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Viachaslau Filimonau
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The COVID-19 pandemic and organisational commitment of senior hotel managers
V Filimonau, B Derqui, J Matute
International journal of hospitality management 91, 102659, 2020
3712020
Food waste management in hospitality operations: A critical review
V Filimonau, A Delysia
Tourism management 71, 234-245, 2019
3552019
A mindful shift: an opportunity for mindfulness-driven tourism in a post-pandemic world
U Stankov, V Filimonau, MD Vujičić
Tourism Geographies 22 (3), 703-712, 2020
2702020
Mobile technology and the tourist experience:(Dis) connection at the campsite
JE Dickinson, JF Hibbert, V Filimonau
Tourism management 57, 193-201, 2016
2512016
Reviewing the carbon footprint analysis of hotels: Life Cycle Energy Analysis (LCEA) as a holistic method for carbon impact appraisal of tourist accommodation
V Filimonau, J Dickinson, D Robbins, MAJ Huijbregts
Journal of cleaner production 19 (17-18), 1917-1930, 2011
2472011
Tourism resilience in the context of integrated destination and disaster management (DM2)
V Filimonau, D De Coteau
International Journal of Tourism Research 22 (2), 202-222, 2020
2412020
The COVID-19 pandemic and organisational learning for disaster planning and management: A perspective of tourism businesses from a destination prone to consecutive disasters
GI Bhaskara, V Filimonau
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 46, 364-375, 2021
2162021
An exploratory study of food waste management practices in the UK grocery retail sector
V Filimonau, A Gherbin
Journal of cleaner production 167, 1184-1194, 2017
1832017
The blockchain technology and the scope of its application in hospitality operations
V Filimonau, E Naumova
International Journal of Hospitality Management 87, 102383, 2020
1642020
The determinants of consumer engagement in restaurant food waste mitigation in Poland: An exploratory study
V Filimonau, J Matute, M Kubal-Czerwińska, K Krzesiwo, M Mika
Journal of Cleaner Production 247, 119105, 2020
1532020
Restaurant menu design and more responsible consumer food choice: An exploratory study of managerial perceptions
V Filimonau, M Krivcova
Journal of cleaner production 143, 516-527, 2017
1472017
‘Nudging’as an architect of more responsible consumer choice in food service provision: The role of restaurant menu design
V Filimonau, C Lemmer, D Marshall, G Bejjani
Journal of cleaner production 144, 161-170, 2017
1452017
An exploratory study of managerial approaches to food waste mitigation in coffee shops
V Filimonau, M Krivcova, F Pettit
International Journal of Hospitality Management 76, 48-57, 2019
1392019
The carbon impact of short-haul tourism: A case study of UK travel to Southern France using life cycle analysis
V Filimonau, J Dickinson, D Robbins
Journal of Cleaner Production 64, 628-638, 2014
1382014
A comparative study of food waste management in full service restaurants of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands
V Filimonau, E Todorova, A Mzembe, L Sauer, A Yankholmes
Journal of Cleaner Production 258, 120775, 2020
1162020
The COVID-19 pandemic and food consumption at home and away: An exploratory study of English households
V Filimonau, S Beer, VA Ermolaev
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 82, 101125, 2022
1052022
Food waste management in Shanghai full-service restaurants: A senior managers’ perspective
V Filimonau, H Zhang, L Wang
Journal of Cleaner Production 258, 120975, 2020
1052020
The prospects of waste management in the hospitality sector post COVID-19
V Filimonau
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 168, 105272, 2021
1042021
Restaurant food waste and the determinants of its effective management in Bulgaria: An exploratory case study of restaurants in Plovdiv
V Filimonau, H Fidan, I Alexieva, S Dragoev, DD Marinova
Tourism Management Perspectives 32, 100577, 2019
992019
A critical review of methods for tourism climate change appraisal: life cycle assessment as a new approach
V Filimonau, JE Dickinson, D Robbins, MV Reddy
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 19 (3), 301-324, 2011
952011
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