DOAJ Listing for Research in Hospitality Management

Posted 31 October 2023 by NISC under Announcements & Notices • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
DOAJ Listing for Research in Hospitality Management

NISC is proud to announce that Research in Hospitality Management (RHM) has been approved and is now listed on the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). 

Established in 2003, the DOAJ has evolved into a comprehensive online directory that meticulously indexes and provides access to high-quality, peer-reviewed open access journals across various disciplines. Its mission is rooted in fostering a global knowledge-sharing ecosystem, where researchers, students, and enthusiasts can freely explore and engage with a vast array of academic content. One of the key strengths of the DOAJ lies in its rigorous selection criteria and continuous efforts to ensure the quality of the indexed journals.

The directory's user-friendly interface and robust search capabilities further enhance its utility, making it an indispensable tool for academics seeking open-access publications and contributing to the global dissemination of knowledge.

Research in Hospitality Management (RHM) is a peer-reviewed Open Access journal publishing research articles that make an original contribution to the understanding of hospitality and to the theory and practice of international hospitality management. Short communications, working papers, book reviews and discussion papers are also considered. The journal is supported by the Hotel Management School of NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands.

NISC congratulates those associated with the journal. Read more about this journal, instructions for authors and submission information here

 

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