Full Curriculum Vitae (pdf format)
- Economic regulation of commercial air transport (policy analysis and evaluation relating to hard and soft rights of access, emissions mitigation, route development, and operational subsidies).
- Marketing and market research (ROI, perception and satisfaction research)
- Tourism management (marketing and positioning, political/administrative governance)
TOURISM AND AVIATION: CRITICAL LINKAGES (2009 - 2012)
The outputs from this project are still being developed, but those that have been released publicly can be found below. Relevant academic articles and publications can be found under Publications.
Reports by COVEC
- New Zealand Aviation Data Review (22 December 2009)
- Capacity on New Zealand Inbound Air Routes (20 January 2010)
- Connectivity and Frequency of New Zealand International Air Routes (25 October 2010)
- The New Zealand Aviation Operational Environment: A Guide for the Tourism Sector (22 December 2010)
Reports by Duval
- The Principles of Market Access: The Aeropolitics of Ownership and Control (released 27 May 2012)
- The Principles of Market Access: The Aeropolitics of Capacity Provision (released 18 September 2011)
- The Principles of Market Access: A Primer on Air Rights (Released 18 April 2011)
Popular press articles
- Duval, D.T. and Schiff, A. (2011) ''The State of New Zealand's Air Services'', Tourism Business (New Zealand), December 2010/January 2011.
- Duval, D.T. and Schiff, A. (2011) "The Importance of VFR Travel for Tourism Businesses", Tourism Business (New Zealand), February/March 2011.
- Schiff, A. and Duval, D.T. (2011) "How many bums on how many seats?" Tourism Business (New Zealand), June/July 2011.
Seminars and conferences
- Duval, D.T. 'Cost sharing in thin-route air service provision', seminar given at the University of Otago, May 2010.
- Duval, D.T. 'Accessibility and connectivity as critical parameters for New Zealand tourism', invited presentation to the 2010 New Zealand Airports Association annual conference.
- Koo, T., Tan, D., and Duval, D.T. 'Air Transport Capacity and Tourism Demand Interactions - An Error Correction Model Approach', paper presented at the 2011 Air Transport Research Society Conference, Sydney, June 2011.
- Duval, D.T. 'Canada / UAE Aeropolitical Relations - Implications for New Zealand', paper presented at the 3rd Annual Aviation Education and Research Division Symposium, Aviation Industry Association and Massey University, Wellington, July 2011.
PREVIOUS RESEARCH IN THE ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOHISTORY OF THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN
As part of my Master of Arts in Anthropology (University of Manitoba), Professor Louis Allaire (now retired) and I undertook a survey in 1993 and 1994 of key locations on the island of St Vincent in the Eastern Caribbean. The 1994 field season included some test pits at various sites along the Windward (East) coast. In the interest of disseminating the original results of this research, which would have otherwise been almost impossible to locate, I have made the following freely available:
Duval, David Timothy (1996) Saladoid Archaeology on St. Vincent, West Indies: Results of the 1993/1994 University of Manitoba Survey, MA Thesis (Anthropology), Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba (Available upon request)
Duval, David Timothy (1994) The 1993 University of Manitoba St. Vincent Site Survey: Preliminary Report Number 1 (Artifact Cataloguing), report presented to the St. Vincent National Trust, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, June 1994.
Allaire, Louis and Duval, David Timothy (1995) 'St. Vincent Revisited', in Alegria, R.E. and Rodriguez, M. (eds) Proceedings of the XV International Congress for Caribbean Archaeology, Centro de Estudios Avasnzados de Puerto Rico y el Caribe, con la colaboracion de la Fundacion Puertirquena de las Humanidades y la Univsersidad del Turabo.
Duval, David Timothy (1994) 'Windward Island Migrations: The View from St. Vincent', paper presented at the 26th Annual Conference of the Archaeological Association of the University of Calgary (CHACMOOL).
In addition to numerous academic references over the years, some of this research has been used more recently by various consultants and groups investigating the impact of the new Argyle International Airport on St. Vincent.