Cevat Tosun is Eisenhower Chair and Professor of Tourism Studies and Management at the Management Department of School of Business, The George Washington University. He has worked for eleven universities in six countries located in Asia, Europe, North America and Middle East. He served as senior business development consultant and key experts to top consulting companies in Europe in the context technical assistant projects funded by EU. He published numerous single and co-authored articles in top international tourism and hospitality journals. He is the most cited scholars in the area of community participation in the tourism development process according to a citation analysis conducted by an article published in Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism.
|Volume 43||Moderator||2022-08-13||Strategies for Developing Capacities of Destination Stakeholders / / This webinar aims at reflecting critical views on developing strategies for building capacities of destination stakeholders. Although destination stakeholders are considered one of [more ...]|