His primary scientific interests are in Tourism, Tourism geography, Cultural tourism, Cultural heritage and Ecotourism. His research integrates issues of Advertising, Public relations and Economic geography in his study of Tourism. His Tourism geography research integrates issues from Marketing, Creativity, Gastronomy and Creative industries.
In his study, Architecture and Market segmentation is strongly linked to Cultural capital, which falls under the umbrella field of Cultural tourism. His Cultural heritage research focuses on Popular culture and how it relates to Ethnology. His Ecotourism study combines topics in areas such as Sustainable tourism and Environmental resource management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Tourism, Tourism geography, Cultural tourism, Economy and Marketing. Greg Richards has researched Tourism in several fields, including Economic growth, Creativity, Economic geography, Public relations and Cultural capital. His study on Creativity is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Creative industries.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cultural heritage management, Social science, Ecotourism and Regional science. Cultural tourism and Cultural heritage are frequently intertwined in his study. His research in Marketing intersects with topics in Advertising and Destinations.
His primary areas of study are Tourism, Public relations, Economic geography, Marketing and Placemaking. The Tourism study combines topics in areas such as Creativity, Field and Economy. His Public relations study incorporates themes from Social practice and Co-creation.
The various areas that Greg Richards examines in his Marketing study include Economic impact analysis and Experience economy. His Cultural tourism study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Cultural heritage. His study focuses on the intersection of Creative class and fields such as Creative industries with connections in the field of Creative Cities.
His main research concerns Tourism, Marketing, Placemaking, Public relations and Cultural tourism. Greg Richards has included themes like Economic geography, Economy and Creativity, Creative class in his Tourism study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Tourism geography, Advertising and Creative industries in addition to Creativity.
Greg Richards combines subjects such as Economic impact analysis, Mantua, Experience economy and Knowledge spillover with his study of Marketing. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Empirical research, Environmental resource management and Social practice. While the research belongs to areas of Cultural tourism, Greg Richards spends his time largely on the problem of Cultural heritage, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Everyday life.
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Summary for policymakers
Greg Richards;Marques Lénia;Karen Mein;Lénia Marques.
Climate Change 2013 - The Physical Science Basis (2015)
Developing creativity in tourist experiences: A solution to the serial reproduction of culture?
Greg Richards;Julie Wilson.
Tourism Management (2006)
Cultural Tourism in Europe
Tourism and Gastronomy
Anne-Mette Hjalager;Greg Richards.
Routledge Advances in Tourism (2002)
Creativity and tourism: The State of the Art
Annals of Tourism Research (2011)
The Impact of Cultural Events on City Image: Rotterdam, Cultural Capital of Europe 2001:
Greg Richards;Julie Wilson.
Urban Studies (2004)
Production and consumption of European cultural tourism
Annals of Tourism Research (1996)
Tourism and Sustainable Community Development
Greg Richards;Derek R. Hall.
Routledge Advances in Tourism (2000)
Gastronomy : an essential ingredient in tourism production and consumption?
Routledge Advances in Tourism (2003)
Tourism attraction systems: exploring cultural behavior
Annals of Tourism Research (2002)
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