Browsing School of Hotel Administration Collection by Subject "national differences"
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(1997-01-01)Tipping is a widespread custom in which service patrons give voluntary payments of money to the workers who have served them. This study found that tipping is more prevalent in countries the greater the value their citizens ...
(2006-01-01)[Excerpt] Tipping is an interesting economic behavior because it is an expense that consumers are free to avoid. Although called for by social norms, tips are not legally required. Furthermore, since tips are not given ...