Business School Research

Category: Tourism Sport & Hotel Management

GBS Research Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management

Policy Baseline: Assessing the Carbon Footprint of Tourism in Queensland

Griffith Business School researchers are playing a key role in Queensland climate change policy modelling with the creation of an updated tourism carbon baseline that… Read More

Sustainable Tourism Indonesia – Integrating Communities, Culture and Environment

The fifth Australian Awards Indonesia (AAI) Short Course was completed in August by Griffith Institute for Tourism and 24 Indonesian tourism leaders, that has now… Read More

Commonwealth Games Research Symposium: Impacts and Insights

Griffith Business School researcher leaders came together to share insights and findings around the planning, communications and legacy impacts associated with the Commonwealth Games GC2018,… Read More

An examination of building defects in residential multi-owned properties

Over 2 million Australians live in residential multi-owned properties, i.e. units and townhouses, and the numbers are increasing each year. However, researchers have uncovered systemic… Read More

Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation into Tourism Sector Thailand

Professor Susanne Becken from the Griffith Institute for Tourism and Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management is renowned for her work researching… Read More

Defining Best Practice Gender Equality: Global Report Women in Tourism

In 2017 three countries in the Asia-Pacific were amongst the world’s top spenders on outbound tourism, China (1st), Australia (6th) and Korea (9th). For in-bound… Read More

Sustainable Tourism Indonesia: Australia Awards Short Course Three Completed

Tourism Short Courses with accelerated learning techniques combined with real engagement involving 18 Australian tourism experts are helping Indonesian tourism operators to develop sustainable business… Read More

An exploration of volunteers at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

With the Commonwealth Games about to begin in Queensland, Dr Liz Fredline has shared an interesting research project that is exploring the motives, expectations and… Read More