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Hospitality managers must have a breadth of knowledge spanning manage ment, psychology, economics, engineering, architecture, accounting, food technology, marketing, and law; they must often be mobile, because ad vancement in most chains entails frequent relocation; long hours and work during...
An interregional analysis suggests that the total risk of an investment combination is less than the sum of the risk of its individual components.
Although time-sharing is by no means a panacea for the hotel operator's all-too-frequent problem of underutilized capacity, it can contribute to a smoothing of seasonal peaks and valleys in occupancy. The author intro duces the time-sharing concept and presents a proposal for disentangling the...
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