Human Resource Management Research

Human Resource Management Research is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a specialized academic medium and important reference for the encouragement and dissemination of research and practice in human resource management research. It is a research journal that aims to provide a forum for the exploration of issues and experiences relating to employment studies and people management in organizational teams.

Anoop Kumar Patiar

Editorial Board Member of Human Resource Management Research

Head of Academic Department/Faculty, Griffith Business School, Australia

Research Areas

Quality Management Practices in Hotels, Organisational Commitment, Sustainable Practices in Hotels, Job Satisfaction Among Hospitality Employees


2005PhDManagement Accounting, Griffith University
1995MBAManagement, Qld. University of technology
1982GD Edu.Education, University of Wales
1975HCIMAHotel management, Portsmouth University
1973DMSManagement, Plymouth University


1989Senior Lecturer, Deputy Head of Department
1986-1989Lecturer, College of Tourism and Hospitality
1980-1986Lecturer, Llandrillo Technical College, North Wales, UK


HSL, Nathan Deputy Head of Department(2011-present)
Moderator for Hospitality Financial Control for Auckland University of Technology(2007)
Member of GBS Learning and Teaching Committee
Member of CAUTHE 2008 Planning Committee

Publications: Journals

[1]  Patiar, A., Davidson, M., & Wang, Y. (2012). Competition, Total Quality Management Practices and Performance: Evidence from Upscale Hotels, Tourism Analysis. 17 (1 or 2), xx-yy. (Tier A)
[2]  Patiar, A. & Mia, L. (2009). Transformational leadership style, market competition and departmental performance: evidence from luxury hotels in Australia, International Journal of Hospitality Management, 28 (2), 254-262. (Tier A)
[3]  Patiar, A., & Mia, L. (2008). The interactive effect of market competition and MAS information use on performance: evidence from the hospitality industry in Australia, Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 32 (2), 209-234. (Tier A)
[4]  Patiar, A., & Mia, L. (2008). Subordinates' self-ratings, and superiors' ratings, of subordinates' performance: evidence from the hotel industry in Australia, International Journal of Hospitality Management, 27 (1), 53-64. (Tier A)
[5]  Mia, L., & Patiar, A. (2002). The interactive effect of superior-subordinate relationship and budget participation on managerial performance in the hotel industry: an exploratory study. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, 26 (3), 235-257. (Tier A)
[6]  Mia, L., & Patiar, A. (2001). The use of management accounting systems in hotels: an exploratory study. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 20 (2), 111-128. (Tier A)
[7]  Faulkner, B., & Patiar, A. (1997). Workplace induced stress in the hospitality industry. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 17 (1), 1-13. (Tier A)
[8]  Nguyen, A., & Patiar, A. (1993). Government economic policies and the tourism industry. The Australian Extrapreneur, 4(1), 31-34. (Tier B)
[9]  Nguyen, A., & Patiar, A. (1992) The economics of hospitality, Australian Hotelier, February pp. 47. (Tier C)

Publications: Conferences/Workshops/Symposiums

[1]  Patiar, A,, McPhail, R, Herrington, C., Davidson, M., & Creed, P. (2011). Employee Satisfaction in the Hospitality Industry: Evidence from Australia. World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality, Hong Kong, 10-13 December.
[2]  Patiar, A., Davidson, M., Wang, Y. (2011). Total Quality Management Practices and Departmental Performance in Hotels. ATINER 7th Annual International Conference on Tourism, Athens, Greece, 13-16 July.
[3]  Weaver, D., Davidson, M., Lawton, L., Patiar, A., Johnston, N. (2011-Accepted). Sustainability practices in the Asia-Pacific Hotel Sector: Award applicant segmentation by urban and other settings. TTRA Conference-Seeing the Forest for the Trees. London, ONT, Canada, 19-21 June, 2011.
[4]  Patiar, A., & Davidson, M., Wang, Y. (2011). The effect of market competition and total quality management practices on hotel department performance: Evidence from hotels in Australia and India. The Inaugural India International Hotel, Travel and Tourism Research Conference: Examining and Debating Trends, Challenges and Issues. The University of Waikato and Banarsidas Chaandiwala Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, New Delhi, India, 133-149.
[5]  Patiar, A., & Mia, L. (2010). The effect of broad scope MAS information use, competition and leadership style on performance: Evidence from hotels in Australia. Nirma International Conference on Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad,India.
[6]  Patiar, A., & Mia, L. (2009). Does transformational leadership, market competition and MAS information use affect hotel departments' performance? International Conference on Business, Finance and Tourism Management, Paris, France.
[7]  Mia, L., & Patiar, A. (2008). Application of activity based costing in the competitive environment of luxury hotels in Southeast Queensland, Australia. Recent Advances in Retailing and Services Science, Zagreb, Crotia,
[8]  Patiar, A. (2007). The effect of transformational leadership style and market competition on the departmental performance: evidence from luxury hotels in Australia. Indian Business School (IBS) International Conference, Ahmedabad, India, 149-169.
[9]  Patiar, A., & Mia, L. (2006). Market competition, management accounting systems information use and the departmental performance: evidence from hotels in Australia. NICOM 2006: Managing finance and growth: emerging issues and challenges. Institute of Management, Nirma University of Science and Technology, Ahmedabad, India, 3-18.
[10]  Patiar, A., & Mia, L. (2005). National culture and gender differences in self and superior's reporting of managerial performance in hotels. NICOM 2005: Achieving Competitive Advantage Through People Conference, Institute of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, India, 557-571.
[11]  Patiar, A., & Mia, L. (2003). Self and general managers ratings of departmental managers performance: a cross-cultural study in the hotel industry. The Economics and International Business Research Conference, Miami, Florida, USA, 135-142.
[12]  Mia, L., & Patiar, A. (2002). An exploratory study into the market competition and application of activity-based costing in the hotel industry, Hosting the World 2002 International Conference on Hospitality, Tourism & Leisure, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 17-32.
[13]  Mia, L., & Patiar, A. (2001). Superior and subordinate relationship, budget participation and managerial performance in large hotels: an empirical investigation. The Hawaii Conference on Business, Honolulu, USA, CD Vol. iv, M-205.
[14]  Patiar, A., & Nguyen, A. (1993). The increasing need for employees' participation in the hospitality industry, International Business Conference Proceedings, University of Hong Kong, 2-16.
[15]  Nguyen, A., & Patiar, A. (1992). Decision support systems for menu management in the Australian hotel industry, Problems and Prospects in International Business Perspective from Asia and the Pacific, Pacific Proceeding, Griffith University, Brisbane, 452-459.
[16]  Nguyen, A., & Patiar, A. (1992). Government policies on the tourism industry, Benefits and Costs of Tourism Proceedings of a National Tourism Research Conference, Institute of Industrial Economics, University of Newcastle, 19, 367-374.

Publications: Books/Book Chapters

[1]  Patiar, A. (1991). Open Learning Project Tourism and Hospitality Management, Study Package in Food and Beverage Management. University of Southern Queensland.