The role of entrepreneurship to accomplish sustainable tourism
This Research & Knowledge Exchange Doctoral Project brief summarises our priority areas of research interest under the heading of: The role of entrepreneurship to accomplish sustainable tourism.
We welcome all research degree applications aligned with and in response to this brief.
Project brief details
The objective of this research is to explore the role played by entrepreneurs in the development of a sustainable tourism industry.
We acknowledge that different research and researchers have different research skills. At the same time, it is understood that the final decision on the methodology to be employed may vary depending on the characteristics of the refined research proposal.
Indicative research areas may include:
- Exploration of the different enablers of innovation according to the characteristics of the entrepreneur.
- Analysis of the barriers to adopting and entrepreneurial perspective and the development of a sustainable tourism industry.
- Examination of the different outcomes (i.e., product-service, processes, organisational and marketing, etc.) achieved as a function of the entrepreneur's characteristics.
Projects deriving from this brief are expected to sit within the Research & Knowledge Exchange strategy and the following department.
|Cornwall Business School
All successful research degree project proposals must emphasise a clear alignment between the project idea and our Research & Knowledge Exchange strategy.
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To discuss this project brief, ideas or project proposal responding to this brief, please contact: Professor Seamus O'Brien or Dr Francisco Romera.