2023 - Research.com Business and Management in United Kingdom Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in United Kingdom Leader Award
Stephen J. Page focuses on Tourism, Tourism geography, Economic growth, Ecotourism and Marketing. A large part of his Tourism studies is devoted to Hospitality management studies. His Tourism geography research integrates issues from Engineering ethics, Ontology, Review article, Public sector and Sustainability.
His research integrates issues of Political economy and China in his study of Economic growth. His Ecotourism research includes themes of Urban tourism, Urban regeneration, Environmental planning and Urban density, Urban planning. The concepts of his Marketing study are interwoven with issues in Indigenous, Human resources and Hospitality.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Tourism, Tourism geography, Marketing, Economy and Visitor pattern. He studies Tourism, focusing on Destinations in particular. The various areas that Stephen J. Page examines in his Tourism geography study include Environmental planning, Ecotourism, Regional science, Hospitality management studies and Public sector.
His specific area of interest is Recreation, where Stephen J. Page studies Leisure studies.
Stephen J. Page mainly investigates Tourism, Marketing, Economy, Public relations and Visitor pattern. His work on Destinations as part of general Tourism research is often related to Dementia friendly, thus linking different fields of science. His studies deal with areas such as Advertising, Destination image and Destination marketing as well as Marketing.
His Economy study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Far East. Stephen J. Page combines subjects such as Higher education and Research Excellence Framework with his study of Public relations. His Leisure studies research incorporates themes from Regional science and Tourism geography.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Tourism, Marketing, Visitor pattern, Destinations and Public relations. His Tourism geography study in the realm of Tourism connects with subjects such as Dementia friendly. He has researched Tourism geography in several fields, including Ontology and Social science, Field, Review article.
His work deals with themes such as Advertising and Health tourism, which intersect with Marketing. His Destinations research incorporates elements of Paradigm shift and Quality of life. Stephen J. Page has included themes like Destination management, Higher education and Utilitarianism in his Public relations study.
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The Geography of Tourism and Recreation: Environment, Place and Space
C. Michael Hall;Stephen J. Page.
Social media as a destination marketing tool: its use by national tourism organisations
Stephanie Hays;Stephen John Page;Dimitrios Buhalis.
Destination Marketing Organizations and destination marketing: a narrative analysis of the literature.
Steven Pike;Stephen J. Page.
Urban tourism research: Recent progress and current paradoxes
Gregory Ashworth;Stephen J. Page.
Progress and prospects for event tourism research
Donald Getz;Stephen J. Page.
Understanding small firms in tourism: a perspective on research trends and challenges.
Rhodri Thomas;Gareth Shaw;Stephen J. Page.
Tourism: A Modern Synthesis
Stephen J. Page;Joanne Connell.
The Geography of Tourism and Recreation
C.M. Hall;S.J. Page.
Tourism management : Managing for change
Stephen J. Page.
Managing Urban Tourism
Stephen J. Page;Michael Hall.
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