Until 2010: Revista Encontros Científicos – Tourism & Management Studies.
Tourism & Management Studies
Professor José António C. Santos (School of Management, Hospitality and Tourism – University of the Algarve)
School of Management, Hospitality and Tourism – University of the Algarve.
1- To encourage high quality academic research and share the scientific knowledge developed by national and international researchers in the areas of Tourism and Management.
2- To stimulate
value and share the most important research presented at seminars, conferences
and other scholarly meetings at the School for Management, Hospitality
and Tourism of the University of the Algarve.
Areas of interest: Tourism and Management.
History: this journal was founded in 2005.
Until 2012: Annual
Abbreviated title: Tmstudies.
Other information: The Journal is intended for a target audience specialized in the abovementioned areas, including researchers, university teachers and professors, students, business people and leaders of public and private institutions and organizations.
|The journal is property of the School for Management, Hospitality and Tourism of the University of Algarve. The submission of papers for publication in the Tourism & Management Studies Journal implies the acceptance of transferring copyright to the Journal as well as the rights for its dissemination through printed and/or electronic means, including the international indexes which the Journal has already joined or will join in the future. The objective will always be the sharing of the research and knowledge contained in the Journal.|
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