Items where SHU Author is "Tabari, Saloomeh"

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TABARI, Saloomeh, CHEN, Wei, TAJEDDINI, Kayhan and RATTEN, Vanessa (2019). Educational immigrants: Evidence from Chinese young entrepreneurs in the UK. Journal of enterprising communities: People and places in the global economy.

LI, Luqi and TABARI, Saloomeh (2019). Impact of Airbnb on customers' behaviour in the UK hotel industry. Tourism Analysis, 24 (1).

KHALILZADEH, Jalayer, GHAHRAMANI, Ladan and TABARI, Saloomeh (2017). From “Hypercritics” to “Happy Campers”: Who Complains the Most in Fine Dining Restaurants? Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management, 26 (5), 451-473.

CHEN, Wei and TABARI, Saloomeh (2017). A study of negative customer online reviews and managerial responses on social media— case study of the Marriott Hotel Group in Beijing. Journal of Marketing and Consumer Research, 41, 53-64.

TABARI, Saloomeh, WILSON, Jonathan A.J. and INGRAM, Hadyn (2016). Conceptualising the impact of culture and language upon hospitality service management. Worldwide hospitality and tourism themes, 8 (1), 12-28.

INGRAM, Hadyn, TABARI, Saloomeh and WATTHANAKHOMPRATHIP, Wanthanee (2013). The impact of political instability on tourism: case of Thailand. Worldwide hospitality and tourism themes, 5 (1), 92-103.

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KING, Nigel, BROOKS, Joanna and TABARI, Saloomeh (2018). Template analysis in business and management research. In: CIESIELSKA, Malgorzata, JEMIELNIAK, Dariusz and ŚLIWA, Martyna, (eds.) Qualitative methodologies in organization studies. Volume II : Methods and possibilities. Cham, Palgrave Macmillan, 179-206.

TABARI, Saloomeh (2016). Exploring the impact of culture in ethnic restaurants : case study of a Spanish restaurant in London. In: ALTINAY, Levent and POUDEL, Surya, (eds.) Enhancing customer experience in the service industry : a global perspective. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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