Journal of Sustainability and Resilience

Objective

The call for a responsible tourism recovery is increasingly commendable amid a global pandemic. The tourism industry has a worldwide scope with symmetrical impacts at the local, regional, national and international levels. The global pandemic has had a catalytic impact at the macro and micro levels as well as at the cross-sector levels. This issue focuses on how tourism can help transform the tourism sector to respond to the global post-pandemic situation.

We invite papers looking at how tourism can play a critical role in socio-economic recovery by empowering local entrepreneurship. Our knowledge and history of the crisis show that the tourism industry can recover and return to normal. But how? What does normal mean? The tourism recovery is possible if the industry regains responsible intention of the visitors as well as the sustainable planning approaches of the destination can mitigate the impacts of future crisis. While still critical, papers should offer opportunities for hope, regeneration and transformation of the potential of tourism. We welcome contributions from academics and industry representatives, both theoretical and empirical. These contributions are expected to clearly address the implications of the research in question. The proposed topics may include but are not limited to the following:

  • Tourism and hospitality management
  • Crisis management
  • Destination resilience and sustainability
  • Planning and development of tourism destinations
  • Tourism, experience economy, and sustainability
  • Design of innovative experiences in tourism
  • Tourism and new technologies
  • Community-based tourism
  • Heritage tourism
  • Marketing services
  • Virtual experiences

Paper submission Deadline: December 20th, 2021

Journal of Sustainability and Resilience​​

Aim and Scope

Journal of Sustainability and Resilience (ISSN:2744-3620) is a multidisciplinary, online open-access biannual peer-reviewed journal. The aim of the journal is threefold. First, to debate on current issues related to sustainability and resilience concerning changing global shocks and trends and their impact on communities and businesses. Second, to develop a theory and practice with a particular focus on marketing and tourism, and always in the framework of the UNDP’s Sustainable Development Goals. Third, to build a permanent bridge and dialogue between academics and practitioners. Journal of Sustainability and Resilience charges neither authors nor readers.
 

Journal of Sustainability and Resilience charges neither authors nor readers.

Author Guidelines

Journal of Sustainability and Resilience publishes papers in the form of Research Notes of maximum 1,500 words (including references). A short abstract of up to 100 words and up to 6 keywords must be included. The journal encourages the incorporation of visual materials. Manuscripts should be written using single-spaced, Times New Roman font and size 12, and manuscript pages should be numbered. References must be cited using APA format.

All papers must outline why ‘academia’ and ‘industry’ should look at each other as part of the implications of the paper. Journal of Sustainability and Resilience accepts two types of papers:

From academia: These are both conceptual and empirical papers and must include up to 10 references.

From the industry: These are both examples of best practices and perspective papers and must include an introductory background of the study case.

 Submission

Submissions must be prepared in English and uploaded to our ONLINE PORTAL as a Word attachment and MUST NOT include authors’ details (name, affiliation and contact). A separate file can be added with authors names, affiliation and contact details. All manuscripts must be original work and not previously published or submitted to any other publication. All submissions go through a double-blind peer-review process, meaning neither authors nor reviewers know each other’s names.

Sustainability and Resilience Institute New Zealand

Tourism Advisory New Zealand