Juan Antonio Campos Soria

Juan Antonio Campos Soria
University of Malaga | UMA · Department of Applied Economics

Ph.D.

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Introduction
Juan Antonio Campos-Soria is Associate Professor in Economics and Economics of Tourism at the University of Málaga, Spain. He has published papers in leading journals such as the Annals of Tourism Research, Tourism Management, the Journal of Sustainable Tourism, the International Journal of Hospitality Management, Tourism Economics, and Applied Economics, among others, and collaborated with well-known researchers in tourism economics, such as Professors M.T. Sinclair, A. Blake, and J.L. Eugenio-Martín. He has also collaborated on different book chapters, among which are those published in Recent Developments in the Economics of Tourism (Edward Elgar Publishing). His main research lines are the economic analysis of tourism, sustainable tourism, gender economics, and the labour markets.
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May 1995 - February 2019
University of Malaga
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  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (31)
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Previous literature has focused on identifying the behavioural intentions of the cruise passengers in the ports of call. Nevertheless, there is no prior experience in the senior passenger segment. The present study tries to verify hypotheses about the effects of the cruise passenger’s age regarding the intention to revisit and the intention of reco...
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This paper analyses the factors that determine the gender wage differences in the Spanish hospitality industry across the wage distribution. In general, previous studies have analysed the gender wage gap from a global perspective, without taking into account the existing heterogeneity across the wage distribution. Using matched employer-employee da...
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Previous literature has analysed the effects of establishment regressors on different measures of restaurant financial performance [1,2]. However, as [3] stated, these studies have focused on the analysis at establishment level rather than at corporate level. Determining the factors that explain the restaurant profitability is not only an important...
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Social media, in the form of online reviews (ORs), has become an essential element for consumers in the restaurant industry, providing reliable and unbiased information based on the dining experiences of other consumers. Social media is not only a crucial phenomenon for the strategy of restaurants, but also for their corporations. However, previous...
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Considering the great ability of decision trees techniques to extract useful information from large databases and to handle heterogeneous variables, this paper applies Extreme Gradient Boosting for the prediction of systemic banking crises. To this end, prediction models have been constructed for different regions and the whole world. The results o...
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En este paper estudiamos la existencia de relaciones de causalidad à la Granger entre crecimiento económico y desarrollo turístico con datos regionales españoles. Para ello recurrimos a datos mensuales del índice de producción industrial y a pernoctaciones de turistas residentes y no residentes en las 17 comunidades autónomas españolas durante el p...
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Using matched employer–employee data from the Spanish labour market in 2010, we analyse the effects of industrial, establishment and occupational segregation on the gender wage differential, disaggregating the latter contribution by different groups of workers belonging to different occupational areas and responsibility levels. These workers are em...
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This article analyses the effects of different types of gender segregation on the gender wage differential for the Spanish labour market. Matched employer–employee data from a sample of 226,535 workers are used. These workers are employed in 61 occupations within 26,492 establishments in 51 different industries. Workers belonging to the same indust...
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The main aim of this paper is twofold. Firstly we analyse the effects of educational mismatch on workers' occupational mobility and secondly, we quantify the contribution of educational mismatch and labour mobility on gender wage inequality. The decomposition of the gender wage gap was controlled by different types of gender segregation. We use mat...
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This paper explores how tourists from 165 regions of EU-27 countries cut back their tourism expenditure during the global economic crisis in 2009. Cutbacks in tourism expenditure are divided into two mutually related decisions: Firstly, whether or not the tourists decided to cut back on tourism expenditure because of the crisis; and second, which o...
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Tourists from different European regions have reacted heterogeneously during the Global Economic Crisis. Such variability is due to different preferences and willingness to pay for tourism. This paper explores the underpinnings behind such heterogeneity. Regional variables and household socioeconomic variables are gathered to understand tourists’ e...
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In this work we estimate human capital returns in the Spanish hospitality sector using an expanded version of the Mincer wage equation (1974). In addition, wage differences in the main tourist regions are quantified using the wage decomposition of Oaxaca (1973) and Blinder (1973) from a gender perspective. Using data from the 2006 Spanish Wage Stru...
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This paper investigates the different patterns of occupational gender segregation in the hospitality industry in Andalusia. The methodology is based on the segregation curve and different segregation measures. The results show that cleaning jobs, customer service and jobs with less responsibility in the area of administration are dominated by women...
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Resumen: En este trabajo se estiman los rendimientos del capital humano en la hostelería española utilizando una versión ampliada de la ecuación de salarios de Mincer (1974) y se cuantifican las diferencias salariales de las principales regiones turísticas a partir de la descomposición salarial de Oaxaca-Ramson (1994). Con datos de la Encuesta de...
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This paper presents a comparative analysis of the wage structures in the Spanish hospitality sector and other private service industries. Using data from the 2006 Spanish Wage Structure Survey (Encuesta de Estructura Salarial) [1], we estimate human capital returns in the hospitality industries. These results have been compared to those obtained in...
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This paper describes the relationship between regional climate in the home area and the choice of taking holidays in the region of origin or abroad. This decision is simultaneously estimated with a bivariate probit model. The study combines the socioeconomic characteristics of European households with information on the region of residence, such as...
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This article analyses the role of income in the decision of participating in the tourism demand within 1 year. The tourists who are participating can travel to domestic destinations only, abroad destinations only or to both of them. Such a substitution pattern is modelled using a bivariate probit model. The analysis is carried out to the regional l...
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The aim of this article is to estimate the contribution of different types of gender segregation on the wage gap in the hospitality sector. Matched employee-employer data is used. The data source includes information on 181 hotels and 121 restaurants in Andalusia. These contributions are obtained assuming both equal returns of the observable variab...
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This article estimates the contribution of different types of gender segregation to the wage difference between men and women in the hospitality industry. Matched employer-employee data from a sample of hotels and restaurants in Andalusia are used to this end. The data source includes information on 181 hotels and 121 restaurants. Impacts on the wa...
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This paper examines the ways in which productivity in tourism businesses can be increased by studying the roles of changes in physical capital, human capital, innovation, and the competitive environment. Comprehensive results are obtained by using questionnaire-based interviews, business survey data analysis, and computable general equilibrium mode...
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This paper analyses and quantifies the main interrelationships between service quality and the competitiveness of hotels, distinguishing between external and internal effects. The external effects were evaluated according to customer satisfaction, its influence on the sales volume and the client's willingness to pay. The internal effects of quality...
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Este artículo contrasta si los hogares españoles ahorran parte de su renta para prevenir posibles imprevistos en el futuro. Para ello, se utiliza una variable ficticia indicativa del período en que se reduce el subsidio de desempleo, pues implica un aumento del riesgo de renta soportado por los hogares. A partir del modelo de ciclo vital con incert...
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The aim of this paper is to analyze — from a global perspective — the main relationships existing between service quality and businesses competitiveness. To this end, a simultaneous equations model is presented. This model enables distinguishing between the external and internal effects of quality on competitiveness, and empirically verifies a set...
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En este trabajo de investigación, vamos a centrar nuestro interés, en el análisis de la situación actual y perspectivas del sistema educativo español y sus repercusiones sobre la formación (reglada o no) en materia turística. Para ello, y tras un breve análisis de la oferta educativa en el marco de la LOGSE y del nivel educativo de los trabajadores...
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El objetivo de este artículo es estimar la contribución de los distintos tipos de segregación de género en la diferencia salarial en la hostelería. Se emplean datos emparejados trabajador-establecimiento. La base de datos incluye información de 181 hoteles y 121 restaurantes de Andalucía. Estas repercusiones se obtienen suponiendo rendimientos igua...
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RESUMEN El objetivo de este trabajo es estimar de forma separada la contribución de la segregación horizontal y vertical en la diferencia salarial de género en la hostelería. Dicha estimación se lleva a cabo desde una perspectiva territorial, distinguiendo entre distintas zonas turísticas de Andalucía. Se emplean datos emparejados trabajador-esta...
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In this paper we analyse the effects of different types of gender segregation on the wage differential, disaggregating the repercussion of occupational segregation within each establishment by occupational areas and responsibility levels for the Spanish labour market. Matched employer-employee data from a sample of 219,757 workers are used. These w...

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This project has as two main objectives: first, to empirically quantify the structural relationships between the implementation of ecoinnovative practices, that generate improvements in the quality of service, business competitiveness and management in the field of rural housing; and second, to develop new methodological approaches for assessing the effectiveness of public policies regarding the implementation and monitoring of quality plans and the quality of tourism environments in different types of destinations. In addition, this project investigates whether private investment in the implementation of ecoinnovative measures to improve service quality and the environmental sustainability of rural hotel establishments leads to product differentiation and whether this leads to improvements in productivity.