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THE INC 2018, Buxton, UK, 26.-28.06.2018
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Call for Papers

 

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THE INC 2018

International Conference

“Tourism Hospitality & Events in a Changing World”

26 – 28 June 2018

Submission Deadline: 20th January 2018

Venue: Buxton, U.K.

For more information, please visit the conference website: https://theconference2018.wordpress.com

The rapid growth of tourism, hospitality, and events creates the need for both, industry and academia to be ready to adapt to an ever-changing environment. Hence, tourism, hospitality, and events oriented research must be ready to respond effectively to these changes, and minimise the uncertainty created from a series of instability factors and current challenges such as globalisation, societal transformation, and the rapid development of IT and ICT. The dynamic and ever-changing character of the tourism, hospitality and events and the coexistence of a wide spectrum of different fields and disciplines, create the necessity of a holistic approach towards conceptualising, understanding and managing the relevant practises. Thus, diverse perspectives and research from different scientific fields and disciplines are considerably important for the understanding of the evolutionary process as well as the changing dynamics of tourism, hospitality and events.

THE INC (Tourism Hospitality & Events INternational Conference) aims to the improvement of theory and practice of the respective fields and aspires to become a beacon of research knowledge dissemination. THE INC welcomes theoretical, empirical, experimental, and case study research contributions. These contributions should clearly address the theoretical and practical implications of the research in reference. The proposed topics can include but are not limited to the following:

  • Competitiveness, sustainability and corporate social responsibility
  • Consumer behaviour, decision-making, expectations, experience and satisfaction
  • Cultural, heritage
  • Demand-supply forecasting, and performance studies
  • Economics and finance
  • Emerging and innovative research methods and methodologies
  • Event, sport and festival tourism
  • Human resources, equality, diversity, and labour operations
  • Innovation, creativity and change management
  • IT, ICT, e-tourism, and emerging technologies
  • Marketing, advertising, branding and promotional activities
  • Mobilities
  • Policy, planning, and development
  • Psychology, sociology, and social anthropology
  • Spas, health and well-being
  • Training and education
  • Other interdisciplinary areas related with the changing dynamics in tourism, hospitality, and events.

 

 

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cfp - for a special issue on Walking in tourism cities in the Internat. Journal of Tourism Citiies
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*** Call for papers reminder ***
 
Please note that the deadline has been extended until the end of November 2017

Call for papers for a special issue

on Walking in tourism cities in the International Journal of Tourism Cities (Emerald Publishing)

Walking has been identified as improving health and social capital, providing a positive sense of place, and contributing to reductions in traffic congestion, air pollution, emissions, and resource use. However, despite the growth in research on active travel and walking as recreation in an urban context, relatively little research has been undertaken on walking and walkability of urban tourism. This is a surprising given that walkable places are often considered as attractive for locals and visitors with some studies suggesting that many tourists believe that the best way to experience a city is to walk it.

The special issue aims to explore the different aspects of walking in tourism cities, and welcomes abstracts from various disciplines that are related (but not limited) to the following topics:

·         Methodologies for measuring walking and walkability in tourism cities

·         Planning and design dimensions of leisure and tourism related walking in urban environments

·         Patterns and pathways of tourist walking

·         Smart cities, tourism and walkability

·         Relationships between public transport and walking in the tourism city

·         Accessibility and walkability of the tourism city

·         Walking, consumer behaviour and leisure and tourism environments

·         Urban spaces of leisure and tourism walking

·         Gender and walkability in the tourism city

·         Tourism and gamification of walking

·         Is it safe to walk here? Aspects of tourism, safety, security and walkability 

·         Conflicts between locals and visitors on walkable spaces in tourism cities

·         Relationships between walkability and destination success

·         Walkability and consumer habitat

·         Walking and urban nature and heritage

Submission instructions

The deadline for full paper submission is 30.11.2017 for a standard peer review. Earlier submission is welcomed. Potential contributors are encouraged to contact the editors prior to submission for advice on the suitability of any proposed paper. Full instructions for authors are found at the website of the International Journal of Tourism Cities at: http://emeraldgrouppublishing.com/products/journals/author_guidelines.htm?id=ijtc

Publication for this special issue is planned to 2018.


Guest Editors:

C. Michael Hall, University of Canterbury (michael.hall@canterbury.ac.nz)

Yael Ram, Ashkelon Academic College - AAC ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it )

 
BEST EN 'Marketing of Sustainable Tourism Products' Think Tank, Luscerne, CH, 19.-22.06.2018
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BEST EN Think Tank XVIII:

"Marketing of sustainable tourism products"

19-22 June 2018, Lucerne (Switzerland), hosted by

The Institute of Tourism, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences

 

Tourism Futures & the Conference Organizers warmly invite you to the BEST EN Think Tank XVIII to be held in Lucerne, from June 19-22, 2018 in conjunction with the Institute of Tourism at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences (Switzerland).

  The theme of Think Tank XVIII is “Marketing of sustainable tourism products”.

Sustainability is becoming more and more important for the long-run competitiveness of tourism destinations and tourism businesses. The development of sustainable tourism products and services is crucial for destinations and service providers in tourism in order to create true sustainable experiences for their guests. The Think Tank endeavors to examine success factors of the development and marketing of sustainable tourism products and services. Some Key questions are: How to make sustainability an attractive experience? How to positively communicate about sustainability issues? How to raise awareness and to involve customers in the sustainability efforts.
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