Exploring diverse and emerging topics, with particular strength in contemporary management disciplines
"...IJCHM is a leader in publishing articles that are practical with usable information for practitioners not just academics. The journal I believe has a editorial board of experts that have both industry experience as well as academic background ensuring that not only do the articles have interest and value for the reader and is also academically sound. I find that the journal attracts researchers that are working on practical solutions to problems that the industry is facing. I think that this journal is one of a kind in its approach to disseminating knowledge that the industry can and does appreciate."
Dr. David Martin, Director, Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Ryerson University
"The IJCTHR's emphasis on global and cross-disciplinary research makes this journal a uniquely valuable resource for culture, tourism, and hospitality scholars. The IJCTHR's focus provides an important publication outlet for theory and empirical positivistic and/or existential phenomenological articles on the influence of cultural contexts on tourism and hospitality behaviour. IJCTHR's symbiotic and synergistic relationship with the International Society of Culture, Tourism, and Hospitality Research creates additional opportunities for collaboration and constructive dialog. I am pleased to be a member of the Society and to submit papers to the IJCTHR."
Dr Drew Martin, Associate Professor of Marketing, College of Business and Economics, University of Hawaii, Hilo.
IACTHR serves to nurture scientific advances building on interdisciplinary theory and empirical research across the fields of culture, tourism and hospitality research. The Academy is an open and continually growing body of scholars that includes academic and applied researchers seeking to deepen and broaden understanding, description, accurate forecasts and useful prescriptions of tourism and hospitality behavior within and across cultures.
International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism (AIEST) Tourism Review is the official publication of AIEST. AIEST is considered as being the international catalyst of scientific activities in tourism. The Association does not itself directly engage in tourism research and education, but it endeavours to foster them as much as possible within the limits of its possibilities and those of existing institutions.