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CHME 2019 Research conference, Greenwich, UK
  • publication: 24 May 2019

This week John Hornby, Wichard Zwaal and Erwin Losekoot have been attending the 28th Council for Hospitality Management Education (CHME) Conference at the University of Greenwich, London, UK. Running over four days this conference included almost 50 peer-reviewed academic papers and Keynotes under the theme 'Transforming hospitality'.  We also circulated copies of our Research in Hospitality Management journal to encourae submissions from international academics. 

Between them they presented four papers with six authors in all:

Huzinga, H. & Losekoot, E. (2019). Closing the credibility gap in hospitality education and industry - is DBE the answer? Paper presented at CHME 2019 conference Transforming Hospitality, 21-24 May, University of Greenwich: London, UK.

Losekoot, E. & Xhali, T. (2019). Innovations in hospitality management: Case studies from Stenden Hotel Management School's training hotel. Paper presented at CHME 2019 conference Transforming Hospitality, 21-24 May, University of Greenwich: London, UK.

Losekoot, E., Zhang, R. & Hornby, J. (2019). Developing a code book for content analysis of popular movies showing hospitable moments. Paper presented at CHME 2019 conference Transforming Hospitality, 21-24 May, University of Greenwich: London, UK.

Zwaal, W. (2019). Studies in problem-based hospitality management education. Paper presented at CHME 2019 conference Transforming Hospitality, 21-24 May, University of Greenwich: London, UK.