Forster, S. & Anastasiadou, C. (2015). Enhancing the Tourist Heritage Experience through In-Situ, Customisable, 3D printed Souvenirs. In Proceedings Heritage Tourism & Hospitality International Conference 2015ISBN 978-90-9029477-3
This research set out to investigate whether technological innovations in design and the personalisation of tourist souvenirs through 3D printing, could offer opportunities to...
Bakiewicz, J. & Leask, A. (2014). Exploring film induced tourism implications on onsite heritage interpretation at heritage visitor attractions. In Kozak, M. & Kozak, N. (Eds.). 7th World Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism Hospitality and Leisure Proceedings Book, 388-393. ISBN 978-605-4940-25-7
The previous research in the area of film induced tourism, although widely acknowledged, was not concerned with built heritage sites which have inherent restricti...
Anastasiadou, C. & Halkier, H. (2013). From destination management organisations to destination organisations in Scotland and Denmark: multi-level governance versus localism. In Gyimóthy, S., Möckel, M. & Budeanu, A. (Eds.). The Values of Tourism, 111. ISBN N/A
Although a lot of previous research on destination management had focused on the relevance of destination marketing organisations in improving destination competitiveness (Pik...
Do-It-Yourself networking refers to a conceptual approach to the use of low-cost hardware and wireless technology in deploying local communication networks that can operate independently from the Inte...
ENU Development Trust
The aim of the project is to examine corporate social responsibility approaches in the tourism and hospitality sector across three geographic locations. It will explore how cultural and societal value...
EU Framework Programme 7 and FP6 and earlier programmes
STEP - Service Sector Training in European Employment Practices is a European Commission project, funded under the Leonardo da Vinci Programme, that examines HR practices in the European hospitality s...
12 May 2015
12 May 2015
A total of 35 researchers, early career and established academics from the Business School, the University and other institutions, attended the event, which took place on 12th...
Leask, A., Fyall, A. & Barron, P. (2012). Generation Y: A supply-side comparative study of Western and Asian visitor attractions. In 2nd Interdisciplinary Tourism Research Conference Proceedings Book
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Fyall, A. & Leask, A. (2002). Managing Visitor Attractions: An International Comparison of Management Practice. In CAUTHE 1993 to 2002: A Decade of Australian Tourism ResearchISBN 1876685344
Smith, I., Taylor, M. D., de Klerk, P. J. & Camara, J. M. (2009). Internationalising group project work for Civil Engineering students: International Project Week 2009. In Proceedings of INTED2010 Conference, 1893-1902. ISBN 9788461355389
Edinburgh Napier University hosted a huge gathering of European civil engineering
students for one week in May 2009 for the International Project Week 2009 (IPW 2009).
Laybourn, P. (1998). A tourism organisation’s soft OR practitioner’s perceptions of problem structuring methodologies
Sheehan, M., Grant, K. & Garavan, T. (in press). Academic Viewpoint. Strategic talent management: A macro and micro analysis of current issues in hospitality and tourism. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes. doi:10.1108/WHATT-10-2017-0062. ISSN 1755-4217
This article provides an academic viewpoint on contemporary factors associated with talent management (TM) in the hospitality and tourism sector.
Thomson, E. (in press). Narratives of health and hospitality: Strathpeffer Spa c.1866 – c.1946. Hospitality and Society. ISSN 2042-7913
This paper examines the history of Strathpeffer Spa (the UK’s most northerly spa) between c.1860 and c.1946 using a range of printed primary and archive sources. Drawing upon...
Fyall, A., Leask, A., Barron, P. & Ladkin, A. (2017). Managing Asian attractions-generation Y and face consumption. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management. 32, 35-44. doi:10.1016/j.jhtm.2017.04.006. ISSN 1447-6770
In view of the growth, dynamism and increasing influence of the Asian tourism industry and the contribution to be played in the future by Gen Y visitors and workforce, this st...
Lynch, P. (2017). Mundane Welcome: Hospitality as Life Politics. Annals of Tourism Research, 64, (174-184). doi:10.1016/j.annals.2017.04.001. ISSN 0160-7383
This research explores the experience of mundane welcome and elaborates the emergent concept, ‘hospitality life politics’ (HLP), referring to hospitality practises invoked by ...
Holmes, K., & Ali-Knight, J. (2017). The Event and Festival Life Cycle – Developing a New Model for a New Context International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 29(3), (986-1004). doi:10.1108/IJCHM-10-2015-0581. ISSN 0959-6119
The events and festivals literature relies on theories and models borrowed from tourism studies which may insufficiently account for the unique characteristics of even...
Barron, P., & Ali-Knight, J. (2017). Aspirations and progression of event management graduates: A study of career development. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 30, (29-38). doi:10.1016/j.jhtm.2017.01.005. ISSN 1447-6770
The provision of event management education in the higher education sector has grown significantly in recent years, yet little is known of the circumstances of the increasing ...
Skokic, V., Lynch, P. & Morrison, A. (2015). Hotel entrepreneurship in a turbulent environment. International Journal of Hospitality Management. 53, 1-11. doi:10.1016/j.ijhm.2015.11.008. ISSN 0278-4319
This paper aims to explore the factors that stimulate entrepreneurship among small hotels in a former socialist economy which experienced a turbulent economic and social trans...
Skokic, V., Lynch, P. & Morrison, A. (2015). In search of inhospitable knowledge. Hospitality and Society. 6(1), 31-54. doi:10.1386/hosp.6.1.31_1. ISSN 2042-7913
The aim of this article is to discuss the key issues which have had significant influence on a PhD research student journey from positivism to interpretivism and the subsequen...