Journal of Spatial and Organizational Dynamics
The Journal of Tourism, Sustainability and Well-Being terminates 2022 with an issue composed of five articles, mainly addressing the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. The first article is theoretical and proposes a model of shared responsibilities involving the different stakeholders in a cultural destination to overcome a crisis, such as the global Covid-19 pandemic. The second article focus on the hospitality industry and how the tourism and hotel industry can contribute to eco-friendly financial reporting practices. The study includes companies before and during the Covid-19 pandemic. The third article focuses on the effects of tourism on residents’ well-being in a destination, including their quality of life, happiness and life satisfaction. The most important contribution of this study is that it considers the potential moderating effect of the risk associated with the Covid-19 pandemic on the studied relationships. Both the fourth and fifth articles approach the tourists’ perspective. The fourth article is dedicated to the impact of social media and emotions on tourists’ sustainable behaviours when visiting rural destinations. The last article is a contribution to the smart tourism field. This study explores the niche market of senior tourists and the role of information and communication technologies in their travel planning.