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    Faruk Alaeddinoğ | lu
    free Journals Online: 1(1)2020 – (Go to Journal)
    Publisher: Faruk Alaeddinoğ , lu
    Description: Text auf Türkisch, Abstracts auf Englisch
    Electronic ISSN: 2757-699X
    Topics: Economics
    Keywords: Tourismuswirtschaft
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    Abingdon: Taylor & Francis
    Publication Date: 2021-11-09
    Description: The purpose of this study is to examine a situation of food tourism research in Southeast Asia. By analysing literature and bibliometric, this paper investigates the feature of food tourism research and essential contributions. The research findings deliver an investigation of food tourism research in Southeast Asia based on systematic review studies and social network analysis. The paper found that there is one central cluster of food tourism articles, based on the South East Asian region focus. Articles are grouped into four viewpoints, including macro level, micro level, customer, and author viewpoints. However, only macro-level perspective articles have a direct linkage with food tourism themes. Thus, there is room for future research in this field.
    Keywords: ddc:650 ; bibliometric analysis ; Southeast Asia ; culinary tourism ; food tourism ; gastronomic tourism ; wine tourism ; review
    Language: English
    Type: doc-type:article
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    Barcelona: OmniaScience
    Publication Date: 2018-12-07
    Description: Commonly shared conceptualizations of resources are scant in academic management research which strikes as somewhat peculiar since resources and their allocation thereof have long been recognised to be at the heart of the competitive advantage and performance of a firm. The research literature considering resources as basis for competitive advantages has further faced contemporary criticism for the vagueness of the fundamental definition of the resource concept. Therefore, this paper empirically studies the representation of resource concept in academic management research literature. The paper reports results on the state of conceptualisations of organisations' resources found in two distinct sources of research literature, namely ScienceDirect's database and ISI's top management journals, resulting in two data sets of a total of 457 articles. The findings illustrate the two-dimensional conceptual farrago in the conceptualisations; on the definitions of the resource concept itself and on the internal structure and the level of analysis when the concept is considered. In addition, the paper sheds light on the temporal evolution of the discourse explicitly considering resources. Finally, the paper considers several remedies for these deficiencies in order both to aid future theory development in management studies and to help increase the practical impact of the research in assisting managerial decision-making.
    Keywords: ddc:650 ; resources ; discourse ; strategic management ; category ; competitive advantage
    Language: English
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    Bucharest: The Bucharest University of Economic Studies
    Publication Date: 2017-09-30
    Description: The paper advocates the role of universities in the knowledge-based economy as suppliers of entrepreneurship education in order to stimulate the emergence of entrepreneurs among their graduates. The paper presents the University of Seville (US) in Spain and the Academy of Economic Studies (AES) in Bucharest, Romania as two case studies. The first part of the paper describes and compares the offer of entrepreneurship education in both universities. This analysis reveals the increasing interest in introducing and promoting entrepreneurship education since the implementation of the Bologna educational process started. The second part of the paper investigates the entrepreneurial intentions among graduates at both academic institutions. This empirical research is based on two surveys carried out among 93 graduates of the US and 98 graduates of the AES in 2010. Following the hypotheses of Ajzen’s Theory of Planned Behaviour, Personal Attitudes towards starting-up and Perceived Behavioural Control -self-efficacy perception- are studied as primary antecedents of the entrepreneurial intention. The analysis reveals the existence of higher entrepreneurial intentions for the AES. This seems to be due to more positive personal attitudes towards entrepreneurship for the graduates at the AES, whereas no significant differences in self-efficacy can be appreciated.
    Keywords: ddc:330 ; L26 ; I23 ; entrepreneurial intention ; entrepreneurship education ; university ; entrepreneurship supply ; entrepreneurial culture ; knowledge-based economy
    Language: English
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    London: IJOPEC Publication
    Publication Date: 2018-09-21
    Keywords: ddc:330
    Language: English
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    London: IJOPEC Publication
    Publication Date: 2018-09-21
    Keywords: ddc:330
    Language: English
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    Louvain-la-Neuve: European Regional Science Association (ERSA)
    Publication Date: 2017-08-04
    Description: In recent years peripheral regions, such as Guimarães, in the Northwest of Portugal, has been experiencing the expansion of its tourism industry. This occurred, may be, as part of the wish felt by a large number of tourists of reaching "unspoilt" landscapes and more "authentical" experiences (Nepal, 2008). After the nomination by U.N.E.S.C.O., in 2001, of its historical centre as world heritage, the city of Guimarães is now in the process of hosting the 2012 European Capital of Culture. These recent facts helped to reinforce its external visibility and cultural significance and put it in the trail to become a more consolidated cultural tourism destination. This paper aims presenting a few results of a survey that envisaged capturing the Guimarães residents' perceptions of tourism effects and attitudes regarding the tourists. The survey was implemented between January and March 2010 to a convenience sample of 540 inhabitants of the municipality of Guimarães. The results show that the Guimarães` residents keep a strong positive perception of the tourism benefits. The more or less favourable perception of tourism impacts the survey respondents kept are strongly correlated with some demographic features, such as age, gender and level of education. As expected, we got a more positive perception among the younger cohorts of age and the ones endowed with a higher level of education.
    Keywords: ddc:330
    Language: English
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    Bad Honnef: IUBH Internationale Hochschule
    Publication Date: 2020-11-04
    Description: Camping is a part of the outdoor hospitality industry. It is a popular activity and an emerging tourism sector in Europe. Camping has changed from being a cheap form of travel to a real outdoor experience. Travelling with a tent is popular, but recreation vehicles and caravans have become an increasingly important area of focus. The demand for more luxurious and larger caravans is growing. Camping grounds must now deal with the new demands of their customers, who wish to have more comfortable and luxurious options. It is no longer enough to just provide washing and cooking facilities. The demand for wellness and sports facilities, once found primarily in the hotel industry, is now increasing at camping sites. This trend is called "glamping" - a portmanteau of the words "glamorous" and "camping". As the name suggests, comfort and luxury are the essential characteristics of glamping. Glamping combines an outdoor experience with the comfort of a hotel and is a new segment in the camping tourism industry. The coronavirus crisis in particular has shown that camping and glamping are alter-native types of domestic tourism which could provide a chance to generate new customer segments.
    Keywords: ddc:330 ; Z31 ; Camping ; Glamping ; Domestic Tourism ; Camping Ground ; Camping Tourism ; Nature-Based Tourism ; Outdoor Hospitality Industry
    Language: English
    Type: doc-type:workingPaper
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    Amsterdam: Elsevier
    Publication Date: 2018-12-20
    Description: This study investigates tourist consumption responses toward tourism innovation. To measure tourist responses, this study posits three key consumption drivers, namely social esteem, desire for experiential travel, and avoidance against rituality of tourism settings (a subscale of need for uniqueness) and models consumers' affective response within the context of tourism innovation. It involves 295 respondents in an empirical survey. The findings affirm the three drivers toward tourist consumption behavior. Avoidance of rituality reflects tourist preference toward tourism product and service innovation. Desire for experiential travel and the pursuit of social esteem signify tourism management and marketing innovation. Social esteem, need for status and creative choice have significant influence on tourists' affective responses. Acquiring unique tourist products, desire for experiential travel and seeking social esteem are important motivations for tourist consumption. The implications of the study enrich the existing literature of consumer behavior and tourist consumption in response to tourism innovation.
    Keywords: ddc:650 ; C3 ; M3 ; Tourism ; Consumption ; Possessions ; Social esteem ; Uniqueness
    Language: English
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    Heidelberg: Springer
    Publication Date: 2021-11-18
    Description: Organizational identification has been identified as an important construct in behavioral research. It has been viewed from different perspectives such as marketing, organizational behavior, human resource management, and psychology. This study is conducted in organizational behavior context among the employees of tourism industry in Sikkim and gave some important contribution which can be useful to researchers and practitioners. With the application of social identity theory, the study investigated the antecedent and consequences of organizational identification. To test the research model, self-reports of 246 respondents are used and for analyzing data explorative factor analysis, confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling were applied. Findings of the study suggested that perceived organizational support emerged as an antecedent of organizational identification, whereas job satisfaction and knowledge sharing behavior emerged as consequences of organizational identification.
    Keywords: ddc:650
    Language: English
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