no image available
Profiles

Mohamed Abou-Shouk

School of Tourism and Hospitality (Plymouth Business School)

Qualifications

MSc.: Tourism Studies - Faculty of Tourism and Hotels - Cairo University, Egypt- 2005.

Academic Diploma in GIS, Institute of African Research and Studies, Cairo University, Egypt- 2004.

BSc.: Tourism Studies (Hons.)- Faculty of Tourism and Hotels - Cairo University, Egypt - 2000.  

Research interests

Information and CommunicationTechnologies and and its Applications in Tourism and Hospitality Fields.

E-commerce and Tourism.

E-Tourism Marketing.

Travel Agents

Tourism Projects Feasibility Studies.

A. Refereed Journal Articles:

Abou-Shouk, M. with Lim, WM. & Megicks, P. 2012. Perceived Benefits and E-commerce Adoption by SME Travel Agents in Developing Countries: Evidence from Egypt. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research. In Press.

Abou-Shouk, M. with Megicks, P. & Lim, WM. 2012. Internet Adoption by Travel Agents: A Case of Egypt. International Journal of Tourism Research. In Press.

Latief, H. & Abou-Shouk, M. 2004. GIS and Tourism Marketing in Egypt: Challenges and Opportunities. Egyptian Journal of Tourism & Hospitality, July, Cairo, Egypt.

B. Refreed Conference Papers and Book Chapters:

Abou-Shouk, M. with Lim, WM. (2012). Drivers of E-commerce Adoption in Egyptian Travel Agents. In: Gretzel, U., Law, R. and Fuchs, M. (ed.) Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2011. Helsingborg, Sweden: Springer-Verlag, U.S.A.

Abou-Shouk, M. (2011). Factor Analysis of E-commerce Adoption Benefits: A case of Egyptian Travel Agents. Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2011 (eds. Law, R., Fuchs, M. and Ricci, F.), Springer-Verlag, U.S.A.

Abou-Shouk, M.  with Lim, W.M. (2010). Egyptian Travel Agents and E-Commerce. Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2010 (eds. Gretzel, U., Law, R. and Fuchs, M.), Springer-Verlag, U.S.A.

Other academic activities

Member in Eco-Tourism Project, developed by the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Fayoum University and USAID, 2004.

Links

http://www.fayoum.edu.eg/English/Tourism/TourismStudies/MrMohamed.aspx