2nd Issue of Journal of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism released

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Galloway, N.J. – The second issue of the International Journal of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism (IJGHT) was released today by the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism at Stockton University. The peer-reviewed, open access journal was developed to share original research that bridges the gap between industry practitioners and academic researchers and educators.

“We want this journal to provide readers with relevant information that can inform and enhance the gaming, hospitality and tourism industries and those that support them,” said LIGHT Faculty Director and IJGHT Founding Editor Jane Bokunewicz. The online journal can be viewed on the LIGHT website at stockton.edu/light.

Articles in the second issue include:

  • An Economic Sensitivity Analysis of Las Vegas Gaming Revenues
    • Mark P. Legg, Penn State Berks
    • Chun-Hung (Hugo) Tang, Purdue University
    • Haejin Kim, Purdue University
  • Customer Lifetime Value: A Data Science Approach for Hospitality Applications
    • Timothy Webb, University of Delaware
    • Ray Cho, Rutgers University
    • Mark P. Legg, Penn State Berks
  • Establishing a Comprehensive Tourism Marketing Strategy for Hunterdon County as a Country Escape Destination
    • Jennifer Barr, Stockton University
    • Jim Strong, California State University, Stanislaus
  • Indicators of Flickr Activity as a Proxy for Hospitality Sales: Social Media VGI in Rural Destination Management
    • Tracy Michaud, University of Southern Maine
    • Colleen Metcalf, University of Southern Maine
    • Todd Gabe, University of Maine
    • Matthew Bampton, University of Southern Maine
  • The Perception of Clean: Consumer Trust in Hotels Amidst COVID-19
    • Suzanne D. Markham Bagnera, Indian River State College
    • Alec N. Dalton, Hospitality Leadership Academy
    • Peter Szende, Culinary Institute of America
    • Mark P. Legg, Penn State Berks

“I hope our readers enjoy the diverse array of articles in this issue. Special thanks to all contributing authors; the editorial board; the section editors, Noel Criscione-Naylor, George De Feis, Jennifer Forney and Theresa Lind; copy editor, Dan Grote; and especially our managing editor Sarah Grady for making this second issue a success,” Bokunewicz said.

IJGHT Editors can be reached at IJGHT@Stockton.edu

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