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The Future of Destination Marketing Organizations in the Insight Era

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Tourism and Hospitality, Vol 3, Iss 49, Pp 803-808 (2022)

Abstract: There has been a growing interest in examining the implementation of insight-era technologies (e.g., AI, social media) and big data for sustainable tourism development. However, actionable guidelines to promote a holistic adaptation and the effective f...

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A Break from Overtourism: Domestic Tourists Reclaiming Nature during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Tourism and Hospitality, Vol 3, Iss 48, Pp 788-802 (2022)

Abstract: Natural areas are often of particular importance for residents as venues for recreation and domestic tourism. However, prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, overtourism was a major challenge for many nature-based tourism destinations worldwide, and led to a ...

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Water Scarcity and Climate Change in Mykonos (Greece): The Perceptions of the Hospitality Stakeholders

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Tourism and Hospitality, Vol 3, Iss 47, Pp 765-787 (2022)

Abstract: Climate change, unsustainable water use by the tourism sector, and short-term-based decisions by policymakers create additional stress on limited water resources in arid and semi-arid tourism destinations. Non-conventional water resources are playing a...

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Tourists Becoming Involved: The Influence of Pro-Environmental Voluntourism on Destination Image Formation

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Tourism and Hospitality, Vol 3, Iss 43, Pp 706-719 (2022)

Abstract: The purpose of this research was to explore the realization of the pro-environmental initiative in the Faroe Islands in which tourists were involved as volunteers. The research was aimed at understanding how this influences tourists’ perceptions of a d...

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Solo Travel Research and Its Gender Perspective: A Critical Bibliometric Review

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Tourism and Hospitality, Vol 3, Iss 45, Pp 733-751 (2022)

Abstract: Solo travel continues to be an under-researched area in the field of tourism, hospitality, and events. After the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become necessary to review the knowledge acquired so far. In addition, the 2030 Agenda calls for more studies to ...

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Expressing the Experience: An Analysis of Airbnb Customer Sentiments

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Tourism and Hospitality, Vol 3, Iss 42, Pp 685-705 (2022)

Abstract: There is a growing interest in research related to Airbnb, and one theme that has stood out is the analysis of the consumer experience. This study aimed to analyse the feelings expressed in the online evaluation of users on the Airbnb platform in Forta...

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Chinese VFR Travel in Budapest: The Hosts’ Roles

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Tourism and Hospitality, Vol 3, Iss 44, Pp 720-732 (2022)

Abstract: In recent decades, there has been a dynamic growth of Chinese outbound tourism to the Central and Eastern European region, and Hungary has been one of the most visited countries. This increase in demand is linked, in part, to the important Chinese dias...

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Examining the Impact of China’s Corruption Crackdown: A Forecast for Macau’s Tourism and Gaming Industry

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Tourism and Hospitality, Vol 3, Iss 46, Pp 752-764 (2022)

Abstract: Using the ARIMA time-series analysis technique, this study measured the impact China’s anti-corruption campaign had on Macau’s casino gaming industry and forecasted future gaming revenue. This study also analyzed current trends and proposed future stra...

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Case report papers guidelines: Recommendations for the reporting of case studies or action research in Business Management

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): WPOM : Working Papers on Operations Management, Vol 13, Iss 2, Pp 108-137 (2022)

Abstract: Objective: To provide a working guide which facilitates the accuracy, transparency, and usefulness for academics and practitioners of case report papers as an article type which are fit for publishing in impact journals. In this way, we aim to increase...

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Human resource development practices and organizational performance: Examining the mediating role of transformational leadership style

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): WPOM : Working Papers on Operations Management, Vol 13, Iss 2, Pp 64-85 (2022)

Abstract: Human resource development practices focus on the specific goals of the organization, about what needs to be done and the change that needs to be applied. The most important and effective ways of human resource development are training and development,...

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