CfP: Tourism and digital transformation of business

The next issue of the Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends proposes the analysis of the impact that new technologies and digital evolution have on tourism. The guest editors for this special issue are Dr. Said Ladki (Lebanese American University) and Dr. Guy Assaker (University of South Australia).

The research could concentrate on a wide range of topics, such as:

  • the evolution of tourism in the digital economy
  • the sharing economy and tourism
  • the digitization of travel agents
  • destination branding online
  • innovation in tourism
  • new business models in tourism
  • tourist behavior in a digital world

Nevertheless, the discussions remain open and are not limited by the previous suggestions.

Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic publication, launched in 2008. It is currently indexed in international relevant databases, such as Cabell’s, CEEOL, Ebsco – Hospitality & Tourism Complete, IBZ, Index Copernicus, ProQuest, Questia, or Ulrich’s.

 

Deadline for final article: November 30, 2017

Email: submission@journaltct.ro

More details: www.journaltct.ro

 

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Trends in tourism

The 10th volume of the Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends proposes an interdisciplinary and dynamic investigation of the complex connections between tourism, society, and economy. The recent evolution of tourism, as well as the trends observable, are tightly connected with the transformation of society and economy, with both global and local evolutions.

Topics that might be approach range from micro-level to macro-level issues. Some suggestions might be:

  • the evolution of tourism and its determinants
  • tourism and digital transformation of business
  • the impact of tourists on host communities
  • managing new needs of tourists
  • the impact of mentality shifts on tourism consumption
  • the influence of world politics on tourism
  • new tools to attract tourists

 

Nevertheless, the discussions remain open and are not limited by the previous suggestions. Early submission facilitates the inclusion process.

Guest editors:

  • Camelia Gheorghe (IATA ATC Coordinator, School of Domestic and International Economy of Tourism – Romanian-American University)
  • Stanislav Ivanov (Vice Rector for Academic Affairs, Varna University of Management)

Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic publication, launched in 2008. It is currently indexed in international relevant databases, such as Cabell’s, CEEOL, Ebsco – Hospitality & Tourism Complete, IBZ, Index Copernicus, ProQuest, Questia, or Ulrich’s.

Deadline: December 10, 2017

Email: submission@journaltct.ro

 

CfP: Tourism marketing

The 9.2 issue of the Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends proposes an interdisciplinary investigation on tourism marketing. Many topics could be approached, such as:

  • Trends in tourist behavior
  • Tourist experience
  • Tourism engagement
  • Marketing research challenges in tourism sector
  • Designing offers / Packaging for responsible tourists
  • Successful positioning strategies in tourism
  • Strategies to attract tourists in the digital age
  • E-commerce / M-commerce and tourism
  • Destination branding
  • Hotel branding
  • Storytelling and tourism
  • Marketing strategies for SMEs operating in tourism

Nevertheless, the discussions remain open and are not limited by the previous suggestions.

 

Deadline for final paper submission for vol 9.2: December 1, 2016

Email: submission@journaltct.ro

CfP: Tourism and Religion

Religion shapes societies. It can bring people together, but it could also divide. It can give a sense of community, but it can also lead to conflict. Religion is a topic of continuous debate from many perspectives.

Religion moves people, both in an abstract way, as well as in a physical way. Delphi, Istanbul, Jerusalem, Mecca, Rome, Santiago de Compostela, Stonehenge are only some examples of famous places, visited by millions of people due to their special connection with various religions and beliefs. The visitors are not always religiously connected with those places.

The 9.1 issue of the Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends proposes an interdisciplinary investigation of the complex connections between tourism and religion. Many topics could be approached, such as:

  • the evolution of pilgrimage tourism;
  • the drivers of pilgrimage tourism;
  • the impact of tourists on the host communities at religious sites;
  • managing specific needs of religious tourists;
  • the impact of religion on tourism consumption; etc.

Nevertheless, the discussions remain open and are not limited by the previous suggestions.

The researchers interested in the topic are invited to submit their proposals by  May 15, 2016 at submission@journaltct.ro. Please follow the instructions for authors available here.

CfP: Tourism and Responsibility

JTCT CFP Tourism & Responsibility

CfP: Cruise Tourism

Cruise tourismThe cruise industry is continuously developing, both in terms of expenditures and number of tourists. It also has a significant impact on other economic sectors. For instance, just in Europe, the direct economic impact of the European Cruise Sector was in 2013 of more than 15,000 Million euros.

Considering the evolutions in the last years, the growth potential is also significant. This trend is enhanced by the fact that the cruise product itself is diversified and it could be further developed. Other factors leading to its development are new destinations, new ship design concepts or new themes – to mention just a few.

The Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends invites practitioners and academics to investigate the current evolutions in the cruise industry.

Deadlines:

Final submission: 1st of March 2015
Notification of authors: 15th of April 2015
Publishing date: June 2015

Tourism in the Mediterranean and the Middle East

Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends invites academics and practitioners to submit their most recent research on the complex evolutions of tourism, in connection with the political, economic, social and cultural factors, in the Mediterranean region and the Middle East.

Guest-editors of this special issue are
– Dr. Jeffrey Kantor, Ariel University, Israel
– Nedra Bahri-Ammari, IHEC of Cartage, Tunisia

Deadline for paper submission: 1 Sept. 2014

JTCT is offering an overview of the theories and practices in the tourism industry. The contributions of researchers around the world have been recognized by its inclusion in prestigious international academic databases among which CEEOL, Index Copernicus, EBSCO, ProQuest and others.