INVTUR 2010 - Tourism Research: State of the Art and Future Perspectives


INVTUR 2010 - Tourism Research: State of the Art and Future Perspectives

University of Aveiro | 10th to 13th March 2010    


The International Conference INVTUR 2010 - Tourism Research: State of the Art and Future Perspectives is fast approaching. This will be the largest tourism-related scientific conference ever held in Portugal. The conference offers you the possibility to choose from 170 communications, distributed in 35 thematic parallel sessions, and 27 posters, being involved more than 350 authors that come from 25 countries, which will bring us a great diversity of cultures and experiences. All the works will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Tourism and Development, divided in 3 volumes.


INVTUR 2010 will host keynote presentations of some of the most important figures of world tourism academy: Professors Chris Cooper, John Tribe, Dimitrios Buhalis, Geoffrey Wall, Alan Fyall, Jafar Jafari , Lionello Punzo e Alfonso Vargas-Sanchez.


You will also be able to visit BiT - Forum for Tourism Innovation. This event will set as a priviledged space for the presentation of public and private organisations that represent successful and innovative cases and best practices developed on tourism projects, business models, and planning and management.


Check conference full program in attachment (also available on INVTUR website on


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