Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies
The Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies (ASEAS) (Scopus CiteScore 1.7, 71st percentile; SJR impact factor 0.235, Q3) is an international, interdisciplinary and open access social sciences journal covering a variety of topics (culture, economics, geography, politics, society) from both historical and contemporary perspectives. Topics should be related to Southeast Asia, but are not restricted to the geographical region, when spatial and political borders of Southeast Asia are crossed or transcended, e.g., in the case of linguistics, diaspora groups or forms of socio-cultural transfer. The journal invites both established as well as young scholars to present research results and theoretical and methodical discussions, to report about on-going research projects or field studies, to publish conference reports, to conduct interviews with experts in the field, and to review relevant books.
e-Review of Tourism Research (eRTR)
e-Review of Tourism Research (eRTR) is a web-based, bimonthly international research network for tourism professionals. eRTR provides timely research reports and scheduled e-mails notifying subscribers of research highlights. This journal was originally a product of a cooperative project sponsored through alliances between TTRA, CTC and Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Sciences at Texas A&M University. Now, eRTR's is managed by the editorial team based at Middlesex University Dubai and published with the continued support of the Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Sciences at Texas A&M University and Texas Digital Libraries. eRTR aims to be a world class clearinghouse of applied tourism research for travel and tourism professionals, and to be the leading outlet for disseminating and sharing new tourism information, research highlights, technologies, and methods for professionals throughout the world.
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Cases
The Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Cases (JHTC) is an international refereed electronic journal (e-journal) published by ICHRIE. The mission of JHTC is to distribute quality case studies to academics and professionals interested in using the case study method as a teaching, research and/or management tool. The editors now invite interested researchers to submit cases and teaching notes to JHTC. The case studies may focus on any topic and subject area (e.g. operations, information technology, marketing, sustainability etc.) related to the tourism & hospitality education and industry. Case studies published in JHTC may deal with a wide variety of tourism and hospitality organizations such as businesses, government organizations, destination organisations, educational institutions, non-profit organizations.
International Journal of Tourism Cities
The International Journal of Tourism Cities (Scopus CiteScore 2.6; SJR impact factor 0.515, Q2; ESCI, Emerging Sources Citation Index). IJTC is the only academic journal exclusively dedicated to urban tourism research. A peer-reviewed journal, IJTC provides an international forum for the study of urban tourism and tourism cities. The journal aims to be inter-disciplinary in its appreciation of tourism cities and tourism in urban areas. The International Journal of Tourism Cities contents include primary research articles, expert discussions on current urban tourism issues, and tourism city case studies. Articles are selected that are relevant to both academics and practitioners. The journal particularly encourages contributions on contemporary topics and issues in urban tourism including smart cities and tourism, environmental impact and sustainable tourism development in cities, citizen and stakeholder involvement in tourism, city destination governance, and the development of policies and standards for city tourism development.IJTC is the journal of the International Tourism Studies Association (ITSA).
Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality & Tourism
The Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality & Tourism (Scopus CiteScore 3.2, 63rd percentile; SJR impact factor 0.623, Q2). serves as a medium to share and disseminate new research findings, theoretical development and superior practices in hospitality and tourism. The journal aims to publish cutting-edge, empirically and theoretically sound research articles on quality planning, development, management, marketing, evaluation, and adjustments within the field. Readers of the journal stay up-to-date on the latest theory development and research findings, ways to improve business practices, successful hospitality strategies, maintenance of profit requirements, and increasing market share in this complex and growing field.
Journal of Vacation Marketing
The Journal of Vacation Marketing (JVM) (Scopus CiteScore 4.3, 76th percentile; SJR impact factor 0.842, Q1) is published by Sage and is clearly positioned as an applied tourism marketing journal. It seeks to provide academics and practitioners with high quality applied research relating to further our understanding of the marketing of tourism. The focus of JVM is on enhancing our understanding of tourist consumer behavior and the marketing of tourism destinations, activities and services. JVM publishes state-of-the-art papers that take an applied marketing perspective. The Editorial Board not only welcomes quantitative, qualitative and mixed method papers but also those that use novel and new methodologies. JVM not only seeks to contribute to the development of theory, but also the application of theory to practice.
The Tourism Analysis
The Tourism Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Tourism & Hospitality Journal (Scopus CiteScore 2.3, 50th percentile; SJR impact factor 0.560, Q2) is a forum for academicians and practitioners in the fields of Leisure, Recreation, Tourism, and Hospitality (LRTH). As an interdisciplinary journal, the scope of the articles include behavioral models (quantitative-qualitative), decision-making techniques and procedures, estimation models, demand-supply analysis, monitoring systems, assessment of site and destination attractiveness, new analytical tools, research methods and related areas such as validity and reliability, scale development, development of data collection instruments, methodological issues in cross-national and cross-cultural studies, and computer technology and use. The journal invites research articles that advance the current body of knowledge in theoretical and/or methodological development, as well as new research findings and practical implications in tourism and hospitality.