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Research in Hospitality Management is a peer-reviewed journal publishing papers that make an original contribution to the understanding of hospitality and hospitality management in a global context. It has a strong focus on issues which have an immediate practical application – giving the journal relevance to academics as well as industry practitioners.

The journal includes articles from the disciplines of sociology, demography, business science, culinary sciences, economics, psychology, anthropology, philosophy, media, cultural studies, law, education, leisure science and tourism. Papers relating to consumer behaviour, human resources management, financial management, marketing, strategic management, economics, business forecasting, information technology and development, national and international legislation will be considered for publication. Articles covering social theory and the history and politics of the hospitality industry are welcome.

As of 2016, this journal is open access under a Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC BY 4.0). Content published prior to 2016 is under copyright by the publisher, NISC (Pty) Ltd.


Vol 6, No 2 (2016)

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Sjoerd Gehrels, Elena Cavagnaro
A tale of three cities: Insight into the impacts of holiday rentals in France EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Conrad Lashley, Niki Christian Nutsch 113-118
What drives customers to use access-based sharing options in the hospitality industry? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Can Lu, Jay Kandampully 119-125
Wasted millions: Revenue management in Dutch culinary restaurants EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bill Rowson, Wouter van Poppel, Sjoerd Gehrels 127-133
Fun, animal welfare or community development? Understanding young tourists’ preferences for a wildlife tourism package EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Elena Cavagnaro, Simona Staffieri, Tamara Huisman 135-144
Indigenous identity – Global grasp: The Road Not Taken Tours EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Patrice Pendell, Imanuella R. Andilolo 145-149
Hotel rate parity in the focus: Is there a need for change in the relationship between hotels in Berlin and their wholesale partners? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Bastian Rashek, Radu Mihailescu 151-161
Comparing hotels’ employer brand effectiveness through social media and websites EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sjoerd Gehrels, Natascha Wienen, Julio Mendes 163-170
Real-world lessons from the hospitality expert EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Robert Bosma 171-175
Achieving preferred customer status in the Dutch plastics recycling industry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Klaes Eringa, Rink Groenveld 177-188
Employees’ perspectives of service quality in hotels EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mukhles M. Al-Ababneh 189-193
Are social media applications a facilitator or barrier to learning for tourism and hospitality management students? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Li Li 195-202
Engaging in hospitality and culinary research that makes a difference: The shape of things to come EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Joseph A. Hegarty 203-206
Problem-based learning in the first or second language: Does it make a difference? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Dirk Humalda, Wichard Zwaal 207-211
Luxury consumption in tourism: The case of Dubai EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sanjay Nadkarni, Andy Heyes 213-217
An essay on Karma Karana: A notion on restructuring the Bali hospitality and service industry by re-establishing the concepts of Tri Hita Karana and Karmaphala EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I. Made Mahendra Budhiastra 219-224


ISSN: 2224-3534
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