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Nicola Bellini is a full Professor of Economics and Management at the Institute of Management of the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna (Pisa, Italy - currently on leave) and Director of the La Rochelle Tourism Management Institute at the Groupe Sup de Co, La Rochelle (France). He is a former Director of IRPET, the Regional Institute for Economic Planning of the Tuscany Region (Florence, Italy) and a former Trustee of the Regional Studies Association. He also works for the European Commission as an expert on smart specialization strategies for European regions. His research interests include local and regional development policies (with a special focus on innovation, internationalization, and tourism), business support services, area marketing, and place branding. Cecilia Pasquinelli is a post-doctoral research fellow at the GSSI Cities, Gran Sasso Science Institute in L'Aquila (Italy). She previously worked in the Department of Social and Economic Geography at Uppsala University, Sweden. She received her PhD in Management, Competitiveness, and Development from the Institute of Management of the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in 2012. Her research interests include place branding, place of origin, and the geographical associations of brands and branding, cultural and creative industries, local and regional development, and urban tourism.
Global context, policies and practices in urban tourism: An introduction.- Part I Urban Tourism: Defining the research scene and dimensions.- Tourism connectivity and spatial complexity: A widening bi-dimensional arena of urban tourism research.- Mind the Gap: Reconceptualising inclusive development in support of integrated urban planning and tourism development.- Emerging technologies and cultural tourism: Opportunities for a cultural urban tourism research agenda.- On the move: Emerging fields of transport research in urban tourism.- The participatory place branding process for tourism: Linking visitors and residents through the city brand.- Globetrotters and brands: Cities in an emerging communicative space.- The construction of an emerging tourist destination and its related human capital challenges.- Urban coastal tourism and climate change: Indicators for a Mediterranean prospective.- Visitor streams in city destinations: Towards new tools for measuring urban tourism.- Part II The construction of multiple city 'products' through culture, creativity and heritage: Principles, policies and practices.- Museumification of historical centres: The case of Frankfurt Altstadt reconstruction.- Heritage and urban regeneration. Towards Creative Tourism.- Building Kosice European Capital of Culture. Towards a Creative City?.- The role of fashion for tourism: An analysis of Florence as a manufacturing fashion city and beyond.- Does recurrence matter? The impact of music festivals on local tourist competitiveness.- Enhancing the tourism image of Italian regions through urban events. The case of Steve McCurry's Sensational Umbria exhibition.- Rediscovering the "urban" in two Italian tourist coastal cities.- Part III City Tourism performance and urban wellbeing: Tensions, risks and potential trade-offs.- Venice reshaped? Tourist gentrification and sense of place.- Urban tourism development in Prague: From tourist mecca to tourist ghetto.- From Barcelona: The Pearl of the Mediterranean to Bye Bye Barcelona. Urban movement and tourism management in a Mediterranean city.- Green tourism: Attractions and initiatives of Polish Cittaslow cities.- Sports tourism, regeneration and social impacts: New opportunities and directions for research, the Case of Medulin, Croatia.- A "new normality" for residents and tourists: How can a disaster become a tourist resource?.- Urban tourism and city development: Notes for an integrated policy agenda.