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study of the restaurant types in the U.S.

Alexander R. Bertschy

study of the restaurant types in the U.S.

by Alexander R. Bertschy

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Published by School of Hotel Administration, Cornell University in Ithaca (N.Y.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Master"s)-School of Hotel Administraion, 1975.

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Open LibraryOL13717577M

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Study of the restaurant types in the U.S by Alexander R. Bertschy Download PDF EPUB FB2

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examines the restaurant selection criteria being employed by U.S. customers. This study also examined if there is any difference in selection criteria and it would differ across fast-service and full-service restaurants as well as customers’ sociodemographic characteristics such as gender, age, and income.

Data for the study is a part of the. Data Extraction. From the 26 studies, authors J. and M. abstracted the following data: first author, publication year, level (national, county, local), geographic location, time period of evaluation, restaurant number and type as specified by the authors of each study (e.g., fast food), selection of food (e.g., menu items) and number assessed, and food categories by: 6.

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Study Introduction and Objectives The purpose of this study was to establish a unit life-cycle rate among restau-rants within the Dallas, Texas metro area. By analyzing official phone books within the target market, three types of data were sought within this.

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citizens coming to the U.S. for the purpose of getting married. K Minor, unmarried children of K-1 visa holders. K   Research by realty site revealed the most popular types of restaurants each of the fifty states. Using data from Urbanspoon, Estately calculated what kinds of eateries were most Author: Vi-An Nguyen.

The present study examines the restaurant selection criteria being employed by U.S. customers. This study also examined if there is any difference in selection criteria and it would differ across fast-service and full-service restaurants as well as customers’ sociodemographic characteristics such Cited by: 3.different restaurant type (Study 4).

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