Global Tourism Development Trends

This course covers‍ the following topics: Global tourism development since the end of World War Ⅱ; Tourism Development in China since its Open Door Policy; China’s Belt and Road Initiative and its implications for the global tourism industry; the sustainability of tourism development, and some current issues in tourism development globally.


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Global Tourism Development Trends课程简介:

This course covers‍ the following topics: Global tourism development since the end of World War Ⅱ; Tourism Development in China since its Open Door Policy; China’s Belt and Road Initiative and its implications for the global tourism industry; the sustainability of tourism development, and some current issues in tourism development globally.


Global Tourism Development Trends课程目录:


--Development of International Tourism

--Role of Government in Tourism Development

--The Belt and Road Initiative

--Interview: Understanding Tourism Industry


--The Belt and Road Initiative

--Pakistan as an Example

--Interview : Understanding the Implications of the “B&R” Initiative


--Development of Inbound Tourism

--Domestic Tourism

--Outbound Tourism

--The Belt and Road Initiative

--Interview: the Tourism Future


--Basic Points and Perspectives of Sustainable Tourism Planning

--Basic Planning Principles

--The Basic Points of the Impacts of Tourism

--The Basic Points of the Impacts of Tourism

--Three Models of Residents’ Reaction


--Medical Tourism

--Perception of Risk and Travel Decision

--Smart Tourism

Global Tourism Development Trends授课教师:



Carson Lewis Jenkins-Professor-思克莱德大学-

Emeritus professor of international Tourism University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Scotland and Visiting Professor, School of Tourism and Service Management, Nankai University, previously visiting Scholar, School of Professional Education and Executive Development at Hong Kong Polytechnic University Academic membership 1. Elected Fellow of International Academy for the Study of Tourism 2. Visiting Professor Shanghai Institute for Tourism , China (1994); University of Stirling, Scotland (2002); Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management, (Dubai 2003); Chiang Mai University, Thailand (2011-2012) Editorial Appointments 1.Annals of Tourism Research: Resource Editor. 2.Journal of Tourism Economics: Board Member. 3.Anatolia: Board Member. 4. Tourism Recreation Research: Board Member Research interests are in tourism policy and planning and the role of tourism in development developing countries.

Lyu Jiaying-Associate Professor-浙江大学-

Dr. JiayingLyu is an Associate Professor in Tourism Management who is known for her research and publications on leisure and tourism. She has also been involved in a range of research involving leisure travel behavior of the elderly, tourism innovation based on mobile internet, non-profit organizations and protected area governance. Professor Lyu started her academic career with the Zhejiang University in 2011. Her current position is Deputy Director of the Leisure Management Institute in Zhejiang University. Academic Qualification: Doctor of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism, Texas A & M University, USA Master of Arts in Leisure, University of Manitoba, Canada Bachelor of Tourism Management, Zhejiang University, China

Asif Khan-Associate Professor-浙江大学-

Mr. Asif Khan is the head of Tourism and Hospitality, who is known for his efforts in the establishment of tourism and hospitality programmers at degree level in Pakistan. His research area is tourism and wellbeing. He is the National Expert of NAVTTC Prime Minister Secretariat, Islamabad, Pakistan. He is the secretary of tourism’s curriculum development of Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan. Mr. Khan started his academic career with Hazara University in 2008. Doctorate in Tourism Management: Zhejiang University, China Master in Marketing of Culture Heritage, Hazara University Pakistan Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Peshawar, Pakistan

John Ap-Associate Professor-Tourism Management-

John Ap is a Professor in Tourism Management who is internationally known for his research and publications on community perceptions of tourism. He has also been involved in a range of consultancy projects involving tourism and recreation planning studies, theme park studies, and market research surveys. Professor Ap started his academic career with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1992. He joined Stenden University Qatar in September 2013 and commenced his current position as a Visiting Professor at the Institute for Tourism Studies, Macao in January 2016. Prior to becoming an academic he had worked 11½ years as certified town planner in Australia where he specialised in recreation and tourism planning. His main areas of expertise are in tourism planning, theme parks and attractions, and research methods.

Peter P. Yuen-Professor and Dean-PolyU’s Department of Management and Marketing-

Professor Yuen is a Professor of PolyU’s Department of Management and Marketing. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology and Master in Business Administration degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo, USA, and his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Health Economics from the University of Birmingham, UK. Prior to his appointment as the Dean of CPCE, Prof. Yuen held a number of management positions at PolyU, including Associate Vice-President (Management), Director of the Public Policy Research Institute, and Head of the Department of Management. He was also the founding Director of the Doctor of Business Administration programme in the Faculty of Business. Prof. Yuen’s research mainly focuses on public policy formulation and evaluation, and health services management.

Pimtong Tavitiyaman-Senior Lecturer-学堂在线-

Dr Pimtong Tavitiyaman is a Senior Lecturer of PolyU SPEED and Program Leader in the academic discipline of Hospitality Management. She was the recipient of the 2011/12 CPCE Award for Superior Research-Scholarly Performance and CPCE Outstanding Teaching Performance/ Achievement Award 2014/15. Dr Tavitiyaman received her Bachelor of Liberal Arts from Thammasat University, Thailand, and Master of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Administration and Doctor of Philosophy in Human Environmental Sciences from Oklahoma State University, USA. In terms of professional experiences, she worked at a the five-star hotel in Bangkok, Thailand and many university dining outlets and restaurants in Virginia and Oklahoma, USA. Dr Tavitiyaman teaches courses in the areas of hospitality and tourism such as Research Methods, Legal and Ethical Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Industry, Contemporary Issues in Hospitality and Tourism Industry, and Hotel Planning and Development.


Nopasit Chakpitak is Dean of the International College of Digital Innovation in Chiang Mai University. His academic research area are knowledge engineering, and the application of artificial intelligence in the power industry. Previous Jobs: 2011-2014 Assistant to the President, academic and international affairs, Chiang Mai University 2004-2011 Dean, College of Arts, Media and Technology, Chiang Mai University 1998-2001 NECTEC IT Program Coordinator for NSTDA (National Science and Technology Development Agency) Northern Network : 1998-2001 HRD Consultant, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand Consultant 1987-1992 Power Plant Engineer, Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand : 1986-1987 Project Engineer, Mass Communication Organization of Thailand.

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