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The Journal of Tourism Futures

ISSN: 2055-5911

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European Tourism Futures Institute
Stenden U. o. A.S.
P.O. Box 1298, 8900 CG Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
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  • Ian Yeoman
    School of Management, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
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    Ian Yeoman is the world's only professional futurologist specializing in travel and tourism. He has published extensively within the field of tourism futures, with articles published in leading journals such as Tourism Management, and Journal of Travel Research on a variety of topics from climate change to the future of energy and consumer trends – all within the context of travel and tourism.

  • Albert Postma
    NHL Stenden University, The Netherlands
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    Albert Postma is working as professor in strategic foresight at the European Tourism Futures Institute at NHL Stenden University in the Netherlands. The institute is associated with the Dutch Centre of Expertise in Leisure, Tourism and Hospitality (CELTH). Postma holds an MSc and PhD in spatial sciences. In his doctoral thesis he focused on critical encounters in the relation between local residents and tourism during the development of tourism in four small island destinations. In his current position he leads the research programme and participates in projects commissioned by businesses, sectors, destinations and governments. These projects aim at supporting the tourism industry with getting more resilient and future proof. In line with his PhD thesis, a major project in his portfolio since 2013 has been on visitor pressure and overtourism and did result in close collaboration with UNWTO. Postma has authored dozens of technical reports and scientific articles and is co-editor of the Journal of Tourism Futures. He leads a learning line on strategic foresight in the curriculum at his university and has given courses in strategic foresight and scenario planning at various universities in Europe. He is a skilled moderator of creative sessions with representatives of the travel and tourism industry.

  • Stefan Hartman
    NHL Stenden University, The Netherlands
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    Stefan Hartman is Programme Director of the European Tourism Futures Institute (ETFI). He obtained his PhD form the University of Groningen, studying the role of urban and regional planning in tourism destination development. Currently Stefan is involved in various project om tourism destination development, strategic planning and governance – all trying to enhance the adaptive capacity and contributing to the resilience of the industry. He also teaches the course Policy & Planning in the Master International Leisure & Tourism Studies at Stenden University, the Netherlands.

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Editorial Board

  • Natalie Ambrose, Self-Employed & Business Owner, Graduate: Duke University; American Graduate School of International Management, Washington DC & Puerto Rico
  • Dr Matylda Awedyk, Poznań University of Physical Education, Department of Geoecology of Tourism and Recreation, Poland
  • Associate Prof. Pierre Benckendorff, The University of Queensland, UQ Business School, Australia
  • Dr Marco Bevolo, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Academy for Leisure, The Netherlands
  • Dr Inês Boavida-Portugal, University of Groningen, Spatial Planning and Environment, Netherlands
  • Mrs/Dr Valentina Boschetto Doorly, Futurecube Ltd., Ireland
  • Dr Edward Brooker, Sheridan College, School of Business, Canada
  • Dr Elena Cavagnaro, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, Stenden Hotel Management School, Academy of International Hospitality Research (AIHR), The Netherlands
  • Professor Alan Clarke, University of Pannonia Department of Tourism, Hungary
  • Associate Professor J. Andres Coca-Stefaniak, University of Greenwich, UK
  • Dr Michael Conlin, Okanagan College, Okanagan School of Business, Canada
  • Professor Chris Cooper, Leeds Beckett School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management, UK
  • Prof. Dr. Habil Lóránt Dénes Dávid, Eszterházy Károly University, Department of Tourism, Hungary
  • Dr Nick Davies, University of Salford School of the Built Environment, UK
  • Dr Eva De Smedt, Erasmus University College Brussels, Management, Media & Society, Belgium
  • Dr Frederick DeMicco, Colorado State University; University of Delaware Tourism & Hospitality, USA
  • Dr Timothy E. Dolan, Self-employed, United States
  • Dr Nicole Ferdinand, Bournemouth University Events and Leisure, United Kingdom
  • Dr José Gonçalves, University of Aveiro Department of Economics, Management, Industrial Engineering and Tourism, Portugal
  • Dr Daniel Guttentag, College of Charleston Hospitality and Tourism Management, USA
  • Professor Brian Hay, Heriot-Watt University Dept. of Business Management, United Kingdom
  • Mrs Natalie Haynes, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield Business School - Department of Service Sector Management, United Kingdom
  • Dr Jasper Heslinga, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, European Tourism Futures Institute (ETFI), The Netherlands
  • Dr John S. Hull, Thompson Rivers University Tourism Management Department, Canada
  • Dr Michael Humbracht, University of Surrey School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, United Kingdom
  • Professor Stanislav Ivanov, Varna University of Management, Tourism, Bulgaria
  • Professor Lee Jolliffe, Univeristy of New Brunswick Faculty of Business, Canada
  • Adjunct Prof. Jari Kaivo-oja, University of Turku, Finland Futures Research Centre, Turku School of Economics, Finland
  • Dr Bernard Kitheka, Missouri State University Kinesiology Department, United States
  • Dr Louisa Yee Sum Lee, The Open University of Hong Kong Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration, Hong Kong
  • Ms Sabine Lehmann, Curiositas, South Africa
  • Dr Patrick Maher, Cape Breton University, Community Studies & Outdoor Leadership, Canada
  • Professor Una McMahon-Beattie, Ulster University Hospitality and Tourism Management, Ulster University Business School, Northern Ireland, UK
  • Dr Mucha Mkono, The University of Queensland Business School, Tourism Cluster, Australia
  • Professor Jan Mosedale, University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur Institute of Tourism and Leisure, Switzerland
  • Mr James Murphy, Freelance Forecaster/Editor, Model Reasoning, UK
  • Rafael Oliveira MSc, Federal University of Minas Gerais Information Science (& Superintendent of Tourism Policies), Brazil
  • Dr Neil Ormerod, Leeds Beckett University International Centre for Research in Events, Tourism and Hospitality, United Kingdom
  • Dr Jeroen Oskam, Hotelschool, the Hague Research Centre, Netherlands
  • Dr Felicity Picken, Western Sydney University Geography, Urban Studies, Heritage and Tourism within the School of Social Sciences and Psychology, Australia
  • Dr Ina Reichenberger, Victoria University of Wellington School of Management, New Zealand
  • Dr Margo Rooijackers, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences, Academy for Leisure, Netherlands
  • Ms Namita Roy, University of Wollongong Faculty of Business, Australia
  • Associate Prof. of Sociology Elisabetta Ruspini, University of Milano-Bicocca Dept. of Sociology and Social Research, Italy
  • Dr Sabrina Seeler, Nord University Business School, Norway
  • Professor Kåre Sandvik, University of Southeast Norway School of Business, Norway
  • Dr Heike Schänzel, Auckland University of Technology School of Hospitality & Tourism, New Zealand
  • Dr Pascal Scherrer, Southern Cross University School of Business and Tourism, Australia
  • Dr Christian Schott, Victoria University of Wellington School of Management, New Zealand
  • Dr Hugues Seraphin, University of Winchester Business School, United Kingdom
  • Dr Anukrati Sharma, University of Kota Dept. of Commerce and Management, India
  • Assistant Prof. Iva Slivar, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula Faculty of Economics and Tourism, Croatia
  • Associate Prof. Yong Tang, Chengdu University of Technology Dept. of Tourism Development and Management, P.R.C. of China
  • Associate Prof. Hazel Tucker, University of Otago Department of Tourism, New Zealand
  • Mr Ellis Urquhart, Edinburgh Napier University Tourism & Languages Subject Group, United Kingdom
  • Associate Researcher Valeria Croce, MODUL University Vienna Tourism and Hospitality, Austria/Netherlands
  • Mr Leslie Vella, Malta Tourism Authority, Chief Officer Strategic Development, Malta
  • Mr Emmanuel Viga, International University of East Africa/Makerere University Kampala Faculty of Business and Management/Department of Tourism, Uganda
  • Kazimierz Waluch phD, Warsaw School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Institute of Tourism, Poland
  • Dr Craig Webster, Ball State University Dept. of Management, USA
  • Dr Brian Kee Mun Wong, KDU University College, Utropolis Glenmarie Campus School of Business, Malaysia
  • Dr Daniel Wright, University of Central Lancashire, Lancashire School of Business and Enterprise, United Kingdom
  • Assistant prof. Chia-Pin Yu, National Taiwan University School of Forestry and Resource Conservation, Taiwan
  • Dr Piotr Zmyślony, Poznań University of Economics and Business, Faculty of International Business and Economics, Department of Tourism, Poland
  • Dr Timothy Jung, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
  • Prof. Dr. Habil Lóránt Dénes Dávid, Szent István University, Department of Tourism and Hospitality, Hungary