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Li Li

  • Senior Lecturer in Business and Management
  • Email: l.li2@bathspa.ac.uk
  • School or Department: CoLA - Bath Business School
  • Office: NP.CM.229
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Personal statement

Dr Li Li has recently joined the Bath Spa University as a Senior Lecturer in Business and Management. Previously she held academic positions in University of Derby, University of Surrey and Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Her expertise is centred on management learning and development, managerial practice, and tourism and hospitality management. She is experienced with both qualitative and quantitative research.

Professional qualifications

  • PhD in Management (University of Surrey)
  • MSc in eTourism (distinction) (University of Surrey).

  •  FHEA.

Other external roles

  • Member of Editorial Advisor Board for Research in Hospitality Management journal
  • Ad hoc reviewer for academic journals such as Management Learning, Human Resource Development Quarterly, Journal of Hospitality Management
  • External Examiner for the University of Hull.

Teaching specialism

  • Module leader of Destination Management and Contemporary Issues in Tourism
  • Business and the Environment module team delivery (lectures, seminars, assessment)
  • Human Resource Management module team delivery (seminars, assessment).

Current scholarship

Dr Li is currently working on a number of papers on management practice, international education, and technology applications in tourism and hospitality management.

Research supervision

  • Undergraduate dissertations
  • Masters dissertations.

Topics

  • Contemporary issues in tourism and hospitality management
  • Technology applications for the tourism and hospitality industry.

Preferred methods

  • Logistic regression
  • Discriminant analysis
  • Framework analysis and
  • Discourse analysis.

Research keywords

    General Management
    Management Development
    Marketing
    Tourism

Research and academic outputs

Go to ResearchSPAce

An exploratory study on social media in China
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Li, L, Zheng, S and Wang, Z (2015) 'An exploratory study on social media in China.' In: Tussyadiah, I and Inversini, A, eds. Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2015: proceedings of the international conference in Lugano, Switzerland, February 3 - 6, 2015. Springer, Cham, pp. 255-267. ISBN 9783319143422


Managerial work revisited
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Li, L, Buhalis, D, Lockwood, A and Gray, D.E (2006) 'Managerial work revisited.' In: Lashley, C and Best, W, eds. Studying hospitality: beyond the envelope - papers from the 15th annual research conference of the UK Council for Hospitality Management Education. Emerald, Nottingham, pp. 205-222.


Predicting internet usage for travel bookings in China
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Li, L and Buhalis, D (2005) 'Predicting internet usage for travel bookings in China.' In: Frew, A.J, ed. Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2005: proceedings of the international conference in Innsbruck, Austria, 2005. Springer, Cham, pp. 429-439. ISBN 9783211241486


Are social media applications a facilitator or barrier to learning for tourism and hospitality management students?
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Li, L (2016) 'Are social media applications a facilitator or barrier to learning for tourism and hospitality management students?' Research in Hospitality Management, 6 (2). pp. 195-202. ISSN 2415-5152


Learning about managing the business in the hospitality industry
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Li, L, Gray, D.E, John Lockwood, A and Buhalis, D (2013) 'Learning about managing the business in the hospitality industry.' Human Resource Development Quarterly, 24 (4). pp. 525-559. ISSN 1044-8004


Technology-mediated management learning in hospitality organisations
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Li, L, Lee, H and Law, R (2012) 'Technology-mediated management learning in hospitality organisations.' International Journal of Hospitality Management, 31 (2). pp. 451-457. ISSN 0278-4319


Influential factors of internet users booking online in China's domestic tourism = 使用互联网在线预订的影响因素—以中国国内旅游为例
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Li, L and Buhalis, D (2008) 'Influential factors of internet users booking online in China's domestic tourism = 使用互联网在线预订的影响因素—以中国国内旅游为例.' Journal of China Tourism Research, 4 (2). pp. 172-188. ISSN 1938-8160


The eLearning mindset
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Li, L and Kathryn, B (2007) 'The eLearning mindset.' Hospitality, 7. pp. 46-47. ISSN 0144-3704


E-commerce in China: the case of travel
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Li, L and Buhalis, D (2006) 'E-commerce in China: the case of travel.' International Journal of Information Management, 26 (2). pp. 153-166. ISSN 0268-4012


On-line and on course
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Li, L, Buhalis, D, Lockwood, A and Gray, D.E (2006) 'On-line and on course.' Hospitality, 2. p. 25. ISSN 0144-3704


eLearning initiative for hospitality professionals
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Li, L (2005) 'eLearning initiative for hospitality professionals.' Link, 12. p. 9.


An inquiry into the delivering of a British curriculum in China
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Li, L (2014) An inquiry into the delivering of a British curriculum in China. In: Oxford Education Research Symposium, 11 - 13 December 2014, Oxford Union, Oxford, UK.


The use of eLearning in training in the UK hospitality industry: an exploratory study
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Li, L, Buhalis, D, Lockwood, A and Kathryn, B (2007) The use of eLearning in training in the UK hospitality industry: an exploratory study. In: ECEL 2007: The 6th European Conference on eLearning, 4 - 5 October 2007, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark.


Revisiting management development
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Li, L, Buhalis, D, Lockwood, A and Gray, D.E (2006) Revisiting management development. In: 24th EuroCHRIE Congress, 25-28 October 2006, Makedonia Palace Hotel, Thessaloniki, Greece.


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