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Session Overview
PhD Research Colloquium
Monday, 28/Sep/2020:
9:00am - 4:00pm

Location: Faculty meeting room

The faculty meeting room is located at Universitätsstrasse 15 (SOWI building) at the 3rd floor, eastern part of the building.

Chaired by: Mike Peters (University of Innsbruck), Scott McCabe (University of Nottingham), Andreas Kallmünzer (La Rochelle Business School)

Session Abstract

On behalf of TTRA Europe we would like to welcome you to the Doctoral Colloquium Day (27.04.2020) at the University of Innsbruck! We are looking forward to welcoming you to discuss your research on sustainable development and policy, issues of responsibility in management and practice, or on entrepreneurship, social enterprise or innovation. However, any aspect of tourism development, management and marketing/consumer behaviour are also welcomed. Doctoral research is crucial to the tourism industry, to shape tourism policy in the future and is important for society. We held a very successful doctoral session in Angers in 2017 and Ljubljana in 2018, which was highly valued by those attending, providing important networking opportunities and a warm and collegial atmosphere.

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Destination Competitiveness Revisited: Determinants of tourism destination competitiveness and the role of social prosperity

Janosch Untersteiner

Management Center Innsbruck, Austria

Destination space in the context of living space

Sabine Fischer

Leipzig Tourismus und Marketing GmbH, Germany; Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

Managing Work Mobilities in the Service Industry

Ulrich Egger

University of Innsbruck, Austria

Non-human Actors and Materiality in Alpine Tourism

Monica Nadegger1,2

1Management Center Innsbruck, Austria; 2University of Innsbruck, Department of Organisation and Learning, Austria

Pleasure Through Pain: Conceptualization and Operationalization of Benign Masochism

Astrid W. Nørfelt

RMIT University, Australia

Stakeholder Collaboration: The case of accessible tourism

Joachim Nigg

University of Innsbruck, Austria

Stakeholders’ Perceptions of Destination Social Responsibility

Sarah Eichelberger

University of Innsbruck, Austria

Storytelling in Tourism Destinations: A Conceptual Framework of Story Elements and Their Effects on Tourist Response.

Christoph Pachucki

Seeburg Castle University, Austria

The Affordances of Different Technologies for Improving the Perceptions of Travel Destinations

Kashif Rashid Nagi1, Willem Standaert2, Julie Masset3, Philipp Wassler4

1SZABIST, Pakistan; 2HEC Liege Management School; 3University of Namur; 4Bournemouth University

The creation of authentic dining experiences in restaurants with particular focus on the narrative framing of menus.

Klaus Fritz

FHWien der WKW University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication, Austria

The impact of Augmented Reality on tourist experience

Tjaša Alegro

Faculty of Tourism University of Maribor, Slovenia

WOM and Loyalty: Differences Between Package-buyers and Self-packers

Cecilie Andersen1, Marit G. E Engeseth2, Ellen Katrine Nyhus3

1University of Agder, Norway; 2University of South-Eastern Norway; 3University of Agder, Norway

Digital Payment / Mobile Payment application and adoption in Digital Tourism

Ruoyuan Wang

University of Innsbruck, Austria

International Strategic Alliance in Developing Organisational Ambidexterity by Convention Bureaux

Monika Dembinska

Poznan University of Economics and Business, Poland

The impact of the mobile travel app-usage on the acquisition of digital skills by user

Kiana Seyedeh Hosseini

University of Ljubljana School of Economics and Business, Germany

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