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Research in Hospitality Management

ISSN: 2224-3534 (Print)
            2415-5152 (Online)
Publication frequency: 3 issues per year - Open Access since 2016

Indexed on the DOAJ

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 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 will also be considered.

The journal focuses on three main areas:

1. “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 the quintessential managerial disciplines of Finance, Human Resources, Operations, Marketing & Sales, and Technology;

2 “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;

3. “Student Research Projects” considers excellent student work relating to Bachelor’s or Master’s research projects and theses. 

 

 

 

Editors

Editor-in-Chief

Dr Rodney Westerlaken, Academy of International Hospitality Research, Hotel Management School, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands. Email: rodney.westerlaken@nhlstenden.com

Editorial Advisor

Prof. Ian Yeoman, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Editorial Advisory Board

Prof. Julie Allan, University of Birmingham, UK
Dr Alisha Ali, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Dr Michel Altan, Breda University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Dr Jan Bamford, London Metropolitan University, UK
Dr Chris Baumann, Macquarie University, Australia
Dr Marco Bevolo, Breda University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands & Marco Bevolo Consulting
Dr Derek Cameron, University of Huddersfield, UK
Dr Marte Rinck de Boer, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Prof. Daphne Dekker, Hotelschool The Hague, The Netherlands
Prof. Hylke van Dijk, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, 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
Dr Ankie Hoefnagels, Hotel Management School Maastricht, Zuyd Hogeschool, Maastricht, The Netherlands
Prof. Cathy Hsu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Prof. Stanislav Ivanov, Varna University of Management, Bulgaria
Prof. Jay Kandampully, Ohio State University, USA
Dr Peter Klosse, The Academy of Scientific Taste Evaluation, The Netherlands
Thomas Landen, Revinate, The Netherlands
Prof. Willy Legrand, IUBH International University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Prof. Luewton Lemos, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Joachim de Looij, INK Hotel Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Prof. Xander Lub, Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Prof. Peter Lugosi, Oxford Brookes University, UK
Prof. Paul Lynch, Independent Researcher, UK
Dr Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire, Technological University Dublin, Ireland
Prof. David S Martin, Auburn University, USA
Prof. Frans Melissen, Breda University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Prof. Julio Mendes, University of Algarve, Portugal
Dr Eleni Michopoulou, University of Derby, UK
Yvonne Nassar, RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Dr Kevin O’Gorman, Independent Researcher, UK
Prof. Barry O’Mahony, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Prof. Martin O’Neill, Auburn University, USA
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 Northampton, UK
Prof. Dan Remenyi, ACPI Academic Conferences and Publishing International, UK
Prof. George Ritzer, University of Maryland, USA
Hans van der Reijden, The Hotel at Auburn University, USA
Prof. Olivier Saissi, Université du Sud Toulon Var, France
Dr Zoran Simonovic, Institute of Agricultural Economics, Serbia
Dr Ana Paula Garcia Spolon, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil
Maarten Wessels, Entrée Magazine, The Netherlands
Prof. Karoline Wiegerink, Hotelschool The Hague, The Netherlands

Information Science Consultant: Kathy Ord – Stenden South Africa

Publishing Manager: Dr Kelly-Anne Frith, NISC (Pty) Ltd, South Africa publishing@nisc.co.za

Published in association with Stenden University:

http://www.stenden.com/en

Latest Issue

Volume 13, Issue 3, 2024

Editorial

Editorial
Author(s): Erwin Losekoot , Rodney Westerlaken NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Pages: iii–iii

Research Article

What is not known is not aimed for — Understanding staff knowledge and readiness to embrace sustainable and healthy food
Author(s): Elena Cavagnaro NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands , Michel Altan Breda University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands , Ernst Jonker NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands , Machiel Reinders Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands
Pages: 135–142
Retention of graduate trainee programmes: a case study of Hilton’s Elevator fast-track to general manager graduate programme
Author(s): Florentina Enachi NHLStenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands , Javed Suleri NHLStenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands , Edwin Tarus NHLStenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Pages: 143–151

Brief Report

Philoxenia — the DNA of hospitality: hype or cure?
Author(s): Peter A. Singleton NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Pages: 171–174

Contents

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Instructions for Authors

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. Substantive Topic Reviews, Short Communications, Viewpoints, Book Reviews and Discussion Papers will also be considered.
This journal only publishes manuscripts in English.

Enquiries and manuscript submissions - info@stendenaihr.com

Editorial policy

Contributions must conform to the principles outlined in Ethical considerations in research publication (available for download) dealing with authorship, conflicts of interest, originality and protocols for research that involves human and animal subjects. Submission of a manuscript implies that the material has not previously been published, nor is it being submitted elsewhere for publication. Contributions are accepted with the understanding that the authors have the authority for publication. 

Article publishing charge

The article publishing charge (APC) of EURO 450 is sponsored by the Academy of International Hospitality Research, Hotel Management School, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences.

Submissions
 
Submissions will undergo double anonymised peer review. The decision of the Editor-in-Chief is final.
Manuscripts should be emailed to: info@stendenaihr.com
 
Manuscript presentation
 
Before submitting a manuscript, read the instructions for authors and consult a recent issue of the journal.
 
Submissions must include three separate documents:
 
1. A covering letter motivating how your submission fits within the scope of the journal;
2. The full article including a title page with:
Title - maximum 20 words
Abstract - maximum 250 words
Keywords - 6 to 8 terms not used in article title
Author details - full names; ORCID iD; institutional affiliation at time of research (and current if since changed); email address
A corresponding author and their email address must be indicated
Acknowledgements, funding, ethics approval, conflict of interest statements must be provided where necessary
3. The full article anonymised for peer review with all author details removed. Use the ‘inspect document’ function to ensure author/identifying details have been removed from the file.
 
Submitting manuscripts
 
General enquiries and manuscript submissions can be emailed to:  info@stendenaihr.com
Submissions must include three separate documents:
 
1. A covering letter motivating how your submission fits within the scope of the journal;
 
2. The full article including a title page with:
Title - maximum 20 words
Abstract - maximum 250 words
Keywords - 6 to 8 terms not used in article title
Author details - full names; ORCID iD; institutional affiliation at time of research (and current if since changed); email address
A corresponding author and their email address must be indicated
Acknowledgements, funding, ethics approval, conflict of interest statements must be provided where necessary;
 
3. The full article anonymised for peer review with all author details removed. Use the 'inspect document' function to ensure author/identifying details have been removed from the file.
 
Editorial style

Write in plain English, UK spelling and use the Oxford English Dictionary. Make use of language editing services if necessary to ensure that your work is of an appropriate standard.
Headings should be in sentence case and not numbered. Use no more than three subheading levels: (1) bold; (2) bold italic; and (3) italic.
Use double quotation marks for direct quotes. Direct verbatim speech from interviews should also be italicised.
Endnotes, not footnotes, may be used.
Consult the guidelines for the presentation of mathematical and statistical data*. Use a leading zero and the period (.) as the decimal indicator.
Tables must be numbered consecutively with roman numerals and must include an explanatory title at the head. Each table must be mentioned in consecutive order in the text. Do not repeat information in text and tables.
 
Figures/illustrations

Your illustrations must meet the editorial style and technical requirements of the journal. Redrawing figures may be charged.
Figures must be numbered consecutively with roman numerals and must include an explanatory caption below. Each figure must be mentioned in consecutive order in the text.
Figures should be planned to fit one column (84 mm wide) or two columns (176 mm wide).
All figures must be submitted in electronic format as editable files (e.g., MS Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Adobe Illustrator) OR exported to an editable format (e.g., EPS, PDF). If uneditable artwork is provided, it must be of suitable quality and in the journal style. Bitmap images (such as digital photographs) must be at least 300 dpi–600 dpi depending on the content.
Permission to reproduced illustrations protected by copyright must be supplied. Figures reproduced or adapted from other publications must have permission to do so and/or be attributed.
Illustrations can be reproduced in colour if essential and subject to negotiation with the Editor-in-Chief. Non-essential colour will be charged at €250 per page.

References style

All sources must be fully attributed with the AUTHOR–DATE method in the APA (7th edition) style at https://files.taylorandfrancis.com/tf_apa.pdf . Sources must all be cited in the text and arranged alphabetically in the corresponding list of references.

Proofs and reprints

A pre-publication proof will be emailed to the corresponding author. Only essential corrections are permitted. Prompt return of proofs will minimise the risk of publication being delayed. 
On publication, authors will receive an alert from T&FOnline where the version of record can be downloaded and shared.
 

*Correction statement:

"All rights reserved" has been withdrawn from all previously published articles, and does not apply to future articles, published with Open Access under the Creative Commons license CC-BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which allows reusers to share and adapt the material with appropriate attribution.

 

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