Research Seminars

Save favourite 16 May May 2016

ETOUR hosts a seminar series. These seminars are designed to share the latest thinking where researchers have the opportunity to present and discuss their research with other scientists.

Gurel Cetin - Understanding luxury hotel guest experiences and their impact on positive customer behaviours
Thursday 28/1, 13:15 – 14:30, P2517 

Josefina Syssner - Turism, lokal utveckling och samhällsplaneringsprojekt i svenska kommuner
Wednesday 10/2, 15.30 – 17:00, P2517 

Kai Kronenberg, Matthias Fuchs and Maria Lexhagen – Spridningseffekter inom turismen (SPRIT) – A Regional Input Output Analysis for Jämtland
Thursday 11/2, 13.15  14.30, P2517 

Daniel Laven –  Valuing and Evaluating Creativity for Sustainable Regional Development (VEC) and the 10th Annual Summit of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network
Thursday 18/2, 13.15 - 14.30, P2517

Dimitra Christidou, Nordic Centre of Heritage Learning and Creativity - Learning through Heritage
Friday 18/3, 13.15 - 14.30, P2517

Daniel R Williams, Research Social Scientist at the US Forest Service Research & Development - ?12/4, 13.00-15.00, P2517

Prof. Dr. Phil Xiang, Virginia Tech University, USA - A Comparative Analysis of Major Online Review Sites: Implications for Social Media Analytics in Hospitality and Tourism
Wednesday, 13/4, 08.30 - 09.25, G1351

Prof. Dr. Miriam Scaglione, School of Management & Tourism, Valais, Switzerland - Modelling Internet Diffusion across Tourism Sectors
Wednesday, 13/4, 09.30 - 10.25, G1351

Ass. Prof. Dr. George Stadilis, Department of Business Administration, Alexander Technological Educational Institute, Thessaloniki, Greece - Knowledge–based decision support for destination management: application to the tourism of Thessaloniki
Wednesday, 13/4, 11.00 - 11.55, G1351

Prof. Dr. Rodolfo Baggio, Bocconi University Italy - Networks & tourism:  tools for destination management
Wednesday, 13/4, 12.00 - 12.55, G1351

Professor Andrew J Frew, Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh - Tourism under Threat
Friday, 27/5, 13.15 – 14.30, P2517

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