Chi Fung Lam: Influence Statistics

Chi Fung Lam

Chi Fung Lam

Department of Finance, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China | Department of Finance, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, View further author ...

Chi Fung Lam: Expert Impact

Concepts for which Chi Fung Lam has direct influence: Corporate social responsibility , Entertainment tourism , Tourism development , Hotel development , Risk attitude , Measurement scale , Sustainable development .

Chi Fung Lam: KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which for which Chi Fung Lam has influence: Tourism industry , Financial performance , Corporate social responsibility , Social distancing , Behavioral intention , Local food , Sustainable development .

KOL Resume for Chi Fung Lam


Department of Finance, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


Department of Finance, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, View further author information


Department of Finance, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong,


Department of Finance, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Prominent publications by Chi Fung Lam

KOL-Index: 5461 . This paper studies the urbanization impacts on tourism development in four regions Guangdong province, using time-series data of Guangdong province in China in 1996–2011. Urbanization has been operationalized by population, economic, geographical landscape and social cultural dimensions. This study suggests that urbanization, though in general increases tourism development, does not affect ...
Known for Tourism Development | Impacts Urbanization | China Paper | Economic Geographical Landscape
KOL-Index: 5244 . 2012 was a critical year for gambling operators in Macau. This article examines the process of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the Macau Gambling industry. Research results were based on a triangulation between in-depth document review, content analysis of information from the company’s websites, and site visits. The purpose of this article is to offer a preliminary case study ...
Known for Corporate Social Responsibility | Gambling Industry | ” “ | Csr Practices
KOL-Index: 5212 . The impacts of COVID-19 are massive. Global tourism is one of the industries that is heavily affected. "Travel bubble", a recent term initiated by travel operators, is a programme that allows tourists to travel to countries nearby without quarantine requirements. This study investigates the relationship amongst fear of COVID-19, travel anxiety, risk attitude and travel intention towards ...
Known for Risk Attitude | Travel Intentions | Fear Covid19 | Humans Intention
KOL-Index: 3616 . Entertainment tourism is attracting attention from the industry and the academics. This study aimed to discover the barriers for the development of entertainment tourism in Macau from the industry’s perspective. A qualitative research approach was used to collect data from the entertainment tourism industry. Results show that policies and regulations, economy, marketing, management, ...
Known for Sustainable Development | Entertainment Tourism | Industry Perspective | Qualitative Approach
KOL-Index: 2841 . Tourism and entertainment industry is an important component in the world’s service sector. Entertainment tourism is receiving more attention, not only from practitioners, but also from academics. This study develops a scale to measure entertainment tourism experience in Macau from the consumers’ perspective. Entertainment tourism in this study is operationalized by Learning, Enjoyment, ...
Known for Entertainment Tourism | Academics Study
KOL-Index: 2420 . Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an important tool to reduce the adverse impact of the gaming industry. There were very limited studies specifically analyzed barriers of CSR practice in the gaming industry. This study adopted in-depth interviews and verified the interviews by dividing two informant groups. The results showed that cognitive dissonance, negative image, management ...
Known for Corporate Social Responsibility | Csr Implementation | Depth Interviews
KOL-Index: 1667 . Macau gambling companies included Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) information in their annual reports and websites as a marketing tool. Responsible Gambling (RG) had been a recurring issue in Macau’s chief executive report since 2007 and in many of the major gambling operators’ annual report. The purpose of this study was to develop a measurement scale on CSR activities in Macau. ...
Known for Corporate Social Responsibility | Csr Practice | Chief Executive
KOL-Index: 1504 . This study examined the critical factors of urbanization on hotel development in China via qualitative semi-structured interviews. Population, economic, geographical landscape and social cultural dimensions was identified as major connotations of urbanization impact on hotel development. This study suggested that urbanization possessed both positive and negative effects on hotel ...
Known for Urbanization Effects | Economic Geographical Landscape | Social Cultural Dimensions | Tourism Development
KOL-Index: 1049 . This paper studied the impacts of urbanization regarding the performance of hotel in Guangdong through the study of panel data from 1994 to 2014. Urbanization was measured by economic, geographical landscape, population, and social cultural dimensions. This research suggested that urbanization generally improves hotel performance, but with different effects. Therefore, stakeholders, such ...
Known for China Paper | Characteristics City
KOL-Index: 648 . Previous studies described in detail many university–industry programs. The purpose of this paper was to develop a multidimensional and multi-item attitude scale to measure undergraduate tourism students’ attitudes towards working in the tourism industry. This study was a quantitative and exploratory research. This paper describes a scale development process and presents the result of the ...
Known for – Industry | Sustainable Development | Students University | Marketing Strategies
KOL-Index: 108 . Using qualitative semistructured interviews, this study aims to analyse the satisfying and dissatisfying factors in a university–industry cooperation programme. Work experience, monetary benefit, HR policies, language and time are important factors determining the satisfaction and dissatisfaction of students towards a university–industry cooperation programme. Results help in evaluating ...

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