The cruise sector in general and its future in particular are becoming increasingly a ‘news-opera’, with a particular focus on emissions and overtourism. A number of developments in the area, as well as a number of facts are often lost in the discussion. Check out my two newly-published papers in the ‘Tourism Review‘: Cruise Tourism […]
Our recent Yellow Tourism Book, only published recently (Sep 2018) and despite its niche status has already reached 800 Downloads from the Spinger Website. Well done to all involved.
Over the last years, I have been regularly invited to act as a reviewer for various journals. Peer reviewing is an essential element of scientific publishing, adding a layer of quality control to what is published and regarded as ‘scientific’. In today’s digital world, considering the growth of open source publishing, and the proliferation of […]
Our newest book is out. This book, summarises the proceedings of the 1st Yellow Tourism Conference, which took place in Corfu (Greece) during April 27-29, 2017. The aim of this inaugural conference was to create an interdisciplinary ‘research-space’ for understanding tourism-related corruption, whilst initiating the formation of a corresponding international network of tourism academics and […]
It seems that Cruise-related Research is relevant… Tourism Review has awarded my paper: “Cruise Management: State of the Art” a ‘Literati Award’ and granted it 6 months free download access: https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/TR-01-2017-0003
Since its online publication on November 14, 2012, there has been a total of 18,949 chapter downloads for our book Cruise Tourism & Society (Springer Verlag). According to the publisher… “This means your book was one of the top 25% most downloaded eBooks in the relevant eBook Collection in 2017”. Congratulations to the editorial team and all […]