EMTM 2011-2013

This is a list of research topics, undertaken by the EMTM 2011-2013 generation students, during their Master Thesis semester (February-July 2013):

Nathan Ardaiz (United States / Italy):  San Francisco’s ‘Prototype Tourism:’ A grounded theory on the course of business travel and destination management.

Julia Augustin (Germany): Sustainability of adventure tours: The case of Soča Valley, Slovenia. 

Nuria Castellanos Llausas (Spain): Co-branding through mega events: The bid by Barcelona - Pyrenees for Winter Olympics 2022. 

Anette Hellsaa Aniron Christiansen (Norway): The path less pedaled. A grounded theory approach to a Cycling Tourism typology in Europe.

Karla Duarte (Canada): The potential for ecolodges to participate in payments for ecosystem services: an exploration through the case of Lapa Rios ecolodge in Costa Rica.

Gemechis Terfa Eticha (Ethiopia): Challenges and opportunities in using community-based tourism development to alleviate poverty: The case of Wenchi lake area, Ethiopia. 

Guilherme Fernandes (Brazil):  Tourism and Safety Image: An exploratory case-study on Brazil.

Anne-Sofie Drud Gregersen (Denmark):  Tourism at a supranational level - the case of EU. Governance of large tourism destinations.

Nika Kampuš (Slovenia): Customer Satisfaction Analysis Towards Environmental Practices: Case of European Luxury Hotels.

Jozef Kocun (Slovakia): Youth and student travel preferences: case of Slovakia.

Prerana Kumar (India): Reconstructing heritage and tourism.

Michael Ryan Leonard (United States): The challenges of identifying and profiling gay tourist segments: An exploratory research. 

Katherine Inez Leum (United States): Tourism cooperatives in rural communities: Three case studies from Ireland.

Andrea Liamzon (Philippines): A comparative content-semiotic analysis of national tourism organization and international tourists' destination images: A case study from the Philippines. 

Madara Luka (Latvia): The effect of tourist satisfaction on loyalty for first-time visitors in Riga, Latvia.

Takashi Fabian Märkl (Germany): Travel behaviour: a case of German football fans at transnational away games.

Camille Megelin (France): The reality tv show as an efficient tool for destination branding purposes: A case study of the French reality show Koh-Lanta. 

Cristina Michelini (Italy): A contractual framework for educational tourism services in Europe.

Nataša Milić (Serbia): Opportunities of developing congress tourism in rural areas of Europe. 

Hanne Primdahl Møberg (Denmark): The behaviour of young Australian tourists applied in destination branding of Denmark.

Anna Popova (Russian Federation): Organizational learning approach to environmental management systems in hotels.

Sibylle Victoria Randoll (Germany): The impacts of development aid on tourism in third world countries - a study of microfinance in Namibia.

Patricia Rozada Aller (Spain): The role of urban legislation in the development of a tourism destination: a focus on the local community.

Łukasz Rudnicki (Poland): The role of local food production in building a sustainable tourism offer. The case of agrotourism in the region of Silesia, Poland.

Line Bogelund Sørensen (Denmark): Sustainable tourism development and voluntary ecolabels. Case study of Danish campsites awarded with green key.

Florian Streib (Germany):  Mega sport events and tourism: The FIFA World Cup 2014 as a chance for Salvador da Bahia to attract more European tourists in the post-event period.

Sutanto (Indonesia):  Promotional strategies of family-owned accommodation enterprises in South France rural areas.

Nino Turashvili (Georgia):  Confronting two different approaches of tourism development in remote, indigenous destinations of the developing world. Case study of Upper Svaneti, Georgia.

Konstantinos Vitoratos (Greece): Assessing the impact of student exchange programs on destination image perception: The case of exchange students in the Faculty of Economics of University of Ljubljana. 

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