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1. Avian scavengers' contributions to people: the cultural dimension of wildlife-based tourism.

Scavengers provide significant nature's contributions to people (NCP), including disease control through carcass removal, but their non-material NCP are rarely considered. For the first time, we assess the extent and value of the NCP provided by European avian scavengers through a scavenger-based...

Author(s) : García-Jiménez, R.; Pérez-García, J. M.; Margalida, A.; Morales-Reyes, Z.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2022 Vol.806 No.Part 1

2. Evaluation and decomposition of tourism inefficiency considering heterogeneous technology: an empirical study from China.

Considering both sectoral and regional heterogeneities, this article develops a structural meta-frontier slacks-based measure data envelopment analysis model to decompose the inefficiency level, input reduction and output expansion potentials and efficiency change into three components: sectoral...

Author(s) : Zha JianPing; He DongQin; Zhu Ying; Yang XiaoJie; Luo MingZhi

Publisher : Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research 2022 Vol.46 No.2 pp.370-399 ref.80

3. Introduction to the special issue on digital transformation in the tourism industry.

The scope of this special issue has been to collect the latest theoretical and empirical research on Digital Transformation in the Tourism Industry, expanding the work presented in International Conference on Strategic, Innovative Marketing and Tourism (ICSIMAT) conference that took place in the...

Author(s) : Vlachopoulou, M.; Fouskas, K.

Publisher : Varna University of Management (ex International University College), Varna, Bulgaria

Journal article : European Journal of Tourism Research 2022 Vol.30

4. Smart tourism: a scientometric review (2008-2020).

The fast path of smart tourism developments within the tourism and hospitality field clarifies the need to identify its intellectual structures and monitor its evolution. 43% of the articles ever published are from the last two years. An initial work, covering the papers published between 2008 and...

Author(s) : Borges-Tiago, T.; Veríssimo, J. M. C.; Tiago, F.

Publisher : Varna University of Management (ex International University College), Varna, Bulgaria

Journal article : European Journal of Tourism Research 2022 Vol.30 ref.many

5. Two decades of customer experience research in hospitality and tourism: a bibliometric analysis and thematic content analysis.

This article presents a state-of-the-art systematic review of the evolution and structure of empirical research on customer experience in hospitality and/or tourism settings based on 1248 articles published in 13 leading hospitality and tourism journals between January 1998 and May 2021. Using Web...

Author(s) : Kim Hyunsu; So KamFung [So, K. F. K.]

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.163

6. The impacts of cultural intelligence and emotional labor on the job satisfaction of luxury hotel employees.

Within luxury hotels targeting multinational segments, frontline service staff are essential to creating unique, personalized experiences for high-value, discerning clientele. Performing emotional labor and utilizing cultural intelligence are key to ensuring exceptional cross-cultural service...

Author(s) : Lam, R.; Cheung, C.; Lugosi, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.69

7. Which marketer-generated-content is more effective? An experimental study in the context of a peer-to-peer accommodation platform.

Using the perspective of Marketer-generated content (MGC) from hosts, this study explored the effects of property textual description and host textual description on guests' intention to book sharing accommodation on a peer-to-peer (P2P) accommodation platform, and examined the role of travel types ...

Author(s) : Tao DanDan; Fang WenPei; Luo Biao; Wan Liang

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.81

8. How self-gratification and social values shape revisit intention and customer loyalty of Airbnb customers.

Although the interrelationships among customer perceived value, revisit intention and customer loyalty has been widely studied in various tourism and hospitality settings, it has yet to be comprehensively addressed in the Airbnb context. Based on the value-attitude-behavior hierarchy, our paper...

Author(s) : Tajeddini, K.; Gamage, T. C.; Waseem-ul-Hameed; Qumsieh-Mussalam, G.; Chaijani, M. H.; Rasoolimanesh, S. M.; Kallmuenzer, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.180

9. Eco-friendly hotel stay and environmental attitude: a value-attitude-behaviour perspective.

The growing body of literature around eco-friendly hotels indicates an increase in popularity for such hotels. However, the low booking rate in eco-friendly hotel is a major concern for sustainability and profitability. Therefore, the current study addresses the long-lasting attitude-behaviour gap...

Author(s) : Mohd Sadiq; Mohd Adil; Paul, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.125

10. Exploring the nexus of tradition, modernity, and innovation in restaurant SMEs.

This study uses an exploratory supply-side approach to understand the nexus of tradition, modernity, and innovation in the restaurant SME sector. It conducted 35 in-depth interviews with restaurant owners in Sardinia, Italy to determine: (1) how they defined what a traditional and modern restaurant ...

Author(s) : Lee, C.; Pung, J. M.; Chiappa, G. del

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.58

11. To or not to adopt P2P accommodation: the traveler's ethical decision-making.

The objective of this study is to examine travelers' intention to participate in peer-to-peer accommodation from an ethical perspective. An ethical decision-making model was proposed, based on Hunt-Vitell theory of ethics, moral identity theory, and Schwartz theory of human values, to examine the...

Author(s) : Balaji, M. S.; Jiang YangYang; Roy, S. K.; Lee, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.106

12. How consumers perceive authenticity in restaurants: a study of online reviews.

Investigations into the multi-dimensionality of authenticity as expressed in restaurant contexts have been scarce. This study attempts to fill this gap by examining how consumers perceive authenticity in restaurant experiences by analysing their authenticity judgements from online reviews. An...

Author(s) : Le, T. H.; Arcodia, C.; Novais, M. A.; Kralj, A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.59

13. Disentangling the dynamics of service failure and service recovery in peer-to-peer accommodations: a triadic perspective.

Drawing upon attribution theory, this study investigates the nuances of service failure and service recovery by examining the triadic, multi-directional relationships between platform providers (e.g., Airbnb), service providers (e.g., hosts), and customers (e.g., visitors) in the peer-to-peer...

Author(s) : Kim Hyunsu; So KamFung [So, K. F. K.]; Mihalik, B.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.65

14. Supplier innovativeness in supply chain integration and sustainable performance in the hotel industry.

This study examines the impact of supplier innovativeness on supply chain integration and sustainable performance, as well as the mediation role of supply chain integration between supply chain innovativeness and sustainable performance. In addition, trust is studied as a determinant factor in...

Author(s) : Espino-Rodríguez, T. F.; Taha, M. G.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.93

15. Consumers' willingness to pay for information transparency at casual and fine dining restaurants.

American consumer preference for restaurant food is shifting based on personal health, food quality, and environmental impact. However, data on information related to these preferences are limited. This research uses two national online surveys to examine American consumer preferences and values...

Author(s) : Nguyen, L.; Gao ZhiFeng; Anderson, J. L.; Love, D. C.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.117

16. Developing creative service ideas through hotel customer engagement for open innovation: focused on empowerment and motivation processes.

While the enhanced connectivity between customers and hospitality brands via online platforms dramatically increases the potential for customer engagement in innovation processes, existing research has not focused on how to facilitate open innovation knowledge creation via customer engagement. The...

Author(s) : Shin Hakseung; Perdue, R. R.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.88

17. Face the competition and take proactive actions: how does neighborhood competition affect hotel online effort?

Competition is a double-edged sword that can benefit the society or hurt the related parties, thus its effect deserves attention from academe and industry. Taking advantage of the design of managerial response on travel websites, this study focuses on how competition influences hotels' online...

Author(s) : Xu YuKuan; Gong CaiYan; Law, R.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.15

18. Consumer responses to the use of artificial intelligence in luxury and non-luxury restaurants.

There has been an ever-increasing interest in artificial intelligence (AI) in the hospitality sector. However, it is still unclear how consumers respond to products/services in hospitality industries provided by AI. Building on the theoretical framework for using AI in different services and the...

Author(s) : Nozawa, C.; Togawa, T.; Velasco, C.; Motoki, K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Quality and Preference 2022 Vol.96 ref.70

19. Exploring the emotions and well-being of food neophobic travelers in the consumption of comfort food.

Some travelers feel reluctant to try novel food in foreign countries. However, limited empirical research has been done on tourists with food neophobic tendencies and their well-being associated with comfort food consumption. The purposes of this research were to explore the relationship between...

Author(s) : Chang, J.; Morrison, A. M.; Lin ChungTing; Lin HsinHung [Lin, H. H. S.]

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Food Quality and Preference 2022 Vol.96 ref.119

20. Antecedents of behavioral intentions for green city tourists.

Many cities have been evaluated as green cities in recent years and have gained the chance to promote their local tourism development by appealing to tourists with environmental concerns. Nonetheless, few studies have explored green city tourists and particularly explored the drivers of their...

Author(s) : Wang HuiJu

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Environment, Development and Sustainability 2022 Vol.24 No.1 pp.377-398 ref.66

21. The economic and environmental effects of seasonality of tourism: a look at solid waste.

Tourism brings great opportunities of growth with relatively small investments in physical and human capital, but it also comes with important negative externalities. This paper looks at the environmental cost of tourism in terms of solid waste produced in municipalities. Using the Data Envelopment ...

Author(s) : Caponi, V.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Economics 2022 Vol.192 ref.33

22. A crowd-sourced valuation of recreational ecosystem services using mobile signal data applied to a restored wetland in China.

The travel cost method is the main technique used to evaluate the monetary value of recreational cultural ecosystem services of wetlands. While questionnaires still provide an important way to obtain tourist travel distances, salary rate coefficients, and travel rate data, but they are restricted...

Author(s) : Dai PeiChao; Zhang ShaoLiang; Gong YunLong; Zhou Yuan; Hou HuPing

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Economics 2022 Vol.192 ref.49

23. Does hotel management matter to overcoming the COVID-19 crisis? The Spanish case.

This paper analyses the influence that the initial actions and strategies pursued by hotel managers have on the recovery of occupancy after a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic. To do this, a specific survey is carried out on managers of Spanish hotels. The main findings show that labour actions, ...

Author(s) : Hidalgo, A.; Martín-Barroso, D.; Nuñez-Serrano, J. A.; Turrión, J.; Velázquez, F. J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2022 Vol.88 ref.58

24. A study of the tourism industry's cash-driven resilience capabilities for responding to the COVID-19 shock.

This study explores the tourism industry's cash-driven resilience capabilities. To map these capabilities, it enhances the existing analytical approaches to develop the two-dimensional evaluation of cash holdings of tourism businesses from four Central European Countries. The empirical...

Author(s) : Wieczorek-Kosmala, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2022 Vol.88 ref.102

25. Family support and posttraumatic growth among tourism workers during the COVID-19 shutdown: the role of positive stress mindset.

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a severe hit on the health of workers in the tourism industry. It is crucial to understand how to help the workforce in this service industry become resilient and adaptive through this crisis. The primary objective of this research is to examine how family support...

Author(s) : Tuan Trong Luu

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2022 Vol.88 ref.115