Katarina Miličević
Katarina Miličević
Assistant Professor, School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana
Verified email at ef.uni-lj.si
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The factor structure of tourist satisfaction at pilgrimage destinations: The case of Medjugorje
D Krešić, J Mikulić, K Miličević
International journal of tourism research 15 (5), 484-494, 2013
572013
An investigation of the relationship between destination branding and destination competitiveness
K Miličević, T Mihalič, I Sever
Journal of travel & tourism marketing 34 (2), 209-221, 2017
482017
Destination attractiveness drivers among urban hostel tourists: An analysis of frustrators and delighters
J Mikulić, D Krešić, K Miličević, M Šerić, B Ćurković
International Journal of Tourism Research 18 (1), 74-81, 2016
362016
Identifying drivers of destination attractiveness in a competitive environment: A comparison of approaches
J Mikulić, D Krešić, D Prebežac, K Miličević, M Šerić
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 5 (2), 154-163, 2016
352016
The relationship between brand strength and tourism intensity: Empirical evidence from the EU capital cities
J Mikulić, K Miličević, D Krešić
International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research 10 (1), 14-23, 2016
242016
The power of tourism in creating a national brand: The case of Croatia
K Miličević, B Skoko, D Krešić
Destination Branding & Marketing IV, Cardiff, UK, 2012
102012
Kako osnovati i upravljati hostelom
D Krešić, K Miličević
Hrvatski ferijalni i hostelski savez, Zagreb, 2010
72010
Destination Branding as a Destination Competitiveness Factor: Case of Croatia
K Miličević
Doctoral Dissertation, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Ljubljana, 2016
52016
Akcijski plan razvoja cikloturizma
Z Klarić, G Kos, D Krešić, K Miličević
Institut za turizam, Zagreb, 2015
52015
The influence of political factors in fashioning destination image
B Skoko, K Miličević, D Krešić
Evolution of Destination Planning and Strategy, 79-97, 2017
42017
Preparing for tomorrow: Analyzing tourism demand from GCC countries to Croatia
I Michael, K Miličević, D Krešić
International conference on tourism milestones, unpublished paper, Sharjah, UAE, 2014
22014
Integrirane marketinške komunikacije kao strategija za održavanje tržišne dominacije i rast profitabilnog poslovanja [Integrated marketing communications as a basis for the …
M Magzan, K Miličević
Marketing u Hrvatskoj—55 poslovnih slučajeva [Marketing in Croatia—55 …, 2012
22012
Identifying critical pilgrimage destination attributes with neural network-based importance-performance analysis: the case of Medjugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina
D Krešić, J Mikulić, K Miličević
2nd International Conference Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing …, 2012
22012
From Winnetou to Game of Thrones
B Skoko, K Miličević
The Routledge Companion to Media and Tourism, 2020
12020
Key-Driver Analysis with Extended Back-Propagation Neural Network Based Importance-Performance Analysis (BPNN-IPA)
J Mikulić, D Krešić, K Miličević
Intelligent Decision Making in Quality Management, 447-461, 2016
12016
A comparative analysis of brand strength and tourism intensity among the EU capital cities: Does branding really matter?
J Mikulić, K Miličević, D Krešić
The 5th international conference on destination branding and marketing (DBM-V), 2014
12014
Utjecaj informacijskih i komunikacijskih tehnologija na marketing turističkih destinacija
D Krešić, K Miličević, S Boranić Živoder
Zagreb: Znanstvena edicija Instituta za turizma–Izazovi upravljanja turizmom …, 2011
12011
Challenges of film-induced tourism in Croatia: From Winnetou to Game of Thrones
B Skoko, K Miličević
The Routledge Companion to Media and Tourism, 206-214, 2020
2020
Analysis of the online attributes of Croatia as a tourist destination on most important tourism generating markets
K Miličević, D Krešić
Istraživanje turističkih tržišta, 2019
2019
Analysis of destination competitiveness in the region
K Miličević
Turizam–Studije slučaja Hrvatske i regije, 2016
2016
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