Viraiyan Teeroovengadum
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Service quality and customer satisfaction: The moderating effects of hotel star rating
R Nunkoo, V Teeroovengadum, CM Ringle, V Sunnassee
International Journal of Hospitality Management 91, 102414, 2020
Measuring service quality in higher education: Development of a hierarchical model (HESQUAL)
V Teeroovengadum, TJ Kamalanabhan, AK Seebaluck
Quality Assurance in Education 24 (2), 244-258, 2016
This fast car can move faster: a review of PLS-SEM application in higher education research
M Ghasemy, V Teeroovengadum, JM Becker, CM Ringle
Higher Education, 2020
Destination satisfaction and revisit intention of tourists: does the quality of airport services matter?
B Seetanah, V Teeroovengadum, R Nunkoo
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research 44 (1), 134-148, 2020
Higher education service quality, student satisfaction and loyalty: Validating the HESQUAL scale and testing an improved structural model
V Teeroovengadum, R Nunkoo, C Gronroos, TJ Kamalanabhan, ...
Quality assurance in education 27 (4), 427-445, 2019
Integrating service quality as a second-order factor in a customer satisfaction and loyalty model
R Nunkoo, V Teeroovengadum, P Thomas, L Leonard
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 29 (12), 2978-3005, 2017
Service quality dimensions as predictors of customer satisfaction and loyalty in the banking industry: moderating effects of gender
V Teeroovengadum
European Business Review 34 (1), 1-19, 2022
Examining the antecedents of ICT adoption in education using an Extended Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)
V Teeroovengadum, N Heeramun, B Jugurnath
International Journal of Education and Development using ICT 13 (3), 4-23, 2017
Minimising perceived travel risk in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic to boost travel and tourism
V Teeroovengadum, B Seetanah, E Bindah, A Pooloo, I Veerasawmy
Tourism Review 76 (4), 910-928, 2021
Environmental identity and ecotourism behaviours: examination of the direct and indirect effects
V Teeroovengadum
Tourism Review 74 (2), 280-292, 2019
Impact of information technology on quality management dimensions and its implications
LSMDL Wai, AK Seebaluck, V Teeroovengadum
European Business Review, 2011
Investigating into the Relationship between the Present Level of Tertiary Students’ Needs Relative to Maslow’s Hierarchy: A Case Study at the University of Mauritius
BA Gobin, V Teeroovengadum, NB Becceea, V Teeroovengadum
International Journal of Learning 18 (11), 203-219, 2012
Educational disruptions during the COVID-19 crisis in Small Island Developing States: Preparedness and efficacy of academics for online teaching
I Seetal, S Gunness, V Teeroovengadum
International Review of Education 67 (1), 185-217, 2021
Sampling design in tourism and hospitality research
V Teeroovengadum, R Nunkoo
Handbook of research methods for tourism and hospitality management, 477-488, 2018
Citation practices in tourism research: Toward a gender conscientious engagement
R Nunkoo, CM Hall, S Rughoobur-Seetah, V Teeroovengadum
Annals of Tourism Research 79, 102755, 2019
Air access liberalization, marketing promotion and tourism development
B Seetanah, RV Sannassee, V Teeroovengadum, R Nunkoo
International Journal of Tourism Research 21 (1), 76-86, 2019
Influence of organisational factors on the effectiveness of performance management systems in the public sector
V Teeroovengadum, R Nunkoo, H Dulloo
European Business Review 31 (3), 447-466, 2019
Does higher education matter in African economic growth? Evidence from a PVAR approach
B Seetanah, V Teeroovengadum
Policy Reviews in Higher Education 3 (2), 125-143, 2019
Moving to greener pastures: Untangling the evidence about FDI and environmental regulation in EU countries
B Jugurnath, B Roucheet, V Teeroovengadum
Journal of Developing Areas 51 (2), 405-415, 2017
An analysis of higher education service quality in Mauritius using HESQUAL
V Teeroovengadum, TJ Kamalanabhan, AK Seebaluck
International Journal of Business Research 16 (2), 89-104, 2016
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