Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management Awards

The Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management (JHTM) makes awards each year to the authors of a best paper and two highly commended papers, and the best reviewers of the year. The awards are presented during the gala of the annual CAUTHE conference.

**Free access will be granted to the award winning papers for three months.

Best paper award

The award is based on usage statistics and Scopus citation counts of the published papers and an assessment of the papers’ contribution to the research field.

2022 Effects of rural revitalization on rural tourism. Jun Yang, Ruxin Yang, Ming-Hsiang Chen, Ching-Hui (Joan) Su, Yin Zhi and Jianchao Xi.

2021 Sleeping in a stranger’s home: A trust formation model for Airbnb. Zhenxing (Eddie) Mao, Margie F. Jones, Mimi Li, Wei Wei, Jiaying Lyum,

2020 Friend or Foe? The complex relationship between indigenous people and policymakers regarding rural tourism in Indonesia’. Ringkar Situmorang, Teddy Trilaksono and Arnold Japutra

2019 Developing a measurement scale for cultural values and norms of Chinese mass travelers. Lianping Ren and Hanqin Qiu

2018 Power in tourism stakeholder collaborations: Power types and power holders. Hiroaki Saito and Lisa Ruhanen

2017 Motivating frontline employees: Role of job characteristics in work and life satisfaction. Xinyuan Zhao, Richard Ghiselli, Rob Law and Jing Ma

Highly commended paper award

2022

  • Understanding the influence of the perceived risk of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on the post-traumatic stress disorder and revisit intention of hotel guests by Yu, J., Lee, K., and Hyun, S. S.
  • Clean safety message framing as survival strategies for small independent restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic by Kwangji Kim, Mark A. Bonn, Meehee Cho and Kyung Hee.

2021

2020

  • Advertising guilt-laden vacations: The cross-cultural efficacy of a guilt decreasing appeal. Girish Prayag, Isabella Soscia and Ozlem Hesapci
  • Pilgrimage: What drives pilgrim experiential supportive intentions? Hung-Che Wu, Ya-Yuan Chang and Tsung-Pao Wu

2019

2018

2017

Best reviewer award

The top reviewer award was based on both the number and speed of the reviews, as well as the quality of the reviews provided by these individuals

2022

  • Anna Farmaki (Cyprus University of Technology)
  • Jun Wen (Edith Cowan University, Australia)
  • Raymond Rastegar (The University of Queensland, Australia)

2021

  • Dr Kyle Woosnam
  • Professor Girish Prayag
  • Dr Yao-Chin Wang
  • Dr Rawan Nimri

2020

  • Aaron Hsiao (Griffith University, Australia)

2019

  • Mingming Cheng (University of Otago, New Zealand)
  • Sebastian Filep (University of Otago, New Zealand)

2018

  • Joan Henderson (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
  • Noel Scott (Griffith University, Australia)

2017

  • Sebastian Filep (University of Otago, New Zealand)
  • Nuno Gustavo (ESHTE, Escola Superior de Hotelaria e Turismo do Estoril, Portugal)
  • Metin Kozak (Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi, Turkey)
  • Surej John(Waikato University, New Zealand)

Editor-in-Chief

Professor Marianna Sigala
University of South Australia