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Vladimir Garkavenko

Associate Professor
Bang College of Business,
KIMEP University
Kazakhstan

Vladimir Garkavenko

Biography

Driven, resourceful, and research-focused candidate with a record of publication or a promising research agenda, excelling in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels for the Bang College of Business at KIMEP University. Dynamic and learning-outcomes focused, engaging solid quantitative analysis, decision- making, and organizational development skills. Capable of adapting and instructing in areas of marketing and communications, including: marketing strategy, branding, marketing models, consumer behavior, marketing communications, social media, international marketing, or services marketing.

Research Interest

Advanced Marketing/Intermediate Marketing Cases in Marketing Principles and Practices in Tourism Hospitality Management New Product Development International Marketing Marketing Research (Undergrad, Graduate) Services Marketing (Undergrad, Graduate) Marketing Management (MBA) Special Topics in Marketing (DBA) Research Methods (DBA) Special Topics in Information Systems (DBA) Marketing Research and Strategy (ExMBA) Research Methods (ExMBA)

Publications

  • Garkavenko, V. & Milne, S. (2008). New Zealand Travel Agents in the Internet Era: Spatial Differences in ICT Impact, Adoption and Perception. In O’Connor P., Hopken W. & U. Gretzel (Eds.), Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism – 2008. Springer Wien: New York, 298-307.

  • Garkavenko, V. & Milne, S. (2007). ICT and the travel industry: opportunities and challenges for the New Zealand travel agents’ market. In Pease, W., Rowe, M. & M. Cooper (Eds.), Information and Communication Technologies in Support of the Tourism Industry. Idea Group Publishing.

  • Garkavenko, V., Bremner, H. & Milne, S. (2003). Travel Agents in the Information Age’: New Zealand Experiences of Disintermediation. In Frew, A., Hitz, M. & P. O’Connor (eds). Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism – 2003, Springer Wien: New York, 467-476.

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