On Tuesday, 22 May 2018 we will host a Hospitality Research Publication Retreat.
A number of key editors of leading Hospitality and Tourism journals will explain how they select papers for publication and how you can be successful in publishing your research. This retreat is geared toward early-career authors and will explore key success factors for achieving journal publications with the REF2021 framework.
You will benefit from:
- Developing wider relations with leading hospitality and tourism editors
- Our services to review papers
- Understanding how to find the right journal or editor
- Advice on how to:
- Write, submit, and publish your manuscript
- Become a peer reviewer
- Improve your success rate
- Publish hospitality research in generic journals.
- 14:00–15:30 Research Publication Retreat: Publish high impact papers
- 15:30–16:00 Coffee and posters
- 16:00–17:30 Research Publication Retreat – Meet the editor workshops.
Chairs: Adele Ladkin and Adam Blake Bournemouth University
- Levent Altinay, Service Industries Journal
- Dimitrios Buhalis, Tourism Review
- Cihan Cobanoglu, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology (JHTT)
- Ulrike Gretzel, Annals of Tourism Research
- Peter Lugosi, Hospitality & Society
- Fevzi Okumus, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management
- Ioannis Pantelidis, Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research
- Professor Bruce Tracey, Cornell Hospitality Quarterly
Special issues and conference paper submissions
The following journals supporting the conference will do special issues and will invite authors and delegates to expand their papers and submit:
- Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology (JHTT)
- Tourism Review
Other journals will encourage papers that address their topics to submit conference papers for publication:
- International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management
- Cornell Hospitality Quarterly
- Hospitality and Society
- Service Industries Journal
- Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research
- Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality and Tourism
- Administrative Sciences
Editors from the journals supporting the conference will also be around to participate in the ‘Knowledge co-creation, REF2021 and publications’ panel on Friday 25 May, chaired by Professor Adam Blake who is responsible for the REF submission for Tourism and Hospitality for Bournemouth University. Visit our programme page for more information or download the draft programme (pdf, 8.4mb).