Special Issues 2019

"Skills and competences in maritime logistics: managerial and organizational emerging issues for human resources" - call for abstracts

È disponibile qui la Call for Abstracts finalizzata a selezionare i contributi che saranno ospitati nello Special Issue, la cui pubblicazione è prevista per settembre 2019.

Scadenza per gli abstracts: 15.2.2019 extended! 5.3.2019. Scadenza per i full papers: 15.5.2019. Abstracts e full papers saranno sottoposti a double blind review.

 

"Studying organizations: identity, pluralism and change" - call for papers

La proposta nasce con esplicito riferimento all'annuale Workshop dei Docenti e deglisStudiosi di Organizzazione Aziendale, a cui prioritariamente si rivolge.

È disponibile qui la Call for Papers finalizzata a selezionare i contributi che saranno ospitati nello Special Issue, la cui pubblicazione è prevista per maggio 2019.

Scadenza per i full papers: 15.4.2019. I full papers saranno sottoposti a double blind review.

L’approccio co-evolutivo alla sostenibilità delle destinazioni turistiche. Evidenze dalla "Convenzione delle Alpi"

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Management
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10.15167/1824-3576/IPEJM2018.3.1136
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Recently, the co-evolutionary approach has been used in the tourism management literature to better understand the evolutionary dynamics of tourism sector and destinations. Some studies highlight a causal relationship between these dynamics proposing the co-evolutionary approach of the relationship among tourism firms, territories, and tourists. This framework conceptualizes the sustainability of destinations as the result of effective multi-level co-evolutionary adaptations, identifying promoting mechanisms that require synergistic actions between tourism firms and institutions. However, the role of institutions is poorly analyzed in this dynamic. Therefore, this study analyses the inter-organizational network promoted by the "Alpine Convention", adopting the aforementioned framework. Findings show the contribution of the institutional actors regarding the identified mechanisms, highlighting two important processes able to favor a systemic approach to territories and tourism firms, and then competitiveness and social wellbeing. The study reinforces the adopted framework and adds new elements to the destination management literature. Results may be beneficial for policy- and decision- makers.