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Daniel Guttentag is an Assistant Professor at the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Daniel’s current research focuses primarily on Airbnb and the broader peer-to-peer tourism accommodation sector. In particular, he is interested in questions related to Airbnb consumer behaviour and policy. Daniel is also more generally interested in innovation (especially disruptive innovation and the diffusion of innovations), virtual reality, market segmentation, casino gambling, and volunteer tourism.
Daniel’s work has been published in a variety of tourism journals and books. He has also received numerous prestigious awards, including a Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
Daniel holds a Ph.D. in Recreation and Leisure Studies from the University of Waterloo, and a Master’s degree in Tourism Policy and Planning from the same university. He also previously worked as the Tourism Business Analyst for Tourism Toronto, and has professional experience in online marketing.
Hospitality and Tourism Management
Guttentag, D. (2015). Airbnb: Disruptive innovation and the rise of an informal tourism accommodation sector. Current Issues in Tourism, 18(12), 1192-1217.
Guttentag, D. (2012). Volunteer tourism has gone commercial: The reasons and the implications. Tourism Recreation Research, 37(3), 273-275.
Guttentag, D., Harrigan, K., & Smith, S. (2012). Gambling by Ontario casino employees: Gambling behaviours, problem gambling and impacts of the employment. International Gambling Studies, 12(1), 5-22.
Guttentag, D. (2011). Volunteer tourism: As good as it seems?. Tourism Recreation Research, 36(1), 69-74.
Guttentag, D. (2010). Virtual reality: Applications and implications for tourism. Tourism Management, 31(5), 637-651.
Guttentag, D., & Havitz, M. E. (2010). Superstition as a personal moderator in the development of commitment and loyalty to and within casinos. Leisure/Loisir, 34(1), 1- 25.
Guttentag, D. (2009). The legal protection of indigenous souvenir products. Tourism Recreation Research, 34(1), 23-34.
Guttentag, D. (2009). The possible negative impacts of volunteer tourism. International Journal of Tourism Research, 11(6), 537-551.
HTM 302, Marketing Principles
HTT 303, Travel Product Distribution
HTM 604, Hospitality and Tourism Sales
HTT 622, Destination Management and Marketing