7th Annual International Conference on Tourism, 13-16 June 2011, Athens, Greece (tourism)
Venue: St George Lycabettus
|Event Date/Time: Jul 31, 2010|
The registration fee is â‚¬250 (euro), covering access to all sessions and 2 lunches and conference material. Special arrangements have been made with the conference hotel (St George Lycabettus) for a limited number of rooms at a special conference rate of â‚¬145 (single)-160 (double). Prices include breakfast. In addition, a number of special events will be organized: A Greek night of entertainment, a special one-day cruise in the Greek islands and a half-day tour to archaeological site.
The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars, researchers and students from all areas of Tourism. Areas of interest include (but are not confined to):
Tourism and Economic Development
National and Regional Tourism Policy
European Union's Tourism Policy
Mega Events (Olympics Games) and Tourism
Hotel Management and Marketing
Restaurant Management and Marketing
Travel Agents and Tour Operators
International Tourist Organizations (i.e. WTO, WTTC etc).
Tourism Research and Methodology
Tourism, Recreation and Leisure
All abstracts should be submitted in English. The length of abstract should not be longer than 300 words, and should preferably follow the following structure:
Material & Methods
Selected (reviewed) papers will be published in a Special Volume of the Conference Proceedings.
Please submit a 300-word abstract (by email) by 10th of December 2010 to: Marios Vasilopoulos, President, Academy of Tourism Research & Studies (ATEM) Email: email@example.com URL: www.atiner.gr/tourism.htm
If you want to participate without presenting a paper, click here for the registration form of the conference. If you want to chair a session, evaluate papers to be included in the conference proceedings or books, contribute to the editing, or any other offer to help please send an email to Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, firstname.lastname@example.org Director, ATINER.
The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) was established in 1995 as an independent academic organization with the mission to become a forum, where academics and researchers - from all over the world - could meet in Athens and exchange ideas on their research and discuss the future developments of their discipline. Since 1995, ATINER has organized more than 100 international conferences and has published over 80 books. Academically, the Institute consists of four research divisions and nineteen research units. Each research unit organizes at least an annual conference and undertakes various small and large research projects.