Now showing items 313-332 of 2010

    • Calculating Damage Awards in Hotel Management Agreement Terminations 

      deRoos, Jan A.; Berman, Scott (2014-08-01)
      When a hotel management agreement is terminated without the consent of the manager, the law clearly allows the manager to recover damages (from the owner) as a result of the termination. In most cases, the owners and ...
    • Calculating Damage Awards in Hotel Management Agreement Terminations 

      deRoos, Jan A.; Berman, Scott D. (2014-08-01)
      When a hotel management agreement is terminated without the consent of the manager, the law clearly allows the manager to recover damages (from the owner) as a result of the termination. In most cases, the owners and ...
    • Calculating Hotel Industry Impact: The Case of Hilton Lightstay 

      Foster, Daniella; Ricaurte, Eric; Farrar, Lindy (2019-10-01)
      With the development of such initiatives as the Paris Agreement and UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), many of the world’s nations are pledging action to address concerns regarding carbon production and energy use. ...
    • Call for Papers 

      Unknown author (2015-06-01)
    • Can Customers Detect Script Usage in Service Encounters? An Experimental Video Analysis 

      Victorino, Liana; Verma, Rohit; Bonner, Bryan L.; Wardell, Don G. (2012-01-01)
      Service scripts are predetermined guides for employees to follow when delivering service to customers. Some services require employees to strictly follow a script, whereas others use scripts more flexibly, if at all. Extant ...
    • Can Fund Managers Select Outperforming REITs? Examining Fund Holdings and Trades 

      Cici, Gjergji; Corgel, John B.; Gibson, Scott (2011-10-01)
      Despite at least six empirical studies published since 2000 designed to assess fund managers’ Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT)-selection ability, their skill remains in question. Unlike previous studies, we examine fund ...
    • Can Short-Term Rental Arrangements Increase Home Values? A Case for AirBNB and Other Home Sharing Arrangements 

      Jefferson-Jones, Jamila (2015-06-01)
      The sharing economy or “new economy”1 has redefined consumption in the housing context in a manner that impacts traditional notions regarding home values and neighborhood integrity. Housing sharing allows owners to share ...
    • Can the Sun Rise on Sunset? A Case in Human Resources and Organizational Behavior 

      Brownell, Judi (2002-08-30)
      Events at the Sunset Hotel illustrate the numerous human resources issues that can develop when a senior manager who was passed over for promotion distorts messages and undermines his supervisor’s constructive change ...
    • Can You Hear Me Now? Earnings Surprises and Investor Distraction in the Hospitality Industry 

      Moulton, Pamela (2013-11-01)
      One explanation for the phenomenon of stock price drift involves the limitations of investors’ attention span. This study finds that investors often under-react to earnings announcements when numerous firms release their ...
    • Capacity- and Demand-Management Decisions at a Ski Resort 

      Pullman, Madeleine E.; Thompson, Gary (2002-12-01)
      [Excerpt] Capacity planning is a dominant issue when developing hospitality-operations strategies. From relatively small-scale settings such as restaurants to massive venues such as cruise ships and theme parks, managers ...
    • Capital Expenditures, Asset Dispositions, and the Real Estate Cycle 

      Ambrose, Brent W.; Steiner, Eva (2017-05-01)
      Recent empirical research provides evidence on the asset disposition choices of individual and institutional real estate investors that is consistent with the `disposition effect'. We propose a value-add investment strategy ...
    • Capturing Customer Heterogeneity using a Finite Mixture PLS Approach 

      Hahn, Carsten; Johnson, Michael D.; Herrmann, Andreas; Huber, Frank (2002-07-01)
      An approach for capturing unobserved customer heterogeneity in structural equation modeling is proposed based on partial least squares. The method uses a modified finite-mixture distribution approach. An empirical analysis ...
    • Card-checks and Neutrality Agreements: How Hotel Unions Staged a Comeback in 2006 

      Sherwyn, David J.D.; Eigen, Zev J. J.D. (2007-04-01)
      Summer 2006 saw multiple negotiations between the big-city hotel operators and UNITE HERE, the union that represents hotel employees. The negotiations represented the culmination of the union's carefully set strategy to ...
    • Carnival Cruise Lines: Burnishing the Brand 

      Kwortnik, Robert J. Jr. (2006-08-01)
      The case of Carnival Cruise Lines chronicles the company’s birth and development as it redefined the leisure cruise industry. With a theme of “Fun Ships” and low pricing, Carnival appealed to a diverse market. Under the ...
    • Case Competition Highlights 

      Unknown author (2014-06-01)
      Graduate real estate education has embraced the concept of Case Competitions as a way to apply education-based learning to real world project simulation. In this issue of the Review, an inaugural recognition and composite ...
    • Case Competition Highlights 

      Unknown author (2015-06-01)
    • Case Competitions 

      Unknown author (2019-04-25)
      [Excerpt] Cornell University continued its strong showing this past year in several case competitions across the country winning 1st place in the Argus University Challenge, 3rd place at the University of Miami Impact ...
    • Case Competitions 

      Unknown author (2018-05-04)
      Cornell graduate real estate students continued their success in national real estate case competitions over the past year, including a second-place finish in the 2017 Impact Investing in Commercial Real Estate Competition ...
    • Case Competitions 

      Unknown author (2020-06-29)
    • Case Study: Blue Heaven Science and Technology Campus 

      Olsen, C. Bradley; Kim, Byung Gweon; Kwon, Chul Hwan; Lin, Chun-ju (Vivian); So, Philip Hei Tung (2003-06-01)
      [Excerpt] A regional light rail authority (“Authority”) in a large metropolitan area is involved in major extension of its services and is facing a funding shortage. The Authority has elected to raise additional funds from ...