This book aims to provide theoretical and empirical frameworks and highlights the challenges and solutions with using Big Data for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability in the field of digital transformation and tourism.
Sustainability, Big Data, and Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from the Tourism Industry offers a theoretical and empirical framework in the field of digital transformation and applies it to the tourism sector. It discusses Big Data used with CSR and sustainability for the improvement of innovation and highlights the challenges and prospects. It presents a modern insight and approach for use by decision-makers as an application to solve various problems and explores how data collection can shed light on consumer behavior making it possible to account for existing situations and plan for the future.
This book is intended to provide a modern insight for researcher, students, professionals, and decision-makers on the application of Big Data to improve CSR and sustainability in the tourism sector.
1. Innovation as a Key Driver of Sustainability in Tourism 2. Alienation and Sustainability in 3. The Impact of Environmental Practices on Hotel Perceived 4. Economic Sustainability and Indicators of Most Visited Countries 5. A New Age in Tourist Guiding: Digital Tourism and Sustainability 6. Socio- technological Sustainability in Tourism 7. Information and Communication Technology Through a Decentralized Sharing Economy in the Tourism Industry 8. Innovative Digital Ideas in Presenting Cultural Heritage in the Tourism Industry 9. An Evaluation of Big Data Use for Fraud Detection in Hotel Enterprises 10. Digital Change for Sustainable Restaurant Systems 11. Corporate Social Responsibility Perceptions of Undergraduate Level Students in Tourism Education 12. Hospitality Businesses in the Anthropocene Era: Recycling Practices 13. The Tourism- Led Growth Hypothesis Test Using Granger’s Causality: A Case Study of Algeria