Tourism Review: Volume 58 Issue 1

Subjects:

Table of contents

Internationale dienstleistungskompetenzen der europäischen hotellerie

Jörg Frehse

European hotels, which tend to be individual businesses, have a hard time resisting the continued globalization pressure. In order to survive the fierce international…

A tourism PhD reflection

Steven Pike

A former tourism industry general manager turned academic provides reflections on aspects of his PhD experience. In particular, two issues are the focus. Firstly, the…

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The old problems of Brazilian tourism

Luiz Gonzaga Godoi Trigo

Brazil is a key tourism receiving country. Based on improvements with regard to infrastructure, supra‐structure (hotels, etc.), professional education and new equipment…

Workstress response perceptions among potential employees: The influence of ethics and trust

Glenn F. Ross

The ethical principles that potential tourism/hospitality employees bring to this industry have, only in the last decade or so, begun to receive research scrutiny…

Tourist profile research: Antalya region example 2001

Ahmet Aktas, A. Akin Aksu, Beykan çizel

Tourism movements are increasingly of interest as economic, social and cultural events, which annually, and on a country basis make one destination more popular than…

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Natur und kultur griechenlands als unerschöpfliche grundlagen des zukunftsfähigen tourismus

Karagiannis Stephanos

Crete, an exquisite island, is located between Europe, Asia and Africa, and in the north, is it surrounded by the Cretan Sea and in the south, by the Libyan Sea. It has…

Call for papers for workshops

Peter Keller, homas Bieger

As announced earlier, the next AIEST Congress will take place just one year before the Summer Olympics in Athens (Greece). It is primarily for this reason that we have…

Cover of Tourism Review

ISSN:

1660-5373

Renamed from:

The Tourist Review

Online date, start – end:

2001

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Dimitrios Buhalis