“Strategic Responses of the Hotel Sector to COVID-19: Toward a Refined Pandemic Crisis Manage Framework” – A Research by Dr. Jenny Le

02 Jun 2021

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic has long-lasting impacts that require the hotel sector to revise, innovate and transform their businesses. However, the literature related to this area remains vastly under-developed. Based on 219 articles collected from global news media and an integrated crisis management framework, this research note map out “strategic responses” from the hotel sector and suggest implications for hotels to address the evolving pandemic situation. Three modifications were proposed to refine and further develop a pandemic crisis management framework.

Authors: Dung Le and other author

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