Announcements

  • Call for Papers: Reimagining the Tourism Business and Community Well-Being

    2020-09-11

    ATNA welcomes submissions in the form of viewpoints, research notes, case studies, literature reviews and research articles for this issue on "Reimagining the Tourism Business and Community Well-Being". We welcome primary research-based articles on a broad range, which could include local, regional, national/global perspectives. We particularly seek ten papers up to 8,000 words which are intellectually challenging and covering examples from different parts of the world. Some potential themes are listed below, but are not limited to:

    • Co-creation and Community Based Tourism
    • Over-tourism and implications on community well-being
    • Biodiversity and tourism
    • Socio-economic impacts in Tourism
    • Change management in tourism business
    • Strategies for community well-being
    • Innovation, creativity and community based models for tourism
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  • Call for Papers: Re-imaging the new normal: Changing hospitality trends post-Covid-19

    2020-09-11

    We welcome primary research-based articles on a broad range, in both geographic and chronological terms, which could include local, regional, national/global. We particularly seek ten papers up to 8,000 words which are intellectually challenging and covering examples from different parts of the world. Some potential themes are listed below, but are not limited to:

    • Travel and hospitality recovery
    • New initiatives, Resilience, Cultural differences, Sustainability and CSR
    • Best Practices in Enhancing Tourism with Authentic Hospitality¬†
    • Competitiveness, sustainability and corporate social responsibility
    • Consumer behavior, decision-making, expectations, experience and satisfaction
    • Innovation in Hospitality, Tourism and Events Industry
    • Spas, health and well-being
    • Next-Generation Customer Experience: Human Touch Vs. Smart Touch¬†
    • The geographical economic effects of the pandemic on the hospitality and tourism industry.
    • Overcome the damage caused by pandemic on a particular country, city, local community or an economic sector.
    • Crisis and recovery in tourism and hospitality
    • Demoralizing effects on the hospitality industry during covid 19
    • Contactless Technology: the New Normal for Hotels and Restaurants Post Lockdown
    • Listening to the body to understand food requirements
    • Changes in diet and eating habits during Covid19
    • Innovate to sustain: The food business during Covid19
    • How Organic is Organic: The New Normal
    • The future customer: Food trends and consumption pattern
    • The plate is getting prettier for the camera.
    • Social media: The cause for changing food trends.
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  • Call for Papers: The Impact of COVID-19 on Global Tourism

    2020-09-11

    ATNA welcomes submissions in the form of viewpoints, research notes, case studies, literature reviews and research articles for a special issue on "The impact of COVID-19 on global Tourism". We welcome primary research-based articles on a broad range, which could include local, regional, national/global perspectives. We particularly seek ten papers up to 8,000 words which are intellectually challenging and covering examples from different parts of the world. Some potential themes are listed below, but are not limited to:

     

    • The International, National, Regional and Local economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the hospitality business.
    • Socio-economic impacts due to the novel COVID-19 pandemic
    • Strategies of the hospitality enterprises that deals to survive during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    • Post COVID-19 pandemic scenario and its implications on the hospitality industry
    • Strategies to recover and restore tourism business from the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the hospitality industry.
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  • Call for Papers

    2019-04-09

    We invite academicians, researchers and like-minded people to submit original research articles, survey papers, case studies, etc. which are not published elsewhere or not sent for publication elsewhere. Please ensure that the similarity level of the material submitted is not more than the desired level in the genre of your material.

    We invite authors and publishers to send their books for book reviews to be included in the journal.

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