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University of the Future: Re-Imagining Research and Higher Education
The innovation-performance relationships continue to raise an ongoing debate in which the existing literature yields no conclusive results mainly in the tourism sector of resource-rich countries. This paper contributes to the literature by proposing a theoretical framework which links four innovations types to five types of performances in the hotel industry. Using a sample of all three, four and five stars hotels in Qatar over six months between 2016 and 2017, the results show the existence ofdoi:10.29117/quarfe.2020.0050 fatcat:6acvu7a7cfgk3apzuwzmebrq3a