Professor Livingstone Divine Caesar
Professor Livingstone Divine Caesar
SBS Swiss Business School
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Exploring the range of retention issues for seafarers in global shipping: opportunities for further research
LD Caesar, S Cahoon, J Fei
WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs 14 (1), 141-157, 2015
382015
Current challenges in the recruitment and retention of seafarers: an industry perspective from Vietnam
TT Nguyen, H Ghaderi, LD Caesar, S Cahoon
The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics 30 (2), 217-242, 2014
342014
Breaking the psychological contract and managing expectations: developing solutions for the shortage of ship officers
DL Caesar, S Cahoon, J Fei
2013 International Association of Maritime Economists Conference (IAME13), 1-18, 2013
232013
Human resource practices in seafaring: Opportunities for improving retention
SC Cahoon, DL Caesar, J Fei
192014
Understanding and managing the complexity of retention issues for 21st century seafarers in the global shipping industry
DL Caesar, SC Cahoon, J Fei
2014 International Association of Maritime Economists Conference (IAME 2014 …, 2014
132014
Relationship Marketing and Repurchase Intention in Ghana’s Hospitality Industry: An Empirical Examination of Trust and Commitment
GK Amoako, SG Kutu-Adu, DL Caesar, E Neequaye
Journal of Relationship Marketing, https://doi.org/10.1080/15332667.2018.15, 2019
102019
Relationship marketing and customer satisfaction in the Ghanaian hospitality industry
GK Amoako, EK Neequaye, SG Kutu-Adu, LD Caesar, KS Ofori
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Insights, 2019
92019
The global shortage of ship officers: an investigation of the complexity of retention issues among Australian seafarers
DL Caesar
University of Tasmania, 2016
92016
Work-life balance
LD Caesar, J Fei
82018
Sustaining the supply of ship officers: Making a case for succession planning in seafarer recruitment
DL Caesar
Universal Journal of Management 1 (1), 6-12, 2013
82013
Intangible resources and the growth of women businesses: empirical evidence from an emerging market economy
CA Sallah, LD Caesar
Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, 2020
72020
Training seafarers for tomorrow: The need for a paradigm shift in admission policies
L Caesar, S Cahoon
Universal Journal of Management 3 (4), 160-167, 2015
72015
Trade facilitation in seaports-A thorough survey of the Ghana Gateway Project
DL Caesar
Netherlands Maritime University, 2010
52010
Challenging the current paradigms of seafarer training and careers
L Caesar, S Cahoon, J Fei
Proceedings of the 15th Annual general assembly International Association of …, 2014
42014
Class attendance and use of Echo360 in Australia: A comparison between undergraduate nursing and maritime disciplines
C Mather, L Caesar, C Chin, J Fei
2014 International conference on new horizons in education 1, 754-760, 2014
42014
Exploring the antecedents of high mobility among ship officers: empirical evidence from Australia
L Divine Caesar, S Cahoon, J Fei, CA Sallah
Maritime Policy & Management 48 (1), 109-128, 2021
32021
Knowing the students we groom into seafarers: Going beyond the traditional admission forms
LD Caesar, S Cahoon
3rd International Symposium of Maritime Sciences, 1-6, 2014
32014
Knowledge management in the shipping industry
J Fei, LD Caesar
Lap Lambert, Germany, 2013
32013
Examining the dynamics of industry–university collaborations in Ghana
A Muparadzi, LD Caesar
Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 2020
22020
The making of master mariners: Understanding the incentives of a seafaring career in Australia
L Caesar, S Cahoon, J Fei
2015 Master Mariners Congress, 1-10, 2015
22015
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