'Innovative Approaches to Tourism Marketing and Management Research'
2-4 April 2012
Who: Aimed at tourism marketing and management PhD students and their supervisors, first year through to the final year.
What: A relaxed, informal networking event, supported by small group sessions with experts, which allows you to share your research work within a mutually supportive environment.
When: 2-4th April 2012
Where: University of Exeter Business School, UK
Cost: £80 per delegate. This includes tea/coffee, lunch and one evening social event.
Topic areas: Our intention is to offer an inclusive event therefore we have avoided putting together a prescriptive list of topic areas. Instead we encourage submissions from all PhD students engaged in tourism marketing and management research. We particularly welcome papers with a strong focus on research epistemologies and/or methodologies.
Call for Papers:
*EXTENDED DEADLINE for submissions is now 03 February 2012 (16:00 GMT)*
In view of the recent confirmation of a special issue link between the Colloquium and the International Journal of Tourism Research, we are extending the call for papers. All previously submitted papers will be automatically considered for possible inclusion.
The Academy of Marketing Tourism Marketing SIG, in collaboration with the Centre for Sport, Leisure and Tourism Research at the University of Exeter, invites doctoral students in tourism marketing and management to participate in a PhD Colloquium held by the Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) centre of excellence for postgraduate training in tourism.
The purpose of the event is to bring together future experts in tourism marketing and management to:
- Make presentations on their research,
- Exchange knowledge and ideas, and
- Share experiences and learn from senior academics in the field.
The theme of the Colloquium will be to explore innovative approaches to research in tourism marketing and management. We especially welcome papers with a strong focus on research epistemologies and/or methodologies, but all aspects of the PhD process will be considered. In addition to a series of paper sessions, there will be opportunities to meet other students, supervisors and scholars, and to deepen your knowledge of professional research in this field. This Colloquium follows on from three extremely successful earlier events held in Exeter (2007), Bournemouth (2008) and Nottingham (2009).
Dr Philippa Hunter-Jones (University of Liverpool Management School)
Dr Scott McCabe (University of Nottingham Business School)
Prof Tim Coles (University of Exeter Business School)
Prof Alan Fyall (Bournemouth University, School of Tourism)