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A. Prof. Spencer, Advertising Expenditure and Tourist Arrival Figures: The case of Jamaica, Tourism and Hospitality Research Journal , 2010.
A. Prof. Spencer and McBean, L., Alignment of Tourism Investment to the SDGs in Jamaica, Alignment of Tourism Investment to the SDGs in Jamaica: An Exploratory Study. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 2020.
A. Prof. Spencer, Assessing Gender Depictions in Jamaican Hotels through the lens of Entertainment Coordinators, Assessing Gender Depictions in Jamaican Hotels through the lens of Entertainment Coordinators: An application of Butler’s theory of Performativity to the study of Creative Industries. Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies 37 (3/4) pp 97-114., 2013.
A. Prof. Spencer and Chevers, D., A Comparative Analysis of the use and impact of ICTs in Mass Tourism Destinations, A Comparative Analysis of the use and impact of ICTs in Mass Tourism Destinations: The case of Jamaica and the Bahamas. Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies 42 (2) 81-99. , 2018.
A. Prof. Spencer, Critical Theory: Challenging the reductionist epistemology of technology adoption research in the travel industry, Critical Theory: Challenging the reductionist epistemology of technology adoption research in the travel industry. Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies 40 (3) pp. 24-61.
A. Prof. Spencer and Chevers, D., Customer Satisfaction in Jamaican Hotels through the use of Information and Communication Technology, Customer Satisfaction in Jamaican Hotels through the use of Information and Communication Technology. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 2017.
A. Prof. Spencer and D., B., Female Sex Tourism in Jamaica: An Assessment of Perceptions., Female Sex Tourism in Jamaica: An Assessment of Perceptions. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 6(1) 13-21. , 2017.
E. Mackay and Prof. Spencer, A., The Future of Caribbean Tourism: Competitions and Climate Change Implications. , The Future of Caribbean Tourism: Competitions and Climate Change Implications. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes 9(1) 44-59. , 2017.
A. Prof. Spencer, A Hierarchical Model of Technology Adoption for Small Owner-Managed Travel Firms: An organizational decision-making and leadership perspective, Tourism Management Journal, vol. 33, p. 1208, 2012.
A. P. Crick and Prof. Spencer, A., Hospitality Quality: New Directions and new Challenges., International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 263-7, 2011.
A. Prof. Spencer and Chevers, D., Meeting and Exceeding Guest Expectations, Meeting and Exceeding Guest Expectations: The Influencing Role of Technology in Bahamian Hotels. Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends, 2018.
A. Prof. Spencer and Smith, J., No one will be left behind?”, No one will be left behind?” Taino Indigenous communities in the Caribbean and the road to SDGs 2030. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 2020.
M. McLeod, Prof. Spencer, A., and Huntley, E., Re-inventing, Revolutionizing and Transforming Caribbean Tourism, Re-inventing, Revolutionizing and Transforming Caribbean Tourism: Multi-country Regional Institutions and a Research Agenda. Journal of Destination Marketing and Management , 2016.
A. Prof. Spencer and D., B., “Swimming against the tide: The Tourist Industry in Jamaica during World War I”, “Swimming against the tide: The Tourist Industry in Jamaica during World War I” Jamaican Historical Review 27, 2017.
A. Prof. Spencer, Tourism and Hospitality Education in the Caribbean: A Comparative Analysis, Tourism and Hospitality Education in the Caribbean: A Comparative Analysis. Journal of Education and Development in the Caribbean 15 (2) 90-110., 2016.
A. Prof. Spencer, Tourism and Technology in The Global Economy: Challenges for Small Island States, Tourism and Technology in The Global Economy: Challenges for Small Island States. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 6 (2) 152-165 , 2014.
A. Clayton, Using Integrated Assessment to develop Policy Options: Trade, Land Use and Biodiversity- a case study of the sugar industry in Jamaica, World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, vol. 8, p. 182, 2012.
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