Editorial

By Barron, Paul | Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, January 2002 | Go to article overview

Editorial


Barron, Paul, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management


It is with great pleasure that I take over the position of editor for the Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management.

Formerly the Australian Journal of Hospitality Management, the Journal enjoyed eight years of successful publication guided by the very able hand of Paul Morrison. On behalf of the new editorial board, I would like to extend thanks to Paul Morrison and Associate Editors, Hein Ruys and Janelle McPhail for the professional manner in which the Journal has been produced to this point. Additionally, appreciation is given to the former editorial board, many of whom have been involved with the Journal since its inception. The re-evaluation of the Journal has allowed us to update the editorial board and I am delighted to welcome new members and I look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.

The decision to rename and relaunch the Journal has been made as a response to several occurrences. Firstly, since its inception, the Journal had been produced by the Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Property Management at the University of Queensland's Gatton College. In 2000, the Department experienced major changes in personnel, moved to the University of Queensland's new Ipswich campus and was renamed The School of Tourism and Leisure Management. This move, and associated changes, presented the School with a prime opportunity to re-evaluate many aspects of its operation, one of which was the appearance, scope, direction and name of the Journal. Secondly, it was felt that a link could be forged between the Journal and the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) conference.

The relaunch of the Journal also presented the opportunity to re-evaluate its production and distribution. After careful deliberation we decided to produce the Journal in conjunction with Australian Academic Press; locally based publishers who have extensive experience of producing academic journals. This decision has resulted in a more professional appearance and will present more distribution opportunities. …

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