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Biography

Dr Eric Tchouamou Njoya is a Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for Undergraduate Logistics, Transport, and Supply Chain courses. He has a strong expertise in air transport and tourism impact modelling, having written several papers on the economic impact of air transport and tourism using among others computable general equilibrium models and conducted several projects on air transport and tourism for various institutions including among others the European Commission, the European Investment Bank, Avinor, the European Subsea Cables Association, and the Korea Transport Institute. He serves as Deputy Director of Huddersfield's Future Mobility Lab and Cluster Director at the Behavioural Research Centre of Huddersfield Business School. His work has appeared in Transportation Research Part A, Journal of Travel Research, Tourism Management, Transport Policy, Journal of Transport Geography, amongst others. He is an associate editor of the Journal of Aerospace Technology and Management and a topic editor for Sustainability.

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Impacts of aviation on regional development
  • Impacts of tourism on poverty relief in developing countries
  • Economics of air transport and tourism
  • Aviation policy and associated tourism benefits/costs
  • Computable General Equilibrium Models, Cost-Benefit Analysis and Econometrics

External positions

Visiting Research Fellow, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

5 Jul 201230 Sep 2012

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