Annals of Tourism Research

(The H4-Index of Annals of Tourism Research is 51. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
A review of research on tourism risk, crisis and disaster management: Launching the annals of tourism research curated collection on tourism risk, crisis and disaster management382
Social costs of tourism during the COVID-19 pandemic321
Coronavirus pandemic and tourism: Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium modeling of infectious disease outbreak308
A review of research into automation in tourism: Launching the Annals of Tourism Research Curated Collection on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Tourism254
The good, the bad and the ugly on COVID-19 tourism recovery220
Understanding the COVID-19 tourist psyche: The Evolutionary Tourism Paradigm219
A review of experiments in tourism and hospitality198
Forecasting tourism recovery amid COVID-19192
COVID19 and Airbnb – Disrupting the Disruptor166
Travellers' self-protections against health risks: An application of the full Protection Motivation Theory140
An open market valuation of the effects of COVID-19 on the travel and tourism industry134
Coronavirus impacts on post-pandemic planned travel behaviours130
Value co-creation and customer citizenship behavior125
Multifaceted trust in tourism service robots119
How to define and measure risk perceptions108
How pandemics affect tourism: International evidence107
Does a cute artificial intelligence assistant soften the blow? The impact of cuteness on customer tolerance of assistant service failure103
Do travelers trust intelligent service robots?101
Designing tourism experiences for inner transformation97
Designing creative places: The role of creative tourism97
COVID-19 impacts of inbound tourism on Australian economy95
Bayesian BILSTM approach for tourism demand forecasting94
National tourism strategies during the Covid-19 pandemic91
Threat of infectious disease during an outbreak: Influence on tourists' emotional responses to disadvantaged price inequality89
Forecasting tourism demand with multisource big data86
Proximal and distal post-COVID travel behavior84
A review of early COVID-19 research in tourism: Launching the Annals of Tourism Research's Curated Collection on coronavirus and tourism82
Conceptualising overtourism: A sustainability approach80
The influence of terrorism in tourism arrivals: A longitudinal approach in a Mediterranean country77
Mental health rescue effects of women's outdoor tourism: A role in COVID-19 recovery75
Daily tourism volume forecasting for tourist attractions73
The seven lives of Airbnb. The role of accommodation types73
A tourist typology of online and face-to-face social contact: Destination immersion and tourism encapsulation/decapsulation68
COVID-19 and a justice framework to guide tourism recovery66
Tourist transformation: Towards a conceptual model66
Hotels' COVID-19 innovation and performance65
Benefits of authenticity: Post-failure loyalty in the sharing economy65
Spatial structures of tourism destinations: A trajectory data mining approach leveraging mobile big data64
Outlook of tourism recovery amid an epidemic: Importance of outbreak control by the government63
Impacts of COVID-19 on tourists' destination preferences: Evidence from China63
Tourism boycotts and animosity: A study of seven events62
The senses in tourism design: A bibliometric review61
Towards a post-conflict tourism recovery framework60
Designing for more environmentally friendly tourism58
Understanding the drivers of Airbnb discontinuance57
Building emotional attachment during COVID-1957
Memorable tourism experiences and their consequences: An interaction ritual (IR) theory approach55
How does brand loyalty interact with tourism destination? Exploring the effect of brand loyalty on place attachment52
A decomposition-ensemble approach for tourism forecasting51
Investigating tourists' risk information processing51
Visitor arrivals forecasts amid COVID-19: A perspective from the Asia and Pacific team51
Tourism carbon footprint inventories: A review of the environmentally extended input-output approach51
Visitor arrivals forecasts amid COVID-19: A perspective from the Europe team51