Central Asian Journal of Innovations on Tourism Management and Finance aims at initiating and stimulating advances in tourism management research. Therefore, it publishes papers that promote innovations, new ideas, models, approaches, and paradigms by contributing to the advances in knowledge and theory of tourism and services. 

The journal covers applied research studies and review articles, both in a format of the full-length article and research notes. Applied research studies are expected to examine relationships among variables relevant to hospitality and tourism by employing appropriate analytical or statistical techniques. High-quality review articles that address the latest advances and develop theoretical knowledge or thinking about key aspects of hospitality and tourism are accepted.

Research notes are short articles that report advances in methodology, exploratory research findings, or extensions/discussions of prior research that are also welcome from various perspectives.

Central Asian Journal of Innovations on Tourism Management and Finance will also welcome commentary in response to published articles. 

All papers are subject to a double-blind peer-review process based on an initial screening by the editor criteria for evaluation include a significant contribution to the field, conceptual quality, appropriate methodology, and clarity of exposition.     


As a forum for advancing the research in the hospitality and tourism field, the journal encompasses many aspects within the hospitality and tourism including but not limited to;


  • Science and Education
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Service Sector development
  • Guiding and global tendency
  • Innovations in Hospitality and Tourism
  • Financial Management
  • Tourism Marketing and Research
  • Developments of Conceptual Models and Constructs
  • Future Trends in Hospitality and Tourism
  • Human Resources Management
  • Operational Management
  • Strategic Management
  • National and International Legislation
  • Restaurant Management
  • Beverage Management
  • Consumer Behavior
  • The relationship between Hospitality and Tourism
  • Recreation Management
  • Leisure Studies
  • Hospitality and Tourism Education
  • Travel and Transportation
  • Tourist Guiding