Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2007: Proceedings of the International Conference in Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2007

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Marianna Sigala, Luisa Mich, Jamie Murphy
Springer Vienna, Jan 18, 2007 - Business & Economics - 556 pages
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The 14th ENTER Conference had the theme "Connecting Destinations: New Technologies, New Thinking, New Solutions." This focus reflects efforts to gather cutting-edge academic research and industry applications to address the challenges of ICT advances fostering a globally networked and connected village. The diverse studies including theoretical, empirical, experimental, case studies and policy, all address a myriad of topics, themes, disciplines and approaches, thereby ensuring that any reader will find several studies of interest to them. This year’s proceedings are comprised of 50 research papers that have been double – blind peer reviewed by at three reviewers and represent the global corpus of state-of-the art ICT Travel and Tourism research.

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About the author (2007)

On three continents and for over twenty years, Jamie Murphy has taught business and communication courses. In addition to his teaching experience, he has a broad marketing communications background, having served as a consultant or marketing director for US, French, Swiss, Australian and Canadian corporations. In the last five years, he has concentrated on new technologies, especially the Internet. He has authored or co-authored dozens of articles for academic journals, conferences, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Murphy earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Florida, an MBA from Michigan State University, a masters in marketing communication and a Ph.D. in communication from Florida State University.

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