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European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation
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Indian tourism industry – a yardstick to GDP

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Tourism e-services and Jewish heritage: a case study of Prague

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Techniques employed to create event prestige value for corporate VIPs: the V.I.P. Framework

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Two social exchanges and service personnel’s internal service behavioural intention at international tourism hotels

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The impact of other customers and gender on consumer complaint behaviour in the Ecuadorian restaurant setting

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Tourists’ perceived value of wildlife tourism product at Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya

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