CALL FOR PAPERS : “New challenges for tourism in a post-COVID world” conference
 
The Center for Research on Tourism in Oceania-Pacific (CETOP) and the Governance and Insular Development research center (GDI, EA 4240) organize at the University of French Polynesia (UPF) an international conference on "New challenges for tourism in a post-COVID world”, June 1st-3rd, 2021 (new dates) in Tahiti.
 
This academic conference is planned during “tourism week” (May 31–June 5, 2021) at the UPF, which will also feature an AIMTD (International Association of Sustainable Tourism Management) workshop, and other seminars (forthcoming). The aim of this multidisciplinary conference is to present new research in tourism post-COVID, notably to understand the consequences of the pandemic and the economic crisis for the tourism industry in the short and long term. Applied or theoretical papers in tourism based on rigorous techniques of analysis are welcomed. The selection process will be based on scientific quality.
Papers related to the following fields will be particularly appreciated:
  • Destination management and tourism policy evaluation
  • Economic and social impacts of tourism
  • Tourism competitiveness
  • Changes in tourism demand
  • Innovation in tourism supply and supply chains
  • Tourism forecasting and recovery
Submission guidelines: Authors are requested to submit an electronic copy of their manuscript (full paper or extended abstract) in PDF format by December 31, 2020 to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..