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Connecting Personal Biography And Social History: Women Casino Workers And The Global Economy, Jill B. Jones, Susan Chandler 2015 University of Nevada, Reno

Connecting Personal Biography And Social History: Women Casino Workers And The Global Economy, Jill B. Jones, Susan Chandler

The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare

Economic globalization has been described as the "most fundamental redesign of the planet's political and economic arrangements since as least the industrial revolution" (Mander, 1996). This article explores its implications in the lives of a group of women casino workers. Based on a qualitative study in which data were collected from key informants, focus groups of community leaders and professionals, and in-depth interviews with women casino workers themselves, the study attempts, in the spirit of C. Wright Mills (1959) and social work's tradition of person-in-environment, to connect "the patterns of [individual] lives and the course of world history."


A Checklist: Questions That New Gaming Jurisdictions Need To Consider In Adopting Gaming Laws And Regulations, Anthony Cabot 2015 Lewis Roca Rothgerber LLP

A Checklist: Questions That New Gaming Jurisdictions Need To Consider In Adopting Gaming Laws And Regulations, Anthony Cabot

UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal

Review Article: This checklist sets out the major items that should be considered in crafting a regulatory system.


Book Review: Chopsticks And Gambling, By Desmond Lam, Ph.D., Andrew Gustafson 2015 Creighton University

Book Review: Chopsticks And Gambling, By Desmond Lam, Ph.D., Andrew Gustafson

UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal

Book Review:

Desmond Lam. Chopsticks and Gambling. Transaction Publishers, 2014. 172pp. (Cloth) ISBN 978-4128-5393-4


Ecommerce Market Convergence In Action: Social Casinos And Real Money Gambling, Brett Abarbanel, Ardeshir Rahman 2015 University of California, Los Angeles

Ecommerce Market Convergence In Action: Social Casinos And Real Money Gambling, Brett Abarbanel, Ardeshir Rahman

UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal

The social casino and real money gambling industries, including gambling at online and live venues (such as casino resorts), are quickly converging (H2 Gambling Capital & Odobo, 2013). Differences in demographics and gambling behaviors for different frequencies of social casino participation among real money online gamblers are examined to explore customer behaviors between the two markets. Frequency of play in social casino games varied depending on gender and education, similar to patterns in real money gambling. Players who participated more frequently in social casino games were also more likely to spend more time participating in real money online gambling, suggested to ...


Predicting Cross-Gaming Propensity Using E-Chaid Analysis, Eunju Suh, Matt Alhaery 2015 Florida International University

Predicting Cross-Gaming Propensity Using E-Chaid Analysis, Eunju Suh, Matt Alhaery

UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal

Cross-selling different types of games could provide an opportunity for casino operators to generate additional time and money spent on gaming from existing patrons. One way to identify the patrons who are likely to cross-play is mining individual players’ gaming data using predictive analytics. Hence, this study aims to predict casino patrons’ propensity to play both slots and table games, also known as cross-gaming, by applying a data-mining algorithm to patrons’ gaming data. The Exhaustive Chi-squared Automatic Interaction Detector (E-CHAID) method was employed to predict cross-gaming propensity. The E-CHAID models based on the gaming-related behavioral data produced actionable model accuracy ...


Thornton's Restaurant : Tasting Menu With Prestige Pairings, Thornton's Restaurant 2015 Dublin Institute of Technology

Thornton's Restaurant : Tasting Menu With Prestige Pairings, Thornton's Restaurant

Menus of the 21st Century

1st Floor, The Fitzwilliam Hotel, 128 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Thornton's Restaurant, located in Dublin City Centre overlooking St Stephen's Green is an award winning Michelin starred restaurant.

Kevin Thornton was the first Irish chef to achieve two Michelin stars. His cooking, while contemporary, is informed by the distinctive flavours of local produce, and by his vivid memories of the food of his childhood.


Thornton's Restaurant : Surprise Canapé Tasting Menu, Thornton's Restaurant 2015 Dublin Institute of Technology

Thornton's Restaurant : Surprise Canapé Tasting Menu, Thornton's Restaurant

Menus of the 21st Century

1st Floor, The Fitzwilliam Hotel, 128 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Thornton's Restaurant, located in Dublin City Centre overlooking St Stephen's Green is an award winning Michelin starred restaurant.

Kevin Thornton was the first Irish chef to achieve two Michelin stars. His cooking, while contemporary, is informed by the distinctive flavours of local produce, and by his vivid memories of the food of his childhood.


Thornton's Restaurant : Lunch Menu, Thornton's Restaurant 2015 Dublin Institute of Technology

Thornton's Restaurant : Lunch Menu, Thornton's Restaurant

Menus of the 21st Century

1st Floor, The Fitzwilliam Hotel, 128 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Thornton's Restaurant, located in Dublin City Centre overlooking St Stephen's Green is an award winning Michelin starred restaurant.

Kevin Thornton was the first Irish chef to achieve two Michelin stars. His cooking, while contemporary, is informed by the distinctive flavours of local produce, and by his vivid memories of the food of his childhood.


Thornton's Restaurant : Dinner Menu, Thornton's Restaurant 2015 Dublin Institute of Technology

Thornton's Restaurant : Dinner Menu, Thornton's Restaurant

Menus of the 21st Century

1st Floor, The Fitzwilliam Hotel, 128 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Thornton's Restaurant, located in Dublin City Centre overlooking St Stephen's Green is an award winning Michelin starred restaurant.

Kevin Thornton was the first Irish chef to achieve two Michelin stars. His cooking, while contemporary, is informed by the distinctive flavours of local produce, and by his vivid memories of the food of his childhood.


Thornton's Restaurant : Tasting Menu, Thornton's Restaurant 2015 Dublin Institute of Technology

Thornton's Restaurant : Tasting Menu, Thornton's Restaurant

Menus of the 21st Century

1st Floor, The Fitzwilliam Hotel, 128 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Thornton's Restaurant, located in Dublin City Centre overlooking St Stephen's Green is an award winning Michelin starred restaurant.

Kevin Thornton was the first Irish chef to achieve two Michelin stars. His cooking, while contemporary, is informed by the distinctive flavours of local produce, and by his vivid memories of the food of his childhood.


Thornton's Restaurant : Pre-Theatre Menu, Thornton's Restaurant 2015 Dublin Institute of Technology

Thornton's Restaurant : Pre-Theatre Menu, Thornton's Restaurant

Menus of the 21st Century

1st Floor, The Fitzwilliam Hotel, 128 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Thornton's Restaurant, located in Dublin City Centre overlooking St Stephen's Green is an award winning Michelin starred restaurant.

Kevin Thornton was the first Irish chef to achieve two Michelin stars. His cooking, while contemporary, is informed by the distinctive flavours of local produce, and by his vivid memories of the food of his childhood.


Thornton's Restaurant : Vegetarian Menu, Thornton's Restaurant 2015 Dublin Institute of Technology

Thornton's Restaurant : Vegetarian Menu, Thornton's Restaurant

Menus of the 21st Century

1st Floor, The Fitzwilliam Hotel, 128 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Thornton's Restaurant, located in Dublin City Centre overlooking St Stephen's Green is an award winning Michelin starred restaurant.

Kevin Thornton was the first Irish chef to achieve two Michelin stars. His cooking, while contemporary, is informed by the distinctive flavours of local produce, and by his vivid memories of the food of his childhood.


Raise The Bar, Matt Wettengel, Briana Wengert, Kait McKinney 2015 Iowa State University

Raise The Bar, Matt Wettengel, Briana Wengert, Kait Mckinney

Ethos

They’re a staple of any college town, and in Ames some are notorious for being a little less than sanitary. Current standards in Iowa require inspections of most bars only once every two years, despite recent closings due to roach infestations and repeated violations.


From Concept To Impact: Beginning With The End In Mind Highlights Of The 2015 Cornell Hospitality Entrepreneurship Roundtable, Mona Anita K. Olsen Ph.D., Kelly McDarby, Joanne Jihwan Park 2015 Cornell University

From Concept To Impact: Beginning With The End In Mind Highlights Of The 2015 Cornell Hospitality Entrepreneurship Roundtable, Mona Anita K. Olsen Ph.D., Kelly Mcdarby, Joanne Jihwan Park

Center for Hospitality Research Reports

Among the many topics that directly affect entrepreneurs’ success are these five: franchising, funding, technology, opportunity recognition, and legal arrangements. The inaugural roundtable convened by The Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute for Hospitality Entrepreneurship at the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University addressed these five topics, with a goal of supporting hospitality entrepreneurs from concept to impact. The institute provides a springboard for hospitality entrepreneurs, particularly students at the School of Hotel Administration.


Business As Missions: Applying Business As Missions To The Hospitality Industry, Leah J. Reist 2015 Liberty University

Business As Missions: Applying Business As Missions To The Hospitality Industry, Leah J. Reist

Senior Honors Theses

Business is a vehicle highly useful for achieving specific missions for the kingdom of God that could not otherwise be accomplished. A Business as Missions (BAM) organization is one structure of business that focuses intently on accomplishing the mission of reaching others for the kingdom of God. BAMs can be utilized in virtually any industry; however, the following thesis focuses on the unique opportunities that exist within the hospitality industry. These unique opportunities are present because of its relational components and consumer demands for community and social interaction. A hostel is one specific form of a hospitality company that has ...


Subordinates' Perspective On Ethical Leadership And Managerial Effectiveness, P.A -. Obicci 2015 POA-KITTIM CONSULTANTS

Subordinates' Perspective On Ethical Leadership And Managerial Effectiveness, P.A -. Obicci

Peter Adoko Obicci

The aim of this study is to examine the dimensions of ethical leadership and managerial effectiveness for quality performance in public sector organization. The data were obtained from the interview of 42 subordinate employees using critical intensive technique. Results reveal that ethical leadership and managerial effectiveness are very important for quality performance of an organization. The study contributes to turning ethical leadership and managerial effectiveness processes into management realities for the promotion of organizational success.


The Mobile Revolution Is Here: Are You Ready?, Heather Linton, Robert J. Kwortnik Ph.D. 2015 Cornell University

The Mobile Revolution Is Here: Are You Ready?, Heather Linton, Robert J. Kwortnik Ph.D.

Center for Hospitality Research Reports

With the rise of smartphones and tablets, travelers now have remarkable connectivity that allows them to make travel arrangements and share information before, during, and after their trips. A 2014 survey by the Pew Research Center found that 58 percent of adults in the United States owned a smartphone.1 With that rapid expansion of mobile devices, one concern is that the hospitality industry might not be ready for the level of mobile accessibility and functionality that customers expect. In that regard, an analysis by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) found that although most travel companies recognize that mobile is ...


What’S Next In Loyalty Programs: Highlights Of The 2014 Cornell Loyalty Program Management Roundtable, Michael McCall Ph.D. 2015 Cornell University School of Hotel Administration

What’S Next In Loyalty Programs: Highlights Of The 2014 Cornell Loyalty Program Management Roundtable, Michael Mccall Ph.D.

Center for Hospitality Research Reports

Loyalty programs have hit the maturity stage in the hospitality industries,” stated loyalty roundtable chair Michael McCall, as he opened the first session, “and many firms are now struggling to demonstrate the return on the investment in these programs and also to advance them to the next level. The goal of this roundtable is to discuss ways loyalty program executives can continue to extract value for these programs.” Held in Spring 2014 at the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University, the roundtable brought together leading practitioners and researchers to examine ways to improve loyalty program management.


Consumer Perceptions Of Sustainability In The Cruise Industry, Lindsay Marie Ackerman 2015 Florida International University

Consumer Perceptions Of Sustainability In The Cruise Industry, Lindsay Marie Ackerman

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This thesis addresses the lack of available research regarding consumer perceptions of sustainability in the cruise industry. The study was conducted by administering an anonymous online survey with cruise message board participants and social media users. The survey was available to all consumers, including consumers who have not cruised. The survey focused on general reasons a consumer books a cruise, consumer travel behaviors, sustainability of the cruise industry, and sustainable factors that may impact a consumers’ choice of a cruise line. The goal of this research was to determine any patterns and trends that may emerge regarding consumer perceptions. The ...


Looking Under The Hood: The Catalysts Of Hotel Credit Spreads, Jan A. deRoos Ph.D., Crocker Liu Ph.D., Andrey Ukhov Ph.D. 2015 Cornell University

Looking Under The Hood: The Catalysts Of Hotel Credit Spreads, Jan A. Deroos Ph.D., Crocker Liu Ph.D., Andrey Ukhov Ph.D.

Center for Hospitality Research Reports

The interest-rate spread (or credit spread) between hotel loans and office building loans is an effective predictor of the relative change in delinquency for hotel loans, as explained in a prior report, “A New Canary for Hotel Mortgage Market Distress” (published by the CHR). In this companion report, we take a look under the loan spread hood to see what are the catalysts that drive that credit spread (which is also known as the relative risk premium or risk premium differential). Using a Vector Autoregression (VAR) statistical framework, we find that hotel credit spreads (against office loans) widen if the ...


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