Accepted Papers

The list of Accepted Papers related to 9th World Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure has been released.

THE LIST OF ACCEPTED PAPERS

9TH WORLD CONFERENCE FOR GRADUATE RESEARCH IN TOURISM, HOSPITALITY AND LEISURE

6-11 JUNE 2017, CARTAGENA, SPAIN

RESEARCH PAPERS
No Name Title Institution Country
1.
Alejandro Delgado Castro*
Jeisy Díaz Fernández*
Methodology for modeling the relationship between culture and tourism based on memetic multi-agent system (MeMAS)
University of Havana*
Cuba
2.
Ana Isabel Rodrigues*
Are Visual Methods a Suitable Tool for Tourism Education? The Reflective Photography as an Example
Polytechnic Institute of Beja*
Portugal
3.
Ana Isabel Rodrigues*
Antónia Correia*
Exploring the Aesthetic Construct Applied to Destinations: Some Insights from the Literature Review
Polytechnic Institute of Beja*
University of Algarve and European University*
Portugal
4.
Andrés Artal-Tur*
José Miguel Navarro-Azorín*
José María Ramos-Parreño*
Cruise tourism, economic impact and Regional Input-Output tables: an application to Cartagena’s Port (Spain)
Technical University of Cartagena*
Spain
5.
Ángela Aguiló Lemoine*
Francisco Rejón-Guardia*
Margarita Alemany-Hormaeche*
Maria Antonia García-Sastre*
A new challenge for brands: the effectiveness of the online sport sponsorship
 
University of Balearic Island*
Spain
6.
Antonio García-Sánchez*
David Siles-López*
María de Mar Vázquez-Méndez*
Competitiveness, ınnovation, and prosperity: a necessary association
Technical University of Cartagena*
Spain
7.
Astrid Kemperman*
Tourists’ city trip activity program preferences a personalized stated choice experiment
Eindhoven University of Technology*
Netherlands
8.
Aurora Martínez Martínez*
Cristina Zumel Jiménez**
Juan Gabriel Cegarra Navarro**
A theoretical framework for key processes on environmental knowledge management
Universidad Internacional de la Rioja*
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena**
Spain
9.
Birce Gurbaskan*
Factors that ınfluence local food consumption motivation and ıntention to travel to a culinary tourism destination
Bahçeşehir Üniversity*
Turkey
10.
Clarissa de Souza Ribeiro-Martins*
Elvis Silveira-Martins**
Gastronomic Tourism: A bibliometric research in international and national scientific databases
Catholic University of Pelotas*
Federal University of Pelotas**
Brazil
11.
Cláudia Brazil Marques*
Carlos Honorato Schuch Santos*
Tourist routes strategies of local development
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul-UFRGS*
Brasil
12.
Cláudio José Stefanini*
Elizabeth Kyoko Wada*
Quality perception among business tourists
Anhembi Morumbi – Laureate International Universities*
Brazil
13.
Clediane Nascimento Santos*
Rosângela C. Cortez Thomaz**
Xosé M. Santos Solla***
Rural development politics: rural turism case in two cities of São Paulo/Brazil and Galicia/Spain
UNESP – Univ. Estadual Paulista, Presidente Prudente/SP*
São Paulo State University, Presidente Prudente/SP*
São Paulo State University, Rosana/SP**
University of Santiago de Compostela***
Brazil.*,**
Spain***
14.
Cristina Rodríguez Rangel*
Marcelino Sánchez Rivero*
Analysis of the spatial distribution of tourism activity: an application to the volume of travelers in Extremadura
Universidad de Extremadura*
Spain
15.
Didiana Fernandes*
Isabel Vieira*
Ana Paula Rodrigues*
Isabel Oliveira**
Miguel Mota*
The development of transversal skills: a successful pedagogical experience
Polytechnic Institute of Viseu*
University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro**
Portugal
16.
Eda Rukiye Dönbak*
Special accommodation population density in Turkey, type and properties
Adıyaman University*
Turkey
17.
Emre Ozan Aksoz*
Muharrem Tutus*
Service failure and recovery strategies in restaurants: the restaurant managers’ perspective in Eskisehir, Turkey
Anadolu University*
Turkey
18.
Erica Ana Alves Bortolotte*
Elizabeth Kyoko Wada*
Co-creation and Hospitality Relations on Sharing Economy
Universidade Anhembi Morumbi*
Brazil
19.
Eva Martin-Fuentes*
Cesar Fernandez*
Carles Mateu*
The right stars: guessing the hotel category from unrelated features
University of Lleida*
Spain
20.
Fernanda Oliveira*
Sofia Eurico*
João Paulo Jorge*
EBSCode – eco based surf code – surfing for a sustainable development of beaches: the portguese case
CITUR – Tourism Applied Research Centre, ESTM*
Portugal
21.
Francisco Rejón-Guardia*
María Antonia García-Sastre*
Margarita Alemany-Hormaeche*
Analysis of motivation and tourism behaviour of sailboat race participants in the Balearic Islands
University of the Balearic Islands*
Spain
22.
Gerardo Novo*
Maribel Osorio*
Wine tourism imaginary: a study case in Queretaro, Mexico
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México*
Mexico
23.
Gurel Cetin*
Ismail Kizilirmak*
Mehtap Balik*
Sema Kucukali*
Impact of superior destination experience on recommendation
Istanbul University*
Turkey
24.
Hasan Hüseyin Erdoğan*
Experience management framework for hotel managers
Piri Reis University*
Turkey
25.
Isabel Carrillo-Hidalgo*
Juan Ignacio Pulido-Fernández*
Ana Belén Mudarra Fernández*
Factors influencing tourism expenditure on accommodation in World Heritage Cities
Universirty of Jaén*
Spain
26.
Isabel P. Albaladejo*
Maribel González-Martínez*
A nonlinear dynamic model for international tourism demand on the Spanish Mediterranean coasts
Universidad de Murcia*
Spain
27.
Isabel Vieira*
Didiana Fernandes*
Ana Paula Rodrigues**
Isabel Oliveira*
The medieval imagination: an interdisciplinary experience
Polytechnic Institute of Viseu*
University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro**
Portugal
28.
Jeronimo Esteve-Perez*
Antonio Garcia-Sanchez*
Cruise seasonality profiles in European regions
 
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena*
Spain
29.
Juan Pedro Mellinas*
What percentage of travelers are writing hotel reviews?
Universidad Internacional de La Rioja*
Spain
30.
Juan Pedro Mellinas*
Dependency of Spanish urban hotels on Booking.com
Universidad Internacional de La Rioja*
Spain
31.
Luqi Lu*
Saloomeh Tabari*
Impact of Airbnb on customer's behaviour in the UK hotel industry
Sheffield Hallam University*
UK
32.
M. Belén Cobacho*
Lorena J. Martínez García*
Coastal sustainable tourism in the Region of Murcia (Spain):  A comparative analysis using synthetic indicators
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena*
Spain
Spain
33.
Margarita Alemany-Hormaeche*
Francisco Rejón-Guardia*
María Antonia García-Sastre*
Segmentation of Hard and Soft Marathon Runners by tourism behavioural variables and loyalty: the case of the Balearic Islands
University of the Balearic Islands*
Spain
34.
Maria João Carneiro*
Celeste Eusébio*
Ana Caldeira*
A structural equation model of social ınteraction ımpacts on youth tourists
University of Aveiro*
Portugal
35.
María Teresa Martínez Almanza*
Jaume Guía Julve**
Santos Alonso Morales Muñoz*
Francisco Bribiescas Silva*
Elements of the medical tourism product in Ciudad Juárez, México
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez*
Universitat de Girona**
Mexico*
Spain**
 
36.
Marina Villena-Navarro*
Andres Artal-Tur*
How can cultural tourists contribute to sustainability of destinations?: A probability analysis for the Spanish case
Technical University of Cartagena*
Spain
37.
*Mariya Stankova
Ivanka Vasenska
Dimitria Uzunova*
The iniciative “european capitals of culture” – challenges and perspectives ahead destination Bulgaria
SWU “Neoofit Rilski”
Bulgaria
38.
Mehmet Altin*
Factors effecting the firm birth and death in the US: institutional economics perspective
The University of Central Florida*
USA
39.
Milos Bujisic*
Vanja Bogicevic*
Socioeconomic benefit of promoting locally produced ıngre-dients at local restaurants: SAM Framework
The Ohio State University*
USA
40.
Paula Simó Tomás*
Urban positioning through music tourism. The phenomenon of Music Cities
Universitat de València*
Spain
41.
Pezhman Hatamifar*
Parisa Mahzoon Haghighi*
Vahid Ghasemi**
Giacomo Del Chiappa***
Tourism ıntegrated supply chain management for catering services in Isfahan, Iran
University of Tehran*
University of Cagliari**
University of Sassari***
Iran*
Italy**,***
42.
Pilar Jiménez-Medina*
Andrés Artal-Tur*
Noelia Sánchez-Casado*
Local culture, place identity and support for tourism development in a mining destination
Technical University of Cartagena*
Spain
43.
Rosa María Angélica Shaadi Rodríguez*
Leticia del Socorro Shaadi Rodríguez*
Ismael Manuel Rodríguez Herrera*
Juan Ignacio Pulido Fernández**
Magic Towns Program (Mexico). Situation of its localities in phase of implication
Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes*
Universidad de Jaén**
México*
Spain**
44.
Rui Amaral*
Jaime Serra*
Back to the same place of holidays: an analysis of european tourists’ preferences towards cultural tourism
University of Évora*
Portugal
45.
Sita Mishra*
Abhinav Chandel**
Travel motivations of ecotourist: an exploratory study from India
Institute of Management Technology*
GLA University**
India
46.
Soledad Martínez María-Dolores*
Juan Jesús Bernal Martínez*
Big data and data analysis for the tourism sector
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena*
Spain
47.
Şükran Öktem*
Medıatıon role of organızatıonal support in the effect of or-ganızatıonal clımate on turnover ıntentıon in hotels
Başkent University*
Turkey
48.
Teresa Palrão*
José António Filipe**
The ımportance of experience in participant’s motivations in sport tourism events of recreational practice
ISCTE l Instituto Universitário de Lisboa*
Instituto Universitário de Lisboa**
Portugal*,**
49.
Uğur Kaçan*
Hasan Hüseyin Erdoğan*
A culinary tourism ınnovation: the fourth wave of coffee
Piri Reis University*
Turkey
50.
Vahid Ghasemi*
Pezhman Hatamifar**
Parisa Mahzoon Haghighi**
Giacomo Del Chiappa***
The ınfluence of TripAdvisor quality signals on hotel prices in Iran
University of Cagliari*
University of Tehran**
University of Sassari***
Italy*,***
Iran**
51.
Deborah Pricher Vera*
Soledad Martínez María-Dolores*
Juan Jesús Bernal Martínez*
The role of Social Media in Spanish tourism
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena*
Spain
52.
*Miguel Ángel Tobarra-González
Javier Mendoza Monpeán*
Recreational value of El Valle and Carrascoy Natural Park
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena*
Spain
 
53.
Andres Artal-Tur*
Antonia Correia**
Jaime Serra***
Understanding the tourists´ length of relationship with a destination
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena*
Universidade Europeia and CEFAGE**
Universidade de Évora, CIDEHUS***
Spain*
Portugal**,***
54.
Luisa Alamá-Sabater*
Andres Artal-Tur**
Accounting for spatial dependence in tourist expenditure functions
Universidad Jaume I, Castellón*
Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena**
Spain

 

Ph.D. DISSERTATIONS
No Name Title Institution Country
1.
Elena Aleksandrova*
Conditions and Problems of Rural Tourism in Bulgaria During the First Programming Period After the Accession  to the European Union
South-West University Neofit Rilski*
Bulgaria
2.
Vanja Bogicevic*
Service Preview Using Virtual Reality: Enhancing Hotel Pre- Experience in Customer Journey
The Ohio State University*
USA
3.
Arlindo Madeira*
Wine and Gastronomy: Experiences and Routes in Lisbon
ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa/ Universidade Europeia*
Portugal
4.
Hanna Paulose*
Persuading Consumers to Go Green: Effect of Perceived Service Greenness on Environmental Behavior
The Ohio State University*
USA
5 Yelka Eggenschwiler* Exchange rate risk management in the hotel industry University of Bern* Switzerland

 

MASTER THESIS
No Name Title Institution Country
1.
Jim Brown*
Strategic Strikes: Surf Tourism and Extreme Seasonality in Pavones Costa Rica
School of International Service American University*
USA
2.
Susana Campos
Scientific Tourism in the Alentejo Region: An Exploratory Study of the Visitors’ Profile and Motivations at the Regional Science Centres
University of Évora, School of Social Sciences*
Portugal