The Conference

Renaissance of Culture in Asia and Europe


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.

EATSJ Sessions
Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Journal (Open Access Journal) round tables

Tourism Café Lab
it is a dialogue space to share new ideas and increase collaboration and the exchanges between members



Dr. Beáta Fehérvölgyi
University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Katalin Lőrincz
    University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Eszter Madarász
University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Ildikó Virág Neumanné
University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Zsófia Papp
    University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Ágnes Nóra Raffay – Danyi
University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Ágnes Rostási
University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Judit Márta Sulyok
University of Pannonia, Hungary


Dr. Enrico Panai
University of Sassari, Italy

Dr. Kevser Çinar
Necmettin Erbakan University, Turkey

Dr. Eunice Ramos Lopes
Instituto Politécnico de Tomar, Portugal

Dr. Che-Jen Su
Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan

Dr. Francisco Dias
Leiria Poly Institute, Portugal

Dr. Yanki Hartijasti
Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia

Prof. UPP dr. hab. Joanna Kosmaczewska
Poznan University of Life Sciences, Poland

Dr. Anne-Marie Lebrun
Bourgogne University, France

Dr. Madhuri Sawant
Marathwada University, India

Dr. Ali Afshar
IHE Eqbal Lahoori, Iran

Dr. Prof. Shunsaku Hashimoto
Ryukyus University Japan

Dr. Simon Teoh
Murdoch University Australia


Dr. Petra Gyurácz-Németh
University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Tamara Rátz
Kodolányi János University, Hungary

Kitti Hiezl
University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Flórián Strack
University of Pannonia, Hungary

Dr. Csilla Raffai
University of Pannonia, Hungary



The EATSA – Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Association is committed to the best practices in Tourism and Hospitality research. This is, to ensure high standards of international cooperation, with the aim to bolster the scientific knowledge in Tourism and Hospitality research.

The members of EATSA should agree to conduct their research, according to the same standards of research integrity, while respecting the laws and sovereignty of the States of all participating parties. In funded international projects, the promotion of good practice and the handling of any potential cases of misconduct, as recommended by the coordinating committee of the OECD Global Science Forum, should be followed.

The EATSA aims to:

  • Promote research and education in the field of tourism, hospitality and recreation in Asia and Europe, with special focus on the comparative international studies.
  • Promote the dialogue among scholars of all scientific disciplines engaged in the tourism studies, in order to move from the current multi-disciplinary approach to a more integrated and trans-disciplinary approach.
  • Foster closer connections between tourism academia and tourism industry
  • Encourage the exchange of research results, practical experience, and ideas by organising conferences, meetings and developing research networks among members and institutions.
  • Promote a more intensive cooperation between European and Asian scholars in the fields of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation.
  • Disseminate research results through various channels.


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