His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Hospitality industry, Advertising, Hospitality and Research findings. His work deals with themes such as User-generated content and Tourism destinations, which intersect with Marketing. His Hospitality industry research includes elements of Citizenship, Social responsibility, Conceptual framework and Corporate social responsibility.
His Advertising study incorporates themes from Social media and Destinations. His study looks at the relationship between Hospitality and fields such as Perception, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work focuses on many connections between Service provider and other disciplines, such as Loyalty, that overlap with his field of interest in Social psychology.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Hospitality, Hospitality industry, Advertising and Knowledge management. His work on Strategic planning as part of general Marketing study is frequently connected to Structural equation modeling, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Hospitality research focuses on Hospitality management studies and how it relates to Strategic financial management.
Fevzi Okumus combines subjects such as Tourist industry, Human resource management and Process with his study of Hospitality industry. His Process study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hotel management and Process management. He works mostly in the field of Advertising, limiting it down to concerns involving Social media and, occasionally, Consumer behaviour.
Fevzi Okumus mainly focuses on Hospitality, Marketing, Hospitality industry, Knowledge management and Practical implications. His Hospitality study combines topics in areas such as Intercultural communication, Service, Strategic management, Regional science and Field. Fevzi Okumus regularly ties together related areas like Hospitality management studies in his Marketing studies.
His research in Hospitality management studies focuses on subjects like Customer engagement, which are connected to Content analysis. Fevzi Okumus has researched Hospitality industry in several fields, including Resource, Hotel management, Public relations and Process management. His Knowledge management research incorporates themes from Hotel industry and Competitor analysis.
His primary areas of investigation include Hospitality, Hospitality industry, Marketing, Practical implications and Social psychology. The Hospitality study combines topics in areas such as Personal life, Turnover and Flexibility. His Hospitality industry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Business administration and Developing country.
His Marketing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Human resources, Consolidation and Hospitality management studies. His work on Place attachment and Mediation as part of general Social psychology research is often related to Exhibition and Significant difference, thus linking different fields of science. His work carried out in the field of Strategic management brings together such families of science as Ambidexterity, Job performance, Empirical research, Field and Co-citation.
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Incorporating local and international cuisines in the marketing of tourism destinations: The cases of Hong Kong and Turkey
Bendegul Okumus;Fevzi Okumus;Bob McKercher.
Corporate social responsibility: what are top hotel companies reporting?
Judy L. Holcomb;Randall S. Upchurch;Fevzi Okumus.
An epistemological view of consumer experiences.
Andrew R. Walls;Fevzi Okumus;Youcheng (Raymond) Wang;David Joon-Wuk Kwun.
A framework to implement strategies in organizations
Co-production versus co-creation : a process based continuum in the hotel service context
Prakash Chathoth;Levent Altinay;Robert James Harrington;Fevzi Okumus.
Food Tourism as a Viable Market Segment: It's All How You Cook the Numbers!
Bob McKercher;Fevzi Okumus;Bendegul Okumus.
Understanding Satisfied and Dissatisfied Hotel Customers: Text Mining of Online Hotel Reviews
Katerina Berezina;Anil Bilgihan;Cihan Cobanoglu;Fevzi Okumus.
Understanding the Consumer Experience: An Exploratory Study of Luxury Hotels
Andrew Walls;Fevzi Okumus;Youcheng (Raymond) Wang;David Joon-Wuk Kwun.
Towards a strategy implementation framework
What keeps the mobile hotel booking users loyal? Investigating the roles of self-efficacy, compatibility, perceived ease of use, and perceived convenience
Ahmet Bulent Ozturk;Anil Bilgihan;Khaldoon Nusair;Fevzi Okumus.
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