EuroCHRIE Team

EuroCHRIE Team
January 2, 2024


Tourism Review: Download the latest issue

As we bid farewell to 2023, TOURISM REVIEW proudly reflects on a remarkable year marked by unprecedented growth and scholarly engagement. In a testament to the thriving global interest in tourism research, we are thrilled to announce that TOURISM REVIEW attracted a record-breaking 913 papers in 2023, representing an impressive 39% increase from the previous year.

Tourism Review: Volume 78 Issue 6

* Thanks to Editor, Prof Dimitrios Buhalis

This surge in submissions underscores the growing significance of TOURISM REVIEW as a premier platform for academics, researchers, and industry professionals to disseminate their insights and contribute to the ever-evolving landscape of tourism studies.

Looking ahead to the promising year of 2024, we are delighted to share that all 90 papers slated for publication in Volume 79 have been meticulously reviewed and accepted. These thought-provoking contributions are set to enrich the upcoming nine issues, promising our readers a diverse and insightful exploration of the latest trends, research findings, and perspectives within the realm of tourism.

Excitingly, many of these accepted papers are already available on EarlyCite, offering a sneak peek into the cutting-edge research that will shape the discourse in the coming months. EarlyCite serves as a dynamic prelude, allowing readers to delve into the forefront of tourism scholarship even before the formal publication of the issues.

For those eager to explore the vast array of papers and immerse themselves in the world of tourism research, detailed information about TOURISM REVIEW’s publications can be found on our dedicated page at TOURISM REVIEW on Emerald Insight.

We extend our sincere gratitude to the global community of scholars, authors, and readers who have contributed to the success of TOURISM REVIEW. Your dedication fuels our commitment to maintaining TOURISM REVIEW as an influential platform that catalyzes meaningful conversations and advances the frontiers of tourism knowledge.

As we embark on this new year, TOURISM REVIEW is poised to continue its journey of excellence, facilitating the exchange of ideas and fostering a vibrant community of scholars passionate about unraveling the complexities of the tourism industry.

Stay tuned for an exciting year ahead, filled with groundbreaking research and enriching insights in TOURISM REVIEW!

Tourism Review is the oldest journal dedicated to tourism issues celebrating its 75 years history in 2020. It aims to advance the understanding of tourism and to enhance the impact and relevance of tourism research to global society at large.

Aims & Scope

TR publishes research papers, systematic literature reviews (state of the art), short interventions (perspective papers) and research innovations (cutting edge)

Tourism Review provides original, creative, multi- and interdisciplinary contributions on a very wide range of issues including:

  • Understanding and meaning of tourism and all stakeholders in the tourism ecosystem
  • Tourism business environment and ecosystem
  • Tourism management, stakeholders and strategies
  • Tourism demand, markets, consumer behaviour, segmentation
  • Cocreation of tourism experiences across multiple stakeholders
  • Tourism policy, governance, community and economic integration
  • Tourism planning and development, regional planning,
  • Tourism socio-economic context
  • Managing and marketing tourism products and services
  • Destination networks and ecosystems
  • Destination competitiveness and sources of competitive advantage
  • Tourism marketing, branding, positioning, promotion, pricing
  • Information Communication Technology, social media and reputation management
  • Distribution of tourism and intermediation strategies
  • Impacts of tourism: economic, socio-cultural and environmental
  • Financial management, incentives, concessions for tourism development
  • Sustainability, ecotourism, climate change, triple bottom line and corporate social responsibility
  • Tourism geography, mobilities, migration, place
  • Coastal, rural, mountain, urban tourism
  • Industry: transportation, hospitality, attractions, festivals, leisure
  • Events and sports tourism, legacy and impacts
  • Food and drink tourism, trail designs, gastronomy, sustainable food practices and allergens
  • Crisis management, risk and disaster management, business continuity
  • Cultural heritage, festivals, art and creative industries
  • Cultural anthropology, sociology, ethnography
  • Religious tourism and pilgrimage, cultural routes
  • Human resources and talent management, global employability
  • Accessibility, inclusive design and tourism for all

The Editors encourage articles that explore knowledge and theory and provide an innovative and exploratory analysis towards a future perspective that adds value to all tourism stakeholders globally.

Tourism Review Publishes Four Types of Papers

  • Research Papers (both empirical and conceptual)
  • State of the Art papers (synthesis of literature)
  • Cutting edge papers (short contemporary topic/ PhD research/emerging topics)
  • Short interventions (perspective papers)
EuroCHRIE Team

EuroCHRIE Team
January 2, 2024

Last updated on January 2, 2024