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The International Journal of Hospitality Management discusses major trends and developments in a variety of disciplines as they apply to the hospitality industry. The range of topics covered by the journal includes:
• Human resources management;
• Consumer behaviour and marketing;
• Business forecasting and applied economics;
• Operational management;
• Strategic management;
• Financial management;
• Planning and design;
• Information technology and e-commerce;
• Training and development;
• Technological developments;
• National and international legislation.
The journal also contains research papers, state-of-the-art reviews and analyses of business practice within the industry.
Editor-in-Chief Abraham Pizam
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- Knowledge management, social media and employee creativity
- What can big data and text analytics tell us about hotel guest experience and satisfaction?
- Impacts of positive and negative corporate social responsibility activities on company performance in the hospitality industry
- CSR and customer loyalty: The roles of trust, customer identification with the company and satisfaction
- The impact of website quality on customer satisfaction and purchase intentions: Evidence from Chinese online visitors
- New consumer behavior: A review of research on eWOM and hotels
- How can integrated marketing communications and advanced technology influence the creation of customer-based brand equity? Evidence from the hospitality industry
- Effect of management commitment to internal marketing on employee work attitude
- The effectiveness of managing social media on hotel performance
- Customers’ cognitive, emotional, and actionable response to the servicescape: A test of the moderating effect of the restaurant type
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