Previously published as The Tourist Review
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Tourism Review is the oldest and most established journal, with more than 70 years of history in publishing papers, that addresses a wide spectrum of tourism issues. As an inclusive research output platform, Tourism Review aims to incorporate multidisciplinary research and theory as well as best practice to advance the understanding of tourism and to support. Addressing consumers, industry, policy and destinations Tourism Review is exploring the tourism phenomenon and industry holistically as an ecosystem. The journal has a global perspective and encourages exchange of views across geographical regions, cultures and disciplines. Its inclusive strategy encourages publications from all aspects of tourism globally and encourages innovation and diversity. It also aims to stimulate intellectual discussion on how to increase value for all stakeholders in the ecosystem. The journal ultimately aims to enhance the impact and relevance of tourism research to global society at large.
Tourism Review provides original, creative, multi- and interdisciplinary contributions on a very wide range of issues including:
The Editors encourage articles that explore knowledge and theory and provide an innovative and exploratory analysis towards a future perspective that adds value to all tourism stakeholders globally.
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