Doctoral Students' Research Productivity: An Analysis of Publications in Tourism and Hospitality Journals
Chung, Jin Young, Petrick, James, Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sports and Tourism Education
While some tourism and hospitality researchers have examined the research productivity at the level of institutions or scholars holding a PhD degree, few studies on PhD students' research productivity have been conducted. The reason for this absence could be because it is difficult to get comprehensive PhD student lists for all academic institutions. This study therefore attempted to overcome this obstacle. With an alternative regression model (zero-truncated count model), this study aimed to identify significant factors influencing the students' scholarly publications in major tourism and hospitality journals. The results showed that two variables - productivity of …
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Publication information: Article title: Doctoral Students' Research Productivity: An Analysis of Publications in Tourism and Hospitality Journals. Contributors: Chung, Jin Young - Author, Petrick, James - Author. Journal title: Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sports and Tourism Education. Volume: 10. Issue: 1 Publication date: April 2011. Page number: 63+. © OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY Apr 2010. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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