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Dr Abel Duarte Alonso

Dr Abel Duarte Alonso

Telephone: 0151 231 4755

Biography

Abel joined Liverpool John Moore University's Business School, after holding academic appointments in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. Abel grew up in a family business that operated in two countries at different points in time, and later worked at Swiss hotels located in all four speaking regions of the country, including in Arosa, Davos, Interlaken, Lausanne, Lucerne, Minusio, Samedan, and Zermatt.

Abel's research interests are primarily on micro and small enterprises operating in various industries. At the start of his doctoral studies, for instance, he conducted a pilot study among micro and small New Zealand wineries, and subsequently researched the consumer side of the winery visitation. After his doctoral studies, Abel has continued his research endeavours, primarily field research, in various regions of New Zealand, in Australia, Italy, Latin America, Spain, United Kingdom, and the United States.

A comprehensive list of Abel's publications can be found at:

http://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=73e7txoAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

Degrees

Lincoln University, New Zealand, PhD
Western Michigan University, United States, Master of Business Administration
Western Michigan University, United States, Bachelor's Degree

Publications

Journal Articles

Duarte Alonso A. 2017. Socioeconomic development in the context of Uruguay: a knowledge-based approach Competitiveness Review, 27 :476-494 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Austin IP. 2017. The significance of organisational learning in a global context: A stakeholder and knowledge-based approach Review of International Business and Strategy, 27 :53-69 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Alexander N. 2017. Craft Beer Tourism Development “Down Under”: Perspectives of Two Stakeholder Groups Tourism Planning and Development, :1-18 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, O’Brien S. 2017. Family firms’ management decision to export/not to export: a resource-based view Journal of Advances in Management Research, 14 :270-287 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Alexander N. 2017. Importance of acquiring knowledge through feedback in an emerging industry Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 29 :265-282 >DOI

Alonso AD, Bressan A. 2017. Collaboration among micro and small firms in a traditional industry Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 29 :57-75 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A. 2017. Exploring a developing tourism industry: a resource-based view approach Tourism Recreation Research, 42 :45-58 >DOI

Alonso AD, Sakellarios N. 2017. The potential for craft brewing tourism development in the United States: a stakeholder view Tourism Recreation Research, 42 :96-107 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A. 2017. An exploration of Cava wineries: a resource-based approach International Journal of Wine Business Research, 29 :20-36 >DOI

Alonso AD, Sakellarios N, Bressan A. 2017. Stakeholders and craft beer tourism development Tourism Analysis, 22 :45-58 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Nyanjom J. 2017. Local stakeholders, role and tourism development Current Issues in Tourism, 20 :480-496 >DOI

Alonso AD. 2016. Wineries' contribution to the local community: A stakeholder view International Journal of Economics and Business Research, 12 :295-312 >DOI

Alonso AD, Bressan A. 2016. Micro and small business innovation in a traditional industry International Journal of Innovation Science, 8 :311-330 >DOI

Alonso AD, Austin I. 2016. Entrepreneurial CSR in the context of a regional family firm: a stakeholder analysis Annals in Social Responsibility, 2 :48-62 >DOI

Alonso AD, Nyanjom J. 2016. Tourism, Quality of Life, and Residents of A Rural Town Tourism Analysis, 21 :617-629 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A. 2016. Collaboration as a means to stand out in a competitive market: an exploratory study of Uruguay's exporting wineries J. for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 9 :359-359 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Bressan A, Sakellarios N. 2016. A resource based approach in the context of the emerging craft brewing industry European Business Review, 28 :560-582 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Austin IP. 2016. “I see the future”: Associations between innovation and resources in the case of an exporting Western Australian regional family firm Review of International Business and Strategy, 26 :314-333 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Bressan A. 2016. A resource-based view of the firm and micro and small Italian wine firms International Journal of Wine Business Research, 28 :349-368 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Nyanjom J. 2016. Volunteering, paying it forward, and rural community: A study of Bridgetown, Western Australia Community Development, 47 :481-495 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Krajsic V. 2016. Perceptions and images of “typical” Australian dishes: An exploratory study Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 19 :147-163 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A. 2016. The entrepreneurial role within a global firm operating in a niche market European Business Review, 28 :118-136 >DOI

Alonso AD. 2015. Socioeconomic sustainability, food production, and food 'stakeholders': an exploratory study International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business, 7 :184-184 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A. 2015. Resilience in the context of two traditional Spanish rural sectors: an exploratory study Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 9 :182-203 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Krajsic V. 2015. The theory of planned behaviour, micro-growers and diversification: an exploratory study Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy, 9 :94-113 >DOI

Alonso AD, Sakellarios N, Pritchard M. 2015. The theory of planned behaviour in the context of cultural heritage tourism Journal of Heritage Tourism, 10 :399-416 >DOI

Alonso AD. 2015. Opportunities, challenges, and extent of collaboration in La Palma's goat cheese sector: an exploratory study J. for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 8 :1-1 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Sakellarios N, Cseh L. 2015. The Theory of Planned Behavior in the Context of a Food and Drink Event: A Case Study Journal of Convention and Event Tourism, 16 :200-227 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A. 2015. Far away from sun and beach: Opportunities and challenges for cultural tourism in Córdoba, Spain Journal of Heritage Tourism, 10 :21-37 >DOI

Alonso AD. 2015. Wine as a unique and valuable resource An exploratory study of wine consumers on La Palma Island BRITISH FOOD JOURNAL, 117 :2757-2776 >DOI >Link

Duarte Alonso A, Bressan A. 2015. Resilience in the context of Italian micro and small wineries: an empirical study International Journal of Wine Business Research, 27 :40-60 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Bressan A. 2014. Collaboration in the context of micro businesses European Business Review, 26 :254-270 >DOI

Alonso AD, Bressan A. 2014. Innovation in the context of small family businesses involved in a 'niche' market International Journal of Business Environment, 6 :127-127 >DOI

Alonso AD, Krajsic V. 2014. Small restaurant businesses and the importance of knowledge of cost management: an exploratory study International Journal of Leisure and Tourism Marketing, 4 :31-31 >DOI

Alonso AD. 2014. Wine Cellar Experiences in the Southeastern United States: Educating the Winery Visitor on Muscadine Wines Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 17 :1-18 >DOI

Alonso AD, Northcote J. 2014. Climate, vulnerability and farming: a preliminary study among Australian food growers International Journal of Sustainable Society, 6 :376-376 >DOI

Alonso AD, Krajsic V. 2014. Cost management and small restaurant businesses: a complex balance and the role of management International Journal of Revenue Management, 8 :1-1 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, Bressan A, O’Shea M, Krajsic V. 2014. Exporting wine in complex times: a study among small and medium wineries Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 21 :345-364 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A, O'Shea M. 2014. Imaging the Game Day Experience: A Case Study of the National Rugby League (NRL) International Journal of Sport Management, Recreation and Tourism, 13 :38-62 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A. 2014. "Saborea (Tasting) Lanzarote": Building the Foundation of a New Food and Wine Event Through Collaborative Efforts Tourism Planning and Development, 11 :68-85 >DOI

Alonso AD, Bressan A, O'Shea M, Krajsic V. 2014. Educating winery visitors and consumers: an international perspective CURRENT ISSUES IN TOURISM, 17 :539-556 >DOI >Link

Duarte Alonso A. 2014. Socioeconomic development in an ultra-peripheral European region: the role of a food regulatory council as a social anchor Community Development, 45 :458-473 >DOI

Duarte Alonso A. Perceptions and images of “typical” Australian dishes: An exploratory study Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 19 :147-163

Duarte Alonso A. Entrepreneurial intentions in an emerging industry: An exploratory study Journal for International Business and Entrepreneurship Development,

Duarte Alonso A, Sakellarios N, Jones C, Cseh L, Jones SJ. Value for money and the restaurant experience: A case study of supply and demand stakeholders International Journal of Leisure and Tourism Marketing,

Duarte Alonso A. Stakeholders, collaboration, food, and wine: The case of Jumilla’s Gastronomic Days Journal of Convention and Event Tourism,