The Institute of Hospitality has published its inaugural Annual Digest of research by students from universities and colleges that are members of its Education Membership Scheme.
The subjects explored in the research papers include sophisticated menu engineering; the impact of the airbnb on the UK hotel industry; revenue management in ski resorts; and waffleshop franchises.
Alistair Sandall FIH, the Institute’s head of professional development, says: “We thank the students for their submissions to this inaugural Annual Digest. Thanks too must be passed to their lecturers for encouraging them to submit their research. ”
“If through this publication we can bring new insights and ideas into the bright lights and away from university shelves, hopefully we can help to create closer links and ties between educators and practitioners.”
The following students’ research is showcased in the Digest;
Rosie Magurie, BA Professional Culinary Arts, University of Derby
Haroon Khan Afridi, MSc International Hotel Management, University of Surrey
Mara Leidi, BSc International Hospitality Management, Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne
Ida Davidsen, UG studies BSc (Hons) Hospitality Leadership and Management, Leeds Beckett University.
The Institute has 75 universities and colleges on its Education Membership Scheme, adding up to more than 3,000 student members across the world.
Submissions for the 2018 Digest will be open from September with a deadline of 31st October. Full information can be found by downloading the Institute of Hospitality Digest Submission Guidelines.
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