PhD (UNSW), GAICD, JP
Dr Emma Wong is Associate Dean (Scholarship and Civic Leadership) at the International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS).
After a short stint in the hotel industry overseas, Dr Wong was offered a scholarship to pursue a Master of Philosophy degree at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University studying tourism destination competitiveness. This marks the beginning of her academic career.
Dr Wong has taught in universities in the UK, Germany, mainland China, Hong Kong and Australia. Prior to joining ICMS, she was an Associate Professor of Tourism and Program Director at Torrens University.
Dr Wong holds a PhD in Tourism and Marketing from UNSW, a Master of Tertiary Education Management from University of Melbourne, a Master of Philosophy in Tourism Management from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, a Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education from Victoria University, and Master of Philosophy and Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Hotel and Catering Management from Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Click here to read about Dr Wong’s mandate as Associate Dean (Scholarship and Civic Leadership) with regards to building ICMS’ academic scholarship reputation and profile.
Graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) Justice of the Peace, NSW
Xun, J., Wang, Y., Chong, T. and Wong, E. (Under review). Cross-platform online review comparison: evidence from boutique hotels in China.
Wong, E. and Tomlinson, M. (2023). The impact of private universities on the higher education sector in Australia. HERDSA Conference, 4-7 July 2023, Brisbane, Australia.
Wong, E.P.Y., Jiang, M., Klint, L., Dominey-Howes, D., DeLacy, T. (2013). Evaluation of policy environment for climate change adaptation in tourism. Tourism and Hospitality Research 13(4), pp. 201-225.
Wong, E.P.Y., Jiang, M., Klint, L., DeLacy, T., Harrison, D., Dominey-Howes, D. (2013). Policy Environment for the Tourism Sector’s Adaptation to Climate Change in the South Pacific. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 8(1-2), pp. 52-71.
Jiang, M., Wong, E.P.Y., Klint, L., DeLacy T., Dominey-Howes, D., Harrison, D. (2012). Tourism adaptation to climate change in the Pacific: analyzing the policy environment in Fiji. International Journal of Tourism Policy 4(3), pp. 238-260.
Wong, E.P.Y., DeLacy, T., Jiang, M. (2012). Climate change adaptation in tourism in South Pacific – Potential contribution of public-private partnerships. Tourism Management Perspectives 4 (2012), pp.136-144.
Klint, L., Wong, E., Jiang, M., DeLacy, T., Harrison, D., Dominey-Howes, D. (2012). Climate change adaptation in the Pacific Island Tourism Sector: Analysing the policy environment in Vanuatu. Current Issues in Tourism 15(3), pp.247-274.
Jiang, M., DeLacy, T., Klint, L., Wong, E. (2012). Tourism adaptation to climate change in the South Pacific. In Reddy, V., Wilkes, K. (eds) Tourism, Climate Change and Sustainability. Routledge: Oxon.
Wong, E.P.Y., Mistilis, N. & Dwyer, L. (2011). A Model of ASEAN Collaboration in Tourism. Annals of Tourism Research 38(3), pp. 882-899.
Wong, E.P.Y., Mistilis, N. & Dwyer, L. (2011). A Framework for Analyzing Intergovernmental Collaboration – The case of ASEAN Tourism. Tourism Management 32(2), pp. 367-376.
Wong, E.P.Y., Mistilis, N. & Dwyer, L. (2010). Understanding ASEAN Tourism Collaboration – Preconditions and Policy Framework Formulation. International Journal of Tourism Research 12(3), pp.291-302.
Kay, P., Wong, E. & Polonsky, M. (2009). Marketing Cultural Attractions: Understanding Non-Attendance and Visitation Barriers. Marketing Intelligence and Planning 27(6), pp. 833-854.
Wong, E.P.Y., Bauer, T. & Wong, K.F. (2008). A Critical Comparison of Tourism Policies of Hong Kong and Singapore – An Avenue to Mutual Learning. International Journal of Tourism Research 10(3), pp. 193-206.