I am a senior lecturer in business economics and hospitality management at Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University. I currently lecture in a range of research and business subject areas, across undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and am heavily involved in dissertation supervision at all levels.
I have over 30 years experience of delivering consultancy type projects for a wide range of clients via the University and in collaboration with several consultancy organisations. I have also written widely on hotel location and various aspects of the economics of the hospitality and tourism sectors.
- research methods
- study skills
- industry context
- business studies
- location of hospitality enterprises
- economic impact analysis
- economic impact of countryside recreation
- undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation and PhD supervisor
The role of hospitality in cities; location of hospitality businesses; economic valuation of environmental assets; economic impact.
- 2007: FHEA, Other, United Kingdom
- 2006: MA Learning and Teaching, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
- 1981: Master of Philosophy, Tourism Management, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom
- 1975: Bachelor of Arts, Economics, Other, United Kingdom
UG External Examiner
- 2016 to 2019: , Manchester Metropolitan University
- 2015 to 2018: , Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Department of Service Sector Management
Sheffield Business School
Egan, D., & Haynes, N. (2019). Manager perceptions of big data reliability in revenue management. International journal of quality &reliability management, 36 (1), 25-39. http://doi.org/10.1108/IJQRM-02-2018-0056
Haynes, N., & Egan, D. (2017). Revisiting the relevance of economic theory to hotel revenue management education and practice in the era of Big Data. Research in Hospitality Management, 7 (1), 65-73. http://doi.org/10.1080/22243534.2017.1355499
Haynes, N., & Egan, D. (2015). The future impact of changes in rate parity agreements on hotel chains: the long-term implications of the removal of rate parity agreements between hotels and online travel agents using closed consumer group booking models. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 32 (7), 923-933. http://doi.org/10.1080/10548408.2015.1063897
Egan, D., & Cockill, J. (2012). Enhancing Student learning and development in cooperation with our alumni. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (1), 1-12. http://doi.org/10.7190/seej.v1i1.36
Ma, S.-.C., Egan, D., Rotherham, I., & Ma, S.-.M. (2011). A framework for monitoring during the planning stage for a sports mega-event. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 19 (1), 79-96. http://doi.org/10.1080/09669582.2010.502576
Mensah-Ansah, J., Martin, E., & Egan, D. (2011). Tourism trends in Ghana : the accommodation sector. Tourism Analysis, 16 (2), 157-168. http://doi.org/10.3727/108354211X13014081270369
Glaves, P., Egan, D., Heaphy, D., & O'Connor, M. (2011). Are the best things in life free? Ecos, 32 (2), 14-18.
Rotherham, I.D., Doncaster, S., & Egan, D. (2005). Nature-based leisure and tourism in England’s Humberhead Levels. Current issues in tourism, 8 (2/3), 214-230. http://www.multilingual-matters.net/cit/008/0214/cit0080214.pdf
Rotherham, I.D., Doncaster, S., & Egan, D. (2005). Nature-based leisure and tourism in England's Humberhead Levels. Current Issues in Tourism, 8 (2-3), 214-230. http://doi.org/10.1080/13683500508668215
Knowles, T., Teixeira, R.M., & Egan, D. (2003). Tourism and hospitality education in Brazil and the UK: a comparison. International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 15 (1), 45-51. http://doi.org/10.1108/09596110310458981
Knowles, T., & Egan, D. (2002). The changing structure of UK brewing and pub retailing. International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 14 (2), 65-71. http://doi.org/10.1108/09596110210419246
Egan, D.J., & Nield, K. (2000). Towards a theory of intraurban hotel location. Urban Studies, 37 (3), 611-621. http://doi.org/10.1080/0042098002140
Haynes, N., & Egan, D. (n.d.). The implications of ‘miniaturism’ for urban tourism destination futures – from micropubs to microbars. Journal of Tourism Futures.
Theses / Dissertations
Haynes, N. (2019). Big data usage in transient hotel room pricing: deconstructing a black box. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Egan, D. http://doi.org/10.7190/shu-thesis-00197
Abuarosha, M.A. (2013). Drivers and obstacles of agriculture development in Libya : Case study : Marine aquaculture. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Eastham, J., & Egan, D.
Mensah-Ansah, J. (2011). Small tourism accomodation businesses in Ghana : A barrier to strategic tourism development? (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Martin, E., & Egan, D.
Ma, S.C. (2009). Kaohsiung World Games as a catalyst for sustainable urban development. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Rotherham, I., & Egan, D.
Doncaster, S.H. (2006). Nature-based recreation and leisure in fenland rural ecomies - A case study approach. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Rotherham, I., Egan, D., & Palmer, N.
Haynes, N., & Egan, D. (2016). Towards an understanding of how Big Data is changing revenue management in hotels. Presented at: School of Hospitality and Tourism Management Conference 2016, Guildford, UK, 2016
- 2017: Inspirational Resrach Supervisor, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Prize or best paper
- 2015: Best Paper Cultural Studies, Council for Hospitality Management Education (CHME)
- 2011: Best International Conference paper, Regional Studies Association
- DOS (5 students)
- DOS/Supervisor (5 students)