- Crisis prevention and preparedness
- Dr. Wang’s first research stream is crisis prevention and readiness. It attempts to investigate the key factors that constrain or facilitate the adoption of preventive behaviour of individual and organisations. Dr. Wang is interested in exploring the role of technology in crisis management and is investigating how to use global technologies and social media to empower the crowd to survive a crisis? In addition, she is also researching the antecedents and outcomes of affective and cognitive readiness for risks, crises, and nature disasters in the travel and hospitality context.
- Risk Communication for Healthy Travel
- Dr. Wang’s second research stream is risk reduction and communication. The digital media (mobile telecommunications and web-based systems) has changed the way of risk communication. Jie’s research aims to investigate how these new medias and their new forms of social interaction and influence affect risk reactions. One particular area is healthy travel. She aims to build a better understanding of travel health of tourists, and explore a more effective health advice and communication to those high-risk segments.
- Möller, Cecilia, Wang, Jie and Nguyen, Hanh Thuy (2018) #Strongerthanwinston: tourism and crisis communication through Facebook following tropical cyclones in Fiji. Tourism Management, 69 272-284. doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2018.05.014
- Wang, Jie and Wu, Xiaoyi (2018) Top-down or outside-in? Culturally diverse approaches to hotel crisis planning. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 36 76-84. doi:10.1016/j.jhtm.2018.08.002
- Goh, Edmund, Ritchie, Brent and Wang, Jie (2017) Non-compliance in national parks: An extension of the theory of planned behaviours model with pro-environmental values. Tourism Management, 59 April: 123-127. doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2016.07.004
- Luo, Qiuju, Wang, Jie and Yun, Weijia (2016) From lost space to third place: the visitor's perspective. Tourism Management, 57 106-117. doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2016.05.012
- Hughes, Karen, Wang, Jie and Shu, Mengya (2015) Exploring the travel patterns, preferences and recommendations of Chinese university students living in Australia. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 23 12-22. doi:10.1016/j.jhtm.2015.03.002
- Wang, Jie and Ritchie, Brent W. (2014). The influence of organizational culture in crisis planning: an application of the competing value framework (CVF) in Chinese Hotels. In Brent W. Ritchie and Kom Campiranon (Ed.), Tourism Crisis and Disaster Management in the Asia-Pacific (pp. 44-61) Wallingford, Oxfordshire, UK: CABI International. doi:10.1079/9781780643250.0044
- Wang, Jie and Ritchie, Brent W. (2013) Attitudes and perceptions of crisis planning among the accommodation managers: results from an Australian study. Safety Science, 52 81-91. doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2012.02.005
- Wang, Jie and Cui, Li (2013). Hotel crisis planning in China: status and characteristics. In: CTHF 2013: China Tourism and China Hotel Branding Forum, combining the 8th China Tourism Forum and the 6th International Forum on China Hotel Brand Development, Kowloon, Hong Kong, (). 16-18 May, 2013.
- Hughes, Karen, Wang, Jie and Shu, Lavender (2013). Thunder down under? Chinese students' preferences for Australia's tourism experiences. In: Joanna Fountain and Kevin Moore, CAUTHE 2013. Tourism and Global Change: On the Edge of Something Big. Proceedings of the 23rd CAUTHE Conference. CAUTHE 2013: Council for Australasian University Tourism and Hospitality Education Annual Conference, Canterbury, NZ, (365-367). 11-14 February, 2013.
- Wang, Jie, Ritchie, Brent, Watson, Bernadette and Chien, Monica (2013). Health and safety risk perceptions and behaviour of Australian outbound travellers. In: Joanna Fountain and Kevin Moore, CAUTHE 2013. Tourism and Global Change: On the Edge of Something Big. Proceedings of the 23rd CAUTHE Conference. CAUTHE 2013: Council for Australasian University Tourism and Hospitality Education Annual Conference, Canterbury, NZ, (882-886). 11-14 February, 2013.
- International Association for Chinese Management Research
- Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education
- Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management
- 2018 – Recipient of the UQ Business School Learning and Teaching Grant on the project “Enhancing student learning experience through an integrated ePortfolio-enabled assessment platform: Chalk & Wire” ($4195.80)
- 2016 – Recipient of the UQ Business School Teaching Grants Scheme on the project “Enhance learning outcomes through work-integrated-learning (WIL)” ($5,000)
- 2013 – Recipient of 2012’ Emerald/EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development) Outstanding Doctoral Research Award
- 2010 – Recipient of UQ Graduate School International Travel Award (GSITA)
|Healthy travel: health risk perception, protective behaviour and effective communication||UQ Early Career Researcher Grant (UQECR)||2018||$13,992|
|Building visitors protection and resilience: perception and behaviour in the 'Tsunami-Like' tidal-bore-watching attraction||UQ New Staff Research Start-Up Grant (NSRSF)||2013||$11,961|
|Sustainable business: the relationship between organisational culture and crisis planning behaviour||The University of Queensland (GSITA)||2010||$4,426|