Gowreesunkar, V., Maingi, S., Roy, H. and Micera, R. (2021). Tourism Destination Management in a Post Pandemic Context. Emerald Insight. Draws on challenges faced by tourism during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, outlining mechanisms to build resilience and proposes “novel management solutions” to improve destination management.
Sharma, A. and Hassan, A. (2021). Future of Tourism in Asia. Springer. Offers well-informed insights about the future of tourism in Asia. Explores tourism themes in the context of Asia to allow readers to consider how Asian countries can capitalize on tourism in the future.
Hardy, A. (2020). Tracking Tourists. Goodfellow Publishers. Comprehensively explores tourists’ movement, taking into account the role of new technologies, such as big data and WiFi tracking. Also outlines potential future trends in tracking tourists’ mobility.
Guilbault, J. and Rommen, T. (Eds.). (2019). Sounds of Vacation. Duke University Press. Uses music as a means to gain insights into political economy, hospitality, and other aspects of Caribbean tourism. Offers insights into the realities of vacations in postcolonial spaces.
Bulahis, D., Taheri, B. and Rahami, R. (2022). Smart Cities and Tourism. Goodfellow Publishers. Illuminates the evolution of smart cities and accompanying issues such as “smart tourists…smart sports.. and creating smart tourism destinations.” Also considers how smart tourism can positively contribute to the lives of locals. [Due for release in April 2022]
Slack Valek, N. and Almuhrzi, H. (2021). Women in Tourism in Asian Muslim Countries. Springer. Considers the role of women in Asian tourism countries. Draws on the experiences of women of both Muslim and non-Muslim identities to explore women in Asian tourism.
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