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Hotel-industry Averages: An Inaccurate Tool for Measuring Performance
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  • Cathy A Enz, Cornell University
  • Linda Canina, Cornell University
  • Kate Walsh, Cornell University
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The commonly used average measures of ADR, RevPAR, and occupancy may be insufficient to see what the “typical” hotel's performance is really like.

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Enz, C. A., Canina, L., & Walsh, K. (2001). Hotel-industry averages: An inaccurate tool for measuring performance [Electronic version]. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, 42(6), 22-32. Retrieved [insert date], from Cornell University, School of Hospitality Administration site: