W. MARC LIM

RESEARCH

Marc is at the forefront of research thought that emphasizes the strategic importance of conducting investigations that make novel contributions to theory and practice. He has moved from the convention of being a subject-matter expert to become a multipotentialite in finding solutions to complexities in a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment. This is reflected in the diverse areas he has worked on, including B2B marketing, consumer behavior, entrepreneurship, education, healthcare, gerontology, information systems, international business, and hospitality and tourism, and his related articles, many of which have been accepted for/published in A*/A-ranked or Q1-ranked journals, such as Australasian Marketing JournalEuropean Journal of Marketing, Industrial Marketing ManagementJournal of AdvertisingJournal of Advertising Research, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Business and Industrial MarketingJournal of Business-to-Business MarketingJournal of International MarketingJournal of Retailing and Consumer ServicesJournal of Strategic MarketingMarketing Intelligence and PlanningMarketing TheoryPsychology & MarketingBusiness Strategy and the EnvironmentThunderbird International Business ReviewInternational Journal of Consumer StudiesJournal of Consumer BehaviourEconomic Modelling, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental FinanceInternational Journal of Bank MarketingJournal of Small Business ManagementSocial Indicators ResearchAnnals of Operations ResearchAIS Transaction on Human-Computer InteractionAustralasian Journal of Information SystemsBehaviour and Information TechnologyElectronic Commerce ResearchElectronic MarketsInternet ResearchJournal of Computer Information SystemsJournal of Information Systems, Journal of Information Science, Technological Forecasting and Social ChangeJournal of Cleaner ProductionModern Applied ScienceJournal of Transport and HealthComputers & EducationEducational Practice and TheoryQuality in Higher EducationInternational Journal of Hospitality ManagementJournal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, Current Issues in TourismTourism Management PerspectivesTourism Recreation ResearchJournal of Leisure Research, and Journal of International Women's Studies. To date, Marc has more than 100 publications to his name (including 86 articles in 47 different A*/A-ranked or Q1-ranked journals and 5 articles shortlisted for/recognized with the Best Paper Award) and received over $10,000,000 in funding.

Selected outputs (2020-present):

  1. Bowman, Carmen and Weng Marc Lim. (Accepted). How to avoid ageist language in aging research? An overview and guidelines. Activities, Adaptation & Aging. (Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  2. Ciasullo, Maria Vincenza, Maria Rosaria Carli, Weng Marc Lim, and Rocco Palumbo. (Accepted). Co-producing scientific knowledge from an open innovation perspective: An examination of citizen science in the healthcare ecosystem. European Journal of Innovation Management. (Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 4.691; Scopus).
     

  3. Donthu, Naveen, Weng Marc Lim, Satish Kumar, and Debidutta Pattnaik. (Accepted). A scientometrics study of contributors and themes in the Journal of Advertising Research. Journal of Advertising Research. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 3.154; Scopus).
     

  4. Donthu, Naveen, Weng Marc Lim, Satish Kumar, and Debidutta Pattnaik. (Accepted). The Journal of Advertising’s production and dissemination of advertising knowledge: A 50th anniversary commemorative review. Journal of Advertising. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 5.522; Scopus).
     

  5. Jopp, Ryan, Hassan Daronkola Kalantari, Weng Marc Lim, Lynn Ling Min Wee, and Ai Ling Lim. (Accepted). Tourist segments of eco-cultural destinations. Current Issues in Tourism. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 7.430; Scopus).
     

  6. Kumar, Satish, Dipasha Sharma, Sandeep Rao, Weng Marc Lim, and Sachin Kumar Mangla. (Accepted). Past, present, and future of sustainable finance: Insights from big data analytics through machine learning of scholarly research. Annals of Operations Research. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 4.854; Scopus).
     

  7. Kumar, Satish, Filomena Maggino, Raj V. Mahto, Riya Sureka, Leonardo Salvatore Alaimo, and Weng Marc Lim. (Accepted). Social Indicators Research: A retrospective using bibliometric analysis. Social Indicators Research. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 2.614; Scopus).
     

  8. Kumar, Satish, Jing Jian Xiao, Debidutta Pattnaik, Weng Marc Lim, and Tareq Rasul. (Accepted). Past, present, and future of bank marketing: A bibliometric analysis of International Journal of Bank Marketing (1983–2020). International Journal of Bank Marketing. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 4.412; Scopus).
     

  9. Kumar, Satish, Riya Sureka, Weng Marc Lim, Sachin Kumar Mangla, and Nisha Goyal. (Accepted). What do we know about business strategy and environmental research? Insights from Business Strategy and the Environment. Business Strategy and the Environment. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 10.302; Scopus).
     

  10. Kumar, Satish, Saumyaranjan Sahoo, Weng Marc Lim, and Léo-Paul Dana. (Accepted). Religion as a social shaping force in entrepreneurship and business: Insights from a technology-empowered systematic literature review. Technological Forecasting and Social Change. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 8.593; Scopus).
     

  11. Lim, Weng Marc and Marc Weissmann. (Accepted). Toward a theory of behavioral control. Journal of Strategic Marketing. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  12. Lim, Weng Marc and Wai Ming To. (Accepted). The economic impact of a global pandemic on the tourism economy: The case of COVID-19 and Macao’s destination- and gambling-dependent economy. Current Issues in Tourism. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 7.430; Scopus).
     

  13. Lim, Weng Marc, Gaurav Gupta, Baidyanath Biswas, and Rohit Gupta. (Accepted). Collaborative consumption continuance: A mixed-methods analysis of the service quality-loyalty relationship in ridesharing services. Electronic Markets. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 4.765; Scopus).
     

  14. Lim, Weng Marc, Ida Fatimawati Adi Badiozaman, and Hugh Leong. (Accepted). Unraveling the expectation-performance gaps in teacher behavior: Insights from the student engagement perspective. Quality in Higher Education. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus 2020: Q1-ranked).
     

  15. Lim, Weng Marc, Sahil Gupta, Arun Aggarwal, Justin Paul, and Priyanka Sadhna. (Accepted). How do digital natives perceive and react toward online advertising? Implications for SMEs. Journal of Strategic Marketing. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  16. Lim, Weng Marc, Tareq Rasul, Satish Kumar, and Mamun Ala. (Accepted). Past, present, and future of customer engagement. Journal of Business Research, Vol. 133, pp. 285–296. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 7.550; Scopus).
     

  17. Mandrinos, Symeon, Weng Marc Lim, and Constance Sat Lin Liew. (Accepted). De-internationalisation through the lens of intellectual property rights. Thunderbird International Business Review. (Web of Science ESCI; Scopus 2020: Q1-ranked). (Corresponding author).
     

  18. Pattnaik, Debidutta, Satish Kumar, Bruce Burton, and Weng Marc Lim. (Accepted). Economic Modelling at thirty-five: A retrospective bibliometric survey. Economic Modelling. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 3.127; Scopus).
     

  19. Rao, Purnima, Satish Kumar, Meena Chavan, and Weng Marc Lim. (Accepted). A systematic literature review on SME financing: Trends and future directions. Journal of Small Business Management. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 4.544; Scopus).
     

  20. Rasul, Tareq, Aaron Wijeratne, Samaneh Soleimani, and Weng Marc Lim. (Accepted). Where there’s sugar there’s sugar-related mobile apps: What factors motivate consumers’ continued use of m-health? Journal of Strategic Marketing. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  21. Tang, Kar Foong, Pei-Lee Teh, Weng Marc Lim, and Shaun Wen Huey Lee. (Accepted). Perspectives on mobility among older adults living with different frailty and cognitive statuses. Journal of Transport and Health. (Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 2.796; Scopus 2020: Q1-ranked).
     

  22. Yap, Sheau Fen, Weng Marc Lim, Sanjaya Singh Gaur, and Pek Yean Lim. (Accepted). A framework for preventive health marketing. Journal of Strategic Marketing. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  23. Chopra, Meenu, Neha Saini, Satish Kumar, Arup Varma, Sachin Kumar Mangla, and Weng Marc Lim. (2021). Past, present, and future of knowledge management for sustainability. Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol. 328, Article 129592. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SCI Impact Factor 2020: 9.297; Scopus).
     

  24. Donthu, Naveen, Satish Kumar, Debidutta Pattnaik, and Weng Marc Lim. (2021). A bibliometric retrospection of marketing from the lens of psychology: Insights from Psychology & Marketing. Psychology & Marketing, Vol. 38 No. 5, pp. 834–865. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 2.939; Scopus).
     

  25. Donthu, Naveen, Satish Kumar, Debmalya Mukherjee, Nitesh Pandey, and Weng Marc Lim. (2021). How to conduct a bibliometric analysis: An overview and guidelines. Journal of Business Research, Vol. 133, pp. 285–296. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 7.550; Scopus).
     

  26. Donthu, Naveen, Satish Kumar, Nitesh Pandey, and Weng Marc Lim. (2021). Research constituents, intellectual structure, and collaboration patterns in Journal of International Marketing: An analytical retrospective. Journal of International Marketing, Vol. 29 No. 2, pp. 1–25. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 8.125; Scopus [Lead Article]).
     

  27. Goodell, John W., Satish Kumar, Weng Marc Lim, and Debidutta Pattnaik. (2021). Artificial intelligence and machine learning in finance: Identifying foundations, themes, and research clusters from bibliometric analysis. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, Vol. 32, Article 100577. (ABDC 2020: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  28. Hosen, Mosharrof, Samuel Ogbeibu, Beena Giridharan, Tat-Huei Cham, Weng Marc Lim, and Justin Paul. (2021). Individual motivation and social media influence on student knowledge sharing and learning performance: Evidence from an emerging economy. Computers & Education, Vol. 172, Article 104262. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 8.538; Scopus 2020: Q1-ranked).
     

  29. Kumar, Satish, Neeraj Pandey, Weng Marc Lim, Akash Nil Chatterjee, and Nitesh Pandey. (2021). What do we know about transfer pricing? Insights from bibliometric analysis. Journal of Business ResearchVol. 134, pp. 275–287. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 7.550; Scopus). (Corresponding author).
     

  30. Kumar, Satish, Weng Marc Lim, Nitesh Pandey, and James Christopher Westland. (2021). 20 years of Electronic Commerce Research. Electronic Commerce Research, Vol. 21 No. 1, pp. 1–40. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 3.747; Scopus [Lead Article]).
     

  31. Lim, Weng Marc. (2021). A marketing mix typology for integrated care: The 10 Ps. Journal of Strategic MarketingVol. 29 No. 5, pp. 453–469. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  32. Lim, Weng Marc. (2021). Conditional recipes for predicting impacts and prescribing solutions for externalities: The case of COVID-19 and tourism. Tourism Recreation Research, Vol. 46 No. 2, pp. 314318. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  33. Lim, Weng Marc. (2021). Pro-active peer review for premier journals. Industrial Marketing Management, Vol 95, pp. 65–69. (ABDC 2019: A*-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 6.960; Scopus).
     

  34. Lim, Weng Marc. (2021). Toward an agency and reactance theory of crowding: Insights from COVID-19 and the tourism industry. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, Vol. 20 No. 6, pp. 1690-1694. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 3.280; Scopus).
     

  35. Lim, Weng Marc. (2021). Reconsidering capstones in business education. Journal of Education, Vol. 201 No. 3, pp. 267-270 (Oldest Education Journal by Boston University USA and SAGE; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  36. Lim, Weng Marc, Ashfaq Ahmad, Tareq Rasul, and M. Omar Parvez. (2021). Challenging the mainstream assumption of social media influence on destination choice. Tourism Recreation Research, Vol. 46 No. 1, pp. 137–140. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  37. Lim, Weng Marc, Sheau Fen Yap, and Marian Makkar. (2021). Home sharing at the tipping point: What do we know, how do we know, and where should we be heading? Journal of Business Research, Vol. 122, pp. 534-566. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 7.550; Scopus).
     

  38. Paul, Justin, Weng Marc Lim, Aron O’Cass, Andy Wei Hao, and Stefano Bresciani. (2021). Scientific Procedures and Rationales for Systematic Literature Reviews (SPAR-4-SLR). International Journal of Consumer Studies, Vol. 45 No. 4, pp. O1-O16. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2020: 3.864; Scopus). (Corresponding author).
     

  39. Lee, Loong Yi, Weng Marc Lim, Pei-Lee Teh, Omar Ali Syadiqeen, and Surya Nurzaman. (2020). Understanding older adult-soft service robot interaction: Insights from robotics and technology acceptance model. AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction, Vol. 12 No. 3, pp. 125-145. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked).
     

  40. Lim, Weng Marc. (2020). A typology of student diversity and an inclusive student learning support system: Insights for higher education. Educational Practice and Theory, Vol. 42 No. 1, pp. 81-87. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Scopus).
     

  41. Lim, Weng Marc. (2020). An equity theory perspective of online group buying. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, Vol. 54, Article 101729. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2019: 4.219; Scopus).
     

  42. Lim, Weng Marc(2020). Challenger marketingIndustrial Marketing Management, Vol. 84., pp. 342-345. (ABDC 2019: A*-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2019: 4.695; Scopus).
     

  43. Lim, Weng Marc. (2020). In defense of challenger marketing. Journal of Business-to-Business MarketingVol. 27 No. 4, pp. 397–406. (Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2019: 0.543; Scopus 2016: Q1-ranked).
     

  44. Lim, Weng Marc. (2020). PPR: Research directions in information systems field, current status and future trends: A literature analysis of AIS basket of top journals. Australasian Journal of Information Systems. Vol. 24. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  45. Lim, Weng Marc. (2020). The sharing economy: A marketing perspective. Australasian Marketing Journal. Vol. 28 No. 3, pp. 4-13. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  46. Lim, Weng Marc and Symeon Mandrinos. (2020). Decoupling in international business: A rejoinder on internationalization and de-internationalization. Journal of International Business Education, Vol. 15, pp. 305–308. (Scopus).
     

  47. Lim, Weng Marc and Symeon Mandrinos. (2020). Incidental findings on multimodel comparison, hypothesis testing error, and its solution: The case of information, knowledge, and career pursuit. Australasian Journal of Information Systems. Vol. 24. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  48. Lim, Weng Marc, Cynthia Su Chen Phang, and Ai Ling Lim. (2020). The effects of possession- and social inclusion-defined materialism on consumer behavior toward economical versus luxury product categories, goods versus services product types, and individual versus group marketplace scenarios. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, Vol. 56, Article 102158. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2019: 4.219; Scopus).
     

  49. Lim, Weng Marc, Ida Fatimawati Adi Badiozaman, and Mung Ling Voon. (2020). Barriers to workforce re-entry among single mothers: Insights from urban Sarawak, Malaysia. Journal of International Women’s Studies, Vol. 21 No. 6, pp. 430-452. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Scopus).
     

  50. Lim, Weng Marc, Pei-Lee Teh, and Pervaiz Khalid Ahmed. (2020). How do consumers react to new product brands? Marketing Intelligence and Planning, Vol. 38 No. 3, pp. 369-385. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2019: 2.164; Scopus).
     

  51. Lim, Weng Marc, Tareq Rasul, and Roger Clarke. (2020). PPR: The challenges involved in establishing a research technique. Australasian Journal of Information Systems. Vol. 24. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  52. Lim, Weng Marc, Teck-Weng Jee, and Ernest Cyril de Run. (2020). Strategic brand management for higher education institutions with graduate degree programs: Empirical insights from the higher education marketing mix. Journal of Strategic Marketing, Vol. 28 No. 3, pp. 225-245. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  53. Lim, Weng Marc, Teck-Weng Jee, Kar Seng Loh, and Elena Gregoria Chin-Fern Chai. (2020). Ambience and social interaction effects on customer patronage of traditional coffeehouses: Insights from kopitiams. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, Vol. 29 No. 2, pp. 182-201. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2019: 4.489; Scopus).

Selected outputs (2010-2019):

  1. Lim, Weng Marc. (2019). How can challenger marketers target the right customer organization? The A-C-O-W customer organization profiling matrix for challenger marketing. Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, Vol. 34 No. 2, pp. 338-346. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2018: 1.961; Scopus).
     

  2. Lim, Weng Marc. (2019). Policy environment and entrepreneurial development. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization—Asian Programme of Educational Innovation for Development Meeting on Entrepreneurship Education, 9-11 October 2019, Hangzhou, China. (Discussion Leader).
     

  3. Lim, Weng Marc. (2019). Spectator sports and its role in the social marketing of national unity: Insights from a multiracial country. Journal of Leisure Research, Vol. 50 No. 3, pp. 260-284. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2018: 1.120; Scopus).
     

  4. Lim, Weng Marc. (2019). To what degree is the Fourth Industrial Revolution an opportunity or a threat for the ASEAN community and region? Modern Applied Science, Vol. 13 No. 9, pp. 105-106. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Scopus).
     

  5. Lim, Weng Marc, Ai Ling Lim, and Cynthia Su Chen Phang (2019). Toward a conceptual framework for social media adoption by non-urban communities for non-profit activities: Insights from an integration of grand theories of technology acceptance. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 23. (ABDC 2019: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  6. Lim, Weng Marc, Pervaiz Khalid Ahmed, and M. Yunus Ali. (2019). Data and resource maximization in business-to-business marketing experiments: Methodological insights from data partitioningIndustrial Marketing Management, Vol. 76, pp. 136-143. (ABDC 2019: A*-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2018: 4.779; Scopus).
     

  7. Lim, Weng Marc. (2018). Breaking barriers: Women entrepreneurs in ASEAN. World Economic Forum on ASEAN, 11-13 September 2018, National Convention Center, Ha Noi, Viet Nam. (Discussion Leader).
     

  8. Lim, Weng Marc. (2018). Demystifying neuromarketing. Journal of Business Research, Vol. 91, pp. 205-220. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2018: 4.028).
     

  9. Lim, Weng Marc. (2018). Dialectic antidotes to critics of the technology acceptance model: Conceptual, methodological, and replication treatments for behavioural modelling in technology-mediated environments. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 22. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  10. Lim, Weng Marc. (2018). Entrepreneurship education in tertiary education: Insights from Malaysia. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization—Asian Programme of Educational Innovation for Development Meeting on Entrepreneurship Education, 9-11 October 2018, Trincomalee, Colombo, Sri Lanka. (Plenary Speaker).
     

  11. Lim, Weng Marc. (2018). Exiting supranational unions and the corresponding impact on tourism: Some insights from a rejoinder to Brexit. Current Issues in Tourism, Vol. 21 No. 9, pp. 970-974. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2018: 3.395; Scopus).
     

  12. Lim, Weng Marc. (2018). Revisiting concepts and theories in information systems and technology. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 22. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  13. Lim, Weng Marc. (2018). What will business-to-business marketers learn from neuro-marketing? Insights for business marketing practice. Journal of Business-to-Business MarketingVol. 25 No. 3, pp. 251-259. (Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2016: 1.312; Scopus 2016: Q1-ranked).
     

  14. Lim, Weng Marc, Pei-Lee Teh, and Pervaiz Khalid Ahmed. (2018). It is not about what you read, but how you read it: The effects of sequencing rational and emotional messages on corporate and product brand attitudes. Journal of Strategic Marketing, Vol. 26 No. 4, pp. 339-355. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  15. Lim, Weng Marc, Pei-Lee Teh, Pervaiz Khalid Ahmed, Soon-Nyean Cheong, Huo-Chong Ling, and Wen-Jiun Yap. (2018). Going keyless for a seamless experience: Insights from a unified hotel access control system. International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 75, pp. 110-115. (ABDC 2016: A*-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2018: 4.465; Scopus).
     

  16. Lim, Weng Marc. (2017). Inside the sustainable consumption theoretical toolbox: Critical concepts for sustainability, consumption, and marketing. Journal of Business Research, Vol. 78, pp. 69-80. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2016: 3.354; Scopus).
     

  17. Lim, Weng Marc. (2017). Online group buying: Some insights from the business-to-business perspective. Industrial Marketing Management, Vol. 65, pp. 182-193.(ABDC 2016: A*-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2016: 3.166; Scopus).
     

  18. Lim, Weng Marc. (2017). Restoring tourist confidence and travel intentions after disasters: Some insights from a rejoinder to a series of unfortunate events in Malaysian tourism. Current Issues in Tourism, Vol. 20 No. 1, pp. 38-42. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2016: 2.451; Scopus).
     

  19. Lim, Weng Marc. (2017). Shaping the future of consumption. World Economic Forum on ASEAN, 10-12 May 2017, Sokha Phnom Penh Hotel and Residence, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia. (Sponsored Panelist).
     

  20. Lim, Weng Marc. (2017). Untangling the relationships between consumer characteristics, shopping values, and behavioral intention in online group buying. Journal of Strategic Marketing, Vol. 25 No. 7, pp. 547-566. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  21. Teh, Pei-Lee, Weng Marc Lim, Pervaiz Khalid Ahmed, Alan H. S. Chan, Jasmine M. Y. Loo, Soon-Nyean Cheong, and Wen-Jiun Yap. (2017). Does power posing affect gerontechnology adoption among older adults? Behaviour and Information Technology, Vol. 36 No. 1, pp. 33-42. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2016: 1.388; Scopus). (Corresponding author).
     

  22. Lim, Weng Marc. (2016). A blueprint for sustainability marketing: Defining its conceptual boundaries for progress. Marketing Theory, Vol. 16 No. 2, pp. 232-249. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2016: 2.466; Scopus).
     

  23. Lim, Weng Marc. (2016). PPR: Moving from evaluation to trial: How do SMEs start adopting cloud ERP? Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 20. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  24. Lim, Weng Marc. (2016). PPR: Publication anxiety, quality, and journal rankings: Researchers views. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 20. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  25. Lim, Weng Marc(2016). PPR: Toward principles of construct clarity: Exploring the usefulness of facet theory in guiding conceptualization. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 20. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  26. Lim, Weng Marc. (2016). Creativity and sustainability in hospitality and tourism. Tourism Management Perspectives, Vol. 18, pp. 161-167.  (Note: Conceptual article that has been transferred by the editor from Tourism Management; ABDC 2016: A*-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2016: 4.707; Scopus).
     

  27. Lim, Weng Marc. (2016). Social media in medical and health care: Opportunities and challenges. Marketing Intelligence and Planning, Vol. 34 No. 7, pp. 964-976. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor: 1.421; Scopus).
     

  28. Lim, Weng Marc. (2016). Understanding the selfie phenomenon: Current insights and future research directions. European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 50 No. 9/10, pp. 1773-1788.(ABDC 2016: A*-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2016: 1.497; Scopus).
     

  29. Lim, Weng Marc, Pei-Lee Teh, Pervaiz Khalid Ahmed, Alan H. S. Chan, Soon-Nyean Cheong, and Wen-Jiun Yap. (2016). Enhancing the sense of power and user adoption in gerontechnology: An experimental investigation of near-field communication lighting systems. IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, 4-7 December 2016, Bali, Indonesia. (Lead Article in IEEE Xplore Conference Proceedings and Shortlisted for the Best Paper Award as a result of two A-grade reviews).
     

  30. Lim, Weng Marc. (2015). Antecedents and consequences of e-shopping: An integrated model. Internet Research, Vol. 25 No. 2, pp. 184-217. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2015: 3.017; Scopus).
     

  31. Lim, Weng Marc. (2015). Enriching information science research through chronic disposition and situational priming: A short note for future research. Journal of Information Science, Vol. 41 No. 3, pp. 399-402. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2015: 0.878; Scopus).
     

  32. Lim, Weng Marc. (2015). It's time to celebrate: How can restaurateurs make special occasions even better? Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, Vol. 24 No. 6, pp. 573-600. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus [Lead Article]).
     

  33. Lim, Weng Marc. (2015). The influence of internet advertising and electronic word of mouth on consumer perceptions and intention: Some evidence from online group buying. Journal of Computer Information Systems, Vol. 55 No. 4, pp. 81-89. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2015: 0.764; Scopus).
     

  34. Lim, Weng Marc. (2015). Thinking in new boxes: A creativity framework for greater sustainability in hospitality and tourism. World Hospitality and Tourism Forum, 25-27 June 2015, Seoul, South Korea. (Best Paper Award and Cash Prize of USD1,000).
     

  35. Lim, Weng Marc and Oliver Kisalay Burmeister. (2015). PPR: Improving professional IT doctorate completion rates. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 19. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  36. Lim, Weng Marc, Pei-Lee Teh, Pervaiz Khalid Ahmed, Alan H. S. Chan, Soon-Nyean Cheong, and Wen-Jiun Yap. (2015). Are older adults really that different? Some insights from gerontechnology. IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, 6-9 December 2015, Singapore. (Shortlisted for the Best Paper Award as a result of three A-grade reviews but voluntarily withdrew from further consideration as one of the authors was a member of the conference organizing committee).
     

  37. Lim, Weng Marc. (2014). Antecedents and consequences of customer hedonism in hospitality services. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, Vol. 23 No. 6, pp. 626-651. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  38. Lim, Weng Marc. (2014). Sense of virtual community and perceived critical mass in online group buying. Journal of Strategic Marketing, Vol. 22 No. 3, pp. 268-283. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  39. Lim, Weng Marc. (2014). Understanding the influence of online flow elements on hedonic and utilitarian online shopping experiences: A case of online group buying. Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 28 No. 2, pp. 287-306. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science ESCI; Scopus).
     

  40. Lim, Weng Marc and Ding Hooi Ting. (2014). Consumer acceptance and continuance of online group buying. Journal of Computer Information Systems, Vol. 54 No. 3, pp. 87-96. (ABDC 2016: A-ranked; Web of Science SSCI Impact Factor 2015: 0.764; Scopus).
     

  41. Lim, Weng Marc. (2013). The effects of web atmospherics on entertainment gratification and web irritation: Some empirical evidence from online shopping. Modern Applied Science, Vol. 7 No. 12, pp. 15-23. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Scopus).
     

  42. Lim, Weng Marc. (2013). Toward a theory of online buyer behavior using structural equation modeling. Modern Applied Science, Vol. 7 No. 10, pp. 34-41. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Scopus).
     

  43. Lim, Weng Marc and Ding Hooi Ting. (2012). Customer hedonism in hospitality services: A study of antecedents and consequences. International Conference on Contemporary Marketing Issues, 13-15 June 2012, Thessaloniki, Greece. (Best Paper Award)
     

  44. Lim, Weng Marc and Ding Hooi Ting. (2012). E-shopping: An analysis of the uses and gratifications theory. Modern Applied Science, Vol. 6 No. 5, pp. 48-63. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Scopus).
     

  45. Lim, Weng Marc and Ding Hooi Ting. (2012). E-shopping: An analysis of the technology acceptance model. Modern Applied Science, Vol. 6 No. 4, pp. 49-62. (ERA 2010: A-ranked; Scopus).
     

  46. Lim, Weng Marc and Ding Hooi Ting. (2010). Healthcare marketing: An imperative field of research in the 21st century. 6th International Conference of the Global Academy of Business and Economics Research, 17-19 October 2010, New York, United States of America. (Best Paper Award).