The Hospitality Research Centre
The Hospitality Research Centre is the research unit of Hotelschool The Hague. It is our aim to provide relevant and timely insights to hospitality professionals and students. The Research Centre has published studies about topics such as hospitable behavior, revenue management, Airbnb and ‘sharing’, overtourism, sustainable consumer behavior and circularity in hotels, the design of hospitality education and the application of hospitality principles in other sectors. Our researchers do independent academic research, applied projects for businesses and they frequently speak at international academic and professional conferences.
HTH delegates attend the EuroCHRIE2021 in Aalborg, Denmark
Can sustainable HR management support leaders' wellbeing within remote work?
Anna de Visser-Amundson's paper in the Journal of Marketing Research
Socialisation tactics for self-initiated expatriates
NWO Promotion Grant offered to Ms de Visser-Amundson for her research project 'From Waste to Taste’
The 2nd International Research Symposium brings the hospitality industry and academia together
The research at Hotelschool The Hague revolves around the following key questions for the hospitality profession:
- What is hospitality and what is hospitable behaviour?
- What is the future of hospitality?
These questions are addressed by our researchers in different research lines:
City Hospitality * Hospitality, Happiness and Care * Strategic Foresight * Business Resilience * Digital Transformation in Hospitality * Circularity and Responsible Consumer Behaviour * Sustainable Talent Management.