoair, MM Farrag, MM Hewedi
Journal of Vacation Marketing 24 (2), 136-147, 2018
Egyptian travel agents and e-commerce
M Abou-Shouk, WM Lim
Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2010, 357-368, 2010
Investigating e-commerce adoption in small and medium-sized tourism enterprises: a case of travel agents in Egypt
MAAE Abou-Shouk
University of Plymouth, 2012
Exploring customers’ attitudes to the adoption of robots in tourism and hospitality
M Abou-Shouk, HE Gad, A Abdelhakim
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, 2021
The role of tourism-related organisation networks in developing sustainable community livelihoods
AM Elbaz, MA Abou-Shouk
Journal of Basic and Environmental Sciences 3 (2016), 112-122, 2016
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