Abraham Pizam spends much of his time researching Marketing, Destinations, Social psychology, Advertising and Economic growth. His work on Consumer behaviour as part of general Marketing study is frequently linked to Respondent, bridging the gap between disciplines. While the research belongs to areas of Destinations, Abraham Pizam spends his time largely on the problem of Economy, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Tourist destinations.
As a member of one scientific family, Abraham Pizam mostly works in the field of Social psychology, focusing on International comparisons and, on occasion, Young adult. He combines subjects such as Impacts of tourism, Market segmentation and Bed and breakfast with his study of Economic growth. His Hospitality research focuses on subjects like Hospitality management studies, which are linked to Public relations.
His main research concerns Marketing, Hospitality, Advertising, Hospitality industry and Hospitality management studies. His Marketing research focuses on Tourism geography and how it connects with Ecotourism. His Hospitality study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Public relations.
Abraham Pizam combines topics linked to Tourist destinations with his work on Advertising. His Hospitality management studies research incorporates elements of Management, Higher education and Compensation. Abraham Pizam performs multidisciplinary study on Destinations and Terrorism in his works.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Hospitality, Advertising, Hospitality industry and Hospitality management studies. His work deals with themes such as Consistency and Tourist industry, which intersect with Marketing. Abraham Pizam has researched Hospitality in several fields, including Public relations and Knowledge management.
Abraham Pizam is studying Consumer behaviour, which is a component of Advertising. His studies in Hospitality industry integrate themes in fields like Organizational behavior and Workplace romance. His studies deal with areas such as Higher education and Library science as well as Hospitality management studies.
Marketing, Hospitality, Advertising, Hospitality industry and Hospitality management studies are his primary areas of study. His Marketing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ecotourism, Consistency and Tourist industry. His research in Hospitality intersects with topics in Criminology, Public relations and Knowledge management.
The Advertising study combines topics in areas such as Capital, Blessing and Peer-to-peer. The concepts of his Hospitality industry study are interwoven with issues in Attitudinal analytics, Service quality, Customer satisfaction, Voice of the customer and Customer intelligence. The study incorporates disciplines such as Higher education and Library science in addition to Hospitality management studies.
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The Role of Awareness and Familiarity with a Destination: The Central Florida Case:
Ady Milman;Abraham Pizam.
Tourism's Impacts: The Social Costs to the Destination Community as Perceived by Its Residents
Customer satisfaction and its measurement in hospitality enterprises
Abraham Pizam;Taylor Ellis.
Dimentions of tourist satisfaction with a destination area
Abraham Pizam;Yoram Neumann;Arie Reichel.
Perceived impacts of tourism: The case of samos
Nicholas Haralambopoulos;Abraham Pizam.
Social impacts of tourism on Central Florida.
Ady Milman;Abraham Pizam.
Social impacts of tourism: Host perceptions
Brian Edward Melville King;Abraham Pizam;Ady Milman.
Tourism constraints among Israeli seniors
Aliza Fleischer;Abraham Pizam.
Consumer Behavior in Travel and Tourism
Abraham Pizam;Yoel Mansfeld.
Tourism, crime and international security issues.
Abraham Pizam;Y. Mansfeld.
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