Submission Guidelines

BALI INTERNATIONAL TOURISM CONGRESS:

GLOBAL TOURISM TRENDS AND COMPETITIVENESS INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP AND SEMINAR BALI 6-7 MAY 2019

Participants are invited to submit abstracts and posters. All abstracts and posters must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Please submit abstracts (300 to 500 words) or one page posters until 1st of February 2019

The research track of the congress will be exploring the overall theme of “GLOBAL TOURISM TRENDS & INDONESIA COMPETITIVENESS“ and will address issues related to global tourism: trends and prospects; sustainable tourism growth and environment; culture and authenticity; strategic planning management marketing for tourism; digital marketing and eTourism.Submitted abstracts and posters should be relevant with the overall conference theme objectives but the congress is inclusive and all research areas are welcomed, including:

LIST OF TOPICS

  • Tourism and/or hospitality marketing
  • Tourism and/or hospitality management
  • Human resources management
  • Information & communication technologies
  • E-commerce and eTourism
  • Smart Tourism
  • Tourism planning and development
  • Strategic planning
  • Tourism education
  • Service quality and quality management
  • Operations management
  • Destination management and marketing
  • Food, beverage and catering management
  • Travel and leisure
  • Finance and economics
  • Sustainable development
  • Alternative forms of tourism
  • Special interest tourism
  • Experiences management
  • Sports tourism

All abstracts and posters should be written in English, and should be submitted in time.

All contributions must be original (i.e. not been published elsewhere), follow academic writing, structure and methodology. Submissions will be blind-refereed by at least two anonymous reviewers who will decide whether the proposed abstracts will be accepted or not. Following the acceptance of the abstract, the author(s) will be provided with specific guidelines for the submission of a full paper to an academic journal of those respresented at the Congress.