Tourism Research Topics

Research Area/ Research Interest: Tourism

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. The business of tourism
  2.  Toward an accurate assessment of tourism economic impact: A systematic literature review
  3. Improving sustainability in the tourism industry through blockchain technology: Challenges and opportunities
  4. Tourism crises and impacts on destinations: A systematic review of the tourism and hospitality literature
  5. Niche tourism
  6. Tourism carrying capacity
  7. INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY
  8. Tea Tourism
  9.  Medical evidence of Alpine natural resources as a base for health tourism
  10. Integration of River Tourism Content in Social Studies Teaching Materials as an Efforts to Strengthen Student Understanding
  11.  Tourism development and growth
  12. Promoting tourism business through digital marketing in the new normal era: a sustainable approach
  13. Family tourism
  14. Emotions and involvement in tourism settings
  15.  Persistence in Croatian tourism: The impact of COVID-19
  16. The potential of virtual tourism in the recovery of tourism industry during the COVID-19 pandemic
  17. Increasing the efficiency of knowledge transfer in an Italian tourism system: a network approach
  18. A “load-carrier” perspective approach for assessing tourism resource carrying capacity
  19. Residents’ pro-tourism behaviour in a time of COVID-19
  20. Co-designing tourism for sustainable development
  21. Hidden economic counterflows in post-COVID international wildlife tourism
  22. Using the Digital Ecosystem in Tourism Clusters in Green Tourism
  23.  IMPORTANCE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES IN DEVELOPING HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM SECTOR OF UZBEKISTAN
  24. Innovative Strategies Of Tourism Development In Uzbekistan
  25. Tourisation Theory and the Pandiscipline of Tourism
  26. Pursuing justice and quality of life: Supporting tourism
  27.  Economic uncertainty and tourism consumption
  28. Role of tourism development in environmental degradation: A step towards emission reduction
  29. THE IMPORTANCE OF GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION IN TOURISM
  30.  Modeling and assessing forged concepts in tourism and hospitality using confirmatory composite analysi
  31.  Tourism Risk: Crisis and Recovery Management
  32. Marketing EffectivenessModel of Tourism Business in Thailand
  33.  Tourism memory, mood repair and behavioral intention
  34. Ensuring a sustainable hospitality and tourism industry in the COVID-19 era: Using an open market valuation technique
  35. A reflection on the Great Resignation in the hospitality and tourism industry
  36. Virtual tours a means to an end: An analysis of virtual tours’ role in tourism recovery post COVID-19
  37.  “Rethink and reset” tourism in the Galapagos Islands: Stakeholders’ views on the sustainability of tourism development
  38. Forecasting Tourism in the EU after the COVID-19 Crisis
  39. Power in community-based tourism: empowerment and partnership in Bali
  40. The mechanism influencing the residents’ support of the government policy for accelerating tourism recovery under COVID-19
  41. Coastal and marine topics and destinations during the COVID-19 pandemic in Twitter’s tourism hashtags
  42. Low-carbon tourism: determining domestic tourist perception from Thailand: TOURISM AGENDA 2030
  43. Rural tourism recovery between two COVID-19 waves: The case of Portugal
  44. Tourism contribution to the SDGs: applying a well-being lens
  45. Tourism and Hospitality industry resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic: Evidence from England
  46. Innovation research in tourism and hospitality field: A bibliometric and visualization analysis
  47. Blockchain: Is it the future for the tourism and hospitality industry?
  48. Attitudes towards Sports Tourism and Perception of Negative Effects of Tourism: An Investigation of Teachers’ Views.
  49. Information and communication technologies in tourism
  50. Determining the relationships between climatic elements and thermal comfort and tourism activities using the tourism climate index for urban planning: a case study of …
  51. Post-COVID-19 recovery of island tourism using a smart tourism destination framework
  52. A critique of tourism-led economic growth studies
  53.  Digital accessibility of smart cities-tourism for all and reducing inequalities: tourism agenda 2030
  54. Rural tourism and development: Evolution in scientific literature and trends
  55. … through event studies in tourism and hospitality: Launching the Annals of Tourism Research curated collection on drivers of firm value through event studies in tourism …
  56. Female economic empowerment through tourism training in the United Arab Emirates
  57. Critical tourism studies: new directions for volatile times
  58. Immersive technology: A meta-analysis of augmented/virtual reality applications and their impact on tourism experience
  59. An analysis of the competitiveness of the tourism industry in a context of economic recovery following the COVID19 pandemic
  60. Tourism development and quality of life interdependence with evolving age-cohort-based population
  61. The Development of the Tourism Sector in Improving the Regional Economic Growth of Mojokerto Regency
  62. Ex Ante Tourism Forecasting Assessment
  63. Tourism organizations’ responses to the COVID-19 pandemic: An investigation of the lockdown period
  64.  THE ROLE OF TASHKENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM
  65. Is Vietnam ready to welcome tourists back? Assessing COVID-19’s economic impact and the Vietnamese tourism industry’s response to the pandemic
  66. The carbon emission reduction effect of tourism economy and its formation mechanism: An empirical study of China’s 92 tourism-dependent cities
  67. Customer acceptance of autonomous vehicles in travel and tourism
  68. A study of the tourism industry’s cash-driven resilience capabilities for responding to the COVID-19 shock
  69. Gastro-tourism well-being: the interplays of salient and enduring determinants
  70. Modelling an empirical framework of the implications of tourism and economic complexity on environmental sustainability in G7 economies
  71. Sustainability in hospitality and tourism: a review of key research topics from 1994 to 2020
  72. Efficiency evaluation of Asia’s cultural tourism using a dynamic DEA approach
  73. Connections between culinary tourism experiences and memory
  74. Theories of experience value & mental health at tourism destinations: Senses, personalities, emotions and memories
  75.  KPI for data-driven assessment of innovative development paths for nature-based health tourism in the Alpine region
  76.  Health equity tourism: Ravaging the justice landscape
  77.  The ongoingness of imperialism: The problem of tourism dependency and the promise of radical equality
  78. Post-tourism in the usual environment: From the perspective of unusual mood
  79. Antecedents and outcomes of resident empowerment through tourism
  80. Corporate Social Responsibility of the Hospitality Industry in Realizing Sustainable Tourism Development
  81.  An ontology-based decision support system to foster innovation and competitiveness opportunities of health tourism destinations
  82. Responsible tourism: The ‘why’and ‘how’of empowering children
  83.  Mapping tourism and hospitality research on information and communication technology: a bibliometric and scientific approach
  84. First-time versus repeat tourism customer engagement, experience, and value cocreation: An empirical investigation
  85. A review of authenticity research in tourism: Launching the Annals of Tourism Research Curated Collection on authenticity
  86.  A local turn in tourism studies’
  87. The paradox of tourism extremes. Excesses and restraints in times of COVID-19
  88. Impact of artificial intelligence in travel, tourism, and hospitality
  89. Does the level of a country’s resilience moderate the link between the tourism industry and the economic policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic?
  90.  PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT IN THE FIELD OF TOURISM
  91. Memorable tourism experience: A review and research agenda
  92. How does tourism development affect environmental pollution?
  93. Biosecurity, crisis management, automation technologies and economic performance of travel, tourism and hospitality companies–A conceptual framework
  94. Impacts of climate change on mountain tourism: a review
  95. Tourism during and after COVID-19: An expert-informed agenda for future research
  96. Can tourism sustain itself through the pandemic: nexus between tourism, COVID-19 cases and air quality spread in the ‘Pineapple State’Hawaii
  97. Tourism partnerships: Localizing the SDG agenda in Fiji
  98. Guest editorialFeatures, drivers, and outcomes of food tourism
  99. Corporate social responsibility and sustainability in the tourism sector: A systematic literature review and future outlook
  100. Tourism and the COVID-(Mis) infodemic
  101. University contributions to co-creating sustainable tourism destinations
  102. Resident support of community-based tourism development: Evidence from Gunung Ciremai National Park, Indonesia
  103.  Measuring tourism emissions at destination level: Australia case
  104.  Bibliometrix analysis of medical tourism
  105. Sustainability as a success factor for tourism destinations: a systematic literature review
  106. Regenerative tourism: a conceptual framework leveraging theory and practice
  107. Tourist behaviour and dynamics of domestic tourism in times of COVID-19
  108. Event tourism
  109. Tourism and Mental Health: Foundations, Frameworks, and Futures
  110. Community citizenship behavior in rural tourism destinations: Scale development and validation
  111. Is Investment Contributing to Competitiveness in Nautical Tourism in the Atlantic Area?
  112. Community resourcefulness and partnerships in rural tourism
  113. Airbnb as a tool for inclusive tourism?
  114. Collusive behaviour, risk and performance of tourism firms
  115. Tourism Development, Carbon Emission Intensity and Urban Green Economic Efficiency from the Perspective of Spatial Effects
  116. The criticality of international tourism and technological innovation for carbon neutrality across regional development levels
  117. Past, present, and future of pro-environmental behavior in tourism and hospitality: A text-mining approach
  118. Nature-based tourism influences ecosystem functioning along waterways: Implications for conservation and management
  119. How much is too much? Estimating tourism carrying capacity in urban context using sentiment analysis
  120. Re‐conceptualising the empowerment of local people in tourism
  121.  Development of community tourism enhancement in emerging cities using gamification and adaptive tourism recommendation
  122. Is nothing like before? COVID-19–evoked changes to tourism destination social media communication
  123. What western tourism concepts obscure: intersections of migration and tourism in Indonesia
  124. Digitalization, agility, and customer value in tourism
  125. High season, low growth: The impact of tourism seasonality and vulnerability to tourism on the emergence of high-growth firms
  126.  What innovations would enable the tourism and hospitality industry in Africa to re-build?
  127. Air pollution and tourism: Evidence from G20 countries
  128. Tourism falls apart: How insecurity affects African tourism
  129. Examination of the Relationship between Positive Effects of Tourism and Attitudes towards Sports Tourism
  130. System Dynamics framework for tourism development management
  131. Evaluate the multiplier effect of the development of pilgrimage tourism using Buddhist resources based on marketing research
  132. IoT technologies and applications in tourism and travel industries
  133. Migration, tourism and social sustainability
  134. Tourist destination residents’ attitudes towards tourism during and after the COVID-19 pandemic
  135. Reflecting on tourism and COVID-19 research
  136. Tourism in a Semantic Mirror: Retheorizing Tourism from the Linguistic Turn
  137. Te Awa Tupua: peace, justice and sustainability through Indigenous tourism
  138.  An empirical note on tourism and sustainable development nexus
  139. Domestic tourism and the resilience of hotel demand
  140. What shapes e-learning effectiveness among tourism education students? An empirical assessment during COVID19
  141.  Factors affecting value co-creation through artificial intelligence in tourism: a general literature review
  142. Do tourism development and structural change promote environmental quality? Evidence from India
  143. A systematic review of creativity in tourism and hospitality
  144. Digitalization and sustainability: virtual reality tourism in a post pandemic world
  145. The ‘why’and ‘what for’of participation in tourism activities: travel motivations of people with disabilities
  146.  Tourism and vaccine hesitancy
  147. Review of tourism ecological security from the perspective of ecological civilization construction
  148. The psychological drivers of entrepreneurial resilience in the tourism sector
  149. Do socio-economic factors matter? A comprehensive evaluation of tourism eco-efficiency determinants in China based on the Geographical Detector Model
  150.  Tourism and economic growth: A global study on Granger causality and wavelet coherence
  151. Are Winegrowers Tourism Promoters?
  152. Dark Tourism: Understanding the concept and the demand of new experiences
  153. Tourism e-commerce live streaming: Identifying and testing a value-based marketing framework from the live streamer perspective
  154. The effects of innovative management, digital marketing, service quality and supply chain management on performance in cultural tourism business
  155. Sustainable and accessible tourism in natural areas: A participatory approach
  156. Tourism, peace and sustainability in sanctions-ridden destinations
  157. Tourism subindustry level environmental impacts in the US
  158. Gender and tourism sustainability
  159. Airbnb impacts on host communities in a tourism destination: An exploratory study of stakeholder perspectives in Queenstown, New Zealand
  160. Governance of protected areas: an institutional analysis of conservation, community livelihood, and tourism outcomes
  161.  Virtual tours as a solidarity tourism product?
  162. Measuring residents’ attitude toward sustainable tourism development: a case study of the Gradac River gorge, Valjevo (Serbia)
  163. Fortress tourism: exploring dynamics of tourism, security and peace around the Virunga transboundary conservation area
  164. How much remains? Local value capture from tourism in Zambezi, Namibia
  165. The Impact of Blockchain Technology Adoption on Tourism Industry: A Systematic Literature Review
  166. Climate change and tourism: a paradigm for enhancing tourism resilience in SIDS
  167. Regional differences, dynamic evolution, and driving factors of tourism development in Chinese coastal cities
  168.  Pathways to decarbonization in India: the role of environmentally friendly tourism development
  169.  Navigating the early stages of a large sustainability-oriented rural tourism development project: Lessons from Træna, Norway
  170. Tourism demand forecasting using tourist-generated online review data
  171. A Chaotic or Orderly Digitalization?: Malaysia’s Resilient Model for Sustainable Rural Tourism
  172. Insights from the relationship between urban form, social media, and edu-tourism
  173. Sustainability through the tourism entrepreneurship journey: A gender perspective
  174. The economic impact of a global pandemic on the tourism economy: The case of COVID-19 and Macao’s destination-and gambling-dependent economy
  175. Contribution of social media platforms in tourism promotion
  176. Service failure research in the hospitality and tourism industry: a synopsis of past, present and future dynamics from 2001 to 2020
  177. Tourism and community empowerment: the perspectives of local people in Manicaland province, Zimbabwe
  178.  Customer service for hospitality and tourism
  179. Investigating the nexus between CO2 emissions, economic growth, energy consumption and pilgrimage tourism in Saudi Arabia
  180.  Tourism governance during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis: A proposal for a sustainable model to restore the tourism industry
  181. Social distance between residents and tourists explained by residents’ attitudes concerning tourism
  182. Archaeological Tourism
  183. Exploring the impact of tourism and energy consumption on the load capacity factor in Turkey: a novel dynamic ARDL approach
  184. An asymmetric examination of the environmental effect of tourism in China
  185. Kano model application in the tourism industry: A systematic literature review
  186. Sustainable tourism development from the perspective of digital communication
  187. The making of capital city tourism in South Africa
  188. Do regional trade agreements enhance international tourism flows? Evidence from a cross-country analysis
  189. Convergence and divergence in the economic performance of wildlife tourism within multi-reserve landscapes
  190. Residents’ perception of the impact of sports tourism on sustainable social development
  191. Assessment of the Activities of European Cultural Heritage Tourism Sites during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  192. Celebrities and GreenSphere tourism
  193. Does emotional engagement matter in dark tourism? Implications drawn from a reflective approach
  194. When and how sharing tourism experiences on social media backfires: TMSP model of sharing driven outcomes
  195. Habit formation in tourism traveling
  196.  Developing tourism users’ profiles with data-driven explicit information
  197. Enhancing competences for co-creating appealing and meaningful cultural heritage experiences in tourism
  198.  Tourism sustainability during COVID-19: developing value chain resilience
  199. Pricing research in hospitality and tourism and marketing literature: a systematic review and research agenda
  200. Measuring tourism intensification in urban destinations: An approach based on fractal analysis
  201. Organisational effectiveness for ethical tourism action: a phronetic perspective
  202. Spatiotemporal Characteristics of the Correlation among Tourism, CO2 Emissions, and Economic Growth in China
  203. Do neighbours shape the tourism spending of rural households? Evidence from China
  204. Engaging with restorative environments in wellness tourism
  205. Critical approaches to tourism, heritage and culture
  206. ‘Asianizing the field’: Questioning critical tourism studies in Asia
  207.  Family tourism improves parents’ well-being and children’s generic skills
  208. Exploring visual embodiment effect in dark tourism: The influence of visual darkness on dark experience
  209. Economic development and mountain tourism research from 2010 to 2020: bibliometric analysis and science mapping approach
  210. Historical turning points in tourism: The establishment of the Hotel Board in South Africa
  211. Persistence of financial efficiency in tourism and hospitality firms
  212. Unethical Organization Behavior: Antecedents and Consequences in the Tourism Industry
  213. Spatiotemporal characteristics and influencing factors of tourism–urbanization–technology–ecological environment on the Yunnan–Guizhou–Sichuan Region: An …
  214. Remedying Airbnb COVID-19 disruption through tourism clusters and community resilience
  215. A multi-scale comparison of tourism attraction networks across China
  216.  Twitter data sentiment analysis of tourism in Thailand during the COVID-19 pandemic using machine learning
  217. THE ROLE OF CULTURAL HERITAGE IN HALAL TOURISM
  218. Mapping the outcomes of social entrepreneurship and tourism on host communities: a three-dimensional approach
  219. Covid-19 crisis management responses of small tourism firms in South Africa
  220. A systematic literature review on the use of big data for sustainable tourism
  221. Tourism development, natural resource abundance, and environmental sustainability: Another look at the ten most visited destinations
  222. A look back and a leap forward: a review and synthesis of big data and artificial intelligence literature in hospitality and tourism
  223. Explaining residents’ behavioral support for tourism through two theoretical frameworks
  224. Residents’ support for tourism: The role of tourism impact attitudes, forest value orientations, and quality of life in Oregon, United States
  225. Antecedents of emotional labour for holiday representatives: A framework for tourism workers
  226. You can’t hold the tide with a broom: Cryptocurrency payments and tourism in South Korea and China
  227. Social media in sustainable tourism recovery
  228. Two decades of customer experience research in hospitality and tourism: A bibliometric analysis and thematic content analysis
  229.  COVID-19 economic policy response, resilience and tourism recovery
  230. Impact of tourism on intangible cultural heritage: case of Kalbeliyas from Rajasthan, India
  231. Implementation of Tourism Development Policy in Geopark Ciletuh-Pelabuhanratu, West Java, Indonesia
  232. Decolonising the ‘autonomy of affect’in volunteer tourism encounters
  233.  Climate adaptation planning for cultural heritages in coastal tourism destinations: A multi-objective optimization approach
  234. Does health quality affect tourism? Evidence from system GMM estimates
  235. What Is the Role of Tourism Management and Marketing toward Sustainable Tourism? A Bibliometric Analysis Approach
  236. Promoting smart tourism personalised services via a combination of deep learning techniques
  237.  Research on development of digital finance in improving efficiency of tourism resource allocation
  238. Platform-mediated tourism: social justice and urban governance before and during Covid-19
  239. From pandemic to systemic risk: contagion in the US tourism sector
  240. Emotions, feelings, and moods in tourism and hospitality research: Conceptual and methodological differences
  241. Methodological and theoretical advancements in social impacts of tourism research
  242. Exploring diverse sources of linguistic influence on international tourism flows
  243. Livestreaming in tourism: What drives tourism live streamers to share their travel experiences?
  244. Residents’ cognitive appraisals, emotions, and coping strategies at local dark tourism sites
  245. Small-sized tourism projects in rural areas: The compounding effects on societal wellbeing
  246. Impact of corporate social (ir) responsibility on volume and valence of online employee reviews: Evidence from the tourism and hospitality industry
  247. Tourism-induced pollution emission amidst energy mix: evidence from Nigeria
  248. Assessing tourism destination competitiveness: the case of Kazakhstan
  249. Labour migration and tourism mobilities: Time to bring sustainability into the debate
  250. Consumers’ adoption of artificial intelligence and robotics in hospitality and tourism sector: literature review and future research agenda
  251.  Measuring tourism with big data? Empirical insights from comparing passive GPS data and passive mobile data
  252. The citizen within: Positioning local residents for sustainable tourism
  253. Current trends and issues in research on biodiversity conservation and tourism sustainability
  254. The exposure of the US tourism subsector stocks to global volatility and uncertainty factors
  255. Tourism and financial development in South Africa: A trivariate approach
  256. High regional economic activity repels domestic tourism during summer of pandemic
  257. Tourist Satisfaction and Performance of Tourism Industries: How The Role of Innovative Work Behaviour, Organizational Citizenship Behaviour?
  258. The impact of geopolitical risks on tourism supply in developing economies: the moderating role of social globalization
  259. Decoding the Trends and the Emerging Research Directions of Digital Tourism in the Last Three Decades: A Bibliometric Analysis
  260. Augmented reality and the enhancement of memorable tourism experiences at heritage sites
  261.  Sustainability assessment of tourism in protected areas: A relational perspective
  262. Armchair tourism: Exploring individuals’ innovative travel experience in the with-corona era
  263. Social influence and bandwagon effects in tourism travel
  264. Does sustainable tourism development enhance destination prosperity?
  265. Entrepreneurs’ level of awareness on knowledge management for promoting tourism in Nepal
  266. Top-management compensation and survival likelihood: the case of tourism and leisure firms in the US
  267. Tourism and migration: Identifying the channels with gravity models
  268. How to avoid swinging: A social enterprise’s quest for authenticity in tourism
  269. Is virtual reality technology an effective tool for tourism destination marketing? A flow perspective
  270. Are we all in this together? Gender intersectionality and sustainable tourism
  271. AI-enabled technologies to assist Muslim tourists in Halal-friendly tourism
  272. Tourism affinity and its effects on tourist and resident behavior
  273. Tourism and the capitalocene: From green growth to ecocide
  274. Pedagogy for sustainable tourism: Reflections on the curriculum space of a master programme in Sweden
  275. Utilizing text-mining to explore consumer happiness within tourism destinations
  276. SuStainable Development in touriSm: a StakeholDer analySiS of the langhe region
  277. A comparative analysis on the career perceptions of tourism management students before and during the COVID-19 pandemic
  278. Politicising platform-mediated tourism rentals in the digital sphere: Airbnb in Madrid and Barcelona
  279. The measurement of high-quality development level of tourism: Based on the perspective of industrial integration
  280. Digital Influencers, Food and Tourism—A New Model of Open Innovation for Businesses in the Ho. Re. Ca. Sector
  281. From success to unrest: the social impacts of tourism in Barcelona
  282. What innovations would enable tourism in Sri Lanka to re-build?
  283. Tourism as a dementia treatment based on positive psychology
  284. Towards the quest to reduce income inequality in Africa: is there a synergy between tourism development and governance?
  285. The effect of migration on international tourism flows: the role of linguistic networks and common languages
  286. Spatial spillover of transport improvement on tourism growth
  287. International tourism, digital infrastructure, and CO2 emissions: fresh evidence from panel quantile regression approach
  288. Religious Tourism Development Strategy in Improving Community Economy at Mount Santri, Bojonegara District, Serang Regency, Banten
  289.  Interpreting the perceptions of authenticity in virtual reality tourism through postmodernist approach
  290. Dynamic impacts of economic growth, energy use, urbanization, tourism, agricultural value-added, and forested area on carbon dioxide emissions in Brazil
  291. Luxury tourism–a review of the literature
  292. Tourism and Development Theory: Which Way Now?
  293. Exploring the effectiveness of emotional and rational user-generated contents in digital tourism platforms
  294. Evolution and driving mechanism of tourism flow networks in the Yangtze River Delta urban agglomeration based on social network analysis and geographic …
  295. Participation in tourism Cases on Community-Based Tourism (CBT) in the Philippines
  296. Virtual and Space Tourism as New Trends in Travelling at the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  297. Assessment of Synergistic Development Potential between Tourism and Rural Restructuring Using a Coupling Analysis: A Case Study of Southern Shaanxi, China
  298. How New Urbanization Affects Tourism Eco-Efficiency in China: An Analysis Considering the Undesired Outputs
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