Ahmad Shammout
Ahmad Shammout
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Evaluating an extended relationship marketing model for Arab guests of five-star hotels
AB Shammout
Victoria University, 2007
922007
Relational bonds and loyalty: the bonds that tie
AB Shammout, M Polonsky, M Edwardson
ANZMAC 2007: 3Rs, reputation responsibility relevance, 3359-3365, 2007
192007
An analysis of the factors affecting mobile commerce adoption in developing countries
A Tarhini, AA Alalwan, AB Shammout, A Al-Badi
Review of International Business and Strategy, 2019
172019
Exploring the links between relational bonds and customer loyalty: the case of loyal Arabic guests at five-star hotels
AB Shammout, S Zeidan, M Polonsky
ANZMAC 2006: Advancing theory, maintaining relevance, proceedings, 1-9, 2006
132006
An empirical investigation of relational bonds on attitudinal and behavioral customer loyalty for Arabic luxury hotel customers
AB Shammout
International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration 21 (3), 221-241, 2020
52020
Examining the factors affecting behavioural intention to adopt mobile health in Jordan
A Alalwan, AM Baabdullah, NP Rana, YK Dwivedi, F Hudaib, ...
Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society, 459-467, 2018
32018
An Investigation into the Determinant of Jordanian Customer's Loyalty towards Travel Agencies
AB Shammout, RS Algharabat
International Journal of Marketing Studies 5 (6), 122-132, 2013
22013
Environmental influences on the exercise of leadership in a family textiles business in Pakistan
C Koutra, K Ali, AD Suleiman, AB Shammout
Journal of Hotel and Business Management 7 (176), 2169-0286, 2018
12018
What Makes Arabic Customers Loyal?: Evaluating a Relationship Marketing Model in the Five-star Hotels Market
A Shammout, M Edwardson
CAUTHE 2006: To the City and Beyond, 1390, 2006
2006
STUDYING TOURISTS’LOYALTY PERCEPTIONS: INTERNATIONAL TOURISTS VISITING PETRA, JORDAN
A SHAMMOUT, N ALOKAILY, Z ALRAWADIEH, E EKIZ
MTCON'20, 487, 0
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