Tourism Review: Volume 69 Issue 1


Table of contents - Special Issue: Destination leadership part 1

Destination leadership: a new paradigm for tourist destinations?

Harald Pechlaner, Metin Kozak, Michael Volgger

This special issue of Tourism Review provides an original body of work that complements existing research on tourist destinations, and offers an opportunity for tourism…


Leadership capacity in two Brazilian regional tourism organisations

Flávio José Valente, Dianne Dredge, Gui Lohmann

– This paper examines the leadership practices of two Brazilian regional tourism organisations (RTOs) using an exploratory case study.


From destination governance to destination leadership – defining and exploring the significance with the help of a systemic perspective

Pietro Beritelli, Thomas Bieger

Starting from the tenet that destination management deserves a systemic approach the authors first explain the meaning of systemic leadership and then discuss its…


Industry, government, and community: power and leadership in a resource constrained DMO

Susan L. Slocum, Sally Everett

The purpose of this paper is to explore a resource-constrained Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) to assess the power struggles inherent in community tourism…


Leadership networks in destinations

Anita Zehrer, Frieda Raich, Hubert Siller, Franz Tschiderer

Co-operation activities play a central role for the development of a tourism destination, and require a co-operative approach among numerous different actors to manage and…


Destination leadership and the issue of power

Bodil Stilling Blichfeldt, John Hird, Peter Kvistgaard

Studies of destination management and leadership may over-emphasize unity and collaboration, thus producing romanticized accounts for such processes. This paper discusses…

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