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Editorials


  1. Abraham Pizam, “Who are we?” Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, Vol. 9, No. 1, (1984) p. ii




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Graduate Programs: Are they Effective?” Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, Vo. 10, No. 1, (1985) pp. ii-iv.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Hospitality Management: The State of our Art.” Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, Vol. 11, No. 3, (1987) pp. ii-iv

3. Abraham Pizam, “Are we Ready for Independence? Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, Vol. 12, No. 3, (1988) pp. ii-v.


4. Abraham Pizam, “Farewell Rodney Dangerfield” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 22, No. 3, (2003) p. 241


  1. Abraham Pizam. “What should be our Field of Study?” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 22, No. 4, (2003) pp. 339.




  1. Abraham Pizam. “What Happened to the Quality of Services Revolution?” International Journal of Hospitality Management Vol. 23, No. 3, (2004) pp. 201-202.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Are hospitality employees equipped to hide their feelings?” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 23, No. 4, (2004) pp. 315-316.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “What Happens to Hospitality Enterprises when Minimum Wages are Continuously Raised?” International Journal of Hospitality Management Vol. 24, No, 3, (2005) pp. 309-310.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “When Mother Nature Speaks, we Must Listen andLlearn” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 24, No.3, (2005) pp. 473-474.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Farewell and Happy Retirement to a Pioneer and Pillar of our Community” International Journal of Hospitality Management. Vol. 25, No.1, (2006) pp. 1-2.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Condominium Aotels: A Scorching Hot Lodging Product” International Journal of Hospitality Management Vol. 25, No. 2, (2006) pp. 167-169.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Are we Talking and Listening to Each Other?” International Journal of Hospitality Management Vol. 25, No. 3, (2006) pp. 345-347.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “The New Gender Gap” International Journal of Hospitality Management Vol. 25, No. 4, (2006) pp. 533-535.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Educating the Next Generation of Hospitality Professionals” International Journal of Hospitality Management Vol. 26, No.1, (2007) pp. 1-3.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “The “ity” Factor” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 26, No. 3, (2007) pp. 499-501.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Does the Tourism/Hospitality Industry Posses the Characteristics of a Knowledge-based Industry?” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 26, No. 4 (2007) pp. 759-763.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Depression among Foodservice Employees” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 27, No. 2, (2008) pp. 135-136.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Space Tourism: New Market Opportunities for Hotels and Cruise Lines” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 27. No. 4 (2008) pp. 489-490.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Green Hotels: A fad, Ploy or Fact of Life?” International Journal of Hospitality Management Vol. 28, No. 1 (2009) p. 1.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “What is the Hospitality Industry and how does it Differ from the Tourism and Travel Industries?” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 28, No. 2, (2008) pp. 183-184.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “The Global Financial Crisis and its Impact on the Hospitality Industry” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 28, No. 3, (2009) p. 301.




  1. Abraham Pizam, ”Junket Trips” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 28, No. 4, (2009), p. 485




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Hotels as Tempting Targets for Terrorism.” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 29, No. 1, (2010) p. 1.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Creating Memorable Experiences.” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 29, No.3, (2010) p. 343.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Alcoholism among Hospitality Employees” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 29, No. 4, (2010) pp. 547-548.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Virtual Meetings: If you can’t Fight them, Join them” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 39, No. 1, (2011) p.1.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Menu Labeling: The New Trend” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 39, No. 2, (2011) p. 221




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Opaque Selling in the Hotel Industry: Is it Good for Everyone? International Journal of Hospitality Management. Vol. 30, No. 3 (2011), p. 485.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “The Return of the Fifth Marketing Mix P.” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 30, No. 4 (2011), pp. 763-764.




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Service Orientation” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vo. 31, No. 1 (2012), pp. 1-2




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Smoking rates among Hospitality Employees” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 31, No. 2 (2012) pp. 307-308




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Illicit Drug Use among Hospitality Employees” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 31, No. 3 (2012) pp. 631-632




  1. Abraham Pizam, “Obesity among Foodservice Employees” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 32, No. 1 (2013) pp. 1-2.




  1. Abraham Pizam “Fatal Injuries in Hospitality Establishments” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 33 (2013).




  1. Abraham Pizam “Divorce and Separation Rates among Hospitality Employees in the USA International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 34. pp. III-IV (2013).




  1. Abraham Pizam “Hotel Online Privacy” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 35 (2014).




  1. Abraham Pizam “The Preferential Treatment of STEM Disciplines” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 36, pp. A1-A2 (2014).




  1. Abraham Pizam “The Need for Cross-Cultural Competence Training” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 37 (2014).




  1. Abraham Pizam “Peer-to-Peer Travel: Blessing or Blight” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 38 (2014).




  1. Abraham Pizam “Are Tourist Destinations Healthy?” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 39 (2014).




  1. Abraham Pizam “Guest Engagement or Service Efficiency?” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 40 (2014).




  1. Abraham Pizam “Hotels for Business Women Travelers” International Jornal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 41 (2014).




  1. Abraham Pizam “Senior Living Facilities: the New Frontier of Hospitality Management” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol. 43 (2014).




  1. Abraham Pizam “Hotel Fees: A Minor Irritant or a New Trend?” International Journal of Hospitality Management, Vo. 44 (2014)

Books
1. Abraham Pizam and Uzi Ronen, Abstracts of Case Studies in Management and Administration, Vol. 1, 1200 pp., TelAviv: Tel-Aviv University Press, 1973 (In Hebrew).
2. Abraham Pizam, Robert Lewis and Peter Manning (Eds.), The Practice of Hospitality Management, Westport, CT: AVI Publishing Company, 1982.
3. Peter Jones and Abraham Pizam (Eds.), The International Hospitality Industry: Organizational and Operational Issues, New York & London: Wiley & Pitman, 1993.
4. Abraham Pizam and Yoel Mansfeld (Eds.), Tourism, Crime and International Security Issues, N.Y. & London: John Wiley & Sons, 1995.
5. Abraham Pizam and Yoel Mansfeld (Eds.) Consumer Behavior in Travel & Tourism, Binghamton, N.Y.: Haworth Press, 1999.
6. Abraham Pizam (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Hospitality Management, Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann, 2005.
7. Yoel Mansfeld and Abraham Pizam (Eds.) Tourism, Security and Safety: From Theory to Practice. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann, 2005.
8. Abraham Pizam and Judy Holcomb (Eds.) International Dictionary of Hospitality Management. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann, 2008.
9. Abraham Pizam (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Hospitality Management, 2nd Edition. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann, 2010.
10. Youcheng Wang and Abraham Pizam (Eds.) Destination Marketing and Management, Wallingford: CABI, 2011.
PAPERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES

I. International Conference on Marketing Systems for Developing Countries, TelAviv Israel, 1/74, "Organizational Malfunctions in a Marketing Cooperative."


II. The Travel & Tourism Research Association, Scottsdale, Arizona, 6/77, "Some Social and Economic Costs and Benefits of Tourism to Rural Communities."
III. The Travel & Tourism Research Association, Ottawa, 6/78, "The Impact of Mass Tourism on a Destination Community."
IV. Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 8/78, "Work Values of Hospitality Students."
V. International Tourism Congress, Marmaris, Turkey, 10/78, "Businessmen Implications for Tourism Policy Making."
VI. Tourism and the Next Decade, International Symposium, Washington, D.C., 3/79, "The Vacation Farm: A New Form of Tourism Destination."
VII. The Travel & Tourism Research Association, 6/79, "Career Progress of Hospitality Graduates," (2) "The Potential for Farm Tourism in the U.S."
VIII. New England Regional Commission Conference on Tourism, 11/79, "Increasing the Effectiveness of Small Tourism Operations by Adopting the Cooperative Approach."
IX. Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education, Dearborn, Michigan, 8/80, "On Campus Conference Business: A Rich Resource for Academic Institutions and HRI Programs." (With Peter Manning).
X. America and the Pacific Community: Studies in Culture and Nationality: University of California, Berkley, September 4 7/80, "Tourism's Contribution to Crime in the U.S."
XI. World Hospitality Congress, March 912, 1981: (1) "The Use of Human Resources in the Hospitality Industry  A Survey;" (2) "A Consumer Satisfaction Index for Hotels" (with Robert C. Lewis).
XII. Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education, Montreal, Canada, 8/81, "Educational Programs offered at Hospitality Trade Shows: An Opinion Survey" (With Peter Manning and Stevenson Fletcher).
XIII. AIEST, (International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism), 31st Annual Congress, Cardiff, Wales, September 1319, 1981, "Tourism and Crime in the U.S.A."
XIV. Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, "International Conference  The 80's Cause for Alarm of Optimism," December 1923, 1981, The Management of Service Industries.
XV. Pacific Area Travel Association, Travel Research Seminar, Suva, Fiji, August 1618, 1982, (1) "Designing Visitor Surveys"; (2) "Tourism Forecasting Methodologies."
XVI. ASEAN Hotel and Restaurant Association Annual Conference, Singapore, September 2021, 1982, "Integrated Quality Management System."
XVII. The University of New Orleans and the University of Innsbruck Third Biannual Symposium, "Tourism and Culture: A Comparative Perspective", "Tourism Organization and Development in the U.S.A." New Orleans, March 12, 1983.
XVIII. Rhode Island's Governor Conference on Tourism "Assessing Tourism's Impacts: A Discussion of the Social Costs and Benefits of Tourism," Providence RI, April 20, 1983.
XIX. Singapore Hotel Association Top Team Development Program, "Hospitality Human Resources Management," Singapore, July 4 15, 1983.
XX. Indonesian Hotel Association Top Executive Development Program, "Hospitality Human Resources Management," Jakarta, Indonesia, July 1830, 1983.
XXI. Balinese Hotel Association "Motivation and Job Satisfaction of Hospitality Employees, Bali, Indonesia, August, 1983.
XXII. Pacific Area Travel Association, East Asia Travel Research Seminar: (1) Research and Statistical Methods for Tourism Enterprises, (2) Conducting Visitor/Guest/Passenger Surveys, (3) Measuring the Effectiveness of Tourism Marketing Programs, KualaLumpur, 8/1719,/83.
XXIII. Pacific Area Travel Association, Workshop on Measuring The Impacts of Tourism: (1) "The Social/Cultural Costs and Benefits of Tourism to the Destination Area (2)"Methods of Measuring Social/Cultural Costs and Benefits of Tourism". Hong Kong, August 2426, 1983.
XXIV. ASEAN Tourism Forum 84; Asean Media Workshop, "Positioning is the Name of the Game" Singapore, March 16, 1984.
XXV. ASEAN Tourism Forum 84, Asean Hotel and Restaurant Association Convention, "Differentiation and Segmentation: Two Marketing Techniques for Small Hotels", Singapore, March 20, 1984.
XXVI. Singapore Hotel Association Top Team Development Program, "Hospitality Human Resources Management", July 927, 1984.
XXVII. Indian Association of Tour Operators "Workshop on Marketing India Abroad" New Delhi, August 1, 1984.
XXVIII. African Travel Association "Motivating Tourism Employees to Work” Nairobi, Kenya, April 29, 1985.
XXIX. International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism, 35 Annual Congress "The Use of Values in Predicting Travel Behavior," Bregenz, Austria, September 1521, 1986.
XXX. Institute for Tourism Research, Zagreb, "Workshop on Measuring the Effectiveness of Tourism Sales Promotions" Zagreb Yugoslavia, May 15, 1987
XXXI. Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education Annual Conference, "Academic Characteristics and Faculty Compensation in U.S. Hospitality Management Programs", Atlanta, Georgia, August 6, 1987.

XXXII. World Association For Professional Training in Tourism (AMFORT), Seminar on "The Challenge of the Hotel Industry in the 90s”, "Macro Trends in World Tourism", Madrid, Spain, January 2527, 1988.


XXXIII. International Hospitality Research Symposium, "Methods in Hospitality Research", Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va., April 1720, 1988
XXXIV. Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education Annual Conference,"1988 Academic Characteristics and Faculty Compensation in U.S. Hospitality Management Programs", Toronto Canada, July 2731, 1988

XXXV. Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education Annual Conference, "The Effects of Task Characteristics on Hospitality Employees' Job Satisfaction and Burnout", Toronto Canada, July 2731, 1988

XXXVI. Krems Academy of Tourism Opening Ceremonies, " Trends in U.S. Hospitality Education", Krems, Austria, October 57, 1988


  1. First Global Conference: Tourism A vital Force for Peace, "Is Tourism a Mediator for Peace? The U.S.AU.S.S.R. Experience" (with Ady Milman and Jafar Jafari), Vancouver, BC October 2226, 1988

XXXVIII. First Global Conference: Tourism A vital Force for Peace, "Is Tourism a Mediator for Peace? The IsraeliEgyptian Experience" (with Ady Milman and Arieh Reichel), Vancouver, BC October 2226, 1988


XXXIX. The 73rd International Hotel/Motel & Restaurant Show, "Employee Burnout in the Hospitality Industry", November 14, 1988
XL. Cultural Tourism: Defining a Sense of Place: "Tourism: A Catalyst to Peace?" Miami Florida, April 30May 3, 1989
XLI. The 1989 Travel Industry Association (TIA) International Pow Wow,"Tourism as a Catalyst for World Peace" Las Vegas, May 17, 1989
XLII. International Congress on Health and Recreation Tourism "The Marketing of

Health and Recreational Products" Antalya, Turkey, September 1720, 1989


XLIII. International Congress on Health and Recreation Tourism "The U.S. Health Resorts Industry" (with Ady Milman), Antalya, Turkey, September 1720, 1989

XLIV. 1989 Governor's Conference on Tourism, "Tackling the Labor Squeeze in the Tourism Industry" (with Mark Bonn), Daytona Beach, Fl. September 25, 1989


XLV. Singapore Hotel Association Training and Educational Center Annual Hotel Lecture, "Optimizing Human Resources", Singapore November 17, 1989
XLVI. Malaysian Association of Hotels, "Executive Seminar on Delivering Quality Service", Kuala Lumpur, November 18, 1989
XLVII. Second ASEAN Tourism Conference, Keynote Speaker "ASEAN Tourism  Towards a Quality Destination", Pataya, Thailand, January 13, 1990
XLVIII. Singapore Hotel Association Training and Educational Center Annual Seminar, "Marketing Planning for Hospitality Enterprises", Singapore, May 2627, 1990
XLVIX. Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education Annual Conference, "1990 Academic Characteristics and Faculty Compensation in U.S. Hospitality Management Programs", July 2731, 1990, Washington, D.C,.
L. Austrian Association of Tourism, "Developing Quality Tourist Destinations", October 29, 1990, Vienna, Austria.
LI. Singapore Hotel Association Annual Seminar, "Quality Management in Tourism Enterprises", June 2022, 1991, Singapore.
LII. Malaysian Association of Hotels Annual Workshop, "Quality Management in Tourism Enterprises", June 1719, 1991, KualaLumpur, Malaysia.

LIII. First National Tourism Congress, "Problems of Tourism Development in Third World Countries", November 16, 1990, Kusadasi, Turkey.


LIV. International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism, "The Management of Quality Tourism Destinations", May 47, 1992, Mahe, Seychelles.
LV. AIESEC International Conference on Maritime and Tourism, "Global Tourism in a Changing World", May 47, 1992, Athens (Vouliagmeni) Greece.
LVI. The First International Conference on Investments and Financing in the Tourism Industry, "The Role of Culture in the Management and Operations of Tourist Enterprises,"

May 1621, 1993, Jerusalem, Israel.


LVII. The International Academy for The Study of Tourism Biennial Conference, "Using Unobtrusive Measures in Tourism Research," June 2126, 1993, Seoul, Korea.
LVIII. The First International Conference on Investments and Financing in the Tourism Industry, "Financial and Operational Leverage and Risk of Firms in the UK Hotel Industry," (with Simon Archer), May 1621, 1993, Jerusalem, Israel.
LIX. International Symposium on: High Priority Actions in Environmental Policy, "The Perceived Negative Environmental Impacts of Tourism: Whose Responsibility is it Anyway?" September 1318, 1993, Elounda, Crete, Greece.

LX. International Conference on: Decision-Making Processes and Preference Changes of Tourists, "Does Culture Affect Tourist Behavior?" November 2527, 1993, Innsbruck, Austria.


LXI. International Conference on: Regional Development: The Challenge of the Frontier, "Tourism Development in Desert Areas: Conservation vs. Change", December 27-30, 1993, the Dead Sea, Israel.
LXII. Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education Annual Conference: Education Through Experience: A Winning Combination. "Influence of Tourism on Attitude Change: Turkish Tourists Visiting Greece" (with Meral Korzay and Petros Anastasopoulos), July 27-30, 1994, Palm Springs, CA.
LXIII. Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education Annual Conference:

Education through Experience: A Winning Combination. "The 1993-94 Academic Characteristics and Faculty Compensation of CHRIE Members in U.S. Hospitality Management Programs"(with Ady Milman), July 27-30, 1994, Palm Springs, CA.


LXIV. Talk at the Top: Security and Risks in Travel & Tourism. "Security and Risks in Travel & Tourism - An Overview”, June 9-11, 1995, Östersund, Sweden.
LXV. International Seminar on Theme Parks. "Preparing the Workforce for Theme Parks in Brazil" May 23, 1996, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
LXVI. National Seminar for Mexican Tourism Operators. "Tourism Human Resources in Latin America.", June 14, 1996, Mexico City, Mexico.
LXVII. The Travel & Tourism Research Association Annual Conference. "Making Tourists Feel Safe" (with Peter Tarlow and Jonathan Bloom), Las Vegas, Nevada, July 6, 1996.
LXVIII. American Chamber of Commerce Guadalajara Chapter, "Seminar on Tourism Human Resources in Mexico," September 25, 1996, Guadalajara, Mexico.
LXVIX. Caribbean Tourism Conference (CTC 20), “Tourism Human Resources in Latin America. - The Implications for the Caribbean" September 27, 1996, Barbados.
LXX. Southern Management Association Annual Conference, "Hospitality Management an Industry in Search of a Paradigm," (with Michael Olson, Harsha Chacko and Joan Clay) November 8, 1996, New Orleans, Louisiana.
LXXI. Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS): Managing Services in the Next Millenium, “Tourism Research-The State of the Art,” May 4-7, 1997, San Diego, California.
LXXII. Colegio Universitario del Este – School of International Tourism and Hotel Management, Industry Seminar on: “Increasing Hotel Guests’ Satisfaction,” June 6, 1997, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
LXXIII. International Association of Hospitality Consultants - Mid Florida Chapter : “Global Trends in Tourism,” July 25, 1997, Orlando, Florida.
LXXIV. Hotel School of Mauritius, Seminars on: (1) “Increasing Tourist Satisfaction,”

(2) “Marketing Planning for Hotels,” Rose Hill, Mauritius, August 4-7, 1997




  1. War, Terrorism and Tourism: Times of Crisis and Recovery, “Keynote Address: Contemporary Trends and Future Courses,” Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 25-27, 1997




  1. The American Express Travel Services Mexico - Network XII Annual Convention, “World Tourism in the Next Millenium,” San Jose Costa Rica, February 18, 1998.




  1. International Conference on: Urban Development in Frontier Regions “The Capital and Training Needs of Small Tourism Operators in Frontier Regions” Beer-Sheva, Israel, April 5-7, 1998.




  1. Academic Characteristics and Faculty Compensation of CHRIE Members in U.S. Hospitality Management Programs" (with Bernard Fried and Ady Milman), July 31, 1998, Miami, FL.




  1. International Hotel & Restaurant Association, "Think Tank on Security and Safety" Moderator, Orlando, Florida, August 17-18, 1998.




  1. Institute of Management Accountants – Central Florida Chapter, “Tourism Trends for the New Millenium” Orlando, Florida, February 23, 1999.




  1. International Hotel & Restaurant Association, "Think Tank on Security and Safety" Moderator, Stockholm, Sweden, August 16-17, 1998.




  1. International Conference on Improving Safety and Security at Tourism Destinations (1) Keynote address "Tourism Safety and Security in a Post Modern Society" (2) "Acts of Terrorism and their effect on Tourism Destination - An Historical Analysis," Kalmar, Sweden, August 20-22, 1999.




  1. Technikon Pretoria “Seminar on Safety & Security in South African Tourism Enterprises” Pretoria, South Africa, May 15, 2000




  1. First National Congress on Tourism, “Mexico-Jobs for the Millennium” Mexico City, January 18-19, 2001




  1. Business Enterprises for Sustainable Tourism (BEST) “First International Think Tank on Sustainable Tourism Education “ Moderator of the Think Tank,” Bongani, Gauteng, South Africa, February 25-March 1, 2001.



  1. Universidad de Guadalajara - Centro Universitario de Ciencias Economico Administrativas, Coloquio sobre Desarrollo Turistico y Sustentabilidad. "Educating the Next Generation of Tourism Management in Sustainable Tourism Practices." Guadalajara, Mexico, June 21-23, 2001.




  1. Institute for Tourism – Zagreb - International Tourism Research Conference - Reinventing A Tourism Destination – “The Relationship Between Risk-Taking, Sensation Seeking and the Tourist Behavior of Young Adults.” Dubrovnik, Croatia, October 18-21, 2002.




  1. University of Florida College of Health and Human Performance – Eighteenth Annual D.K. Stanley Lecture - “Tourism After 9/11” Gainesville, Florida, February 24, 2003.




  1. Safety & Security: New Driver of Tourism Economies Conference – Keynote Address – “Safety & Security: New Driver of Tourism Economies” Cape Town, South Africa October 15-16, 2003.




  1. Global Foundation for Development and Democracy - Seminar on Sustainable Tourism – “Sustainable Tourism and its Importance to the Dominican Republic” Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, April, 20, 2004.




  1. SKAL International Orlando, 2005 Tourism Leadership Summit “Panel on Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism Enterprises” Orlando, Florida, September 23, 2005.

XCII. International Conference on Knowledge-Based Economy & Global Management, “The Effects of Tourism Safety & Security on Tourism Demand: Lessons Learned from the Last Five Decades.” Tainan, Taiwan, November 3, 2005.


XCIII. National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, “The New Condo Hotels Craze” Orlando, Florida, July 20, 2006.
XCIV. Central Florida Global Forum, University of Central Florida, Seminar on European Union & US Laws” The Impacts of US Laws on Tourism between USA and the European Union”. University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida April 12, 2007.
XCV. Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem – International Tourism and Politics Conference “Keynote Address: Tourism Safety & Security and its Importance to the Success of the Tourism Industry” Jerusalem, Israel, May 8-9, 2007.
XCVI. SKAL International Orlando, Tourism Leadership Summit “Leadership Roundtable” Orlando, September 21, 2007.
XCVII. EURO-CHRIE Annual Conference, “Keynote Address: Tourism as an Innovation-Based Industry” Leeds, United Kingdom, October 25, 2007.
XCVIII International Conference on Knowledge-Based Economy & Global Management, “Keynote Address: Innovation in the Hospitality & Tourism Industry” Southern Taiwan University of Technology, Tainan, Taiwan, December 6, 2007 (with Stephen Lebruto & Robertico Croes. Speech delivered by Stephen Lebruto) .
XCIX. Council on Hospitality Management Education, “Keynote Address: Advances in Hospitality Research: From Rodney Dangerfield to Aretha Franklin” Glasgow, United Kingdom, May 12-15, 2008.
C. EURO-CHRIE Annual Conference, “Panel on Sustainable Tourism and the Hotelier”, Dubai, UAE, October 14, 2008.
CI. The 10th Anniversary of Cornell - Waseda Seminar, “The Domains of Hospitality & Tourism: Differences and Similarities” Tokyo, Japan, December 15, 2008.
CII. Tourism Destination Development and Branding Conference, “Keynote Address: Destination Branding: The State of the Art” Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Eilat, Israel, October 14, 2009.
CIII. MICE Knowledge Forum, Korea, “Keynote Address: Branding Tourist destinations: The Orlando Experience” Incheon, Korea, November 10, 2009.
CIV. Consumer Behavior in Tourism Symposium 2009, “ Keynote Address (with Amir Shani): Consumer Attitudes towards Animal-Based Tourist Attractions” Centre in Tourism Management and Tourism Economics of the Free University of Bolzano, Brunico, Italy, December 17, 2009.
CV. Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference 2010, “Keynote Address: Future Opportunities in Hospitality and Tourism” Shannon, Ireland, June 16, 2010.
CVI. The 68th Tourism Sciences Society of Korea Academic Conference: A New Horizon of International Tourism: From the Hinterland to the Ocean, “Panel Discussion IJTS Forum” Buan, Korea, July 6, 2010.
CVII. ATLAS 2010 Annual Conference: Mass Tourism vs. Niche Tourism, Keynote Address: “Space tourism: A New Niche Market,” Limassol, Cyprus, November 3-5, 2010.
CVIII. Economic Summit: Together in Partnership – Growing the Local Economy “Keynote Speech” Skukuza-Kruger National Park, South Africa. January 26-27, 2011
CVIX. 1st International Conference on Tourism & Management Studies, Keynote Address “The Domains of Tourism and Hospitality Management: Similarities and Differences.” Faro, Portugal, October 26-29, 2011.
CVX. Conference of Tourism and Hospitality: The Highway to Sustainable Regional Development, Keynote Address “Can Tourism Promote Peace and Understanding Between Unfriendly Nations?” Yerevan, Armenia, June 28-30, 2013.
CVXI. Lodging + HR Diversity Summit , “Selling the Sizzle to Prospective Students, Georgetown University Conference Center, Washington, DC. ” October 29, 2013


CURRENT EDITORIAL POSITIONS:


  1. Amfiteatru Economic Journal (Romania) - Editorial Board

  2. Annals of the “Stefan cel Mare” University Suceava, Fascicle of the Faculty of Economics & Public Administration (Romania) – Editorial Board

  3. Annals of Tourism Research  Associate Editor

  4. Asian Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research (The Philippines) – Editorial Board

  5. Cornell Hospitality Quarterly – Editorial Board

  6. ECOFORUM (Romania) Editorial Board

  7. EHLITE (Switzerland) – Editorial Board

  8. ICHRIE Research Reports – Editorial Board

  9. International Journal of Hospitality Knowledge Management – Editorial Board

  10. International Journal of Hospitality Management – Editor-in-Chief

  11. International Journal of Safety and Security in Tourism/Hospitality(Argentina)- Editor

  12. International Journal of Tourism Sciences (S. Korea) – Consulting Editor

  13. Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management  Editorial Board

  14. Journal of International Hospitality, Leisure & Tourism Management - Editorial Board

  15. Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality and Tourism - Editorial Board

  16. Journal of Tourism Security (Portugal) – Editorial Board

  17. Journal of Tourism: Studies and Research in Tourism /Revista de Turism (Romania) – Editorial Board

  18. Research Notes in Hospitality & Tourism – Editorial Board

  19. The UNLV Journal of Hospitality, Tourism & Leisure Science – Editorial Board

  20. Tourism & Management Studies – (Portugal) – Editorial Advisory Board

  21. Tourism, Culture & Communication (Australia) - Editorial Board

  22. Tourism Focus (Cambodia) – Editorial Board

  23. Tourism Recreation Research (India) - Resource Editor

  24. Tourism Studies - Editorial Board

  25. Turismo: Visao E Acao (Brazil) – Editorial Board

  26. Tourism (Croatia) - Editorial Board

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