Luisa ANDREU -
Enrique Bigné is Professor of Marketing at the University of Valencia (2001-) and formerly at Jaume I University (1996-2001). He has been visiting scholar at the University of Maryland (2011, 2012) and Berkeley Haas School of Business (2014). He chaired the Air Nostrum Chair on Service Quality
His main research interests are advertising, neuromarketing, virtual reality, and tourism destinations. His research on tourism has been published in Annals of Tourism Research, Current Issues in Tourism, Journal of Travel Research, and Tourism Management, among others. He chairs the Digital Marketing Research Group.
He has served as Head of Department, Vice-Dean, Dean, and Vice-Chancellor. He is the Editor of European Journal of Management & Business Economics (EJM&BE), and Executive editor of Journal of Tourism Analysis.
Marcello MARIANI -
Marcello Mariani is a Full Professor of Entrepreneurship and Management at Henley Business School, University of Reading (UK). Marcello's research interests lie in the areas of management, entrepreneurship, innovation and marketing, with a particular focus on digital transformation of business and managerial practices, Industry 4.0 and its underlying digital technologies (especially big data and analytics, robotics and Artificial Intelligence), digital business models, eWOM, and inter-firm relationships.
He has authored more than 100 refereed publications, some of which have appeared in leading management, marketing and innovation academic journals. Within the tourism field, his work has been published in many different academic outlets including Tourism Management, Annals of Tourism Research, Journal of Travel Research, and more. Marcello sits in the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Travel Research and the International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, among others.
His research has won several international prizes and awards from a wide range of international academic and research institutions. These include the Academy of Management (Charles H. Levine Best Conference Paper 2011) and the European Cultural Foundation (Cultural Policy Research Award 2006).
He is a faculty member of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Since 2011 he contributes regularly as conference chair to the International Conference on Tourism Management and Related Issues under the aegis of the European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management.
Iis Tussyadiah is Professor of Intelligent Systems in Service and Head of Department of Hospitality in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at University of Surrey. Her research interest centers around the applications and implications of artificial intelligence, particularly in the travel, tourism, and hospitality sectors. Prof. Tussyadiah served as Vice President (2014-2017) and later President (2018-2020) of the International Federation for IT and Travel & Tourism (IFITT). She is a founding member of the Alliance for Innovators and Researchers in Tourism & Hospitality (AIRTH).
Prior to joining Surrey, Prof. Tussyadiah was Associate Clinical Professor in School of Hospitality Business Management, Carson College of Business, Washington State University, USA. From 2008-2012, she was Assistant Professor and Associate Director of the National Laboratory for Tourism and eCommerce (NLTeC) at Temple University, USA. She received her PhD in Information Sciences (with a concentration in Human-Social Information Sciences) from Tohoku University (東北大学) in 2006 under the supervision of Professors Hisa Morisugi and Tatsuhito Kono, supported by the Japanese Government through Monbukagakusho/MEXT Scholarship Program. Her Master's degree is in Industrial Engineering & Management (with a concentration in Engineering Economics) from Bandung Institute of Technology (Institut Teknologi Bandung).
Cathy HSU -
Professor Luiz Moutinho (BA, MA, PhD, FCIM) is Visiting Professor of Marketing at Suffolk Business School, Faculty of Arts, Business and Applied Social Science, University of Suffolk, Ipswich, England, Visiting Professor of Marketing at The Marketing School, Portugal, and Adjunct Professor of Marketing at Graduate School of Business, University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji.
During 2015 - 2017 he was professor of BioMarketing and Futures Research at the DCU Business School, Dublin City University, Ireland. This was the first Chair in the world on both domains - BioMarketing and Futures Research. Previously, and for 20 years, he had been appointed as the Foundation Chair of Marketing at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, Scotland. In 2017 Luiz Moutinho received a degree of Professor Honoris Causa from the University of Tourism and Management Skopje, FYR of Macedonia. ... see more..
Over the last six decades, tourism has experienced continued expansion and diversification, becoming one of the largest and fastest-growing economic sectors in the world (United Nations World Tourism Organization, 2018).
More specifically, in spite of sporadic shocks, international tourist arrivals have recorded a virtually uninterrupted increase: from 277 million in 1980 to 1.4 billion in 2018.
The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in its long-term outlook of future tourism trends (Tourism Towards 2030) estimates that international arrivals worldwide are expected to reach nearly 1.8 billion by the year 2030.
A number of major factors can explain this dramatic increase in demand for tourism: (1) the process of globalization; (2) the development of mass transportation and motorization (and the parallel decrease in cost of transportation due to improvements in technology); (3) the rhythm of increase of world GDP as well as the increase of income to be allocated to travels; (4) the introduction of new ICT applications in the work of public and private stakeholders in the tourism sector; (5) the general improvement of security and rights for tourists.
Every and each of the abovementioned factors is significantly contributing to shaping a different institutional landscape and economic environment for a number of economic players such as Convention Bureaus, Professional Conference Organizers, Destination Management Companies, Airlines, Hotels, Conference Venues, Congress Centers, Convention Centers, Exhibition Centers. Moreover, companies in the tourism sector are confronted with increasing managerial challenges and have to deal with a turbulent and fast changing environment.
For the Tenth International Conference on Tourism Management and Related Issues to be held in September 2020 in Valencia we invite contributions that focus especially, but not exclusively, on tourism, travel, leisure and hospitality management, with an emphasis on:
The topics reported above are indicative and informative rather than exclusive. Other interesting work on tourism management and related issues that is not closely related to the themes above will be taken into consideration.
We invite full papers, doctoral research papers, poster papers, abstracts, and research proposals on any of the aforementioned topics without any specific constraints in terms of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches.
To advance investigation on tourism management and to further expand its theoretical and practical bases and boundaries, we need to explore, apply and confront both conceptual and empirical wisdom and scholarship stemming from different perspectives. Therefore, both business practitioners and academics are invited to submit their contributions.
Interested scholars should submit a 3-pages structured extended abstract (of around 1,500 words) including the following:
The Submission deadline for the extended abstract is
You may find more information concerning the 2011 edition of this conference (held in Rimini, Italy) in the following website:http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=789
More information concerning the 2012 edition of this conference (held in Nice, France) in the following website:http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=890
More information concerning the 2013 edition of this conference (held in Barcelona, Spain) in the following website:http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=960
More information concerning the 2014 edition of this conference (held in Rome, Italy) in the following website: http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=1052
More information concerning the 2015 edition of this conference (held in Kos, Greece) in the following websitehttp://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=1128
More information concerning the 2016 edition of this conference (held in Krakow, Poland) in the following website:http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=1181
More information concerning the 2017 edition of this conference (held in Milan, Italy) in the following website: http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=1246
More information concerning the 2018 edition of this conference (held in Prague, Czech Republic) in the following website: http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=1331
More information concerning the 2019 edition of this conference (held in Venice, Italy) in the following website: http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/event_announcement.asp?event_id=1386%20
The high quality of the papers presented on the occasion of the first, second and third editions of the conference allowed us to publish a special issue of the journal Anatolia titled “Managing Tourism in a Changing World: Issues and Cases” (Eds. Rodolfo Baggio and Marcello M. Mariani), a book by Routledge-London titled “Managing Tourism in a Changing World: Issues and Cases” (Eds. Rodolfo Baggio, Wojchech Czakon and Marcello M. Mariani) and two books by Palgrave-New York, titled respectively “Tourism Management, Marketing and Development Volume I: the Importance of Networks and ICTs” (Eds. Marcello M. Mariani, Rodolfo Baggio, Dimitrios Buhalis and Christian Longhi) and "Tourism Management, Marketing, and Development: Performance, Strategies, and Sustainability” (Eds. Marcello M. Mariani, Wojchech Czakon, Dimitrios Buhalis and Ourania Vitouladiti) Last but not least, a collections of papers are under consideration for publication in a further volume with a relevant international publishing house.
Potential publication opportunities will be shared in due course.
The conference will take place in the premises of:
University of Valencia - Faculty of Economics
Avda. Tarongers, s/n
46022 Valencia (SPAIN)
Contact address: http://www.uv.es/economia
HOW TO GET TO VALENCIA
València is accessible by plain, train or car :
By plane. The airport, situated just 8 kilometres from the centre of València, has regular daily flights to popular domestic and international destinations.
Please check information of interest at https://www.visitvalencia.com/en/plan-your-trip-to-valencia/to-get-to-valencia
HOW TO GET TO THE FACULTY OF ECONOMICS
The Faculty of Economics is located on the Tarongers Campus, one of the University of Valencia’s three campuses. It is on the north-west side of the city, and is connected by public and private transport to the other areas of the Region.
Please check information (transport and maps) about the Faculty of Economics at http://ir.uv.es/6JDzhA2
For further information, visit http://www.uv.es/economia
More details will be posted soon.