Natalie Haynes
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The Future Impact of Changes in Rate Parity Agreements on Hotel Chains: The long-term implications of the removal of rate parity agreements between hotels and online travel …
N Haynes, D Egan
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 32 (7), 923-933, 2015
The evolution of competitor data collection in the hotel industry and its application to revenue management and pricing
N Haynes
Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management 15 (3), 258-263, 2016
Manager perceptions of big data reliability in hotel revenue management decision making
D Egan, NC Haynes
International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, 2019
Towards an understanding of how Big Data is changing revenue management in hotels
N Haynes, D Egan
University of Surrey Conference, 2016
The perceptions of frontline employees towards hotel overbooking practices: exploring ethical challenges
N Haynes, D Egan
Journal of Revenue and Pricing Management, 1-10, 2020
Revisiting the relevance of economic theory to hotel revenue management education and practice in the era of Big Data
N Haynes, D Egan
Research in Hospitality Management 7 (1), 65-73, 2017
Big Data in Hospitality-The Struggle for Definition
N Haynes, D Egan
EuroCHRIE, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK, 2015
Robots, artificial intelligence and service automation in travel, tourism and hospitality
NC Haynes
Journal of Tourism Futures, 2020
The Future of Hospitality Management Education
A Ali, D Egan, N Haynes, C Holland, E Martin
Sheffield Hallam University, 2020
The implications of “miniaturism” for urban tourism destination futures–from micropubs to microbars
NC Haynes, D Egan
Journal of Tourism Futures, 2019
Big data usage in transient hotel room pricing: deconstructing a black box
N Haynes
PQDT-Global, 2018
The future of Big Data and its impact on unit level hotel operations.
N Haynes, D Egan
32nd EuroCHRIE conference" Hospitality and Tourism Futures", Dubai 6-9 …, 2014
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