Abraham Pizam


Dr. Abraham Pizam

Professor and Linda Chapin Eminent Scholar Chair in Tourism Management

Room: 219C



Expertise: Tourism Planning and Development, Tourism Safety and Security, Consumer Behavior, Hospitality and Tourism Marketing, Hospitality and Tourism Human Resources Management, Hospitality Cross-Cultural Management

Abraham Pizam is the founding dean (2000-2018) of Rosen College of Hospitality Management at the University of Central Florida. Currently he serves as Professor and Linda Chapin Eminent Scholar Chair in Tourism Management. Professor Pizam is widely known in the field of Hospitality and Tourism Management and has conducted research projects, lectured, and served as a consultant in more than 30 countries. He has held various academic positions, in Austria, Australia, France, Israel, Japan, New-Zealand, Singapore, Slovakia, Switzerland United Kingdom and the U.S.A,  has authored more than 250 publications of which 180 were scientific publications and published ten books. His publications have resulted in more than 20,000 citations and an h-index of 66. He is Editor Emeritus of the International Journal of Hospitality Management and serves on the editorial boards of 26 academic journals. Professor Pizam has conducted consulting and research projects for a variety of international, national and regional tourism organizations.

Professor Pizam holds a Master’s degree from New York University and a Ph.D. from Cornell University, and is the recipient of several academic awards.


Ph.D. Business Administration Cornell University
M.P.A Public Administration New York University
B.A. Sociology and Political Science Hebrew University