Lecturer in Festival and Event Management
Lecturer in Tourism Management
I. Yeoman, M. Robertson, J. Ali-Knight, U. McMahon-Beattie, & S. Drummond (Eds.), (2004). Festival and Events Management: an international arts and culture perspective
Festival and Events Management: An International Perspective is a unique text looking at the central role of events management in the cultural, tourism and arts industries.
Morrison, A., Lynch, P. & Johns, N. (2003). International tourism networks. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management. 16(3), 197-202. doi:10.1108/09596110410531195. ISSN 0959-6119
Much of tourism development is predicated on the successful working of organisations alignment in the form of partnerships or “networks”. However, tourism networks have been r...
Hannam, K. (2001). Tourism and development I: globalization and power. Progress in Development Studies, 2(3), (227-234). doi:10.1191/1464993402ps039pr. ISSN 1464-9934
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Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
To analyse the rise, decline, and rise again of Strathpeffer Spa, c.1850-2014. This project will provide insight into the history and development of a distinctive, business-related highland community...
Qatar National Research Fund
Generate an audit of current activities of various Qatari based institutions (public, private and voluntary sectors) linked to the promotion of green and active living via events.
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Associate Professor in Festival and Event Management
Tinsley, R., & Lynch, P. (2001). Small tourism business networks and destination development. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 20(4), (367 - 378). doi:10.1016/S0278-4319(01)00024-X. ISSN 0278-4319
This paper is based on ongoing research into networking between small tourism businesses and its contribution to destination development. The fieldwork is being carried out in...
Halewood, C., & Hannam, K. (2000). Viking heritage tourism: Authenticity and Commodification. Annals of Tourism Research, 28(3), (565 - 580). doi:10.1016/S0160-7383(00)00076-1. ISSN 0160-7383
This paper explores the key dimensions of the emerging Viking heritage tourism in Europe which consists of museums, heritage centers, theme parks, village reconstructions, and...
Lynch, . P. (1999). Networking in the Homestay Sector. The service industries journal, 20(3), (95-116). doi:10.1080/02642060000000034
This paper provides a case study on the management of private home accommodation used to house overseas guests who are primarily registered as students with the English as a f...
Charters, S., & Ali‐Knight, J. (1999). Wine Tourism — A Thirst for Knowledge?. International Journal of Wine Marketing, 12(3), (70-80). doi:10.1108/eb008715. ISSN 0954-7541
Wine tourism is a growing segment of the tourism industry. Wine tourists are not a homogeneous group, but seek differing components of the overall wine tourism experience. Thi...
Urquhart, E. (2017). Tourist Attractions: From Object to Narrative (Johan R. Edelheim). Tourism Analysis, 22(4), (595-597). ISSN 1083-5423
Urquhart, E. (2017). The Role of Interactive Technology in the Co-creation of Experience in Scottish Visitor Attractions. In PhD Workshop Research Proposals, 113-118. ISBN 978-88-6101-016-1
As a sector reliant on the creation of memorable experiences, visitor attractions (VAs) have increasingly turned to interactive technology as a platform for engaging and commu...
Lees, G., Morrison, A., & Robertson, M. (2014). Duplication of Purchase Law in Sport Event Markets: New Zealand case study. In S. Rundle-Thiele, K. Kubacki, & D. Arli (Eds.), ANZMAC Annual Conference 2014, Proceedings, 218-225
Yeoman, I., Robertson, M., & Smith, K. (2011). A futurist’s view on the future of events
Events are significant in today’s society. They have links to religion, to culture, to sport, to community, to commerce, and to political, policy and microeconomic and macroec...
LEASK, A. (2008). The Nature and Role of Visitor Attractions. In A. Fyall, B. Garrod, A. Leask, & S. Wanhill (Eds.), Managing Visitor Attractions, 3-15. (2). Elsevier. doi:10.1016/b978-0-7506-8545-0.50007-1
The nature and role of visitor attractions.
As a sector that is reliant on the creation and management of memorable experiences, visitor attrac...
As a societal phenomenon, festivals and planned events are discussed in a wide policy context. They have entered a broader discus...
The Rivers Suite, Craiglockhart Campus
1 May 2017
11 May 2015