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Sheffield Hallam University Tourism & Hospitality PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 6 Sheffield Hallam University Tourism & Hospitality PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Business & Finance

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Institution

Sheffield Hallam University

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We have 6 Sheffield Hallam University Tourism & Hospitality PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

PhDs in Finance, Accounting and Business Systems

People, process and performance are the pillars of organisational success. Supported and underpinned by systems, financial control and reporting, economic analysis and accounting provide the wherewithal to understand how, where and what to deliver as a goods or services in a timely and effective manner. Read more

PhDs in Business and Management

The Department of Management in the Sheffield Business School (SBS) translates research activity into high quality and accessible outputs that inform policy and practice and which enrich our education programmes. Read more

PhDs in Hospitality, Tourism, Events, Food & Nutrition

The subject groups of Hospitality, Tourism, Events, Food & Nutrition are in the Department of Service Sector Management in the Sheffield Business School (SBS). Read more

Critical analysis of the dynamics of leadership in the design of events and the enablement of (multi stakeholder) event outcomes

Strategic event creation (Sharples, Crowther, Orefice, and May, 2014), closely aligned with the event design approach discussed by writers such as Brown (2005) and Berridge (2011), is an increasingly popular lens through which event management scholars analyse the topic. Read more

Mitigating the impact of service failure in the home sharing market through recovery innovation and customer reconciliation

The hospitality industry is prone to service failures due to the high level of customer-employee contact (Mody et al., 2020). Successful recovery from service transgression is therefore critical to maintain customer trust and loyalty (Borah et al., 2020). Read more
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