S. Mostafa Rasoolimanesh
S. Mostafa Rasoolimanesh
Professor of Tourism, Director of Sustainable Tourism Impact Lab and CRiT in Taylor's University
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An assessment of the use of partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) in hospitality research
F Ali, SM Rasoolimanesh, M Sarstedt, CM Ringle, K Ryu
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 2018
Urban vs. rural destinations: Residents’ perceptions, community participation and support for tourism development
SM Rasoolimanesh, CM Ringle, M Jaafar, T Ramayah
Tourism management 60, 147-158, 2017
A revised framework of social exchange theory to investigate the factors influencing residents' perceptions
SM Rasoolimanesh, M Jaafar, N Kock, T Ramayah
Tourism Management Perspectives 16, 335-345, 2015
Applying partial least squares in tourism and hospitality research
F Ali, SM Rasoolimanesh, C Cobanoglu
Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018
A systematic scoping review of sustainable tourism indicators in relation to the sustainable development goals
SM Rasoolimanesh, S Ramakrishna, CM Hall, K Esfandiar, S Seyfi
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 1-21, 2020
Perception of young local residents toward sustainable conservation programmes: A case study of the Lenggong World Cultural Heritage Site
M Jaafar, SM Noor, SM Rasoolimanesh
Tourism Management 48, 154-163, 2015
Community participation in World Heritage Site conservation and tourism development
SM Rasoolimanesh, M Jaafar, AG Ahmad, R Barghi
Tourism Management 58, 142-153, 2017
Factors influencing residents’ perceptions toward tourism development: Differences across rural and urban world heritage sites
SM Rasoolimanesh, JL Roldán, M Jaafar, T Ramayah
Journal of Travel Research 56 (6), 760-775, 2017
Tourists' perceived value and satisfaction in a community-based homestay in the Lenggong Valley World Heritage Site
SM Rasoolimanesh, N Dahalan, M Jaafar
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 26, 72-81, 2016
Exploring memorable cultural tourism experiences
S Seyfi, CM Hall, SM Rasoolimanesh
Journal of Heritage Tourism 15 (3), 341-357, 2020
Tourism growth and entrepreneurship: Empirical analysis of development of rural highlands
M Jaafar, SM Rasoolimanesh
Tourism management perspectives 14, 17-24, 2015
Assessing the mediating role of residents’ perceptions toward tourism development
M Gannon, SM Rasoolimanesh, B Taheri
Journal of Travel Research 60 (1), 149-171, 2021
The effects of community factors on residents’ perceptions toward World Heritage Site inscription and sustainable tourism development
SM Rasoolimanesh, M Jaafar, N Kock, AG Ahmad
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 25 (2), 198-216, 2017
Sustainable tourism development and residents’ perceptions in World Heritage Site destinations
SM Rasoolimanesh, M Jaafar
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 22 (1), 34-48, 2017
Destination image during the COVID-19 pandemic and future travel behavior: The moderating role of past experience
SM Rasoolimanesh, S Seyfi, R Rastegar, CM Hall
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 21, 100620, 2021
Investigating the effects of tourist engagement on satisfaction and loyalty
SM Rasoolimanesh, S Md Noor, F Schuberth, M Jaafar
The Service Industries Journal 39 (7-8), 559-574, 2019
Perceived sociocultural impacts of tourism and community participation: A case study of Langkawi Island
M Jaafar, SM Rasoolimanesh, S Ismail
Tourism and Hospitality Research 17 (2), 123-134, 2017
Does living in the vicinity of heritage tourism sites influence residents’ perceptions and attitudes?
SM Rasoolimanesh, B Taheri, M Gannon, A Vafaei-Zadeh, H Hanifah
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 27 (9), 1295-1317, 2019
First-time versus repeat tourism customer engagement, experience, and value cocreation: An empirical investigation
RA Rather, LD Hollebeek, SM Rasoolimanesh
Journal of Travel Research 61 (3), 549-564, 2022
City development strategies (CDS) and sustainable urbanization in developing world
SM Rasoolimanesh, N Badarulzaman, M Jaafar
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 36, 623-631, 2012
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