What is the Boston Hospitality Review?
Boston Hospitality Review (BHR) is an authoritative magazine of the Boston University School of Hospitality Administration. With academic articles, blog posts, industry news, and case studies on the hospitality industry, the Boston Hospitality Review takes an in-depth look at the latest industry trends, products, and services. It provides useful information and extensive hospitality knowledge alongside inspiring stories from academics and industry practitioners.
Cutting Edge Insights On Diverse Topics in Hospitality
Hospitality is an ever-changing industry in which new products, strategies, and technologies spring up constantly. To help you prosper amid these changes, Boston Hospitality Review covers a wide variety of topics in the hospitality industry, including food & beverage, marketing, industry trends, human resources, and hotel and lodging. Whether you are a scholar, student, or an industry professional, you can find cutting-edge insights into the industry from the articles written by experts and students in the field. Subscribe to Boston Hospitality Reviews to receive our monthly journal!
We also welcome academic and non-academic contributors to submit their articles on a variety of topics. If you are interested, learn more about our Author Guidelines.
The BHR contributors consist of young and experienced hospitality industry professionals.
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Prospective contributors should review the author guidelines on our website prior to submitting manuscripts.
Opinions expressed in Boston Hospitality Review are solely those of the authors. Boston University and the editors do not necessarily agree with, nor do they endorse these opinions. Boston University and the editors do not endorse companies or products that may be mentioned in articles. The inclusion of such firms is solely at the discretion of the authors. Authors may have ownership interests, consulting arrangements, or other business relationships with these companies.
Readers are welcome to share articles within their professional and personal networks. This means that individuals and organizations may reproduce and distribute unabridged articles, without permission or royalty fee, provided that the materials are distributed without charge. This permission extends to text excerpts, provided that attribution is given to the journal and the authors. However, this permission does not extend to visual excerpts of any type, such as photographs, which may never be reproduced separately from the articles in which they are embedded. For situations in which articles or excerpts are resold for a charge, or included within a package of materials that are sold for a charge, permission is required and a royalty fee may be imposed. These regulations apply to all forms of reproduction, distribution or transmission, in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, digital representation, or any information storage or retrieval system.
BHR is an open-access journal, which means that all full-text articles are freely available for users and institutions to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, link to, or use for any other lawful purpose.
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