Bailey Ashton Adie
Bailey Ashton Adie
Postdoctoral Researcher, Geography Research Unit, University of Oulu, Finland
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Who visits World Heritage? A comparative analysis of three cultural sites
BA Adie, CM Hall
Journal of Heritage Tourism 12 (1), 67-80, 2017
Overtourism as a perceived threat to cultural heritage in Europe
BA Adie, M Falk, M Savioli
Current Issues in Tourism 23 (14), 1737-1741, 2020
Franchising our heritage: The UNESCO world heritage brand
BA Adie
Tourism Management Perspectives 24, 48-53, 2017
World Heritage as a placebo brand: A comparative analysis of three sites and marketing implications
BA Adie, CM Hall, G Prayag
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 26 (3), 399-415, 2018
One visitor too many: Assessing the degree of overtourism in established European urban destinations
A Amore, M Falk, BA Adie
International Journal of Tourism Cities 6 (1), 117-137, 2020
Place attachment and post-disaster decision-making in a second home context: A conceptual framework
BA Adie
Current Issues in Tourism 23 (10), 1205-1215, 2020
World Heritage and tourism: Marketing and management
BA Adie
Routledge, 2019
Just because it seems impossible, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t at least try: The need for longitudinal perspectives on tourism partnerships and the SDGs
BA Adie, A Amore, CM Hall
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 30 (10), 2282-2297, 2022
Residents’ perception of cultural heritage in terms of job creation and overtourism in Europe
BA Adie, M Falk
Tourism Economics 27 (6), 1185-1201, 2021
Transnational World Heritage,(meta) governance and implications for tourism: An Italian case
BA Adie, A Amore
Annals of Tourism Research 80, 102844, 2020
‘Oh my god what is happening?’: historic second home communities and post-disaster nostalgia
BA Adie, C de Bernardi
Journal of Heritage Tourism 18 (3), 337-348, 2023
From Aspirations to Applications: The SDGs and the Role of Indicators in the Measurement of Sustainable Tourism
K Glyptou, A Amore, BA Adie
Planning and Managing Sustainability in Tourism, 13-25, 2022
Global importance, local problems: Degrowth in Italian World Heritage destinations
A Amore, BA Adie
Degrowth and Tourism, 85-99, 2020
Marketing Europe to Islamic heritage tourists
BA Adie
The Routledge handbook of halal hospitality and Islamic tourism, 157-168, 2019
Urban tourism and urban socialist and communist heritage: beyond tragedy and farce?
BA Adie, A Amore, CM Hall
International Journal of Tourism Cities 3 (3), 291-304, 2017
Reframing rurality: The impact of Airbnb on second home communities in Wales and Sweden
BA Adie, C de Bernardi, A Amore
Peer-to-peer Accommodation and Community Resilience: Implications for …, 2022
Natural heritage tourism: does co-creation matter?
BA Adie, B Taheri, M Gannon
Journal of Ecotourism 22 (1), 144-163, 2023
Urban Renewal, Cultural Tourism, and Community Development: 213Sharia principles in a non-Islamic state
BA Adie
The Routledge Handbook of halal hospitality and Islamic tourism, 213-223, 2019
11 Should I Stay or Should I Go?: Hurricane Sandy and second home tourism on Fire Island, New York
BA Adie
Tourism, Cyclones, Hurricanes and Flooding 99, 2024
Second Homes and Climate Change
BA Adie, CM Hall
Routledge, 2023
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