Research Output per year
Academy for Tourism / CSTT
In the context of our highly dynamic and complex society, we observe a growing importance of tourism as overarching, cross-sectoral field of economic growth and societal development. Classical areas of tourism, such as the travel industry, recreation, destination management and planning/policy making are getting increasingly intertwined.
Building on the Academy for Tourism’s historical involvement in academic research during the last 50 years (fundamental and applied), its research program has achieved positive outcomes both in quantity and relevance of research production, critical mass of capacity, and close connection to education and to academic and professional partners such as NBTC (Dutch Tourism Board), ANVR (Dutch Travel Industry Association), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Amadeus, and many others.
The Academy for Tourism features the research unit Centre for Sustainability, Tourism and Transport (CSTT), which aims to contribute to an improved understanding of the tourism phenomenon in all its aspects, and to support the tourism industry by answering their questions.
We use, and develop, innovative and valid research methods, and we convert internal and external private and public funding sources into valuable and relevant scientific and professional output.
Through our research, we intend to increase the value of tourism for society.
Adapting to an emerging social media landscape: The rise of informalization of company communication in tourismDijkmans, C., Kerkhof, P. & Beukeboom, C. J., 2020, Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2020: Proceedings of the International Conference in Surrey, United Kingdom, January 08–10, 2020. Neidhardt, J. & Wörndl, W. (eds.). Springer, 12 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Scientific › peer-review
Adapting to an emerging social media landscape: The rise of informalization of company communication in tourismDijkmans, C., 2020.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper
An exploratory study: the impact of terrorism on risk. An analysis of the German market behaviours and attitudes towards EgyptIsaac, R., 2020, In : Tourism Planning & Development. 2020
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review
Activities per year
Dineke Koerts (Editor)
Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work › Editorial activity
Contextual-Relational considerations for transforming conflict: from adversarial interactions to dialogic relations from division to co-creation to inclusion
Celiane Camargo Borges (Member)
Activity: Examination › PhD supervisor / committee
Paul Peeters (Keynote speaker)
Activity: Talk or presentation › Guest lectures/talks/presentations (not at a conference)
1 Media contribution
Press/Media: Press / Media
Projects per year
SmartCulTour: Smart Cultural Tourism as a Driver of Sustainable Development of European Regions (SmartCulTour)
Klijs, J., Koens, K., Nawijn, J., Moretti, S., Calvi, L., Weber-Sabil, J., Mzembe, A., Cakmak, E., Smit, B., Mainil, T., Melissen, F., Jasperse, P., Richards, G., Habekotté, J., Relouw, J., Hutchinson, K., Boode, W., Pereira Santos, C., Mayer, I., Mensink - Nooij, F. & Cheng, K.
1/01/20 → 30/06/23