Sustainability in Tourism and Regional Development now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Sustainability in Tourism and Regional Development, edited by Marjetka Rangus, Mitja Gorenak and Boštjan Brumen.
The economic and sociocultural significance of tourism today cannot be overstated. With the rapid growth of travel and tourism, more and more research is being undertaken in this field, with particular attention paid to the concept of sustainability.
This book broadens the reach of such studies by providing comprehensive and rigorous examinations of many issues and concepts related to sustainable tourism, with particular attention paid to Slovenia. It considers the area broadly, and presents in-depth discussions on many relevant and important tourism issues, covering topics from the sustainable use of cultural heritage in tourism and the development of sustainable jobs and professionalism in the tourism sector to the aspects of systemic management and logistic planning for tourist destinations, as well as the contributions that local governments make towards sustainable development and use of local resources. The collection provides a unique and balanced view of both theoretical issues and practical cases and is a valuable reading for students, researchers and professionals in the field of tourism and sustainability.
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About the Editors
Marjetka Rangus is Assistant Professor of Tourism in the Faculty of Tourism at the University of Maribor, Slovenia, and she obtained her PhD in Political Science from the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Her research focuses primarily on tourism theory, the sociology of tourism and political aspects of tourism.
Mitja Gorenak works in the Faculty of Tourism at the University of Maribor, Slovenia, having obtained his PhD in the field of Human Resources Management from the same university. He specializes in human resources in the tourism sector, with a special interest in values, competencies and ethical conduct of individuals. For several years he has worked with various organizations in the tourism sector, helping them with issues regarding human resources.
Boštjan Brumen is Associate Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Tourism at the University of Maribor, Slovenia, having obtained his PhD in Computer Science and Informatics from the same university. His research interests are focused mainly on the use of informational technology in tourism, and he is an author and co-author of several books, scientific articles and conference papers.