Category:Tourism and Hospitality
Issue 5 2019 Gender and Mobility in Tourism
Issue 4 2019
Issue 3 2019
Issue 2 2019 Innovation in Sustainable Tourism
Issue 1 2019 Smart tourism and competitive advantage for stakeholders
Issue 4 2015 Tourism research on the test bench
Issue 3 2015 Religious tourism and tolerance
Issue 2 2015
Issue 1 2015
Issue 4 2014 Contemporary tourism research (from the Rosen College) part 2
Issue 3 2014 Destination leadership part 2
Issue 2 2014
Issue 1 2014 Destination leadership part 1
Issue 4 2013 Contemporary Tourism Research (from the Rosen College) Part 1
Issue 3 2013
Issue 2 2013
Issue 1 2013
This paper aims to discuss how emotional intelligence can be incorporated into the tourism sector to enhance tourist experience.
This paper aims to provide a selective review of sectoral and academic developments that have led to the flow-based view of destination management and marketing and…
This perspective article aims to summarize research on value co-creation and tourism experience management from the past decades and to propose several future research…
Critically examining the development of online distribution in hospitality and tourism, this paper aims to speculate on likely future developments for the next decades.
Tourism, ageing and the demographic time bomb - the implications of dementia for the visitor economy: a perspective paperJoanne Connell, Stephen Page
This paper aims to examine the development of research on ageing and demography and the implications for the study of tourism. It examines the demographic time bomb…
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of past perspectives and future trends in tourism and hospitality research.
Future tourism will take place in a robonomic economy (aka robonomics). The massive introduction of robots, artificial intelligence and automation technologies which will…
This study aims to discuss the evolution of Big Data (BD) and Analytics in the tourism and hospitality field. It analyses the important role that BD has played so far in…
The cruise sector has undergone a significant transformation over the past decades, rendering it amongst the fastest growing tourism segments. Nevertheless, cruise…
This paper discusses the dos and don'ts of market segmentation analysis. Market segmentation analysis is younger than the journal Tourism Review, but nevertheless has a…
This paper aims to examine the complexity science approach to the tourism domain.
The historical background of journals in today's current form dates back to seventeenth century. However, the birth of tourism journals is dated to 1940s. This coincides…
The purpose of this paper is to extend this notion of inclusivity to the tourism academy, question how we as tourism researchers and academics “do” diversity and reflect…
This study aims to explain briefly the history and the future of revenue and yield management, offering a graphical visual model to identify the main internal and external…
The purpose of this paper is to explore the sustainability of National Tourism Organisations (NTOs) in light of the increasing power of cities.
The purpose of this paper is to examine the evolution of travel information search literature over the past 75 years to outline research needs for the upcoming decades.
This paper aims to outline the development of online tourism-related text with particular focus on the role of technology in transforming this text. It also offers a…
This paper aims to review research on carrying capacity over two periods and provide a future perspective.
This opinion piece calls for a consolidation of theories through integrative literature reviews to set forth the path for holistic theory development in future research.
Uses and abuses of IMPLAN in economic impact studies of tourism events and facilities in the United States: a perspective articleJohn Crompton
An overview of the IMPLAN input/output model which is the dominant economic impact model used in the USA, focused on the ways it is abused.
The purpose of this paper is to review the past literature of the tourist experience and propose a new model of behavior.
This paper aims to review the development of the relationship between culture and tourism over the past 75 years and outline some future developments over the coming 75 years.
Over the past 75 years, and even before that time span, some tourists have been identified as behaving destructively, unsafely and unsustainably. Such behaviours disturb…
This paper aims to demonstrate the importance of technological advancements in shaping tourist decision-making. It reviews relevant theories and underlines the need for…
Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) natural language processing may see the emergence of algorithmic word of mouth (aWOM), content created and shared by automated…
Technology in tourism-from information communication technologies to eTourism and smart tourism towards ambient intelligence tourism: a perspective articleDimitrios Buhalis
Technology revolutionises the tourism industry and determines the strategy and competitiveness of tourism organisations and destinations. This paper aims to explore the…
This paper aims to critically review current strategic management (SM) research and discuss future directions for SM research in the hospitality and tourism (HT) field.
Information technologies are changing the service paradigm. This paper aims to provide a concise review on technology-enabled service evolution in tourism.
The need and legitimacy of destination management organizations (DMOs) are increasingly questioned. Still, the tourism literature provides little advice on how DMOs change…
This study aims to provide a holistic model for high performance work practices (HPWPs), work engagement (WE), job autonomy (JA) and service innovative behavior (SIB) of…
The purpose of this paper is to conceptualize and develop an event experience scale in the business event (trade shows) context.
The purpose of this paper is to examine the business model of a successful social tourism business in Granada, Nicaragua. The study assesses how the business provides an…
This paper aims to propose a framework for engaging tourists as citizen scientists in marine research. Justification for such a framework is driven by the increasing use…
Despite ample attention to perceived risk and its consequences on tourist behavior, characteristics of travelers who are anti-gun or pro-gun have received little attention…
This study aims to analyse the business model of Jumia Travel, an innovative online travel agency (OTA) that operates in African markets. Focusing on market conditions and…
Renamed from:The Tourist Review
Online date, start – end:2001
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Prof Dimitrios Buhalis