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Title: Customer value co-creation in the hospitality and tourism industry : a systematic literature review
Authors: Carvalho, Pedro
Alves, Helena
Keywords: Value co-creation
Service dominant-logic
Customer dominant-logic
Social exchange theory
Systematic literature review
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Emerald
Citation: Carvalho, P. & Alves, H. (2022), Customer value co-creation in the hospitality and tourism industry: a systematic literature review. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print.
Abstract: Purpose - This study aims to develop a systematic literature review of customer value co-creation in the hospitality and tourism industry and present the different views of the scientific community, highlighting the dimensions, antecedents and outcomes of customer value co-creation. Design/methodology/approach - This study adopted a systematic review process guided by the preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta-analyses protocol. Data were collected through a search for papers in Scopus, EBSCO, Web of Science and Science Direct databases. The systematic review was performed based on 216 validated articles. Findings - The study reveals that the manifestations of customer value co-creation can be understood, based on two fundamental dimensions: customer behaviours and factors that shape co-creation. However, some antecedents are closely linked to the customer, social environment, service provider and technological resources. Moreover, there are numerous outcomes resulting from customer value co-creation, grouped in customer results, perceived value and organizational performance and market outcomes. Practical implications - This research contributes to a more informed explanation for hospitality and tourism organizations about the importance of tourist and guest involvement in value co-creation. This systematic knowledge can facilitate the design of the service, as well as the value proposition offered by hospitality and tourism organizations. Originality/value - The study extends the literature by systematizing the empirical and conceptual knowledge, using for the first time a systematic literature review.
ISSN: 0959-6119
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