Sustainable Luxury in Tourism and Hospitality: Contemporary Principles and Evolving Practices
The purpose of this edited book is to provide a comprehensive exploration of the concept of sustainable luxury in the context of tourism and hospitality. By addressing the conceptual tensions, changing meanings of luxury, and the lack of research on sustainable luxury in service consumption, specifically in tourism and hospitality, this book aims to fill existing knowledge gaps and offer practical insights for the industry. The book will serve as a valuable resource for industry professionals, academics, researchers, students, and policymakers seeking new paradigms and theoretical lenses, as well as practical insights and solutions to integrate sustainability into luxury tourism and hospitality consumption and, ultimately, how to use luxury as a catalyst for sustainability transitions.
The deadline for the EOI chapter abstract (200-300 words) has been extended from 11th August to
1st September 2023. This book is proposed for Channel View Publications under the series title, “Aspects of Tourism”, with publication anticipated for the last quarter of 2024. If the abstract is accepted, a full manuscript will be due at the beginning of April 2024.
Please find link below for more details on the aim, scope, rationale, and proposed structure of the book.
Dr Anita Manfreda, Torrens University Australia
Dr Frans Melissen, Breda University of Applied Sciences
Dr Catheryn Khoo, Torrens University Australia