Tourism Review: Volume 74 Issue 4

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The dynamic relationship between CO2 emission, international tourism and energy consumption in Pakistan: a cointegration approach

Yaping Liu, Tafazal Kumail, Wajahat Ali, Farah Sadiq

The present study aims to investigate the dynamic relationship between international tourist receipts, economic growth, energy use and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in…

Sources of value co-destruction: Uber customer perspectives

Erose Sthapit, Peter Björk

This study aims to explore the antecedents that generate value co-destruction, the negative outcomes resulting from interactive value formation, in the sharing economy…

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The impact of corruption on travelers’ perceptions and preferences

Alexis Papathanassis

This paper aims to explore and model tourists’ perceptions of corruption-related holiday incidents and their impact on travel preferences and behavior.

Telecommunication and tourism development: an island perspective

Boopen Seetanah

This paper aims to investigate the availability and contribution of destinations’ telecommunication structure and development on tourism development for the case of the…

Improving travellers' trust in restaurant review sites

Rafael Anaya-Sánchez, Sebastian Molinillo, Rocío Aguilar-Illescas, Francisco Liébana-Cabanillas

This paper aims to focus on understanding how restaurant review sites generate trust among travellers and the effect of trust on the intention to visit and recommend…

The impact of visitors’ experience intensity on in-situ destination image formation

Elitza Iordanova, Dimitrios Stylidis

This study aims to shed some light on destination image formation by exploring whether image is altered as a result of tourists’ experience intensity with a destination.

Image of Poland as perceived by German and British medical tourists

Diana Dryglas, Adrian Lubowiecki-Vikuk

The purpose of this paper is to identify Poland’s image as a medical tourism destination (MTD).

Information technology competency and knowledge management in the hospitality industry service supply chain

Mohammad Reza Jalilvand, Javad Khazaei Pool, Masood Khodadadi, Mehdi Sharifi

This study aims to provide a better understanding of how information technology (IT) competency and knowledge management (KM) contribute to service supply chain (SSC…

The role of familiarity in consumer destination image formation

Soyeon Kim, Xinran Lehto, Jay Kandampully

The primary purpose of this study is to examine the effects of destination familiarity on consumers’ evaluations (cognitive image) and feelings (affective image) about the…

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Collaborative governance in tourism: lessons from Etorkizuna Eraikiz in the Basque Country, Spain

Xabier Barandiarán, Natalia Restrepo, Álvaro Luna

This paper aims to examine through a case study how the creation of collaborative spaces between local stakeholders can foster decision-making and collective development…

Dark tourism: tourist value and loyalty intentions

Pramod Sharma, Jogendra Kumar Nayak

This paper aims to examine the direct and indirect effects of tourists’ value on satisfaction and loyalty intentions in dark tourism.

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Dark sky tourism: economic impacts on the Colorado Plateau Economy, USA

David Mitchell, Terrel Gallaway

This paper aims to examine the economic impact from dark-sky tourism in national parks in the USA on the Colorado Plateau. The Colorado Plateau is a region encompassing…

Tourist events and satisfaction: a product of regional tourism competitiveness

Sérgio Jesus Teixeira, João J.M. Ferreira, António Almeida, Eduardo Parra-Lopez

This study aims to analyze the contribution of tourist event and satisfaction with tourism events as a product of regional tourism competitiveness, as well as evaluate…

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Wellness and healthy lifestyle in tourism settings

Ana Težak Damijanić

This paper aims to examine the concept of wellness as a form of healthy lifestyle in tourism settings.

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Proposing researcher brand equity index in hospitality and tourism

Mehmet Ali Köseoglu, Fevzi Okumus, Roya Rahimi

This study aims to propose a holistic model to rank and evaluate researchers’ performance. This holistic model is developed by focusing on brand equity, which includes…

The role of job rotation in enhancing employee performance in the Egyptian travel agents: the mediating role of organizational behavior

Bassam Samir Al-Romeedy

The purpose of this paper is to propose and test a conceptual model that explores the effect of job rotation on employees' performance through the mediating role of…

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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