Recession: a chance for hospitality SMEs?

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Nachmias, Stefanos; Paddison, Brendan; Mortimer, Chris;

Purpose – The research takes a comprehensive evaluation of hospitality students’ perceptions towards\ud small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) employment and explores whether the current recession and\ud labour market changes influence hospitality students career-rel... View more
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