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    • Regime Shifts in Asian Equity and Real Estate Markets 

      Kallberg, Jarl G.; Liu, Crocker H.; Pasquariello, Paolo (2002-01-01)
      This paper applies a new statistical technology for identifying regime shifts to analyze recent data on real estate and equity markets in eight developing Far Eastern countries in the 1992–1998 time period. We find that ...
    • Regional Contrasts in Consumers’ Attitudes and Behavior Following the BP Oil Spill 

      Susskind, Alex M.; Bonn, Mark A.; Lawrence, Benjamin; Furr, H. Leslie (2016-02-01)
      In this paper, we examine how consumers’ reactions to the British Petrolium (BP) oil spill and their attitudes about the Gulf of Mexico as a tourism destination differ as a function of the respondents’ geographic location ...
    • REIT Capital Structure Choices: Preparation Matters 

      Pavlov, Andrey; Steiner, Eva; Wachter, Susan (2016-02-29)
      Sun, Titman, and Twite (2015) find that capital structure risks, namely high leverage and a high share of short-term debt, reduced the cumulative total return of US REITs in the 2007-2009 financial crisis. We find that ...
    • REITs: Structure and Performance 

      Boudry, Walter I.; Kallberg, Jarl G. (2014-09-08)
      [Excerpt] REITs are attractive to investors, particularly institutional investors, due to their high dividend payouts and ability to provide more liquidity to the underlying market for direct real estate investment. This ...
    • Relational Listening: Fostering Effective Communication Practices in Diverse Organizational Environments 

      Brownell, Judi (1994-01-01)
      [Excerpt] Interest in managing workforce diversity in the hospitality industry has grown steadily over the past several decades. Women, for example, are entering service industries and moving into managerial positions at ...
    • Relationships and Hybrid Contracts: An Analysis of Contract Choice in Information Technology 

      Kalnins, Arturs; Mayer, Kyle J. (2004-01-01)
      Selecting the type of contract is an important aspect of governing interfirm transactions. The purpose of this article is to examine the use of fixed-fee and time-and-materials (T&M, or cost-plus) contracts and a hybrid ...
    • Replicating and Extending Our Understanding of How Managers Can Adjust the “Warm Glow Thermostat” 

      Giebelhausen, Michael D.; Chun, HaeEun Helen (2017-05-01)
      This article presents four studies that replicate and extend a recent article examining how guest participation in voluntary green programs (e.g., towel reuse) increases service satisfaction by evoking a “warm glow” response. ...
    • Representing Employee Requirements in Labor Tour Scheduling 

      Thompson, Gary (1993-07-01)
      In this paper, we use the methodology of simulation to evaluate six approaches for handling employee requirements In an LP-based labour tour scheduling heuristic. We model employee requirements both as minimum acceptable ...
    • Research and the Center for Hospitality Research 

      Thompson, Gary (2004-08-01)
      As you will find on our Web site (http://TheCenterForHospitalityResearch.org), the Center’s mission is defined as follows: to enable and conduct research of significance to the hospitality industry, while building important ...
    • Research on Behavioral Integrity: A Promising Construct for Positive Organizational Scholarship 

      Simons, Tony L.; Tomlinson, Edward C.; Leroy, Hannes (2011-01-01)
      Behavioral integrity (BI) is the perception that another person, group, or entity lives by his word—delivers on promises and enacts the same values he espouses. This construct is more basic than trust or justice, and is ...
    • Research Opportunities in Service Process Design 

      Hill, Arthur V.; Collier, David A.; Froehle, Craig M.; Goodale, John C.; Metters, Richard D.; Verma, Rohit (2002-04-01)
      This paper presents an overview of the new issues and research opportunities related to four service operations design topics—the design of retail and e-tail service processes, design of service processes involving waiting ...
    • Research Reflections 

      Thompson, Gary (2003-10-01)
      This issue of Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly contains a number of articles offering commentaries and updating of earlier-published articles. Cornell Quarterly, which commenced publication in 1960, ...
    • Researching Teams: Nothing's Going to Change Our World 

      Decostanza, Arwen H.; Dirosa, Gia A.; Rogers, Sean; Slaughter, Andrew J.; Estrada, Armando X. (2012-03-01)
      As researchers focused on enhancing the performance of complex teams within military organizations, we offer a uniquely applied perspective to the issues raised in the focal article (Tannenbaum, Mathieu, Salas, & Cohen, ...
    • Resource Control and Visionary Leadership: Two Exercises 

      Lindsay, Cindy P.; Enz, Cathy A. (1991-01-01)
      [Excerpt] The two exercises presented here use five sets of Tinkertoys to illustrate complex management issues. In the first exercise, “Tinkertoy Power,” participants explore issues of resource dependence, power, and ethics. ...
    • Resource-Seeking Agglomeration: A Study of Market Entry in the Lodging Industry 

      Kalnins, Arturs; Chung, Wilbur (2004-05-01)
      We analyze whether firms prefer collocating with incumbent firms when choosing among markets to enter, highlighting the role of resource-seeking as a motivation for collocation. We propose that entrants will locate near ...
    • Resourcefulness In Action: The Case Of Global Diversity Management 

      Creary, Stephanie J. (2016-01-01)
      In this essay, I highlight “social identity resourcing” as a generative mechanism whereby individuals’ social identities are used as assets to develop a vision and strategy for global diversity management. Social identity ...
    • Responses to Lonely Hearts Advertisements: Effects of Reported Physical Attractiveness, Physique, and Coloration 

      Lynn, Michael; Shurgot, Barbara A. (1984-01-01)
      This study employed lonely hearts advertisements to investigate the effects of reported physical appearance on interpersonal attraction. The personal advertisements in a local Columbus magazine were coded in terms of the ...
    • Restaurant Profitability Management: The Evolution of Restaurant Revenue Management 

      Thompson, Gary (2010-08-01)
      While the term restaurant revenue management was defined in this journal in 1998, the history of publications in the Cornell Hospitality Quarterly (CHQ) related to managing restaurant profitability spans nearly fifty years. ...
    • Restaurant Revenue Management at Chevys: Determining the Best Table Mix 

      Kimes, Sheryl E.; Thompson, Gary (2004-08-01)
      Revenue management has been used in a variety of industries and generally takes the form of managing demand by manipulating length of customer usage and price. Supply mix is rarely considered, although it can have considerable ...
    • Restaurant Revenue Management: Applying Yield Management to the Restaurant Industry 

      Kimes, Sheryl E.; Chase, Richard B.; Choi, Sunmee; Lee, Philip Y.; Ngonzi, Elizabeth N. (1998-06-01)
      The crucial element in a strategy for boosting restaurant revenues may be to relate prices to the length of time guests spend at the table. But, as the Witch of the West told Dorothy, the issue is how to do it.