Tourism & Hospitality Management

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Topical coverage

  • Architectural influence on tourism cities
  • Authentic leadership in hospitality
  • City planning for tourists
  • City tourism governance
  • Climate change impact on the hospitality industry
  • Conventions and conferences
  • Crime research in tourism
  • Cultural appropriation by tourists
  • Culture and heritage
  • Customer based brand equity
  • Dark tourism
  • Entrepreneurship in tourism and hospitality
  • Events and festivals
  • Hospitality brand support
  • Hospitality human resources
  • Hospitality management
  • Hospitality marketing
  • Hospitality technology and innovation
  • Mobility of tourists
  • Risk mitigation for travellers
  • Sustainable growth in hospitality
  • Tourism reviews on social media
  • Tourist consumer behaviour
  • Tourist impact on urban areas
  • Tourist spread of disease

Content highlights



Social media as a marketing tool for events

Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology

Examines the impact of event fans’ attitudes, subjective norms and perceived behavioural control on their intentions to go to events based on social networking sites (SNSs) marketing.


The global consciousness path to sustainable tourism: a perspective paper

Tourism Review

Tourism and travel experiences are a major contributor to expanding global awareness and consciousness, which is necessary to achieve sustainable development in an integrated and rapidly shrinking world.


Eat up! Prevention of plate waste in tourism and hospitality: a perspective paper

Tourism Review

Plate waste – like all food waste – burdens the environment. Plate waste – in contrast to other types of food waste – is absolutely unnecessary and almost entirely preventable. This study aims to synthesise past research on plate waste and outline a future research agenda.


The International Journal of Tourism Cities collaborates with the International Tourism Studies Association which is devoted to scholarly exchange between researchers and practitioners.


The work of Professor Dimitrios Buhalis (Bournemouth University, UK) is referenced widely, being the 3rd most cited academic in tourism and the most cited in hospitality on Google Scholar with more than 50,000 citations and an h-index of 98.



Impacts of increased house advantages on reel slots

International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management

Aims to identify the ability of players to recognise differences in the concealed prices of paired machines, over time.


Effects of COVID-19 on hotel marketing and management: a perspective article

International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management

Considers the effects of COVID-19 on hotel marketing and management practices and outlines a three-pronged research agenda to stimulate knowledge development in the hotel sector.


Gender discrimination and perceived fairness in the promotion process of hotel employees

International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management

Examines hotel managers’ perspectives on the promotion process of hotel employees based on the promoted employee’s gender, their perceived organisational justice and perceived gender discrimination against women.


Lessons learnt from the experience of countries in the Caribbean in aligning tourism investment, business and operations with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes

Outlines the challenges and new approaches that are needed to manage tourism investment, business and operations in line with the UN’s SDGs.

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