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4th International Conference on CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance; Perth, AU, 26.-28.07.2017
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Written by Joachim Willms [Managing Director]   
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The 4th International Conference on CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance responds to the increasing attention to CSR by academia, industry and government in various sectors including the travel, tourism and hospitality industries. 
Although CSR has remained a controversial concept, it is often linked to the principles of sustainability. The conference will, however, not only address critical socio-cultural and environmental challenges confronting tourism businesses, but provide an insight into CSR efforts, for instance, in the accommodation and transportation sectors as well as by tour operators and attraction providers. 
In featuring the latest research the conference aims to contribute to a better understanding of the role of CSR in tourism in theory and practice.

Suggested topics, but not limited to:
- trends in sustainable tourism
- ethics in tourism
- corporate social responsibility in tourism
- volunteer tourism
- responsible tourists
- intercultural encounters

Selected papers will be considered for publication in a special issue in an academic tourism journal and/or as chapter contributions to an edited research text with a renown academic publisher. 

The CSR Organising Committee are currently inviting submission of abstracts for oral presentations for the Conference. The Conference will take place on 26-28 July 2017 and held at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. The Conference is organised by the Centre for Responsible Citizenship and Sustainability at Murdoch University in collaboration with the Global Corporate Governance Institute.

To have your abstract considered for acceptance, you must submit before the abstract deadline of 28th February 2017
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'Disruptions in Urban Tourism', Dobrovnik, CR, 31.05.-02.06.2017
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'Disruptions in Urban Tourism'
Dubrovnik, Croatia – May 31 – June 2, 2017
Scientific track of the ECM conference on City Tourism
 
Invitation to submit an abstract for the scientific track of the ECM conference on City Tourism, dealing with Disruptions in Urban Tourism, which will be held in DubrovnikCroatia on May 31st-June 2nd 2017.

Important Dates
Submit abstract (max. 1,000 words): 28th February 2017
Notice of acceptance: 31st of March 2017
Authors of accepted abstracts are invited to register to the conference until: 7th April 2017
Conference: May 31st - June 2, 2017
Authors invited to submit final papers for publication in Journal of Tourism Futures until 1st October 2017
 
Background 
The growth of city tourism and further developments in the tourism industry as well as wider society have created a wide range of new opportunities and challenges that have already or can disrupt tourism in the future. European Cities Marketing, in association with leading academic organisations in Europe would like to invite contributors for an international conference on this subject. The conference seeks theoretical discussion papers, but also empirical work and/or case studies based on applied research. The focus of the conference is disruptive change in city destinations, which includes among others, but 
not exclusively, topics such as: 
  • Economic disruptions 
  • Environmental disruptions  
  • Societal disruptions 
  • Political disruptions  
  • Disruptive policies and policymaking.  
  • Technological disruptions  
  • SMART disruptions 
  • Disruptions in tourism product development  
  • Tourism as a disruptor to processes within the wider city.  
  • Disruptive tourist behaviour  



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Research Symposium: Tourism, Hospitality & Events; Sunderland, GB, 24.05.2017
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Written by Joachim Willms [Managing Director]   
University of Sunderland
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Research Symposium
24th May 2017
Tourism, Hospitality & Events: Border crossings and inter-connections
More analytical information about the Research Symposium can be found in: https://thesymposium2017.wordpress.com
 
Call for Papers
In recent years, the growth of tourism, hospitality, and events (T.H.E.) has been faster than the growth of the wider economy and other significant sectors including financial services, health care, and automotive businesses (WTTC, 2015). The micro and macro environments within which the T.H.E. sectors operate are increasingly complex, fluid and dynamic, requiring a more holistic approach to their operations, research and education.  Indeed, tourism, hospitality and events are recognised to be fields that can be studied from different perspectives including economics, sociology, anthropology, psychology, marketing, management, and geography.  Within T.H.E. we have undoubtedly witnessed a more flexible approach to research, scholarship, and education that, on the one hand can sufficiently address the challenges of the new era and, on the other hand, can help businesses to adapt to remain competitive. It is only through innovation and new ways of thinking that organisations can survive and develop (Sok & O’Cass, 2011). Thus, perspectives and research from different academic fields and disciplines are considerably important for understanding the evolution of T.H.E.   Further, the recent critical turn in T.H.E. has celebrated interdisciplinary research and scholarship recognising the ability of such border crossings to enrich our knowledge and understanding of these fields of study, thereby transforming education and practice.
 

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