Handbook of Research on the Impacts Challenges and Policy Responses to OvertourismHandbook of Research on the Impacts Challenges and Policy Responses to Overtourism

While highlighting topics including overcrowding, social displacement, and tourism management, this book is ideally designed for local government officials, policymakers, lawmakers, researchers, entrepreneurs, industry professionals, travel ...

Author: Ribeiro de Almeida, Cláudia

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799822264


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In recent years, the increasing number of tourists traveling to specific urban and resort destinations has caused challenges for the effective management of tourism in these areas, with a resulting negative impact on towns, cities, and host communities. Such issues have included placing undue pressure on infrastructure; destruction of the physical, economic, and socio-cultural environment; and affecting the quality of residents’ daily lives by impacting their mobility and, in some cases, the price and rent of resident accommodation, goods, and services. To achieve a certain level of balance between the interests of local residents and visitors, new regulatory measures and legislation in high tourism areas must be discussed. TheHandbook of Research on the Impacts, Challenges, and Policy Responses to Overtourism is a collection of innovative research on best practices and legislation solutions for the management of tourism destinations suffering from overtourism, tourismophobia, or antitourism movement issues. While highlighting topics including overcrowding, social displacement, and tourism management, this book is ideally designed for local government officials, policymakers, lawmakers, researchers, entrepreneurs, industry professionals, travel agencies, hotels, academicians, and students seeking current innovative empirical research on destination-management practices and application techniques.

Future of Tourism in AsiaFuture of Tourism in Asia

Demarketing: A marketing framework for overtourism. In C. R. de Almeida, A. Quintano, M. Simancas, R. Huete & Z. Breda (Eds.), Handbook of research on impacts, challenges, and policy responses to overtourism (pp. 94–114). IGI Global.

Author: Anukrati Sharma

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811616693


Page: 313

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This book offers a meticulous overview of the future of tourism in Asian countries. This book provides new dimensions to the tourism research and tourism industry as it is concerned with the future vision of tourism in Asia. The main purpose of the book is to envision the outcomes both positive and negative from the tourism industry to prepare our future generations. This book expands on the concept that tourism is not sedentary and is ever changing rapidly. A unique feature of the book is that it brings into limelight the unexplored places of Asia as well as a growth of low-cost tourism in Asia. This book discusses how Asia can enjoy the competitive advantage in future. Also, whether the future outlook is bright or dark for the tourism sector in the Asia region. This book highlights the unexplored themes of tourism in Asia such as Over-tourism, Sports Tourism, Baby Boomers and Seenger Tourism, Literary Tourism, Experiential Tourism, Psychographic Segmentation of Future Tourists. The chapters have been authored by experts in their respective fields. This book allows readers to explore how different Asian countries might best serve tourism products in the future.

Overtourism Technology Solutions and Decimated DestinationsOvertourism Technology Solutions and Decimated Destinations

Opportunities and challenges in E-marketing with reference to tourism industry in India. International Journal of Research in ... Handbook of research on impacts, challenges, and policy responses to Overtourism (pp. 94–114). IGI-Global.

Author: Azizul Hassan

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811624742


Page: 348

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This book meticulously focuses on seeing technological solutions of overtourism on decimated destinations from a comprehensive viewpoint. Considering the present crisis situation, the global tourism industry is in need to formulate revised strategies to recover and to be more resilient. The book creates a platform to deliberate the measures needed to be taken to tackle the issue of this most recent crisis of COVID-19 on the lens of overtourism and technology application. The book adds some unique suggestions to direct a new outlook towards overtourism, technology solutions and decimated destinations. This book discusses the responsibilities of tourists towards decimated destinations as well as provides in-deep knowledge and debates about technological solutions to overtourism in decimated destinations.

Cultural Leadership in Transition TourismCultural Leadership in Transition Tourism

Handbook of research on the impacts, challenges, and policy responses to overtourism. IGI Global. De Luca, G., Shirvani Dastgerdi, A., Francini, C., & Liberatore, G. (2020). Sustainable cultural heritage planning and management of ...

Author: Elena Borin

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783031141218


Page: 307

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Cultural tourism has proved to be a significant source of economic development for cultural destinations, but it has also emerged as a sometimes potentially controversial and unsustainable phenomenon. The recent pandemic has also pointed out that we need different models of development of tourism, that include a more balanced approach to cultural components in cities and rural areas. Calls have been made on the need to design more sustainable models of tourism development for cultural destinations, conceiving tourism as a means to increasing the quality of life and generating economic opportunities in cities and regions by involving their communities and stakeholders. This book presents an in-depth analysis of the transition towards more sustainable models of cultural tourism development. Starting from the ongoing debate on cultural ecosystems, the book explores the potential key role of cultural and creative organizations as leaders of change. Including theoretical contributions, quantitative and qualitative analyses and international case studies, the book explores the role of cultural actors as leaders and their potential as drivers of culture-led innovation for tourism in cities and regions.

Festival and Event TourismFestival and Event Tourism

In: Ribeiro de Almeida, C., Quintano, A., Simancas, M., Huete, R., and Breda, Z. (eds) Handbook of Research on the Impacts, Challenges, and Policy Responses to Overtourism. IGI Global, London, pp. 94–114.

Author: Anukrati Sharma

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 9781789248661


Page: 175

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Festivals and events vary from small, neighbourhood celebrations through to mega gatherings, and both can be attractive to tourists. They come with their own unique challenges and opportunities however, which means destinations must carefully consider their responsibility to local people, and host them in a sustainable manner. Covering important issues such as the marketing, branding and promotion of events, this book also unravels the opportunities and challenges associated with sustainable festivals and events. It uses an array of case studies and a global author team to provide an important resource for tourism and event researchers and professionals.

European Journal of Tourism ResearchEuropean Journal of Tourism Research

(eds) Handbook of Research on the Impacts, Challenges, and Policy Responses to Overtourism. Hershey: IGI Global Publishing, 156-175 Botti, L., Peypoch, N. (2013). Multi-criteria ELECTRE method and destination competitiveness.


Publisher: Varna University of Management



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The European Journal of Tourism Research is an open access academic journal in the field of tourism, published by Varna University of Management, Bulgaria. Its aim is to provide a platform for discussion of theoretical and empirical problems in tourism. Publications from all fields, connected with tourism such as tourism management, tourism marketing, tourism sociology, psychology in tourism, tourism geography, political sciences in tourism, mathematics, tourism statistics, tourism anthropology, culture and tourism, heritage and tourism, national identity and tourism, information technologies in tourism and others are invited. Empirical studies need to have either a European context or clearly stated implications for European tourism industry. The journal is open to all researchers. Young researchers and authors from Central and Eastern Europe are encouraged to submit their contributions. Regular Articles in the European Journal of Tourism Research should normally be between 4 000 and 20 000 words. Major research articles of between 10 000 and 20 000 are highly welcome. Longer or shorter papers will also be considered. The journal publishes also Research Notes of 1 500 – 2 000 words. Submitted papers must combine theoretical concepts with practical applications or empirical testing. The European Journal of Tourism Research includes also the following sections: Book Reviews, announcements for Conferences and Seminars, abstracts of successfully defended Doctoral Dissertations in Tourism, case studies of Tourism Best Practices. The European Journal of Tourism Research is published in three Volumes per year. There are no charges for publication. The full text of the European Journal of Tourism Research is available in the following databases: EBSCO Hospitality and Tourism Complete CABI Leisure, Recreation and Tourism ProQuest Research Library The journal is indexed in Scopus and Clarivate Analytics' Emerging Sources Citation Index. The editorial team welcomes your submissions to the European Journal of Tourism Research.

Growth of the Medical Tourism Industry and Its Impact on Society Emerging Research and OpportunitiesGrowth of the Medical Tourism Industry and Its Impact on Society Emerging Research and Opportunities

In R. W. McHaney, I. Reychev, J. Azuri, M. E. McHaney, & R. Moshonov (Eds.), Impacts of Information Technology on Patient Care and ... In Handbook of Research on the Impacts, Challenges, and Policy Responses to Overtourism (pp.

Author: Singh, Manjeet

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799834298


Page: 189

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Healthcare and medical services have seen rapid development in various areas of the world, including Asia and Eastern Europe. These territories are now becoming a medical hub for many surrounding countries. Medical tourism is the practice of traveling to international regions for treatment that isn’t available locally. This subject has gained significant attention throughout the tourism industry, as researchers and professionals are searching for specific advancements of medical care and hospital development in numerous countries. Growth of the Medical Tourism Industry and Its Impact on Society: Emerging Research and Opportunities is a collection of innovative research on the methods and advancement of medical travel for treatment in various global regions and provides insights for the growth prospects of the medical tourism business. While highlighting topics including destination branding, community impact, and hospital management, this book is ideally designed for medical executives, hospital directors, researchers, policymakers, academicians, practitioners, scholars, and students seeking current research on tourism practices within the medical field.

Advances in Tourism Technology and SystemsAdvances in Tourism Technology and Systems

Handbook of Research on the Impacts, Challenges, and Policy Responses to Overtourism, pp. 347–363 (2020) Taks, M., Kesenne, S., Chalip, L., Green, B.C., Martyn, S.: Cost benefit analysis: the case of a medium-sized sport event.

Author: João Vidal de Carvalho

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789813342569


Page: 582

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This book features a collection of high-quality research papers presented at the International Conference on Tourism, Technology & Systems (ICOTTS 2020), held at the University of Cartagena, in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, from 29th to 31st October 2020. The book is divided into two volumes, and it covers the areas of technology in tourism and the tourist experience, generations and technology in tourism, digital marketing applied to tourism and travel, mobile technologies applied to sustainable tourism, information technologies in tourism, digital transformation of tourism business, e-tourism and tourism 2.0, big data and management for travel and tourism, geotagging and tourist mobility, smart destinations, robotics in tourism, and information systems and technologies.

Global Risk and Contingency Management Research in Times of CrisisGlobal Risk and Contingency Management Research in Times of Crisis

Routledge. Mantecón, A., & Velasco, M. (2020). Beyond Tourismphobia: Conceptualizing a New Framework to Analyze Attitudes Towards Tourism. In Handbook of Research on the Impacts, Challenges, and Policy Responses to Overtourism (pp.

Author: Vajjhala, Narasimha Rao

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781668452813


Page: 356

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Risks can be identified, evaluated, and mitigated, but the underlying uncertainty remains elusive. Risk is present across all industries and sectors. As a result, organizations and governments worldwide are currently experiencing higher levels of risk and have had to make risky decisions during times of crisis and instability, including the COVID-19 pandemic, economic and climate perils, and global tensions surrounding terrorism. It is essential that new studies are undertaken to understand strategies taken during these times to better equip business leaders to navigate risk management in the future. Global Risk and Contingency Management Research in Times of Crisis examines the impact of crises including the COVID-19 pandemic, which has tested organizational risk and contingency management plans. It provides significant insights that should benefit business leaders on risk and contingency management in times of crisis. It emphasizes strategies that leaders can undertake to identify potential future risks and examines decisions made in past crises that can act as examples of what to do and what not to do during future crisis events. Covering topics such as auditing theories, risk assessment, and educational inequality, this premier reference source is a crucial resource for business leaders, executives, managers, decision makers, policymakers, students, government officials, entrepreneurs, librarians, researchers, and academicians.

Visibilities and Invisibilities in Smart Cities Emerging Research and OpportunitiesVisibilities and Invisibilities in Smart Cities Emerging Research and Opportunities

In Handbook of Research on the Impacts, Challenges, and Policy Responses to Overtourism (pp. 302-324). IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1- 7998-2224-0.ch016 De Matteis, F. (2018). The City as a Mode of Perception.

Author: McKenna, H. Patricia

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799838517


Page: 289

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Throughout history, humanity has sought the betterment of its communities. In the 21st century, humanity has technology on its side in the process of improving its cities. Smart cities make their improvements by gathering real-world data in real time. Still, there are many complexities that many do not catch—they are invisible. It is important to understand how people make sense at the urban level and in extra-urban spaces of the combined complexities of invisibilities and visibilities in their environments, interactions, and infrastructures enabled through their own enhanced awareness together with aware technologies that are often embedded, pervasive, and ambient. This book probes the visible and invisible dimensions of emerging understandings of smart cities and regions in the context of more aware people interacting with each other and through more aware and pervasive technologies. Visibilities and Invisibilities in Smart Cities: Emerging Research and Opportunities contributes to the research literature for urban theoretical spaces, methodologies, and applications for smart and responsive cities; the evolving of urban theory and methods for 21st century cities and urbanities; and the formulation of a conceptual framework for associated methodologies and theoretical spaces. This work explores the relationships between variables using a case study approach combined with an explanatory correlational design. It is based on an urban research study conducted from mid-2015 to mid-2020 that spanned multiple countries across three continents. The book is split into four sections: introduction to the concepts of visible and invisible, frameworks for understanding the interplay of the two concepts, associated and evolving theory and methods, and extending current research as opportunities in smart city environments and regions. Covering topics including human geography, smart cities, and urban planning, this book is essential for urban planners, designers, city officials, community agencies, business managers and owners, academicians, researchers, and students, including those who work across multiple domains such as architecture, environmental design, human-computer interaction, human geography, information technology, sociology, and affective computing.