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Interested in eating and drinking? How food affects travel satisfaction and the overall holiday experience
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-08-17)
This study addresses the question of how an inherent interest in food affects consumers as travellers. This is done by focusing on food interest as an antecedent and uncovering the effects of such an interest on travel ...
Innovation and experiential knowledge in firm exports : applying the initial U-Model
Focusing on firm export activity as an important field within international business, this study corroborates the importance of experiential knowledge as the initial Uppsala model predicts. The model builds on the belief ...
Understanding cross‐border mergers and acquisitions of African firms : the role of dynamic capabilities in enabling competitiveness amidst contextual constraints
This article builds on existing international business literature that examines the drivers of cross‐border mergers and acquisitions (M&As) within emerging and developing economy contexts, theoretically exploring how dynamic ...
A destination's gastronomy as a means for holiday well-being
Purpose - To provide insights into holiday well-being, the purpose of this paper is to examine two inevitable traveller activities related to destinations’ gastronomy: pre-trip food information sourcing and the daily meals ...
Smart city development with digital twin technology
(University of Maribor, 2020)
Growing urban areas are major consumers of natural resources, energy and raw materials. Understanding cities´ urban metabolism is salient when developing sustainable and resilient cities. This paper addresses concepts of ...
Experiences gained through absorption of and immersion in destinations' food event : case evidence from Finnish travellers
A destination’s foodscape comprises various food events. It invites travellers to gain experiences by staying passive and absorbing information or participating in the events in a multisensory and immersive manner. This ...
Cruise holidays - how on-board service quality affects passengers' behaviour
(Cognizant Communication Corporation, 2019-07-05)
This study examines the relations ships between the perceived service quality and satisfaction on on-board spending and behavioral action, while it also explores differences in on-board spending. Survey data were collected ...
Destination foodscape : a stage for travelers' food experience
This study elaborates on the foodscape construct and explores it within tourism. The study contributes to the literature by introducing destination foodscape and presenting a novel framework for understanding a destination's ...
Hear what I appreciate : activation of consumption motives for healthier food choices across different value segments
(Taylor & Francis, 2017-12-04)
This study represents ‘nudging’ interventions aiming to promote healthier food choices by altering the environment where choices are made, without price incentives. The study focuses on the activation of a consumer’s ...
Sources of value co-destruction : Uber customer perspectives
Purpose – This study aims to explore the antecedents that generate value co-destruction, the negative outcomes resulting from interactive value formation, in the sharing economy context, particularly taxi services. The ...