Tourism Management Perspectives

(The TQCC of Tourism Management Perspectives is 33. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
New technologies in tourism: From multi-disciplinary to anti-disciplinary advances and trajectories128
From digitization to the age of acceleration: On information technology and tourism120
Customer incivility and employees' outcomes in the hotel: Testing the mediating role of emotional exhaustion96
Developing a model for sustainable smart tourism destinations: A systematic review89
Sustainable rural tourism in Iran: A perspective from Hawraman Village88
The evolution of the web and netnography in tourism: A systematic review87
Halal food, certification and halal tourism: Insights from Malaysia and Singapore81
Does foreign direct investment accelerate tourism and economic growth within Europe?81
Tourist clusters from Flickr travel photography69
Corporate social responsibility in tourism small and medium enterprises evidence from Europe and Latin America68
The link among board characteristics, corporate social responsibility performance, and financial performance: Evidence from the hospitality and tourism industry66
Terrorist incidents and tourism demand: Evidence from Greece62
Corporate social responsibility and hotel performance: A view from Tehran, Iran61
Augmented reality in the tourism industry: A multi-stakeholder analysis of museums59
Tourism growth and entrepreneurship: Empirical analysis of development of rural highlands58
Institutional quality, political risk and tourism58
Shaping tourists' destination quality perception and loyalty through destination country image: The importance of involvement and perceived value57
Corporate social responsibility and work engagement: Evidence from the hotel industry55
The ‘customer journey’: Learning from customers in tourism experience encounters55
Agriculture first: Assessing European policies and scientific typologies to define authentic agritourism and differentiate it from countryside tourism52
The association of psychological capital, career adaptability and career competency among hotel frontline employees52
Psychological capital, coping mechanisms and organizational resilience: Insights from the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake, New Zealand51
Exploring entrepreneurship in the sharing accommodation sector: Empirical evidence from a developing country51
Extraordinary or ordinary? Food tourism motivations of Japanese domestic noodle tourists51
Different cultures, different photos: A comparison of Shanghai's pictorial destination image between East and West50
The social-ecological status of small islands: An evaluation of island tourism destination management in Indonesia48
Examining nostalgia in sport tourism: The case of US college football fans47
Online coopetition between hotels and online travel agencies: From the perspective of cash back after stay47
Sources of distrust: Airbnb guests' perspectives46
Understanding perceived environment quality in affecting tourists’ environmentally responsible behaviours: A broken windows theory perspective46
Is Islamic tourism a viable option for Tunisian tourism? Insights from Djerba43
Exploring tourists' perceptions of tourism impacts42
Chinese children's family tourism experiences42
Creativity and innovation in the restaurant sector: Supply-side processes and barriers to implementation38
Evaluation of hotel websites using the multicriteria analysis of PROMETHEE and GAIA: Evidence from the five-star hotels of Mashhad38
Incorporating on-site activity involvement and sense of belonging into the Mehrabian-Russell model – The experiential value of cultural tourism destinations37
The UAE's tourism competitiveness: A business perspective37
Restaurant food waste and the determinants of its effective management in Bulgaria: An exploratory case study of restaurants in Plovdiv36
The impact of distance on international tourism demand36
A scientometric review of pro-poor tourism research: Visualization and analysis36
Tourism seasonality worldwide36
The impacts of financial and non-financial crises on tourism: Evidence from Macao and Hong Kong35
Conceptualising networks in sustainable tourism development35
Inspiring prosociality in hotel workplaces: Roles of authentic leadership, collective mindfulness, and collective thriving34
Price-setting behavior in a tourism sharing economy accommodation market: A hedonic price analysis of AirBnB hosts in the caribbean33
Halal tourism de facto: A case from Fez33
Network text analysis of medical tourism in newspapers using text mining: The South Korea case33
Customer value in tourism and hospitality: Broadening dimensions and stretching the value-satisfaction-loyalty chain33
Rurality and rural tourism development in China33