Rodolfo Baggio mainly focuses on Marketing, Destinations, Knowledge management, Network analysis and Sample. The study incorporates disciplines such as Complex system and Management science in addition to Marketing. Rodolfo Baggio interconnects Information technology and Big data in the investigation of issues within Knowledge management.
Rodolfo Baggio brings together Network analysis and Knowledge sharing to produce work in his papers. Rodolfo Baggio usually deals with Knowledge transfer and limits it to topics linked to Cloud computing and The Internet. The Structure study combines topics in areas such as Data science and Economic geography.
Rodolfo Baggio spends much of his time researching Network analysis, Knowledge management, Marketing, The Internet and Destinations. His Knowledge management research incorporates themes from Information technology and Mobile phone. Rodolfo Baggio studied Marketing and Information and Communications Technology that intersect with Digital business ecosystem.
His research integrates issues of Quality, Advertising and Complex network in his study of The Internet. His study of Destinations brings together topics like Stakeholder, Corporate governance and Structure. His research in Network science tackles topics such as Management science which are related to areas like Sketch and Reductionism.
His primary areas of study are Network analysis, Network topology, Knowledge management, Hospitality and Hospitality management studies. Network analysis is connected with Network science, Complex network analysis, Domestic tourism, Economic geography and Inbound tourism in his study. His Network science research includes themes of Mathematical economics and Scalability.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social network analysis, Data collection, Organizational structure and Organizational theory. He focuses mostly in the field of Originality, narrowing it down to matters related to Data science and, in some cases, Multimethodology, Qualitative research and Social network. His work in the fields of Development overlaps with other areas such as Stability, Turning point and Dynamics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Hospitality, Knowledge management, Hospitality management studies, Research question and Data science. In his papers, Rodolfo Baggio integrates diverse fields, such as Hospitality, Critical reflection, Blockchain, Implementation, Social network and Multimethodology. In his works, Rodolfo Baggio undertakes multidisciplinary study on Knowledge management and Quantitative analysis.
Borrowing concepts from Network science, Rodolfo Baggio weaves in ideas under Hospitality management studies. His study on Research question is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Sample, Scopus, Cluster and Accommodation. The various areas that Rodolfo Baggio examines in his Data science study include Qualitative research, Originality, Peer-to-peer and Consumer behaviour.
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Network Analysis and Tourism
Noel Scott;Rodolfo Baggio;Chris Cooper.
Network Analysis and Tourism: From Theory to Practice
Noel R. Scott;Rodolfo Baggio;Christopher Cooper.
Destination networks: Four Australian cases
Noel Scott;Chris Cooper;Rodolfo Baggio.
Network science: A Review Focused on Tourism
Rodolfo Baggio;Noel Scott;Chris Cooper.
Symptoms of complexity in a tourism system
Tourism Analysis (2008)
Knowledge transfer in a tourism destination: the effects of a network structure
Rodolfo Baggio;Chris Cooper.
Improving tourism destination governance: a complexity science approach
Rodolfo Baggio;Noel Scott;Chris Cooper.
Knowledge transfer in smart tourism destinations: Analyzing the effects of a network structure
Giacomo Del Chiappa;Rodolfo Baggio.
Journal of Destination Marketing and Management (2015)
e-Tourism beyond COVID-19: a call for transformative research
Ulrike Gretzel;Matthias Fuchs;Rodolfo Baggio;Wolfram Hoepken.
The effects of online social media on tourism websites
Roberta Milano;Rodolfo Baggio;Robert Piattelli.
information and communication technologies in tourism (2011)
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