Category:Tourism and Hospitality
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Issue 3 2019 Medical tourism: strategies for quality patient/guest experiences
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Value creation of tourist experiences in spectacular and spontaneous designs: A comparative analysis of a wine tourMarcelo Jacques Fonseca, Laura Tonon Zuanazzi, Rodrigo B. Castilhos, Guilherme Trez
This study aims at understanding how consumers engage with and perceive value in “spectacular” versus “spontaneous” designs of tourist experiences. Building on the idea…
Building brand equity through communication consistency in luxury hotels: an impact-asymmetry analysisMaja Šerić, Josip Mikulić
This paper examines the development of customer-based brand equity through communication consistency in a luxury hotel segment. Communication consistency is considered as…
Ambidexterity refers to the ability to balance contradictory items and has been extensively described in relation to technological advancement in large-sized manufacturing…
This study aims to: (1) describe the spatial distribution of tourism in Brazil; (2) assess Brazilian tourism growth and its location between 2007 and 2016; (3) discuss the…
Given the intense competition in the hotel industry, this study investigates the effect of overwork (OW) and overtime (OT) on turnover intention (TI) as well as the…
This research aims to analyze the relations between coopetition and innovation, by comparing two coopetitive tourism SMEs networks in Brazil.
The global tourism industry is continuing to experience a change from high-touch to high-tech with the increasing implementation of self-service technologies (SSTs) such…
The purpose of this paper is to reveal those attributes of owners and managers that influence knowledge flows between owners and managers in a tourism destination network…
Recent studies have classified ecotourism behaviour into specific components like site-specific ecological, pro-environmental and environmental learning behaviour…
This paper aims to synthesize the key findings of prior research on the topic of human-wildlife interactions (HWI) in natural places for tourism.
This empirical study explored how coworker incivility and customer incivility affect the work engagement and job performance of frontline employees.
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