JHTM receives A ranking from the ABDC

It is now officially confirmed and published that the Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Management (JHTM), CAUTHE’s official journal, is an A journal (upgraded from B) on the ABDC journal rankings in Australia (see https://abdc.edu.au/research/abdc-journal-list/2019-review/)

2019 had been an amazing year of achievements for JHTM, such as: an SSCI impact factor of 2.496, increased number of submissions from all over the globe, special issues published and others planned, the organisation of the 2nd Research Paper Hackathon at the 5th World Research Summit in Hospitality & Tourism (@University of Central Florida). The Hackathon represents an innovative way introduced by the JHTM with the aim to mentor, guide and support tourism/hospitality researchers in conducting and publishing research through peer-to-peer learning, networking and fun!

Since its beginning many years ago, the JHTM has grown from an “Australian” journal to an international top ranked journal making a great impact and contribution to tourism and hospitality research. In this vein, I would like to thank everyone supporting the journal in its own way, e.g. by submitting, reviewing, reading and citing papers, promoting the journal. But I would specifically like to thank the associate editors of the JHTM (Leonie Lockstone-Binney and Emily Ma) as well as all the esteemed members of the JHTM editorial board, who are dedicated to manage and review papers in a consistent quality and constructive way, despite the increased number of submissions that we are receiving.

Please find below the TOC of the latest issue of JHTM, which also includes a special section on papers related to Tourism Innovation.

Thank you all again !

Many season’s greetings and warm wishes for a wonderful new year with health, love and happiness to you and all your loved ones.

With kind regards

Marianna Sigala | Editor-in-Chief JHTM


TOC JHTM – Vol 41 December 2019 issue

Special Section on Tourism Innovation; Guest Edited by Vanessa Ratten and Vitor Braga

Tourism innovation Vanessa Ratten, Vitor BragaPages 171-174

Market orientation and hotel performance: The mediating effect of creative marketing programs Dariusz Dabrowski, Magdalena Brzozowska-Woś, Edyta Gołąb-Andrzejak, Agnieszka FirgolskaPages 175-183

Innovation research in tourism: Research streams and actions for the future Birgit Pikkemaat, Mike Peters, Bernhard Fabian Bichler | Pages 184-196

Trade show innovations – Organizers implementation of the new service development process Thomas Bauer, Krzysztof Borodako | Pages 197-207

A quasi-experiment to map innovation perception and pinpoint innovation opportunities along the tourism experience journey Vanda Veréb, António AzevedoPages 208-218

Innovation and internationalization as development strategies for coastal tourism destinations: The role of organizational networks Filipa Brandão, Zélia Breda, Carlos Costa | Pages 219-230

Regular Articles

Perceived justice, community support, community identity and residents’ quality of life: Testing an integrative model Lujun Su, Songshan (Sam) Huang, Mehran Nejati | Pages 1-11

Last-minute hotel-booking and frequency of dynamic price adjustments of hotel rooms in a cosmopolitan tourism city Ibrahim Mohammed, Basak Denizci Guillet, Rob LawPages 12-18

Upscale hotel employees’ surface acting: The roles of perceived individualized consideration and emotional intelligence Eunjin Kwon, Haeyoon Jang, Choong-Ki Lee | Pages 19-27

How attitude ambivalence from conflicting online hotel reviews affects consumers’ behavioural responses: The moderating role of dialecticismNaeem Akhtar, Jin Sun, Muhammad Nadeem Akhtar, Jing Chen | Pages 28-40

Perceived impacts of the poverty alleviation tourism policy on the poor in China Dazhi Qin, Hong Xu, Yeasun Chung | Pages 41-50

Understanding the role of emotional intelligence and work status in service sabotage: Developing and testing a three-way interaction model Chen-Wei (Willie) Tao, Jichul Jang, Junehee Kwon | Pages 51-59

Travel during holidays in China: Crowding’s impacts on tourists’ positive and negative affect and satisfactions Aijing Liu, Emily Ma | Pages 60-68

Tourist hub consumption systems: Convenient flexibility versus administrative constraint Isabel Paulino, Lluís Prats, Peter Schofield | Pages 69-79

Exploring the drivers behind experience accumulation – The role of secondary experiences consumed through the eyes of social media influencers Sabrina Seeler, Michael Lück, Heike A. Schänzel | Pages 80-89

The effects of outdoor experiential training on part-time student employees’ organizational citizenship behavior Sun-Hwa Kim, Michelle Childs, James Williams | Pages 90-100

The influence of international tourists’ self-image congruity with a shopping place on their shopping experiences Heesup Han, Hyoungeun Moon, Wansoo Kim | Pages 101-109

Proactive personality and job crafting in the tourism industry: Does job resourcefulness matter? Hsiu-Yu Teng, Chien-Yu Chen | Pages 110-116

Global hospitality growth and institutional quality Qing Huang, Xiao-Yi Li, Xue-Jia Jia, Hui Li | Pages 117-128

The employee-focused outcomes of CSR participation: The mediating role of psychological needs satisfaction Bing Hu, Jing Liu, Hailin Qu | Pages 129-137

Human dimension of the hospitality industry: Working conditions and psychological well-being among European servers Antonio Ariza-Montes, Felipe Hernández-Perlines, Heesup Han, Rob Law | Pages 138-147

Internationalization and accounting-based risk in the restaurant industry SoYeon Jung, Toni Repetti, Hyun Kyung (Grace) Chatfield, Michael Dalbor, Robert Chatfield | Pages 148-155

Effects of employees’ personality and attachment on job flow experience relevant to organizational commitment and consumer-oriented behavior Myung Ja Kim, Mark Bonn, Choong-Ki Lee, Jinok Susanna Kim | Pages 156-170