Social relationships in tourism business during the COVID-19 pandemic
This is keynote lecture presented by
is an associate professor, the head of the Department of Management Theory at the University of Economics in Katowice in Poland. She specializes in inter-organizational relationships, in particular cooperation and coopetition. Her research focuses on issues related to the tourism sector. An important element of her scientific interests is also the methodology of qualitative research and the use of Social Network Analysis in empirical research.
She is the author of about 90 scientific publications, including two her own monographs and several papers published in highly ranked journals indexed on the Academic Journal Guide (AJG) 2021 list (e.g. Tourism Management, Industrial Marketing Management, Journal of Travel Research, Annals of Tourism Research, Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, and Current Issues in Tourism). Winner of national and international awards for scientific work, including award of the Committee of the Regions of the European Union for a doctoral thesis defended in 2010, a scholarship of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for outstanding young scientists (2016 edition) and the Award of the Minister of Education and Science for significant achievements in scientific activity (2022 edition).
Since May 2021, she has been an associate editor in the journal Annals of Tourism Research. She is the head and member of Polish and international research teams, as well as a member of the European Academy of Management (EURAM), the Polish Economic Society and the research community CENA – Coopetition, Ecosystems, Networks and Alliances.
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Friday, November 18, 2022