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ATLAS is celebrating its 30th anniversary!!!


What has ATLAS been doing over the last 30 years?

 

 

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ATLAS annual conferences
ATLAS Asia-Pacific conferences
ATLAS Africa conferences
ATLAS Latin Americas conferences
ATLAS Middle East conferences
ATLAS PhD student events
ATLAS Winter University and other intensive courses
ATLAS Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
ATLAS Special Interest Group events
ATLAS webinars and online events
European Union projects
Other projects
ATLAS publications
Special issues and papers in other journals
ATLAS Tourism and Leisure Review
ATLAS Working Papers
 

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ATLAS annual conferences

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ATLAS annual conferences

ATLAS 1st annual conference 1994
European tourism and leisure education: Trends and prospects
Tilburg, the Netherlands
December 1994

ATLAS annual conference 1995
Tourism in Central and Eastern Europe: Educating for quality
Kazimierz, Poland
September 1995

LSA-VVS-ATLAS conference 1996
Leisure, Time and Space in a Transitory Society
Wageningen, the Netherlands
September 1996

ATLAS annual conference 1997
Tourism, culture and development
Viana do Castelo, Portugal
1997

ATLAS annual conference 1998
Innovative approaches to culture and tourism
Rethymnon, Greece
1998

ATLAS annual conference 1999
Tourism Services and Quality Management
Munich, Germany
1999

ATLAS annual conference 2000
North-South: Contrasts and connections in global tourism
Savonlinna, Finland
June 2000

ATLAS annual conference 2001
Tourism innovation and regional development
Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
October 2001

ATLAS annual conference 2002
Visions of sustainability
Estoril, Portugal
November 2002

ATLAS annual conference 2003
Quality of life: Competing value perspectives in leisure and tourism
Leeuwarden, the Netherlands
June 2003

ATLAS annual conference 2004
Networking and partnerships in destination development and management
Naples, Italy
April 2004

ATLAS annual conference 2005
Tourism, creativity and development
Barcelona, Spain
November 2005

ATLAS annual conference 2006
The transformation of tourism spaces
Lodz, Poland
September 2006

ATLAS annual conference 2007
Destinations revisited. Perspectives on developing and managing tourist areas
Viana do Castelo, Portugal
September 5-8, 2007

ATLAS annual conference 2008
Selling or Telling? Paradoxe in tourism, culture and heritage
Brighton, United Kingdom
July 2-4, 2008

ATLAS annual conference 2009
Experiencing difference. Changing tourism and tourists experiences
Aalborg, Denmark
May 27-29, 2009

ATLAS annual conference 2010
Mass tourism vs. niche tourism
Limassol, Cyprus
November 3-5, 2010

ATLAS annual conference 2011
Landscape and tourism: The dualistic relationship
Valmiera, Latvia
September 21-23, 2011

ATLAS annual conference 2012
Re-creating the Global City: Tourism, Leisure and Mega-Events in the Transformation of 21st Century Cities
London, United Kingdom
September, 2012

ATLAS annual conference 2013
Environments of exchange: Leisure and tourism
Malta
November 6-8, 2013

ATLAS annual conference 2014
Tourism, Travel and Leisure - Sources of Wellbeing, Happiness and Quality of Life
Budapest, Hungary
October 22-24, 2014

ATLAS annual conference 2015
Risk in travel and tourism: Geographies, behaviors and strategies
Lisbon, Portugal
October 21-23, 2015

ATLAS Annual Conference 2016
Tourism, Lifestyles and Locations
Canterbury, United Kingdom
September 14-16, 2016

ATLAS Annual Conference 2017
Destinations past, present and future
Viana do Castelo, Portugal
12-16 September, 2017

ATLAS Annual Conference 2018
Destination Dynamics
Copenhagen, Denmark
26-29 September, 2018

ATLAS Annual conference 2019
Tourism Transformations
Girona, Spain
17-20 September, 2019

ATLAS Annual conference 2020
Tourism as a driver of regional development and collaboration
ONLINE hosted by AMBIS, Prague, Czech Republic
8-11 September,2020

ATLAS Annual conference 2021
Tourism as a driver of regional development and collaboration
ONLINE hosted by AMBIS, Prague, Czech Republic
7-10 September, 2021 

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ATLAS Asia-Pacific conferences

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ATLAS Asia-Pacific conferences

ATLAS Asia 1st conference 1999
Entrepreneurship and education in tourism
Bandung, Indonesia
July 1999

ATLAS Asia-Pacific conference 2000
Asian tourism in the 21st century
Hainan, China
2000

ATLAS Asia-Pacific Conference 2004
Changing environments in the tourism of the Asia Pacific
Beppu, Oita, Japan
November 2004

ATLAS Asia-Pacific conference 2006
Tourism after oil
Dunedin, New Zealand
December 4-6, 2006

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ATLAS Africa conferences

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ATLAS Africa conferences

ATLAS Africa 1st conference 2000
Cultural Tourism in Africa: Strategies for the new millennium
Mombasa, Kenya
December 2000

ATLAS Africa conference 2003
Community tourism, options for the future
Arusha, Tanzania
February 2003

ATLAS Africa conference 2004
Leadership, culture and knowledge: Gateway to sustainable tourism in Africa
Pretoria, South Africa
September - October 2004

ATLAS Africa conference 2006
Contested landscapes in tourism: culture, conservation and consumption
Mombasa, Kenya
February 2006

ATLAS Africa conference 2007
Tourism and wealth creation
Kampala, Uganda
October 27-29, 2007

ATLAS Africa conference 2009
Tourism for Development: Environmental sustainability, poverty reduction and empowering communities
Gaborone, Botswana
July 1-3, 2009

ATLAS Africa conference 2011
Sustainable tourism and environmental education: A natural link
Kampala, Uganda
June 6-8, 2011

ATLAS Africa conference 2013
African Tourism in Global Society: Central or Peripheral?
Kigali, Rwanda
June 3-5, 2013

ATLAS Africa Conference 2015
Tourism and Inclusive Growth in Developing Economies
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
June 4-5, 2015

ATLAS Africa 10th Conference 2017
Africa's Tourism and Travel Competitiveness: Opportunities and challenges
Eldoret, Kenya
June 7-9, 2017

ATLAS Africa conference 2019
Makerere University
Kampala, Uganda
June 2019
 

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ATLAS Latin Americas Conferences

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ATLAS Latin America conferences

ATLAS Latin Americas 1st Conference 2017
Tourism and Creativity: New Opportunities for Developing Latin America
Recife, Brasil
June 5-7, 2017

ATLAS Latin America conference 2018
Universidad Autónoma "Benito Juárez"
Oaxaca, Mexico
September 5-7, 2018

ATLAS Latin America Conference 2019
Tourism development and social resilience in Latin America
New approaches to policy and planning?
Bogotá, Colombia
November 20-21, 2019

ATLAS Latin America Webinar
Tourism and COVID-19 in Latin America. Resilience and transformation
ONLINE
March 10, 2021
 

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ATLAS Middle East Conferences

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ATLAS Middle East conferences

 

ATLAS Middle East Tourism and Hospitality
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
16-18 January, 2018
 

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ATLAS PhD events

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ATLAS PhD Events

ATLAS vATLAS doctoral colloquium & poster session 2010
Limassol, Cyprus
November 2, 2010

ATLAS doctoral colloquium & poster session 2011
Valmiera, Latvia
September 21, 2011

ATLAS doctoral colloquium 2012
London, United Kingdom
September 12, 2012

ATLAS doctoral colloquium 2013
Studying and managing encounters in tourism
Malta
November 7, 2013

ATLAS PhD seminar 2014
Tourism Methodologies - New Perspectives, Practices and Procedures
Budapest, Hungary
October 21, 2014

ATLAS PhD seminar 2015
Developing research work in Tourism, Leisure or Risk
Lisbon, Portugal
October 20, 2015

ATLAS PhD seminar 2016
Canterbury, United Kingdom
September 13, 2016

ATLAS PhD seminar 2017
Doctoral tourism research - Processes, relations and engagements
Viana do Castelo, Portugal
September 12, 2017

ATLAS PhD seminar 2018
Interventions: Tourism, Politics and the prospects of change
Copenhagen, Denmark
September 26, 2018
 
ATLAS PhD seminar 2019
Publishing Research in Tourism
Girona, Spain
September 17, 2019
 

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ATLAS Winter University

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ATLAS Winter University and other intensive courses


ATLAS Winter University 1999
Kazimierz, Poland
January 1999

ATLAS Summer course 1999
Challenges in tourism management
Bandung, Indonesia
July 1999

ATLAS Winter University 2000
Viana do Castelo, Portugal
January 2000

ATLAS Winter University 2001
Pecs, Hungary
January 2001

ATLAS Winter University 2002
Portoroz, Slovenia
January 2002

ATLAS Winter University 2007
Tourism and culture: Unity in diversity
Sibiu, Romania
January 2007

ATLAS Winter University 2009
Tourism, leisure and creativity
Barcelona, Spain
February - March 2009

ATLAS Winter University
Portorose, Slovenia
February 7-17, 2010
 

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ATLAS Special Interest Groups

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ATLAS Special Interest Groups (SIGs)


Current SIG’s:

  1. Cultural Tourism (since 1991)
  2. Gastronomy and Tourism (since 2002)
  3. Business Tourism (since 2003)
  4. Volunteer Tourism (since 2008)
  5. Events (since 2011)
  6. Dark Tourism (since 2016)
  7. Space, Place, Mobilities in Tourism (since 2016)
  8. Heritage Tourism and Education (since 2017)
  9. Climate Change and Tourism (since 2020)
  10. Urban Tourism (since 2020)
  11. Visual Tourism (since 2020)


Former SIG’s:

  • Backpackers  
  • Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage
  • Spa and Wellness
  • Tourism Geographies
  • Policy Research
  • Tourism SME Research
  • Tourism and Socio Cultural Identities
  • Cultural Festivals
  • Tourism and Disasters
  • Mass Tourism
  • Sports Tourism
  • Tourism and Embodiment
  • Capital City Tourism
  • Independent Travel

 

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ATLAS SIG meetings

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ATLAS Special Interest Group Events

ATLAS Cultural Tourism Seminar
Cultural tourism in Europe
Tilburg, the Netherlands
1995

ATLAS Gastronomy and Tourism Expert Meeting
Esposende, Portugal
2001

ATLAS Backpacker Research Group Expert Meeting
Bangkok, Thailand
July 2002

ATLAS Gastronomy and Tourism Expert Meeting
Sondrio, Italy
November 2002

ATLAS Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage expert meeting
Fátima, Portugal
April 2003

ATLAS Tourism and Gastronomy expert meeting
Charente, France  
September 2003

ATLAS SIG Cultural Tourism Meeting
Cultural tourism: Globalising the local - localising the global  
Barcelona, Spain
October - November 2003    

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism conference
Barcelona, Spain
November - December 2004

ATLAS SIG Backpackers Meeting
The global nomad: Advancing research agendas in backpacker travel
Bangkok, Thailand
September 2005

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism conference
Pathways to innovation
Dublin, Ireland
December 2005

ATLAS SIG Cultural Tourism Meeting
Cultural tourism: negotiating identities
Chaves, Portugal
October, 2006

ATLAS SIG Gastronomy and Tourism Meeting
Fusion cuisine and placemaking
Macau, China
November 2006

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism conference
Contents & Methods: New Didactic Approaches & Solutions for Academic Business Tourism & Events Management Education
Mannheim, Germany
December 4-5, 2006

ATLAS SIG Mass Tourism meeting
Whatever happened to 'Sunlust Tourism'?
Coventry University, United Kingdom
May 14, 2007

ATLAS SIG Spa and Wellness Tourism meeting
Historic concept, future prospects
Budapest, Hungary
June 25-28, 2007

ATLAS SIG Gastronomy and Tourism meeting
Food Identity and Intellectual Property Rights
Viana do Castelo, Portugal
September 4, 2007

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism conference
Progress in Business Events Education and Research
Talinn, Estonia and Lahti, Finland
December 3-4, 2007

ATLAS SIG Spa Tourism - an international symposium
The future of historic spa towns. The role of cultural heritage in the process of urban revitalisation and re-imaging
Spa Balmoral, Belgium
March 13-14, 2008

ATLAS SIG Backpacker Meeting
Backpacker Mobilities? An expert conference on backpacker tourism
Shimla, India
March 26-28, 2008

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism conference
Educating the next generation of business tourism professionals: challenges and solutions
Warsaw, Poland
November 23-25, 2008

ATLAS and CAUTHE SIG Volunteer and Tourism
Developing a Research Agenda - Linking Industry and Academia
Singapore
June 14-15, 2009

ATLAS SIG Religious Tourism meeting
Managing the Religious Tourism Experience
Nazaré, Portugal
November 19-22, 2009

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism conference
Liverpool, United Kingdom
November 22-24, 2009

ATLAS SIG Volunteer Tourism meeting
Travel Philanthropy, Volunteer and Charity Tourism
Crete & Santorini, Greece
April 22-25, 2010

ATLAS SIG Backpacker meeting
Independent Travel in Uncertain Times: An expert conference
Hermanus, Western Cape, South Africa
September 2-4, 2010

ATLAS SIG Tourism Geographies meeting
European Regional Perspectives on Tourism Geographies – Contrasting Research Approaches and Linguistic Traditions
Tarragona, Spain
October 14, 2010

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism conference
Advances in Business Tourism Education and Research
Estoril, Portugal
November 14-17, 2010

ATLAS SIG Tourism Geographies meeting
The Changing World of Coastal, Island and Tropical Tourism
Martinique, French West Indies
January 27-29, 2011

ATLAS SIG City and National Capital Tourism Meeting
Tourism and Changing Representation in (National Capital) cities
Brussels, Belgium
May 5-6, 2011

ATLAS SIG Religious and Pilgrimage meeting
Enhancing the Religious Tourism Experience
New Norcia, Perth, Western Australia
July 3-8, 2011

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism Conference
Sustainable Business Tourism - Why? How? To what extent?
Copenhagen, Denmark
December 4-6, 2011

ATLAS SIG Gastronomy and Tourism Meeting
Ponte de Lima, Portugal
May 3-5, 2012.

ATLAS SIG Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage Meeting
Not Losing the ‘Pilgrimage’ in the Pilgrimage Tourism Experience
Maynooth, Ireland
June 7-9, 2012

ATLAS SIG Tourism and Disasters meeting
Dealing with Disasters - International Conference 2012
Colombo, Sri Lanka,
November 28-30, 2012

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism conference
Innovation in Business Travel and Business Tourism
Lugano, Switzerland
December 9-11, 2012

ATLAS SIG Independent Travel Research meeting
Independent Travel and Hospitality: An expert conference
Beirut, Lebanon
January 19-21, 2013

ATLAS SIG Events Expert Meeting
Imagineering Events
Peniche, Portugal
May 9-10, 2013

ATLAS SIG City and National Capital Tourism & ATLAS SIG Cultural Tourism meeting
Creative Tourism Network - Expert Meeting on Alternative and Creative tourism in cities
Barcelona, Spain
June 13-14, 2013

ATLAS SIG Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage meeting
The Production and Consumption of the Pilgrimage Tourism Experience
Malta
June 26-28, 2013

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism conference
Business Tourism: Industry and Education Working Together
Dublin, Ireland
November 24-26, 2013

ATLAS SIG Events meeting
The Attendee Experience: The Quest for Engagement
Sheffield, UK
May 8-9, 2014

ATLAS SIG Gastronomy and Tourism meeting
Regional Gastronomy: Between tradition and innovation?
Ponte de Lima, Portugal
May 29-30, 2014

ATLAS SIG Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage meeting
Promoting and Experiencing Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage
Vesprém, Hungary
June 20-23, 2014

ATLAS SIG Events meeting
Creating and bidding for events
Lecce, Italy
May 14-15, 2015

ATLAS SIG Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage meeting
Religion Spirituality Culture and Tourism
Girona, Spain
June 10-13, 2015

ATLAS SIG Events meeting
Rethinking the Eventful City: Perspectives, Practices, Prospects
Barcelona, Spain
May 12-13, 2016

ATLAS SIG Space, Place, Mobilities in Tourism meeting
Mobilities and body at play
Tarragona, Spain
October 17-18, 2017

ATLAS SIG Dark Tourism meeting
Dark Tourism and Higher Education
Amsterdam, Netherlands
February 15-16, 2018

ATLAS SIG Gastronomy and Tourism meeting
New approaches for providing customer experiences in gastronomy tourism
Bergamo, Italy
February 21-23, 2018

ATLAS SIG Cultural Tourism meeting
Participatory culture and new challenges for tourism: Responses to the challenges of mass cultural tourism
Barcelona, Spain
April 12-13, 2018

ATLAS SIG Gastronomy and Tourism Meeting
Gastronomy and Tourism: Reflections on local food consumption in urban and rural areas
Évora, Portugal
February 20-23, 2019

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism Conference
Porvoo, Finland
May 9-10, 2019

ATLAS SIG Space, Place, Mobilities in Tourism meeting
Spaces of nature, places of Nature: Exploring tourism encounters with nature
Buxton, United Kingdome
June 3, 2019

ATLAS SIG Heritage Tourism and Education meeting
Integrating Cultural and Natural Heritage in Urban Tourism: Innovations, Discourses and Collaborations
Macao SAR, China
November 21-22, 2019

ATLAS SIG Gastronomy and Tourism meeting
The dynamics of construction of gourmand tourist destinations in the world
Angers, France
February 12-15, 2020

ATLAS SIG Climate Change and Tourism meeting
ONLINE
September 9, 2020

ATLAS SIG Urban Tourism meeting
The future of Urban Tourism Research
ONLINE
September 10, 2020

ATLAS SIG Visual Tourism meeting
Visual methods in tourism research
ONLINE
September 11, 2020

ATLAS SIG Events & ATLAS SIG Cultural Tourism meeting
Festivals Cities and Cultural Tourism
ONLINE hosted in Edinburgh, United Kingdom
October 22, 2020

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism Conference
The New Normal in Business Tourism
ONLINE hosted in Leeuwarden, Netherlands
January 21-22, 2021

ATLAS SIG Volunteer Tourism meeting
Volunteer tourism & Covid-19: Challenges & opportunities
WEBINAR
February 24, 2021

ATLAS SIG Space, Place, Mobilities in Tourism meeting
Social Mobility Goes on Holiday: Tourist Im|mobilities, Conflicts and Empowerment
Padova and Venice, Italy
May 27-28, 2021

ATLAS SIG Urban Tourism meeting
New Directions for Urban Tourism Post-COVID
HYBRID - Rotterdam, the Netherlands
June 3-4, 2021

ATLAS SIG Gastronomy and Tourism meeting
Lockdown gastronomy: Changes and challenges in food tourism
Girona, Spain
February 16-19, 2022
 

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ATLAS Webinars

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ATLAS Webinars and Online Events


ATLAS Webinar
Tourism in the Shadow of Neoliberalism: Tracing (IM)Mobilities and Alienation in the Contemporary Metropolis
October 17, 2017

NTG / INCOME Tourism Webinar
Best practices in cooperation between tourism industries and education
November 14, 2019

INCOME Tourism Webinar
Perspectives on Dual Cooperative Education
March 12, 2020

ATLAS Webinar
Recovering from Covid-19: Asian perspectives
May 28, 2020

ATLAS Webinar
Creative Entrepreneurs and Tourism: Worlds Apart or Worlds of Opportunity?
June 25, 2020

INCOME Tourism Webinar
COVID-19: Reflections on challenges for the T&H Sector
July 6, 2020

ATLAS Webinar
Tourism and the corona crises: Some ATLAS reflections
July 7, 2020

ATLAS ONLINE EVENT
Tourism as a driver of regional development and collaboration
Hosted by AMBIS and ATLAS
September 9-11, 2020

ATLAS SIG Events and Cultural Tourism ONLINE meeting
Festivals Cities and Cultural Tourism
Hosted in Edinburgh, United Kingdom
October 22, 2020

ATLAS partnership webinar series
Mobilities Transforming Destinations
Hosted by University Rovira i Virgili, Spain
November 27, 2020

ATLAS partnership webinar series
University of Pretoria Campus Tours: Before, During and After Covid-19
Hosted by the University of Pretoria
December 2, 2020

ATLAS Africa Webinar
The Impact of COVID-19 on the tourism industry in Africa
December 9, 2020

NTG Webinar
Upskilling and reskilling in tourism: Pact for Skills
December 18, 2020

ATLAS Africa Webinar
Book launch Routledge Handbook of Tourism in Africa
January 13, 2021

ATLAS SIG Business Tourism ONLINE Conference
The New Normal in Business Tourism
Hosted by NHL Stenden University of Applied Science, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
January 22, 2021

ATLAS SIG Volunteer Tourism Webinar
Volunteer tourism & Covid-19: Challenges & opportunities
WEBINAR
February 24, 2021

ATLAS SIG Urban Tourism HYBRID meeting
New Directions for Urban Tourism Post-COVID
Rotterdam, the Netherlands
June 3-4, 2021

ATLAS Annual ONLINE conference 2021
Tourism as a driver of regional development and collaboration
Prague, Czech Republic
September 6-10, 2021
 

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EU projects

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EU projects


ATLAS participated in the following European Union projects:

1991-1997 European Cultural Tourism Survey DGXXIII, European Commission.

1994-1995 European Subject Area Review - Tourism and LeisureDGXXII, European Commission.

1995-1996 Sustainable Tourism Management Education Project DGXXIII, European Commission.

1995-1996 Transferring Skills and Know How to Central and Eastern Europe DGXXIII, European Commission.

1996-1999 EUROTEX: cultural tourism regional development project DGXVI, European Commission.

1996-1999 European Thematic Network in Tourism and Leisure DGXXII, European Commission.

1997 Mediterranean Sustainable Tourism Information Network DGXI, European Commission.

1997-2001 Empowerment in the European Hotel Industry DGXII, European Commission.

1998-2000 Information Technology and SMEs in the European Tourism Industry DGXXII, European Commission.

1999-2001 Labour Mobility in the EU Tourism Sector. CEDEFOP - EU Centre for Vocational and Professional Education.

2018-2021 INCOME Tourism Project – ERASMUS+

2018-2021 NTG Next Tourism Generation Project – ERASMUS+

2020-2023 CULTSENSE – Erasmus+
 

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Other projects

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Other projects


ATLAS participated in the following other projects:

2001 Cultural Capital of Europe Research Project, Porto and Rotterdam

2002 Cultural Capital of Europe Research Project, Salamanca

2003 International survey of youth travel, joint project with International Student Travel Conferation

2005 Cultural impacts of travel, joint project with International Student Travel Conferation

2006 Youth Accommodation Research Project, joint project with International Student Travel Conferation

2006 2nd International survey of youth travel, joint project with International Student Travel Conferation

2007-2016 Cultural Capital of Europe Research Project, Sibiu

2012 European Capitals of Culture, Guimarães and Maribor
 

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ATLAS Publications

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ATLAS Publications 


Richards G. (ed) (1995)
European Tourism and Leisure Education: Trends and Prospects.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 293 pp. ISBN 90-75775-08-3.

Richards, G. (ed) (1996)
Cultural Tourism in Europe.
Wallingford: CAB International, 347 pp. ISBN 0-85199-104-1
Re-issued in PDF (2005) Arnhem: ATLAS, 254 pp.

Richards, G. (ed, 1996)
Tourism in Central and Eastern Europe: Educating for Quality.
Tilburg: Tilburg University Press.

Bramwell B., I. Henry, G. Jackson, A. Prat, G. Richards and J. van der Straaten  (1998)
Sustainable Tourism Management: Principles and practice.
Tilburg: Tilburg University Press, 260 pp. ISBN 90-361-9549-7.

Richards G. and L. Onderwater (ed) (1998)
Towards a European body of knowledge for tourism. Perspectives and proposals.
Tilburg: ATLAS, 84 pp. ISBN 90-75775-05-9.

Swarbrooke J. (ed) (1998)
Heritage, culture and community: Four international case studies.
Tilburg: ATLAS, 67 pp. ISBN 90-75775-04-0.

Richards G. (ed) (1998)
Developments in the European tourism curriculum.
Tilburg: ATLAS, 60 pp. ISBN 90-75775-03-2.

Richards G. (ed) (1999)
Developing and Marketing Crafts Tourism.
Tilburg: ATLAS, 120 pp. ISBN 90-75775-06-7.

Butcher J. (ed) (2001)
Innovations in Cultural Tourism.
Tilburg, ATLAS, 100 pp. ISBN: 90-75775-07-5.

Toivonen T. and Honkanen A. (ed) (2001)
North-South: contrasts and connections in global tourism.
Savonlinna: FUNTS, 398 pp. ISBN 951-708-983-x / ISSN 1457-1366.

Bras, K, Dahles, H. Gunawan, M. and Richards, G. (2001 eds)
Entrepreneurship and Education in Tourism.
ATLAS Asia, Tilburg. ISBN 989-95311-8-7.

Richards G., Hitters E. and Fernandes C. (2002)
Rotterdam and Porto, cultural capitals 2001: visitor research.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 67 pp. ISBN 90-75775-11-3

Richards G. and Onderwater L. (ed) (2002)
Visions of sustainability: ATLAS Reflections 2002.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 76 pp. ISBN 90-75775-13-x.

Akama, J. and Sterry, P. (ed) (2002)
Cultural tourism in Africa: Strategies for the new millennium.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 124 pp. ISBN 90-75775-12-3.
 
Hjalager, A-M. and Richards, G. (2002, eds)
Tourism and Gastronomy.
Routledge, London.

Swarbrooke J., Smith M. and Onderwater L. (ed) (2003)
Quality of life: ATLAS Reflections 2003.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 112 pp. ISBN 90-75775-14-8.

Richards, G. and Wilson, J. (2003)
Today's Youth Travellers: Tomorrow's Global Nomads – Full Report.
Amsterdam: ISTC, 43 pp. ISBN: 90-75775-16-4.

Richards, G. and Wilson, J. (2003)
Student and Youth Travel -  A Bibliography of Research and Publications.
Amsterdam: ISTC, 22 pp. ISBN: 90-75775-18-0.

Morrison A. and Thomas R. (ed) (2004)
SMEs in tourism: an international review.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 80 pp. ISBN 90-75775-17-2.

Swarbrooke J., Smith M. and Onderwater L. (ed) (2004)
Networking and partnership in destinations and development management: ATLAS Reflections 2004.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 92 pp. ISBN 90-75775-19-9.

Richards G. and Wilson, J. (2004, eds)
The Global Nomad: Theory and Practice in Backpacker Travel.
Clevedon: Channel View Publications.

Petrillo C.S. and Swarbrooke J. (ed) (2005)
Networking and partnership in destinations and development management.
Naples: IRAT, 2 issues, total of 775 pp. ISBN 88-89677-03-1.

Swarbrooke J., Smith M. and Onderwater L. (ed) (2005)
Tourism, creativity and development. ATLAS Reflections 2005.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 94 pp. ISBN 90-75775-21-0.

Richards G. and Richards B. TRAM (2006)
Medical tourism: A global analysis.
Arnhem: ATLAS. 98 pp. ISBN: 90-75775-22-9.

Smith M.K. and Onderwater L. (ed) (2006)
The transformation of tourism spaces. ATLAS Reflections 2006.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 92 pp. ISBN: 90-75775-23-7.

Richards G. and Queirós C. (2005)
ATLAS Cultural Tourism Research Project 2004 - Survey report 2005.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 27 pp.

Hall D., Marciszewska B. and Smith M. (eds) (2006)
Tourism in the New Europe: The Challenges and Opportunities of EU Enlargement.
Oxfordshire: CABI, 352 pp. ISBN-13: 978-1-84593-117-9, ISBN-11: 1-84593-117-3.

Smith M. and Onderwater L. (eds) (2007)
Destinations revisited. Perspectives on developing and managing tourist areas. Reflections 2007.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 91 pp. ISBN 90-75775-27-3.

Richards, G. (2007, ed.)
Cultural Tourism: Global and local perspectives.
New York: Haworth Press.
 
Richards, G. and Pereiro, X. (2007)
Cultural Tourism: Negotiating identities.
Vila Real: UTAD.

Richards G. and Wilson J. (eds) (2008)
From cultural tourism to creative tourism.
Arnhem: ATLAS
Part 1: The changing context of cultural tourism (56 pp.) ISBN: 90-75775-30-3.
Part 2: Changing structures of collaboration (88 pp.) ISBN: 90-75775-31-0.
Part 3: Changing places, the spatial challenge of creativity (58 pp.) ISBN: 90-75775-32-7.
Part 4: Changing experiences. The development of creative tourism (74 pp.) ISBN: 90-75775-33-4.

Wishitemi B., Spenceley A. and Wels H. (eds) (2007)
Cultures and Communities. Tourism Studies in Eastern and Southern Africa.
Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers 177 pp. ISBN: 978-90-5170-851-6.

Duim R. van der, Zellmer K., Kloek M., Saarinnen J., van der, Klep G., Konstantinidou E. (2007-2017) (eds)
Thematic proceedings of ATLAS Africa conferences.
Volume 1: Tourism and Nature in Africa (2007) (160 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-26-6.
Volume 2: Local communities and participation in African tourism (2007) (117 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-28-0.
Volume 3: Aspect of tourism in Kenya (2007) (117 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-29-7.
Volume 4: Tourism, nature conservation and wealth creation in Africa (2008) (74 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-36-5.
Volume 5: New avenues for tourism and wealth creation in Africa (2008) (118 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-37-2.
Volume 6: Tourism for development: Environmental sustainability, poverty reduction and empowering communities (2010) (138 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-43-3.
Volume 7: Tourism, tourists and sustainability development in Africa (2010) (118 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-44-0.
Volume 8: Tourism, nature and environmental education in Africa (2014) (120 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-74-7.
Volume 9: Sustainable tourism and environmental education: A natural link (2015) (158 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-75-4.
Volume 10: Tourism, regional development and sustainable environment (2017) (142 pp.) ISBN 978-90-75775-92-1
Arnhem: ATLAS.

Palmer R. and Richards G. (2007-2014)
European Cultural Capital Report.
Part 1: 2007 (70 pp.)
Part 2: 2009 (83 pp.)
Part 3: 2011 (92 pp.)
Part 4: 2012 (106 pp.)
Part 5: 2014 (132 pp.)
Arnhem: ATLAS.

Richards G. and Rotariu I. (2007-2016) (eds)
1.    Sibiu European Capital of Culture (2007) (63 pp.) ISBN: 978-973-739-525-2.
2.    The impacts of the 2007 European Capital of Culture in Sibiu (2010) (84 pp.) ISBN: 978-973-739-954-0.
3.    Ten years of Cultural Development in Sibiu: The European Cultural Capital and Beyond (2011) (86 pp.) ISBN: 978-606-12-0104-2.
4.    Long term effects of the European Capital of Culture (2016) (74 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-89-1.
Sibiu.

Richards G. and Richards B. TRAM (2008)
Volunteer tourism: A global analysis.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 83 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-34-1.

Smith M. and Onderwater L. (eds) (2008)
Selling or Telling? Paradoxe in tourism, culture and heritage. Reflections 2008.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 121 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-35-8.
 
Celuch K. and Davidson R. (eds) (2009)
Advances in business tourism research. A selection of papers presented at ATLAS Business Tourism Special Interest Group meetings.
Arnhem: ATLAS 134 pp. ISBN 978-90-75775-39-6.

Smith M. and Onderwater L. (eds) (2009)
Experiencing difference. Changing tourism and tourists experiences. Reflections 2009.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 115 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-40-2.

Edwards J. and Vaughan R. (eds) (2010)
Destinations revisited.
Part 1: Visitors (104 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-45-7.
Part 2: Attractions (122 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-46-4.
Part 3: Cultures and cities (124 pp.)ISBN: 978-90-75775-47-1.
Part 4: Destination management and Marketing (96 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-48-8.
Arnhem: ATLAS.

Smith M. and Onderwater L. (eds) (2010)
Mass tourism vs. niche tourism. Reflections 2010.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 115 pp ISBN: 978-90-75775-40-2.

Richards, G. and Munsters, W. (2010)
Cultural Tourism Research Methods.
CABI, Wallingford.215 pp.

Smith M. and Onderwater L. (eds) (2011)
Landscape and tourism: The dualistic relationship. Reflections 2011.
Arnhem: ATLAS,  67 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-52-5.

Smith M., Onderwater L. and Veldman J. (eds) (2012)
Re-creating the Global City: Tourism, Leisure and Mega-Events in the Transformation of 21st Century Cities. Reflections 2012.
Arnhem: ATLAS,  91 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-54-9.

Griffin K. and Raj R. (2012)
Reflecting on religious tourism and pilgrimage.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 162 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-53-2.

Richards, G. and Ferla, J. (2012)
Guimarães European Capital of Culture 2012 Research Project.
Breda: NHTV.

Lyck L. and Davidson R. (2013)
Sustainable Business Tourism. Why? How? To what extent? Strategy and implementation with focus on experiences from practice, education and research. A selection of papers presented at ATLAS Business Tourism Special Interest Group meetings.
Arnhem: ATLAS,103 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-65-5.

Duim R. van der, Onderwater L. and Veldman J. (2013)
Environments of Exchange: Leisure and Tourism. ATLAS Reflections 2013.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 58 pp. ISBN: ISBN 978-90-75775-68-6.

Richards, G., de Brito, M. and Wilks, L. (2013)
Exploring the Social Impacts of Events.
London: Routledge.

Richards G., Russo A.P. (eds) (2014)
Alternative and Creative Tourism.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 125 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-69-3.
 
Richards G.(ed) (2014)
Guimarães and Maribor. European Capitals of Culture 2012.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 80 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-73-0.

Duim R. van der, Onderwater L. and Veldman J. (2014)
Tourism, Travel and Leisure - Sources of Wellbeing, Happiness and Quality of Life. ATLAS Reflections 2014.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 58 pp. ISBN: ISBN 978-90-75775-72-3.

Richards, G., Marques, L. and Mein, K. (2014, eds)
Event Design: Social perspectives and practices.
Routledge: London.

Richards G. (ed) (2015)
ATLAS Cultural Tourism Research Project. Research Report 2008-2013.
Arnhem, 70 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-77-8.

Richards G. (eds) (2015)
Creative Tourism Trend Report. Volume 1, 2015.
Arnhem, 93 pp. ISBN: 978-90-75775-78-5.

Duim R. van der, Onderwater L. and Veldman J. (2015)
Risk in travel and tourism: Geographies, behaviors and strategies. ATLAS Reflections 2015.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 58 pp. ISBN: ISBN 978-90-75775-87-7.

Duim R. van der, Onderwater L. and Veldman J. (2016)
Tourism, Lifestyles and Locations. ATLAS Reflections 2016.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 79 pp. ISBN: ISBN 978-90-75775-90-7.

Richards, G. and Onderwater, L. (2016)
An overview of 25 years Research and Education in Tourism and Leisure.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 106 pp.

Russo, A.P. and Richards, G. (2016)
Reinventing the Local in Tourism: Producing, Consuming and Negotiating Place.
Bristol: Channel View Publications.

Duim R. van der, Onderwater L. and Veldman J. (2017)
Destinations past, present and future. ATLAS Reflections 2017.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 62 pp. ISBN: ISBN 978-90-75775-96-9.

Duim R. van der, Onderwater L. and Veldman J. (2018)
Destination Dynamics. ATLAS Reflections 2018.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 48 pp. ISBN: ISBN 978-90-75775-98-3.

Richards, G. and Ruiz Lanuza, A. (2017, eds)
Experiencias turísticas de festivales y eventos.
Colección PASOS edita, nº 17. Tenerife: El Sauzal. ISBN: 978-84-88429-xx-x. 131pp.

Duim R. van der, Onderwater L. and Veldman J. (2018)
Destination Dynamics. ATLAS Reflections 2018.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 48 pp. ISBN: ISBN 978-90-75775-98-3

Richards, G. (2018)
ATLAS Cultural Tourism Bibliography.
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.31208.57604.

Duncan T. Onderwater L. Onderwater and Veldman J. (2019)
Tourism Transformations. ATLAS Reflections 2019.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 31 pp. ISBN: ISBN 978-94-93064-01-0.
 
Duncan T. Onderwater L. Onderwater and Veldman J. (2020)
Activities in times of COVID-19. ATLAS Reflections 2020.
Arnhem: ATLAS, 37 pp. ISBN: ISBN 978-94-93064-03-4.

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Special issues and papers in other journals


Richards, G. (1998)
A European network for tourism education.
In: Tourism Management, Volume 19, Issue 1, February 1998, Pages 1-4.

Papers on the European Capital of Culture.
In: International Journal of Cultural Policy. Volume 6, 2000.

Richards, G. (2000)
Fabricating the community: Textile tourism in the European periphery.
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.13288.83201

Innovative approaches to culture and tourism.
Special issue of Tourism, Culture and Communication, Volume 2, No 3, 2000.

Richards, G. (2002)
El desarrollo del turismo cultural en Europa.
In: Estudios Turísticos, no. 150, pp 3-13.
 
Richards, G. (2002)
Tourism attraction systems: Exploring Cultural Behavior.
In: Annals of Tourism Research 29(4), 1048-1064. ISSN 0160-7383.

Richards, G. (2003)
Tourism and Labour Mobility in the European Union.
In: Tourism Recreation Research, vol 28, 77-86.
 
Richards, G. (2003)
Sistemas de attractivos turisticos: un análisis del comportamiento cultural.
In: Annals of Tourism Research en Español, 4(2), 380-398. ISSN1575-443-X.

Richards, G. and King, B. (2003)
International Youth Travel.
In: Travel and Tourism Analyst, no. 6, December.

Visions of Sustainability.
Special Issue of Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Volume 12, No 5, 2004

Improvements in management and development.
Special issue of Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality and Tourism, Volume 6, No 1 / 2, 2005.

Richards, G. (2005)
Textile Tourists in the European Periphery: New Markets for Disadvantaged Areas?
In: Tourism Review International, Volume 8, no. 4, pp. 323-338.
 
Richards, G. and Wilson, J. (2005)
Youth tourism – finally coming of age?
In: Novelli, M. (ed.) Niche Tourism: Contemporary issues, trends and cases. Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 39-46.
 
Richards, G. and Wilson, J. (2005)
Youth and adventure tourism.
In: Buhalis, D. and Costa, C. (eds) Global Tourism Trends. Oxford: Elsevier, 40-47.

Van der Ark, L.A. and Richards, G. (2006)
Attractiveness of cultural activities in European cities: A latent class approach.
In: Tourism Management, 27, 1408-1413. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tourman.2005.12.014

Richards, G. and van der Ark, A. (2013)
Dimensions of Cultural Consumption among Tourists: Multiple correspondence analysis.
In: Tourism Management, 37, August, pp. 71-76.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tourman.2013.01.007

Richards, G. and Rotarui, I. (2015)
Developing the Eventful City in Sibiu, Romania.
In: International Journal of Tourism Cities, 1(2), 89-102.

Richards, G. and Colombo, A. (2017, eds)
Rethinking the Eventful City.
Special issue of Event Management Journal, volume 21, issue 5.

Richards, G. and Bargeman, B. (2019)
Bestaat ‘de’ cultuurtoerist nog?
In: Vrijetijdstudies, 36(2) 37-41.

Richards, G. and Jarman, D. (2020)
Events as platforms, networks and communities.
Special issue of Event Management, 2020 https://doi.org/10.3727/152599520X15894679115420

Richards, G. and Biaett, V. (2020)
Event Experiences: Contextual Dimensions and Dynamic Measurement.
Special issue of Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, volume 12, issue 3, pp. 277-477.
 

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ISSN: 1234-5678

ATLAS Review Volume 2016 – 1: Well-Being and Employment in Tourism
ATLAS Review Volume 2016 – 2: Culture, Tourism and Wellbeing
ATLAS Review Volume 2016 – 3: Health, Wellness and Spa Tourism in the Balkans

ATLAS Review Volume 2017 – 1: Well-Being and Quality of Life in Tourism
ATLAS Review Volume 2017 – 2: ATLAS Africa, conference proceedings 2015
ATLAS Review Volume 2017 – 3: Tourism and Risk

ATLAS Review Volume 2018 – 1: Destinations past, present and future
ATLAS Review Volume 2018 – 2: ATLAS Africa, conference proceedings 2017

ATLAS Review Volume 2019 – 1: Dark Tourism and Higher Education
ATLAS Review Volume 2019 – 2: Destination Dynamics
ATLAS Review Volume 2019 – 3: Gastronomy and Tourism: Reflections on local food consumption in urban and rural areas

ATLAS Review Volume 2020 – 1: ATLAS Africa, conference proceedings 2019
ATLAS Review Volume 2020 – 2: Tourism and the Corona crisis: Some ATLAS reflections
ATLAS Review Volume 2020 – 3: Cultural Heritage in East Asia

 

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ATLAS Working Papers

Working paper 1
Roselyne Okech (2009)
Ecotourism and sustainable development: lessons from the Maasai community in Kenya.
Arnhem: ATLAS (17 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-38-9

Working paper 2
Joachim Kappert, Ana Paula Morais (2012)
Challenges in the construction of a sustainable future.
Arnhem: ATLAS (23 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-55-6

Working paper 3
Donald Macleod (2012)
Towards holistic sustainability: Tourism and development in southern Scotland.
Arnhem: ATLAS (18 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-56-3

Working paper 4
Raija Komppula (2012)
Guidelines for professional activity services in tourism: a discussion about the quality of a tourist experience product.
Arnhem: ATLAS (23 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-57-0

Working paper 5
Raija Komppula, Ossi Juvonen, Matti Boxberg (2010)
Developing Guidelines for Professional Activity Services in Tourism using A Participatory Approach – a Finnish Case Study.
Arnhem: ATLAS (19 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-41-9

Working paper 6
Raija Komppula, Hilkka Lassila Okech (2012)
Life – style entrepreneurship, an opportunity for sustainable tourism development or a threat for rural tourism growth?
Arnhem: ATLAS (21 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-58-7

Working paper 7
Frances McGettigan (2012)
Ireland’s first area based integrated green tourism plan.
Arnhem: ATLAS (15 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-59-4

Working paper 8
A.A. Gorokhovsky, T.I. Chernyaeva (2012)
Sustainable development of regional tourism in the conditions of transition economy.
Arnhem: ATLAS (19 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-60-0

Working paper 9
Anja Tuohino (2012)
Environmental awareness and environmentally friendly behaviour - case Sulkava Rowing Event.
Arnhem: ATLAS (15 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-61-7

Working paper 10
Jane Eastham, Liz Sharples (2005)
Bringing it all back home: an integrative approach to the sustainable development of food and tourism in rural areas.
Arnhem: ATLAS (28 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-20-2

Working paper 11
Maria do Rosário, Borges Susana Lima (2012)
The quality of information about sustainable tourism development: A study of official websites of the portuguese public tourism organisations.
Arnhem: ATLAS 20 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-62-4

Working paper 12
Michael Ireland (2012)
Sustainable tourism in Altai Nature Reserve of Western Siberia: Ethnography of Taiga Bay, Lake Teletskoye.
Arnhem: ATLAS (27 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-63-1

Working paper 13
Dora Smolcic Jurdana, Dragan Magas (2010)
Sustainable tourism development of Gorski Kotar (Croatia): Characteristics and objectives.
Arnhem: ATLAS (19 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-42-6

Working paper 14
Barbara Marciszewska, Anna Marciszewska (2006)
Sustainability, information technology and the human being: economic and psychological aspects.
Arnhem: ATLAS (13 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-24-5

Working paper 15
Celeste Aguiar Eusébio Maria João Carneiro Paula Alexandra Malta (2005)
Protected areas: spaces of “opportunity” for tourism in Portugal.
Arnhem: ATLAS (26 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-

Working paper 16
Teresa Ferreira (2012)
PITER Programme – an innovative methodology for sustained tourism development in Portugal.
Arnhem: ATLAS (19 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-64-8

Working paper 17 (2007)
Lóránt Dávid and Zsuzsanna Szilágyi
Environmental and geomorphological impacts of tourism and sports.
Arnhem: ATLAS (27 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-25-9

Working paper 18
Áurea Rodrigues, Luísa Marinho, Maria João Carneiro (2005)
An assessment of the impacts of tourism in areas with significant natural heritage – a study of the travelling behaviour of visitors of five areas located in Portugal.
Arnhem: ATLAS (23 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-51-8

Working paper 19
Nada I. Vidic (2014)
Meaning of landscape for tourists – results of research.
Arnhem: ATLAS (35 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-80-8

Working paper 20
Gloria Rodríguez (2014)
The value of food-related landscapes in Culinary Tourism.
Arnhem: ATLAS (18 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-81-5

Working paper 21
Patrizia Calò (2014)
New technologies and tourist mobility: a brief review of some case studies.
Arnhem: ATLAS (15 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-82-2

Working paper 22
Deniz Hamza (2014)
The effect of volunteer tourism on young Dutch people.
Arnhem: ATLAS (30 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-83-9

Working paper 23
Srđan Milošević, Dragica Tomka, Iva Škrbić (2014)
Impact of hospitality of a city on a tourist experience of the visitors: case study – Novi Sad, Serbia.
Arnhem: ATLAS (18 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-84-6

 
Working paper 24
Liliya Terzieva, Evan Dewabrata (2014)
Complex adaptive system management within multifunctional leisure organizations (the case of Park 21, Netherlands).
Arnhem: ATLAS (26 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-85-3

Working paper 25
Giovanni Ruggieri, Giovanna Sclafani (2014)
Tourism destination development: economic impacts evaluation due to intercultural food festivals.
Arnhem: ATLAS (13 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-86-0

Working paper 26
Detlev Remy, Wolf Magnus Gerstkamp
Rhetoric’s and Reality in the Implementation of Revenue Management.

Arnhem: ATLAS (16 pp.) ISBN: 978-90-75775-88-4
 

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