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Economic platforms and hotel industry in the ASEAN countries: a narrative reviev of literature

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Platformy ekonomiczne i branża hotelarska w krajach ASEAN: opisowy przegląd literatury
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Ehkonomicheskie platformy i gostinichnoe khozjajjstvo v stranakh Associacii gosudarstv Jugo-Vostochnojj Azii (ASEAN): opisatel'nyjj obzor v literatury
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This study aims to explore the opportunities and challenges related to the economic platforms for the hotel industry, with an emphasis on the emergence of an integrated platform for the ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations) hotel industry. Through a narrative review of the three main academic databases and applying the inclusion criteria, the authors thoroughly analysed 17 selected papers, thematically to systematically, and identified three common themes. The findings indicate that the studies on the economic platforms in the hotel industry are mostly concentrated on the components related to hotel performance, competition, and customer satisfaction. The authors incorporated the findings to the current status of the economic platforms in the ASEAN countries and determined some insightful recommendations addressing the gaps occurring in regulations, productivity and technology for both hoteliers and policy makers. The limitations and insights for a future research are also provided.
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Artykuł ma na celu zbadanie możliwości i wyzwań związanych z platformami ekonomicznymi dla branży hotelarskiej, z naciskiem na powstanie zintegrowanej platformy dla branży hotelarskiej ASEAN (Stowarzyszenie Narodów Azji Południowo-Wschodniej). W ramach narracyjnego przeglądu trzech głównych naukowych baz danych dokładnie przeanalizowano 17 wybranych artykułów, na podstawie których zidentyfikowano trzy wspólne tematy. Wyniki badań wskazują, że badania nad platformami ekonomicznymi w branży hotelarskiej koncentrowały się głównie na komponentach związanych z wynikami hoteli, konkurencją i satysfakcją klientów. Uwzględniono wyniki badań do obecnego stanu platform ekonomicznych w krajach ASEAN i określono kilka zaleceń do istniejących luk w przepisach, produktywności i technologii, zarówno dla hotelarzy, jak i decydentów w zakresie polityki. Przedstawiono również ograniczenia i spostrzeżenia dla przyszłych kierunków badań.
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Цель статьи - изучить возможности и вызовы, связанные с экономическими платформами для гостиничной отрасли с упором на возникновение интегрированной платформы для гостиничного хозяйства для ASEAN (Ассоциация государств Юго-Восточной Азии). В рамках нарративного обзора трех основных научных баз данных подробно проанализировали 17 избранных статей, на основе которых выявили три общие темы. Результаты изучения указывают, что исследования по экономическим платформам в гостиничной индустрии сосредоточивались в основном на компонентах, связанных с результатами гостиниц, конкуренцией и удовлетворением клиентов. Учли результаты изучения для нынешнего состояния экономиических платформ в странах ASEAN и определили несколько рекомендаций по отношению к существующим пробелам в юридических актах, производительности и технологии как для го-стиничников, так и принимающих решения в области политики. Представили также ограничения и замечания для будущих направлений изучения. Ключевые слова: платформа, экономика совместного потребления, интеллигентный туризм, ASEAN, гостиничная отрасль.
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  • Department of Logistics and Transport, Faculty of Management, University of Economics in Poznan, Al.Niepodległosci 10, 61-875 Poznan
  • Faculty of Business Management and Globalization, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT), Cyberjay, Malaysia
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  • Faculty of Business Management and Globalization, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT), Cyberjay, Malaysia
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  • Faculty of Business Management and Globalization, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT), Cyberjay, Malaysia
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