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Manuscript deadline
03 October 2020

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Anatolia

Special Issue Editor(s)

Dr. Randall S. Upchurch, Florida Gulf Coast University
[email protected]

Dr. Catherine Curtis, Oklahoma State University
[email protected]

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Entrepreneurship and Innovation within Hospitality and Tourism

Anatolia is seeking submissions of the very highest academic quality conceptual or empirical research including primary research and/or secondary data analysis that have something important to contribute to the topic of entrepreneurship, using innovative methods and techniques to understand the managerial and theoretical implications of hospitality entrepreneurship. We are not accepting commentaries, opinion pieces, or descriptive studies. In line with the Journal’s guidelines, we will keep the breadth and focus of the topic necessarily broad so as to seek the very best interdisciplinary contributions on this emerging subject area.

Information concerning Anatolia is located at https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rana20/current. It is recommended that you review this journal’s Twitter account for a broader perspective of the journal’s scope and vision (https://twitter.com/AnatoliaJournal).

The editors assigned to this special edition are:

Dr. Randall S. Upchurch, Professor

School of Resort & Hospitality Management

Florida Gulf Coast University

Fort Myers, Florida Gulf Coast University

Email: [email protected]

Dr. Catherine Curtis, Associate Professor

School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Spears School of Business

Oklahoma State University

Stillwater Oklahoma

Email: [email protected]

We are seeking high quality conceptual or empirical papers that will be cited as key contributions to the emerging hospitality entrepreneurship body of knowledge. The expectation is that the literature review section of the manuscript will succinctly address mainstream entrepreneurship literature leaving authors with dedicated time to discuss their findings along with managerial implications.

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Submission Instructions

We welcome manuscripts representing research areas within the topics of entrepreneurship and innovation, encompassing:

  • product and service strategies
  • best practices or policies that instill and promote entrepreneurship and innovation
  • product or service innovation and other intangibles
  • global challenges or milestones influencing entrepreneurship and innovation
  • workflow process improvement or new process development
  • product or service design strategies
  • innovative approaches (e.g., operations, marketing, technology, or structural design)

Manuscripts will be assessed and sent out for review with an expected target publication date of December 2020. Papers submitted should be innovative relative to ideas, methodology, theoretical development, and practical implications. For preparation, please refer to the Instructions for Authors available on the Journal’s homepage. Papers should be up to 8,000 words plus figures and tables, contain a title of four to five words. The manuscript may be edited down if referees deem it necessary.

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