Nazila Babakhani
Nazila Babakhani
PhD Candidate at School of Business, The University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au
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An application of European Customer Satisfaction Index (ECSI) in business to business (B2B) context
MH Askariazad, N Babakhani
Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 2015
802015
The hybrid tourist
Y Boztug, N Babakhani, C Laesser, S Dolnicar
Annals of Tourism Research 54, 190-203, 2015
502015
Improving carbon offsetting appeals in online airplane ticket purchasing: Testing new messages, and using new test methods
N Babakhani, BW Ritchie, S Dolnicar
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 25 (7), 955-969, 2017
392017
“I know what you’re going to ask me” Why respondents don’t read survey questions
K Brosnan, N Babakhani, S Dolnicar
International Journal of Market Research 61 (4), 366-379, 2019
162019
Importance of the corporate reputation in B2B context in Iran: An empirical study
A Miremadi, N Babakhani, M Yousefian, H Fotoohi
International Journal of Marketing Studies 3 (4), 146-157, 2011
132011
Motivating postgrad research students to pitch their ideas: What have we learned from'pitching research'competitions at UQ?
RW Faff, N Babakhani, R Carrick, A Chen, K Dallest, L Daunt, M Escobar, ...
112017
Carbon labels on restaurant menus: do people pay attention to them?
N Babakhani, A Lee, S Dolnicar
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 28 (1), 51-68, 2020
82020
Drivers of customer loyalty in business to business (B2B) context
M Askariazad, N Babakhani
Global Business and Technology Association, 37-44, 2011
22011
Do tourists notice social responsibility information?
N Babakhani, M Randle, S Dolnicar
Current Issues in Tourism 23 (5), 559-571, 2020
12020
A good graph is worth a thousand numbers
N Babakhani, F Leisch, S Dolnicar
Annals of Tourism Research 76 (C), 338-342, 2019
12019
Using psycho-physiological methods in three tourism contexts to measure consumer attention to pro-environmental information
N Babakhani
2019
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