Tourism as a Tool for Peace and Revitalization in Afghanistan

Much has been said on the tragedy and complications of war, more than can be expounded upon here. But considering the complexity of international conflict, it is not hard to understand that the transition from war to peace is far from a simple, fast process. War leaves a lasting impact on the countries and people involved, not only in terms … Continue reading Tourism as a Tool for Peace and Revitalization in Afghanistan

Diversify and Conquer: An Argument for Reinvigorating Marketing Science with Behavioral Science and Humanities

[We're pleased to welcome Gerald Zaltman of Harvard Business School and Olson Zaltman Associates. Dr. Zaltman recently published an article in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly with co-authors Jerry Olson and James Forr of Olson Zaltman Associates, entitled "Toward a New Marketing Science for Hospitality Managers."] In “Toward a New Marketing Science for Hospitality Managers,” published in … Continue reading Diversify and Conquer: An Argument for Reinvigorating Marketing Science with Behavioral Science and Humanities

Don’t Miss the 2015 ICHRIE Summer Conference!

Today is the final day of the 2015 Annual International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (ICHRIE) Summer Conference in Orlando, Florida! The Annual Conference promises to be filled with new and innovative educational research, exciting displays at the ICHRIE Marketplace and numerous opportunities to take advantage of networking with members and guests. International … Continue reading Don’t Miss the 2015 ICHRIE Summer Conference!

What Really Drives the Research Design?

Kwok, Linchi (In press). "Exploratory-triangulation design in mixed methods studies:  A case of examining graduating seniors who meet hospitality recruiters’ selection criteria." Tourism and Hospitality Research. Qualitative vs. quantitative: which method is better? If they are equally valuable in social science, will the mixed methods approach (employing both qualitative and quantitative techniques) prove to be … Continue reading What Really Drives the Research Design?

Complete Holiday Experience: Call for Papers

A special issue of the Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research has announced a new Call for Papers under the theme “Complete Holiday Experience – Perspectives from Asia.” Christopher Seow College of Tourism, Hainan University, China Jochen Wirtz NUS Business School, National University of Singapore Anders Gustafsson Karlstad University, Service Research Centre, Sweden Anna S. … Continue reading Complete Holiday Experience: Call for Papers

Casinos Get Strategic: Revenue Management for Table Games

Michael Chen of the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation, Henry Tsai of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Shiang-Lih Chen McCain of Widener University published “A Revenue Management Model for Casino Table Games” on February 28, 2012 in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly. To view other OnlineFirst articles, please click here. Dr. Tsai kindly provided the following … Continue reading Casinos Get Strategic: Revenue Management for Table Games

2011 Annual ICHRIE Summer Conference

"All members are invited to join ICHRIE (International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education) for the 2011 Annual Summer Conference & Marketplace in Denver, Colorado from 27-30 July 2011 at the Grand Hyatt Denver. The 2011 conference will be filled with informative presentations, the latest in educational research, exciting displays at the ICHRIE Marketplace and lots … Continue reading 2011 Annual ICHRIE Summer Conference