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Risk management for sustainable tourism

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European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation
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Consumer profile of Portuguese local food restaurants

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

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

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The effect of tourists’ perceptions of a tourism product on memorable travel experience: Implications for destination branding

. (2004).Tourists’ characteristics and the perceived image of tourist destinations: A quantitative analysis-a case study of Lanzarote, Spain. Tourism Management, 25, 623-636. [5] Blain, C., Levy, S. E., & Ritchie, J. R. (2005). Destination branding: Insights and practices from destination management organizations. Journal of Travel Research, 43(4), 328-338. [6] Bonn, M. A., Sacha M. J., & Dai, M. (2005).International versus domestic visitors: An examination of destination image perceptions. Journal of Travel Research, 43 (February), 294

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Destination brand equity in tourism context: evidence on Iran

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The structural relationships of destination image, awareness, uniqueness and destination loyalty in periurban ecotourism destination

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A case study on service recovery: Frontline employees’ perspectives and the role of empowerment

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Do neighbouring countries encourage the demand of international business tourism?

growth: International evidence. Economic Modelling, 27, 1079–1089 [5] Bernini, C. (2009). Convention industry and destination clusters: Evidence from Italy. Tourism Management, 30(6), 878–889 [6] Bradley, A., Hall, T., & Harrison, M. (2002). Selling cities: Promoting new images for meetings tourism. Cities, 19(1), 61–70 [7] Chen, C.-F. (2006). Applying the analytical hierarchy process (AHP) approach to convention site selection. Journal of Travel Research, 45(2), 167–174 [8] Cliff, A. D., & Ord, J. K. (1981). Spatial process: Models and

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