Research in Hospitality Management

ISSN: 2224-3534 (Print)
            2415-5152 (Online)
Publication frequency: 2 issues per year

Publication supported by the Stenden University Academy of International Hospitality ResearchCo-published with RoutledgeThis is a fully Open Access journal that only publishes articles Open Access.

Aims & Scope

Research in Hospitality Management (RHM) is a peer-reviewed journal publishing articles that make an original contribution to the understanding of hospitality and to the theory and practice of international hospitality management.

The journal has three main sections, reflecting the three major foci of its contributions. The first section, ‘Hospitality (Management) Studies’, includes articles related to the study of and the study for hospitality. The study of hospitality refers to studies about the essence and ethics of hospitality from a social sciences perspective, while the study for hospitality refers to a more disciplinary approach according to the quintessential managerial areas of Finance, Human Resources, Operations, Marketing & Sales, and Technology.

The second section, ‘Hospitality Management Education’, is devoted to articles about curriculum content and delivery methods for training and educating hospitality managers. Considering the size and scope of the hospitality industry, and the number of staff and students involved, studies on efficient, effective, and innovative ways of developing hospitality competencies are considered indispensable.

The third section, ‘Student Research Projects’, allows excellent student work to be published. Student work can relate to excellent BA dissertations or MA theses.

RHM also accommodates short communications, working papers, book reviews, and discussion papers.

Editors

Editorial Board

EDITORS-IN-CHIEF

Dr Sjoerd A Gehrels
Prof. Conrad Lashley
Drs Wichard Zwaal

Stenden Hotel Management School, Academy of International Hospitality Research, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands

e-mail: sjoerd.gehrels@stenden.com

Editorial Advisory Board

Professor Julie Allan – University of Birmingham, UK
Dr Alisha Ali – Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Dr Michel Altan – NHTV Hotel Management School, The Netherlands
Dr Jan Bamford – London Metropolitan University, UK
Dr Chris Baumann – Macquarie University, Australia
Dr Derek Cameron – University of Huddersfield, UK
Professor Elena Cavagnaro – Stenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands
Professor Daphne Dekker – Hotelschool The Hague, The Netherlands
Professor Hylke van Dijk – Noordelijke Hogeschool Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
Norman Dinsdale – Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Drs Geesje Duursma – Restaurant Partycentrum Catering De Pleats Burgum, The Netherlands
Dr Philip Goulding – Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Dr Joseph Hegarty – Dublin Institute of Technology (emeritus), Ireland
Professor Cathy Hsu – Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Professor Stanislav Ivanov – International University College Dobrich, Bulgaria
Professor Jay Kandampully – Ohio State University, USA
Professor Peter Klosse – Hotel Management School Maastricht, The Netherlands
Thomas Landen – Revinate, The Netherlands
Professor Willy Legrand – Hospitality Management University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef-Bonn, Germany
Professor Luewton Lemos – Noordelijke Hogeschool Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
Joachim de Looij – INK Hotel Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Professor Xander Lub – NHTV Hotel Management School, The Netherlands
Dr Peter Lugosi – Oxford School of Hospitality Management, UK
Professor Paul Lynch – Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Dr Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire – Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Professor David S Martin – Auburn University, USA
Professor Frans Melissen – NHTV Hotel Management School, The Netherlands
Professor Julio Mendes – University of Algarve, Portugal
Dr Eleni Michopoulou – University of Derby, UK
Professor Kevin O’Gorman – Herriot Watt University, UK
Professor Barry O’Mahony – Swinsburne University of Technology, Australia
Professor Martin O’Neill – Auburn University, USA
Dr Hans Otting – Stenden Hotel Management School (emeritus), The Netherlands
Dr Ioannis S. Pantelidis – School of Sport and Service Management, University of Brighton, UK
Dr Rajka Presbury – Blue Mountains, International Hotel Management School, Australia
Dr Sarah Rawlinson – University of Derby, UK
Professor Dan Remenyi – ACPI Academic Conferences and Publishing International, UK
Professor Jean-Pierre van der Rest – University of Leiden, The Netherlands
Professor George Ritzer – University of Maryland, USA
Hans van der Reijden – The Hotel at Auburn University, USA
Dr. Zoran Simonovic – Institute of Agricultural Economics, Serbia  
Philip Sloan – Hospitality Management University of Applied Sciences Bad Honnef-Bonn, Germany 
Professor Ana Paula Garcia Spolon – Instituto Federal de Educação,Ciência e Tecnologia de São Paulo, Brazil
Dr Craig Thompson – Stenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands
Professor Karoline Wiegerink – Hotelschool The Hague, The Netherlands
Professor Roy Wood – NHTV Hotel Management School, The Netherlands
Professor Ian Yeoman – Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

Published in association with Stenden University:

http://www.stenden.com/en

Latest Issue

Volume 6, Issue 2, 2016

Editorial

Editorial
Author(s): Sjoerd GehrelsAcademy of International Hospitality Research, Stenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands, Elena CavagnaroAcademy of International Hospitality Research, Stenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands
Pages: iii–iv

Article

A tale of three cities: Insight into the impacts of holiday rentals in France
Author(s): Conrad LashleyHospitality Studies, Academy of International Hospitality Research, Stenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands, Niki Christian NutschTourism and Hospitality Research Consultancy, United Kingdom
Pages: 113–118
What drives customers to use access-based sharing options in the hospitality industry?
Author(s): Can LuDepartment of Human Sciences, USA, Jay KandampullyDepartment of Human Sciences, USA
Pages: 119–126
Wasted millions: Revenue management in Dutch culinary restaurants
Author(s): Bill RowsonStenden Hotel Management School, Academy of International Hospitality Research, The Netherlands, Wouter van PoppelHet Concertgebouw, The Netherlands, Sjoerd GehrelsStenden Hotel Management School, Academy of International Hospitality Research, The Netherlands
Pages: 127–134
Fun, animal welfare or community development? Understanding young tourists’ preferences for a wildlife tourism package
Author(s): Elena CavagnaroStenden Hotel Management School, Academy of International Hospitality Research, The Netherlands, Simona StaffieriItalian National Institute of Statistics, Italy, Tamara HuismanStenden Hotel Management School, Academy of International Hospitality Research, The Netherlands
Pages: 135–144
Indigenous identity – Global grasp: The Road Not Taken Tours
Author(s): Patrice PendellDepartment of Foreign Studies, Japan, Imanuella R. AndiloloDepartment of Management, Indonesia
Pages: 145–150
Hotel rate parity in the focus: Is there a need for change in the relationship between hotels in Berlin and their wholesale partners?
Author(s): Bastian RashekSchool of Hospitality Management, The Netherlands, Radu MihailescuSchool of Hospitality Management, The Netherlands
Pages: 151–162
Comparing hotels’ employer brand effectiveness through social media and websites
Author(s): Sjoerd GehrelsStenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands, Natascha WienenStenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands, Julio MendesFaculty of Economics, Portugal
Pages: 163–170
Achieving preferred customer status in the Dutch plastics recycling industry
Author(s): Klaes EringaStenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands, Rink GroenveldSchool of Commerce, The Netherlands
Pages: 177–188
Employees’ perspectives of service quality in hotels
Author(s): Mukhles M. Al-AbabnehDepartment of Hotel and Tourism Management, Jordan
Pages: 189–194
Problem-based learning in the first or second language: Does it make a difference?
Author(s): Dirk HumaldaStenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands, Wichard ZwaalStenden Hotel Management School, Academy of International Hospitality Research, The Netherlands
Pages: 207–212
Luxury consumption in tourism: The case of Dubai
Author(s): Sanjay NadkarniEmirates Academy of Hospitality Management, United Arab Emirates, Andy HeyesStenden Hotel Management School, The Netherlands
Pages: 213–218
An essay on Karma Karana: A notion on restructuring the Bali hospitality and service industry by re-establishing the concepts of Tri Hita Karana and Karmaphala
Author(s): I Made Mahendra BudhiastraInternational Hospitality Management, University of Derby, Derby, United Kingdom, and International Hospitality and Service Management, The Netherlands
Pages: 219–224

Viewpoint

Real-world lessons from the hospitality expert
Author(s): Robert BosmaMind Your Guest, and Mind Your Brand, The Netherlands
Pages: 171–176

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