Tourism and Hospitality Journal Collection
- Tourism & Hospitality Management's growing portfolio covers topics such as hospitality management, consumer behaviour and trends, effective marketing in tourism and hospitality, tourist culture and behaviour and techniques, innovations and issues
- International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management (IJCHM) was ranked third Emerald journal both in 2006 and in 2007. In 2007, 451,971 article downloads were made from IJCHM. A study from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University recently looked at citations made to hospitality journals at googlescholar.com. This study found that articles published in IJCHM receive the highest mean citation compared to articles published in other hospitality journals (Law, R. and van der Veen, R., 'The Popularity of Prestigious Hospitality Journals: A Google Scholar Approach', International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, vol. 20 no. 2).
- The International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, edited by Professor Arch Woodside, Boston College, USA, publishes regular and topical special issues, such as Tourism and Hospitality Training and Emerging Tourism Development for Tourism and Hospitality in Taiwan.
The journal aims to communicate the latest developments and thinking on the management of hospitality operations worldwide. A multidisciplinary journal, it publishes double-blind reviewed papers covering issues relevant to operations, marketing, finance and personnel. *Recently accepted into the Thomson Reuters Social Science Citation Index (SSCI)
The journal focuses on building bridges in theory, research, and practice across the inter-related fields of culture, tourism and hospitality. International in scope and grounded in 'theory-into-practice', the journal provides breadth, depth, provocation and passion in reporting the nuances of humans' lived experiences relating to culture, tourism and hospitality.
The journal seeks to advance knowledge in the field of events and to enhance the uptake of such knowledge by practitioners in the field.
A peer-reviewed journal, the International Journal of Tourism Cities provides an international forum for the critical study of urban tourism and tourism cities. The journal aims to be inter-disciplinary in its appreciation of tourism cities and tourism in urban areas, and welcomes original, theoretically-informed articles from those involved in the planning, management or marketing of tourism in city destination or places adjoining urban areas.
The journal serves as a scholastic platform in the fields of Hospitality Information Technology and E-Business. It seeks to serve as a bridge between academia and industry through intellectual exchange of ideas, trends and paradigmatic changes underway in the two important and related domains that it addresses.
Tourism Review aims to contribute to a deeper understanding of tourism as an interdisciplinary phenomenon and to provide insights into developments, issues and methods in tourism research.
Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes provides thematic reviews of the major challenges facing the tourism and hospitality industry today. Combining empirical data with secondary research and views of senior practitioners in the field, each issue will provide practical solutions to challenges faced by the industry worldwide.