Tourism Review: Volume 75 Issue 4

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Table of contents

The future of Airbnb in China: industry perspective from hospitality leaders

Dujun Qiu, Pearl M.C. Lin, Sandra Yanping Feng, Kang-Lin Peng, Daisy Fan

This study aims to investigate the development of Airbnb in China from the perspective of hospitality leaders by identifying the positive and negative effects of Airbnb…

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Machine learning of robots in tourism and hospitality: interactive technology acceptance model (iTAM) – cutting edge

Hanyoung Go, Myunghwa Kang, SeungBeum Chris Suh

The purpose of this study is to discuss how consumers accept advanced artificial intelligence (AI) robots in hospitality and tourism and provide a typology and conceptual…

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Electronic word of mouth in tourism and hospitality consumer behaviour: state of the art

Shahab Pourfakhimi, Tara Duncan, Willem J.L. Coetzee

Despite its volume, the academic research on the impact of electronic word of mouth (eWOM) on tourism and hospitality consumer behaviour is fragmented and largely limited…

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Tourism to serve culture: the evolution of an Aboriginal tourism business model in Australia

Pascal Scherrer

This paper aims to track the evolution of an innovative Aboriginal tourism business model with deliberate social and community enterprise objectives in a remote setting.

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The selection model for horizontal alliances between hotels and airlines: an integrated application of NGT, fuzzy TOPSIS and MCGP methods

Yan-Kai Fu, Weilun Huang, Chin-Nung Liao

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the hotel selection problem of airlines for their hotel and airline alliance (HAA) to develop potential customers of airlines…

Senior tourism – a scientometric review (1998-2017)

Maria Helena Pestana, Wan-Chen Wang, Artur Parreira

This study aims to identify intellectual structures, emerging trends and future research opportunities via a bibliometric analysis of senior tourism research from 1998 until 2017.

Health-care providers perspective on value in medical travel to India

Anita Medhekar, Ho Yin Wong, John Edward Hall

The purpose of this paper is to explore the supply-side factors that determines the quality of global healthcare services from medical tourism healthcare providers’ (MTHP…

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