Tourism and Transport


Research also includes the publication of results and working on books and other academic publications. You can find the publications of the research team members here, sorted chronologically up until 2010. Older publications are available on the CBS employee pages.


Rundshagen, V. (forthcoming). Business School Internationalization: Towards a New European Perspective. In A. M. Dima (ed.), Handbook of Research on Trends in European Higher Education Convergence (chapter 7). Hershey: IGI Global.

Lehmann, K. and Reiser, D. (forthcoming). The nexus between an art experience and creative tourism: Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art. Mondes du Tourisme.

Reiser, D. (forthcoming). Latvia, tourism. In: J. Jafari and H. Xiao (eds.) Encyclopedia of tourism.New York: Springer.

Fifka, M. and Reiser, D. (forthcoming). Corporate Social Responsibility in Germany. In S.O. Idowu, M. Fifka and R. Schmidpeter Corporate Social Responsibility in Europe. Heidelberg: Springer.

Reiser, D. (forthcoming). 15 entries: Agenda 21, animal rights, animal spirits, animal testing, biomimicry, Brundtland Report, Environmental Sustainability Index (ESI), event studies and CSR, Green Globe Certification, Greenpeace, Millennium Development Goals, Rainforest Alliance, sustainable development, sustainable tourism, World Bank. In S. O. Idowu, N. Capaldi, L. Zu and M. Fifka (eds.) Dictionary of Corporate Social Responsibility. Heidelberg: Springer.


Reiser, D. (forthcoming). 6 entries: Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism, Male Declaration on Sustainable Development, United Nations, World Bank, World Trade Organisation, WWF. In C. Carter and B. Garrod (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Sustainable Tourism. Wallingford, UK: CABI.

Reiser, D. and Scherle, N. (forthcoming). Green Events. In L. Winnen, U. Eisermann and A. Wrobel, (eds.) Praxisorientiertes Eventmanagement – Grundlagen, Forschung und Praxisbeispiele. Wiesbaden: Springer/Gabler Verlag.
Nyns, I. and Reiser, D. (2014). Do German tour operators acknowledge their responsibility for destinations? In: R. Egger and C. Maurer (eds.) ISCONTOUR 2014 tourism research perspectives (pp. 301-310), Norderstedt: Books on demand.

Reiser, D. (2014). Review of Eric G. E. Zuelow (ed.), Touring beyond the nation: A transnational approach to European tourism history (Farnham: Ashgate), in Tourism, Culture & Communication. 13 (3), pp. 205-215.

Dirk Reiser (Book Review) (2014). Book review: Touring Beyond the Nation. A Transnational Approach to European Tourism History (Eric G. E. Zuelow, Editor), Tourism, Culture & Communication, Vol. 13 (3) 214-215

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