Abstract: Tourism regions find micro tourism accommodation has grown significantly with growth of sharing economy online platforms. Tourism regions are complex adaptive systems CAS often dominated by large numbers of micro enterprises. Here peer-to-peer micro-enterprises share underutilized tourism services and assets, sustained by innovative online marketing platforms. Globally capturing sizeable market shares, this fast growing 'sharing economy' finds micro-tourism services fuelled by low entry costs and internet community support. Adopting a relational model, this qualitative case study explores tourism micro accommodation engagement in regional CAS management initiatives for destination development. Regional experts and micro accommodation operator interviews help understand how and why tourism micro-enterprises engage in local development initiatives. Qualitative data analysis elicits factors influencing micro enterprise CAS engagement.
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The aim of the theme is to bring together researchers from across the globe to focus a critical lens on the creation and generation of knowledge in tourism, hospitality and events. The CAUTHE conference theme acknowledges that the process of building knowledge - and 'getting smart' about tourism, hospitality and events - can generate a series of paradoxes, ironies and juxtapositions that challenge conventions and create new alternative ways of knowing. About Cauthe 1 About Cauthe. Report from the scientific committee. At the end of the rainbow loom : A pot of gold with digitally-mediated leisure? A Meta-analysis of African tourism studies. Attributes, consequences and desired end-states of a successful scuba diving destination.
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It would have been impossible to imagine back in the early s how industrial cities, such as Newcastle, might adapt to a post-industrial world let alone establish services economies to attract tourists. Yet Newcastle, like many regional cities globally, have successfully negotiated this transition by getting smart about processes of renewal and creating quality services for both residents and visitors on the foundation of a knowledge economy. CAUTHE will provide a forum to explore how the rapid development of easily accessible information is transforming the ways by which visitors and tourists behave. It will also provide a forum for considering how tourism, hospitality and events might capitalise on opportunities that emerge in a world where smart technologies produce large data sets that can provide detailed insights into tourist mobilities and behaviours. CAUTHE will consider changes that are occurring in the way future generations of tourism, hospitality and event professionals are developing their knowledge and expertise. CAUTHE will provide opportunities to share knowledge about how contemporary tourism, hospitality and event students learn, the various technologies that assist or hinder the learning process, and the role of educators in a context where information is only one click away. At CAUTHE we acknowledge that the process of building knowledge and becoming smart about tourism, hospitality and events can generate a series of paradoxes, ironies, and juxtapositions.