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The Journal of Tourism Resilience (JTR) is the leading journal of scholarship, policy, and practices in tourism resilience. Established in 2022 and influenced by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global tourism trade, JTR seeks to explore, analyze, understand and promote philosophies, theories, experiences, empirical data, best practices, dialogue, conceptualizations, operationalizations, strategic frameworks, thought leadership, policy solutions, technological innovations and lessons learned regarding tourism resilience for global sustainability.
The JTR is a peer-reviewed journal that aims to be among the most globally recognized, respected, and reputable scholarly and technical journals examining and solving real-world problems that threaten the global tourism and travel industry. JTR covers all areas of the tourism value-chain and those areas, issues, subjects, s and other stakeholders that are directly and indirectly connected to this value-chain.
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