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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 350000 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services -> 359900 Other Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services -> 359999 Other Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services :

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O'Brien, P. F. and Burmeister, J. M. (2002). An architecture for ubiquitous service delivery. In: T. Terano and M. D. Myers, The 6th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems: The Next e-What? for Business and Communities. PACIS2002 - The Next e-What for Business and Communities, Meiji University, Tokyo, (11-26). 2-4 September 2002. 54 223
Koh, P. S., Chalmers, K. and Stapledon, G. (2003). Compensation practices and economic, governance, ownership and performance attributes: An Australian study. In: AFAANZ 2003 Annual Conference: Program and Abstracts. AFAANZ 2003 Annual Conference, Brisbane, (56-56). 6-8 July, 2003. 74  
O'Brien, P. F. and Burmeister, J. M. (2002). Events, context, situations and reactive mobile service delivery. In: A. Wenn, M. McGrath and F. Burstein, Enabling Organisations and Society Through Information Systems: Proceedings of the Thirteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems. 13th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Victoria University, (1033-1044). 4-6 December, 2002. 41 73
Campiranon, Kom (2005). Managing Reputation in Event Planning Companies. In: Allen, J., The Impacts of Events - Events Management Research Conference. Event Management Research Conference, Sydney, Australia, (). 13-14 July, 2005. 663 4263
Rooney, David (1997). Playing Second Fiddle: A history of technology and organisation in the Australian music economy (1901-1990) PhD Thesis, Humanities, Griffith University. 2473 12979
Pegg, S. A. (2004). Providing Access to Desirable Tourist Services and Leisure Experiences. In: Dr P. Brown, Leisure Matters: 8th World Leisure Congress 2004. Leisure Matters: 8th World Leisure Congress 2004, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, (25-25). 12-17 September 2004. 43  
Goggin, G. M. (2002) Rural lines of flight: Telecommunications and post-metro dreaming. Transformations, 2: 1-13. 39  
Kavanagh, M. H. and Arcodia, C. V. (2001) Studies in tourism and hospitality management: Embracing change and incorporating technology in the development, delivery and evaluation of subject material. Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism, 1 2/3: 91-105. 80  
Hardy, A. and Beeton, R. J. S. (1999). Sustainable tourism: An overview of the concept and its position in relation to tourism theory. In: R. Mitchell, M. Hall and et al., Tourism Policy and Planning: Proceedings of International Geographical Union Sustainable Tourism Study Group and International Tourism Students' Conference. International Geographical Union Sustainable Tourism Study Group and International Tourism Students' Conference, Oamaru, Otago, NZ, (306-321). 30 Aug - 2 Sep 1999. 124  
Hardy, A. and Beeton, R. J. S. (1999). Sustainable tourism or maintainable tourism: Managing resources for more than average outcomes. In: S. Brown, Book of Abstracts of 1999 International Symposium on Society Resource Management. The 1999 International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, University of Qld., (84-84). 7 - 10 July, 1999. 150  
Hardy, A. and Beeton, R. J. S. (1999). The use of grounded theory as a tool to facilitate theory on stakeholder perceptions of sustainable tourism. In: R. Mitchell, M. Hall and et al., Tourism Policy and Planning: Proceedings of International Geographical Union Sustainable Tourism Study Group and International Tourism Students' Conference. International Geographical Union Sustainable Tourism Study Group and International Tourism Students' Conference, Oamaru, Otago, NZ, (234-245). 30 Aug - 2 Sep 1999. 73