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PhD, MSc in Accounting and Finance, PGDP in Business Administration, Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE)
The Oxford School of Hospitality Management
Oxford Brookes Business School
CLC.2.31, Clerici Building, Headington Campus
Broorkes Union Teaching Awawrds 2019, nominated for 'Best Research/ Dissertaion Supervisor' and 'Best Taught Module'.
P58927 Revenue Management
P58900 Strategic Financial Management
U54022 Financial Management in Hospitality and Tourism
U54029 Revenue Management and Pricing
U54071 Financial Decision Making for Hospitality and Tourism
I have supervised several MSc students on the topics regarding revenue management and destination marketing.
I currently co-supervise two PhD students. One investigates the travel behaviour of Chinese female solo tourists. The other invesigates the use of social media and postmodern travel experiences.
My research interest is related to tourist behaviour including behavioural modelling, price perception, embodied experience and the spatial patterns.
Prior to my academic position, I worked in PricewaterhouseCoopers as a senior auditor. My professional expertise is auditing, accounting and applied finance. After that I have been lecturing Finance and Revenue Management in Hotel and Tourism Management schools at Macau University of Science and Technology (2010-2014), Hong Kong Polytechnic University (2014-2017) and Brookes University (2017 - present).
I am an editorial board member of The Service Industries Journal; and a review referee of International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, The Service Industries Journal, and Journal of Vacation Marketing.
Ji, M., & B. King (2018). Investigating the Embodied Experience Using ZMET. Presented at 27th CHME conference, Bournemouth, University of Bournemouth, May 2018.
Ji, M., Wong, Ip-Kin, & A. Eves (2017). Dining Experience Co-creation: Presence of Others, Regional Economy and Behavioral Outcomes. Presented at 26th CHME conference, Aaborg, Demark, 14-20 May 2017.
Ji, M., Li, M., & King, B. (2017). Tourist emotional encounters in the dining context. The 27th Annual CAUTHE conference, Dunedin, New Zealand, 7-10 February.
Ji, M., Eves, A., & Scarles, C. (2016). Rethinking the theory of planned behaviour in tourism context: A modification of the original framework, paper presented at the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, University of Surrey, Guilford, England, 19-22 Jul 2016.
Ji, M., King, B., & Li, M. (2016). Tourist imaginings and dining experiences, paper presented at the 2nd Annual Conference of the Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Association (EATSA 2016), Lisbon, Peniche & Coimbra, Portugal, 26-30 Jun 2016.
Ji, M., Wong, I- K., Eves, A., & Scarles, C. (2016). Tourist food consumption: Interactive effect of novelty seeking and personality traits, paper to be presented at the 25th Council for Hospitality Management Education Conference, Belfast, 4-6 May 2016.
Ji,M. & Li. M. (2015). To decide or to be decided? — Dilemmas of parents travelling with children, paper presented at 3rdTTRAAPac Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 4-6 Dec 2015.
Ji,M. & Wong, Y-K. (2015). Understanding the supportive environment and authenticity in event services, paper presented at the 3rdInternational Conference on Events: Making Waves in Macau, 7-9 Sep 2015.
Ji,M. (2015). Restaurant experiences and an imagined place, paper presented in Tourism Salon, Sun Yat-sen University, 13-14 Jun 2015.
Ji,M. & Li, M. (2015). Tourist emotions: A netnography analysis of Chinese tourists travelling in Japan, paper presented at the International Conference on Sustainable Tourism and Resilient Communities, Hong Kong, 6-8 May 2015.
Ji, M., Li, M., & Liu. T. (2014). Chinese tourists’ preference for food: The cultural concern for health, paper presented at 2ndTTRA Asia Pacific conference, Melbourne, Australia, 4-5 Dec 2014.
Ji, M., Li, M., & Zhang, M. (2014). Tourism development ethics in less developed countries: The postcolonial perspective, paper presented at International Conference on Experiential Learning, Macau, May 2014.
Ji, M. & Li, M. (2014). The competitiveness of Hong Kong: Under the rise of Shanghai Free-trade Zone, paper presented at Global 2014 11th ATF, Hong Kong, May 2014.
Ji, M., Park, S. H., & Hitchcock, M. (2013). Macau’s Lusofonia Festival: The perception of tourists and locals, paper presented at World Conference on Hospitality, Tourism and Event Research & International Convention and Expo Summit 2013, Bangkok, Thailand, May 2013.
Ji, M. & Park, S. H. (2013). An examination of the perceived festival quality and visitors’ satisfaction, paper presented at the 11th Asia Pacific CHRIE 2013, Macau, May 2013.
Ji, M. & Zhang, Y. (2012). The IPA analysis of Macao Portuguese snacks, paper presented at Annual International Conference on Tourism and Hospitality Research 2012, Singapore, Jul 2012.
Ji, M. & Zhang, Y. (2012). Macanese cuisine images in Chinese visitors’ blog: A thematic analysis, paper presented at Asia Pacific Tourism Association (APTA) 2012 Taipei Conference, Taipei, Jun 2012.
Kate joined the team at the Oxford School of Hospitality Management in January 2017 as a senior lecturer. Her research interests include many aspects of tourism and hospitality particularly those involved with tourist dinning and embodied experience. She has published a number of papers relating to dining experience co-creation, modeling tourist dining behaviour and emotions aspects of tourist experience. Her study on tourist behaviour won Best Paper Award and Best Overall Research Paper Award at the 25th CHME Conference 2016.
Kate attained an MSc in Accounting and Finance from The University of Birmingham, and Ph.D degree in Tourism Management from Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She was also a Visiting Research Fellow with the University of Surrey. She taught Finance and Accounting at the Macau University of Science and Technology and Hong Kong Polytechnic University while completing her doctorate study. Prior to her teaching experience in higher education she worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers in PR China as a senior auditor.