Information for Authors

The 2022 EATSA Conference will be held in a hybrid format:
ONLINE (on Zoom) and OFFLINE (in Veszprém and Budapest, Hungary).

Please follow these guidelines to ensure your paper is reviewed.

Documents that are not prepared according to these formatting instructions will NOT be reviewed.

Call for papers

We are pleased to invite you to contribute to the 8th Annual Conference of EATSA (Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Association) organised in association with the National Multidisciplinary Laboratory for Climate Change. The conference is taking place in two cities of Hungary: Veszprém, the 2023 European Capital of Culture, and Budapest, the national capital, between 4-8 July 2022. The central theme of the conference is the Renaissance of Culture in Asia and Europe. The EATSA 2022 Conference offers a worldwide forum for attendees from academia and industry to actively exchange, share, and challenge ideas and research on travel and tourism hospitality and recreation.

 

The tourism industry has faced an unprecedented crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic that has affected significantly demand patterns, and forced destinations and industry representatives to rethink their operational practices and development plans. National and local cultures will play an important role in the reconstruction of tourism, both in the broadest sense as the cultural environment that determines collaboration, competition, development priorities and the definition of success, and in a narrower interpretation that focuses on cultural tourism, one of the major products in global tourism. The central theme of the conference, Renaissance of Culture in Asia and Europe, underlines the significance of understanding the complexity of cultural factors that influence every single aspect of tourism development, while highlights the unique role of cultural and heritage tourism in the post-Covid 19 era. The convergence of tourism and culture, and visitors’ increasing interest in cultural experiences create great opportunities, but also major challenges for the tourism sector.

 

The conference also features world class keynote speakers such as Shuji Kogi Secretary General of EU-Japan Fest Japan Committee, European Capital of Culture benefactor, Prof. Desmond Lee from CBS International Business School, Academic Programme Manager of International Tourism Management, Tourism Management expert, etc.

 

Full papers will be published in an online conference proceeding. There is also a possibility for publication in the EATSJ – Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Journal, an open access journal, to help promote researchers to publish their work. All papers will be double-blind peer reviewed.

THEME AND TOPICS

The main theme of the conference is

Renaissance of Culture in Asia and Europe

The specific topics of interest are listed below.

  • Cultural capitals
  • Cultural centres
  • Cultural tourism and heritage management
  • Cultural tourism, culinary culture, and legacy
  • Religious tourism as a means of fostering intercultural and interfaith dialogue, mutual understanding, and universal respects.
  • Religious tourism as a sustainability tool for community-led development
  • Community building effects of tourism
  • Equal opportunities
  • Ethics in tourism issues
  • Family, kid-friendly tourism
  • Interface connecting technology and humanity in tourism industries
  • Media and tourism
  • Technology’s role in tourism
  • Tourism in smart cities and on smart islands
  • Tourism promotion, communication, and tourism marketing
  • Social media and tourism
  • Cybersecurity and geopolitical interactions
  • Digital culture
  • Digital marketing and digital experience for cultural tourism development
  • Digital tourism
  • Creative industry
  • Economic, social and environmental sustainability in tourism
  • Experience economy and coastal development
  • Internationalization
  • Transport issues and tourism development in detached territories
  • Sustainable consumer behaviour in tourism
  • Sustainable tourism and the environment
  • Sustainable tourism development and protected areas management
  • Service, service quality and tourism management
  • Human resources management in tourism
  • Innovative destination marketing and management
  • Maritime tourism
  • Spa culture
  • Spa tourism, spa cities
  • Sports tourism and ecology

Submission Guidelines

Please follow these guidelines to ensure your paper is reviewed. Documents that are not prepared according to these formatting instructions will NOT be reviewed.

The abstracts and the paper must be submitted electronically and sent using the forms specific forms (abstract submission; paper submission).

Only full papers presented at the conference  will be published  in the EATSJ or in the Proceedings.

Nevertheless, EATSA does accept extended Abstracts. You can decide if you want to publish your full paper elsewhere. Just mention it by email at eatsa2020@eatsa-researches.org

  • Abstract (for the conference)

    • (250 words maximum)
    • Author’s goal
      To present the paper at
      EATSA 2022
    • Publishing option
      The paper may be published in the Conference Proceedings or it may be resubmitted for publication in the second issue of the EATSJ (in this case the author will be advised by senior academics during the Conference)

Abstract Submission for EATSA (Conference)
  • Full Paper (for the journal or the conference)

Full Paper Submission for EATSJ (Journal)

Important dates

November, 2021

Call for Papers

December, 2021

2nd Call for Papers

31 March 2022

End of Early Bird Registration

30 April 2022

Deadline for abstract submission

30 April 2022

Deadline for full paper submission

15 June 2022

Closing of registration

Fees

We have endeavoured to guarantee the highest quality standards at minimum cost. Hence, we took into consideration the suggestions received during the last conference;  that we needed to facilitate and encourage scholars from countries with a lower per capita gross domestic product. For EASTA 2022 conference and beyond, we have developed a more equitable conference fee structure, with a discount system based on the gross domestic product per capita (based on 2018 World Development Indicators published by the International Monetary Fund).

TYPE

EARLY

LATE

Regular participant

Full access to all talks, keynotes, 4 tracks and breakout sessions. Participation on preconf day, journal publication, submission, EATSA membership, transport from Veszprém to Budapest etc.

350 €

400 €

Student, PhD Candidate Participant

Full access to all talks, keynotes, 4 tracks and breakout sessions. Participation on preconf day, journal publication, submission, EATSA membership, transport from Veszprém to Budapest etc.

200 €

250 €

Student, PhD Candidate Participant
(without dinner)

Full access to all talks, keynotes, 4 tracks and breakout sessions. Participation on preconf day, journal publication, submission, EATSA membership, transport from Veszprém to Budapest etc.

180 €

230 €

Online

80 €

80 €

One day Visitor
(without dinner)

One day access (either in Veszprém or Budapest) to all talks & keynotes and 4 tracks, breakout sessions with Lunch. (It does not include EATSA membership, and EATSJ submission).

70 €

120 €

Two days Visitor
(without dinner)

Two days access (either in Veszprém or Budapest) to all talks & keynotes and 4 tracks, breakout sessions with Lunch. (It does not include EATSA membership, and EATSJ submission).

140 €

190 €

Accompanying person

Full access to lunches and dinners, breakout sessions and extra conference activities.

220 €

270 €

Tour

Balaton-Uplands

100 €

100 €

IMPORTANT: The registration form will apply automatically the discount after selecting your country. 

  • Group A - Discount on GDP pro capita (>35000$)

    Andorra | Aruba | Australia | Austria | Bahrain | Belgium | Bermuda | Brunei Darussalam | Canada | Cayman Islands (the) | Cyprus | Czechia | Denmark | Estonia | Faroe Islands (the) | Finland | France | Germany | Gibraltar | Greenland | Guam | Hong Kong | Iceland | Ireland | Isle of Man | Israel | Italy | Japan | Kuwait | Liechtenstein | Lithuania | Luxembourg | Macau | Malta | Monaco | Netherlands (the) | New Zealand | Norway | Oman | Puerto Rico | Qatar | Saint Martin (French part) | San Marino | Saudi Arabia | Singapore | Sint Maarten (Dutch part) | Slovenia | South Korea | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland | Taiwan | United Arab Emirates (the) | United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (the) | United States of America (the) | Virgin Islands (British) | Virgin Islands (U.S.) |

    0%
  • Group B - Discount on GDP pro capita (20000$-35000$)

    Antigua and Barbuda | Argentina | Bahamas (the) | Bulgaria | Chile | Croatia | Curaçao | Equatorial Guinea | Greece | Hungary | Iran | Kazakhstan | Korea (the Democratic People's Republic of) | Latvia | Libya | Malaysia | Mauritius | Montenegro | Panama | Poland | Portugal | Romania | Russian Federation (the) | Saint Kitts and Nevis | Seychelles | Slovakia | Trinidad and Tobago | Turkey | Turks and Caicos Islands (the) | Uruguay

    - 5%
  • Group C - Discount on GDP pro capita (10000$-20000$)

    Albania | Algeria | Armenia | Azerbaijan | Barbados | Belarus | Bhutan | Bosnia and Herzegovina | Botswana | Brazil | China | Colombia | Costa Rica | Dominica | Dominican Republic (the) | Ecuador | Egypt | Eswatini | Fiji | French Polynesia | Gabon | Georgia | Grenada | Indonesia | Iraq | Lebanon | Maldives | Mexico | Mongolia | Namibia | Nauru | New Caledonia | Northern Mariana Islands (the) | Palau | Paraguay | Peru | Republic of North Macedonia | Saint Lucia | Saint Vincent and the Grenadines | Serbia | South Africa | Sri Lanka | Suriname | Thailand | Tunisia | Turkmenistan

    -15%
  • Group D - Discount on GDP pro capita (5000$-10000$)

    Angola | Belize | Bolivia (Plurinational State of) | Cabo Verde | Congo (the) | El Salvador | Guatemala | Guyana | Honduras | India | Jamaica | Jordan | Lao People's Democratic Republic (the) | Moldova (the Republic of) | Morocco | Myanmar | Nicaragua | Nigeria | Pakistan | Palestine, State of | Philippines (the) | Samoa | Timor-Leste | Tonga | Ukraine | Uzbekistan | Viet Nam

    - 20%
  • Group E - Discount on GDP pro capita (< 5000$)

    Afghanistan | Bangladesh | Benin | Burkina Faso | Burundi | Cambodia | Cameroon | Central African Republic (the) | Chad | Comoros (the) | Congo (the Democratic Republic of the) | Côte d'Ivoire | Cuba | Djibouti | Eritrea | Ethiopia | Gambia (the) | Ghana | Guinea | Guinea-Bissau | Haiti | Kenya | Kiribati | Kyrgyzstan | Lesotho | Liberia | Madagascar | Malawi | Mali | Marshall Islands (the) | Mauritania | Micronesia (Federated States of) | Mozambique | Nepal | Niger (the) | Papua New Guinea | Rwanda | Sao Tome and Principe | Senegal | Sierra Leone | Solomon Islands | Somalia | South Sudan | Sudan (the) | Syrian Arab Republic | Tajikistan | Tanzania, United Republic of | Togo | Tuvalu | Uganda | Vanuatu | Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) | Yemen | Zambia | Zimbabwe

    - 30%

Journal

The aim of the EATSJ is to provide a platform to promote our junior European and Asian researchers. It is an Open Access Journal, whose key purpose, is to encourage Early Career Researchers (ECR), PhD and Masters Candidates to publish their research outcomes. It also provides an opportunity for ECRs to manage the editorial board, supported and mentored by our member advisory senior academics. We encourage all aspiring authors to submit their research work for consideration. Our capable editorial board will provide help and support to ease any publication challenges. In this way, our commitment is to assist a new generation of European and Asian tourism researchers to realise their publication potentials.