Journal Description

International Journal of Tourism & Hospitality Reviews [eISSN 2395-7654]  is an internationally refereed, peer-reviewed, open access, research journal.  IJTHR aims to publish original research, reviews, case studies in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry, related research domains. Journal also encourage cross country, cross disciplines work as well as new and experimental forms of research, replication studies, and failed and negative results as well. 

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Vol. 7 No. 1 (2020)

Published: Jan 15, 2020

DETERMINANTS OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE: AN EMPIRICAL EVALUATION OF OMAN’S TOURISM COMPANIES

01-10 Syeeda Shafiya Mohammadi, Tamanna Dalwai, Dure Najaf, Ashwaq Saif Al-Yaarubi
142

THE CONSUMER BEHAVIOR TOWARD ONLINE TRAVELLING AGENCY (OTA): EVIDENCE FROM INDONESIA

20-29 Hilarius Bambang Winarko, Asmaul Husna
131

DEVELOPING THE FUTURE COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM AT SOF-UMAR CAVE AND ITS ENVIRONS: UNCOVERING CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

30-39 Nafbek Solomon Kebede, Ayinalem Kebede Zelelew
91

THE INFLUENCE OF TRAVEL PREFERENCES ON DOMESTIC TOURISM PARTICIPATION BEHAVIOUR IN KENYA

AN ANALYSIS OF TOURISTS AND NON-TOURISTS

40-50 CATHERINE MUYAMA KIFWORO, Prof Okello, Dr Mapellu
141

BUILDING A HERITAGE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT BLUEPRINT FOR BANGLADESH: AN EXPLORATIVE INVESTIGATION

51-57 Ariful Islam, Sazali Abd Wahab
44

EDUCATIONAL TOURISM AS A TOOL TO INCREASE THE COMPETITIVENESS OF EDUCATION IN EGYPT: A CRITICAL STUDY

58-65 Farouk Abdelnabi Hassanein Attaalla
26

BLUE ECONOMY AND ITS LONG TERM COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE

66-81 Rob Kim Marjerison, Yuxi Zhao, Haoming Zhang
33

AN INVESTIGATION OF SYMBIOTIC RELATIONS BETWEEN TOURISM AND DEVELOPMENT

82-86 Kanchan Devi, Vandana Upadhyay
57

LOCAL PERSPECTIVE OF COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN LAKE TOBA AS A TOURISM DESTINATION

87-94 Kadek Wiweka, Budi Setiawan, Suci Sandi Wachyuni, Putu Pramania Adnyana
12
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