The School of Hotel Administration (SHA) collections in eCommons offer electronic access to unique material that reflects and supports the scholarly community of the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University. Curated by the Nestlé Library and maintained by Cornell University Library, the SHA collections contain works selected from the scholarly output of School of Hotel Administration faculty, centers, and institutes. Additionally, the collections include materials vital to the research of scholars and practitioners within the fields of business, hospitality management, real estate, and other fields in which the School of Hotel Administration is a leader.

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  • Impact of Occupancy Taxes on the Sharing Economy 

    Wrolstad, Jay; Cui, Yao; Davis, Andrew (2022-07-27)
    Efforts to collect occupancy taxes on Airbnb lodging listings, designed by public policy makers to regulate the homesharing market, have put individual hosts at a distinct disadvantage compared to commercial listings, ...
  • Heading into Economic Headwinds 

    Liu, Crocker; Nowak, Adam; White, Robert Jr (2022-07-26)
    The price of hotels rose in all regions except the Mid-Atlantic this quarter. Hotel prices in the Mountain and South Atlantic regions reached new statistical highs, while hotel prices in the Pacific region continued to ...
  • 2022 Cornell Real Estate Review 

    Baker Program in Real Estate (2022-07-18)
    Volume 20 (2022) of the Cornell Real Estate Review
  • Groundedness: Connecting Consumers with Place, People, and Past 

    Wrolstad, Jay (2022-04-19)
    Our fast-paced world keeps picking up speed, with digitization, globalization and mobility recognized widely as signs of progress and innovation—yet for many there is a growing desire to take a step back, catch their breath ...
  • Beware the Ides of March 

    Liu, Crocker; Nowak, Adam; White, Robert Jr (2022-04-18)
    The price of large hotels fell by .25 percent, while that of smaller hotels increased 3.3 percent this quarter. On a regional basis, the MidAtlantic had the best quarterly gains, with the Pacific region also doing well, ...
  • 12th Annual Sustainability Roundtable Highlights 

    Adalja, Aaron; Varney, Jeanne (2022-03-22)
    The Center for Hospitality Research at the Cornell Peter and Stephanie Nolan School of Hotel Administration in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business at hosted its 12th annual Sustainability Roundtable in the fall with ...
  • Shifting Loyalties: Where Has All the Love Gone? 

    Corda, Carolyn (2022-03-16)
    It’s no secret that the consumers’ connection to their preferred brand has frayed during the pandemic-driven downturn in travel. PwC conducted a survey in 2020 which found that 41% of consumers are likely to switch hotels, ...
  • Converging Towards Normalcy 

    Liu, Crocker; Nowak, Adam; White, Robert Jr (2022-01-20)
    Hotel prices continue to converge toward pre-pandemic levels. Gains posted were smaller relative to the previous quarter but higher year over year. Hotels in both gateway and non-gateway cities continue to exhibit positive ...
  • 2020-2021 Year in Review 

    The Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations (2021-11-09)
    2020-2021 Annual Review published by the staff of the Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations (CIHLER) at Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration.
  • 2020-2021 Year in Review 

    Center for Hospitality Research (2021-11-01)
    2020-2021 Annual Review published by the staff of the Center for Hospitality Research (CHR) at Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration.

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