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Muhammet Kesgin, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Hospitality & Tourism Management
Research interests include: Areas of hospitality and tourism management; experiential consumption and its fundamental interrelationships with the production of tourism and hospitality experiences.
Muhammet Kesgin, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Hospitality and Tourism Management Department. Previously, he was a Ph.D. researcher and adjunct lecturer at Coventry University and Buckinghamshire New University. His research interests focus broadly on the areas of hospitality and tourism management. His principal research interests are in experiential consumption and its fundamental interrelationships with the production of tourism and hospitality experiences. Kesgin is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom and the Academy of Marketing. He has was awarded the Tourism Analysis Journal Best Paper Award at the 6th Int’l Conference on Services Management and won the Best Research Presentation Award at Buckinghamshire New University Research Colloquium.
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