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The highs and lows of acclimatising: Strategies and stories from Lenin Peak

Presentation / Conference
Taylor, S. (2019, November)
The highs and lows of acclimatising: Strategies and stories from Lenin Peak. Presented at British Mountain Medicine Society (BMMS) Science Day, Bamford
Presentation given to British Mountain Medicine Society at its 2019 Science day on November 13th, 2019. Based on research carried out on Lenin Peak in Kyrgyzstan, the issue o...

Lenin Peak 7,134 - The World's easiest Seven Thousander?

Other
Taylor, S. (2019)
Lenin Peak 7,134 - The World's easiest Seven Thousander?. United Kingdom
This online article explores the key influences upon successfully climbing Lenin Peak based upon recent research on tourism activity on this mountain on the Kyrgyzstan/Tajikis...

Sustainable mountaineering tourism on Lenin Peak, Kyrgyzstan: Current issues and potential solutions

Presentation / Conference
Taylor, S., & Komissarov, V. (2019, June)
Sustainable mountaineering tourism on Lenin Peak, Kyrgyzstan: Current issues and potential solutions. Paper presented at 7th International Adventure Conference, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland
Introduction This paper is concerned with the impacts of mountaineering tourism on the 7,134 metre Lenin Peak, the most popular high mountain in Kyrgyzstan. Like Mont Blanc o...

A critical assessment of mountaineering tourism on Lenin Peak, Kyrgyzstan: Current issues and potential solutions

Report
Komissarov, V., & Taylor, S. (2019)
A critical assessment of mountaineering tourism on Lenin Peak, Kyrgyzstan: Current issues and potential solutions. Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyz Republic Ministry of Culture, Communication and Tourism
This report was produced for the Ministry of Culture, Communication and Tourism of the Kyrgyz Republic. It provides an assessment of the environmental and economic impacts of...

Restraining opportunism in hotel management contracts

Journal Article
Panvisavas, V., & Taylor, J. S. (2008)
Restraining opportunism in hotel management contracts. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 8(4), 324-336. https://doi.org/10.1057/thr.2008.33
Management contracts are widely used throughout the world as a mechanism for separating the ownership of hotel properties and their management. The research reported here conc...

The perceived influence of centralising operations in chain hotels

Journal Article
Espino-Rodríguez, T. F., & Taylor, J. S. (2006)
The perceived influence of centralising operations in chain hotels. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 6(4), 251-266. https://doi.org/10.1057/palgrave.thr.6050022
This paper makes an exploratory study of the centralisation of operations in hotels that belong to a chain and are located in a tourist destination. Although hotels are increa...

The use of management contracts by international hotel firms in Thailand

Journal Article
Panvisavas, V., & Taylor, J. S. (2006)
The use of management contracts by international hotel firms in Thailand. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 18(3), 231-245. https://doi.org/10.1108/09596110610658634
Purpose Seeks to examine the extent to which management contracts used by international hotel firms in Thailand mirror those used in the USA. Design/methodology/approach The ...

The Effectiveness of Convention and Exhibition Websites A Transatlantic Comparison and Future Scenario

Journal Article
Myung, S., Morrison, A. M., & Taylor, J. S. (2005)
The Effectiveness of Convention and Exhibition Websites A Transatlantic Comparison and Future Scenario. Tourism Recreation Research, 30(3), 49-59. https://doi.org/10.1080/02508281.2005.11081486
Meeting planners are now frequently using the Web as a resource for finding site information, while the Internet has also become increasingly important on the supply side of t...

Stakeholders' perceptions of the DCF method in hotel valuations

Journal Article
Verginis, C. S., & Stephen Taylor, J. (2004)
Stakeholders' perceptions of the DCF method in hotel valuations. Property Management, 22(5), 358-376. https://doi.org/10.1108/02637470410570743
The main stakeholder of any valuation is the commissioning party and the outcome of the valuation process will determine for the commissioning party the value of the asset. Th...

Marketing small hotels on the World Wide Web

Journal Article
Morrison, A. M., Taylor, S., Morrison, A. J., & Morrison, A. D. (1999)
Marketing small hotels on the World Wide Web. Information Technology and Tourism, 2(2), 97-113
Small hotels face an uphill battle, as the larger hotel companies become more dominant in die marketplace. The Internet and World Wide Web may offer the small hotelier a lifel...