Prof. Dr. Dr. Alexis Papathanassis (BSc. MSc. PhD)

Studiengang

Bachelorstudiengang Cruise Tourism Management

Organisation

Institute Maritime Tourism / Cruise Research Society

Funktion

Dekan Fachbereich 2 - Management und Informationssysteme

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Etage

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An der Karlstadt 8,
D-27568 Bremerhaven,
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+49 173 613 25 65

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Sprechstunde / Office Hours: Montags / Mondays 11:30-13:00

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Publikationen von Prof. Dr. Dr. Alexis Papathanassis (BSc. MSc. PhD)

Forschungsgebiete

Bücher und Buchbieträge:

 

     

  • Papathanassis, A. (2020).  Reframing the Structural Causes of Overtourism: Open-source Mass Tourism and the Case for a Paradigm Shift in the Management of Holiday Supply Chains.  In J.A.Oskam (Ed.), The Overtourism Debate:  NIMBY, Nuisance, Commodification.  Bingley: Emerald Publishing.  11-25
  • Papathanassis, A. , Katsios, S. & Dinu, N.R. Eds (2018).  Yellow Tourism:  Crime and Corruption in the Holiday Sector. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag
  • Wittlinger, S.. & Papathanassis, A. (2018).  ‘Missing in (Cruise-) Action’: Exploring Missing Passenger Incidents on Board Cruise Ships.  In A.Papathanassis, S.Katsios & Dinu, N.R. (Eds), Yellow Tourism:  Crime and Corruption in the Holiday Sector.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.  19-27
  • Peters, L. & Papathanassis, A. (2018).  Security Perceptions of Tourists in the Aftermath of Terrorist Attacks.  In A.Papathanassis, S.Katsios & Dinu, N.R. (Eds), Yellow Tourism:  Crime and Corruption in the Holiday Sector.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.  83-98
  • Papathanassis, A. & Dinu, N.R. (2018).  The ‘Broken Marbles Theory’: Exploring Tourists’ Perceptions of Corruption and Their Impact on Travel Behaviour.  In A.Papathanassis, S.Katsios & Dinu, N.R. (Eds), Yellow Tourism:  Crime and Corruption in the Holiday Sector.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.  101-117
  • Boecker, S. & Papathanassis, A. (2018).  ‘Sunbed Wars’: A Holiday Nuisance and Its Impact on Holiday Satisfaction.  In A.Papathanassis, S.Katsios & Dinu, N.R. (Eds), Yellow Tourism:  Crime and Corruption in the Holiday Sector.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.  167-189
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  ‘Oceans Apart’: Bridging the Gap between Academic Research and Professional Practice in Cruise Tourism.  In R.Dowling & C.Weeden (Eds.), Cruise Ship Tourism, 2nd Edition, Oxfordschire: CABI Publishing.  145-158
  • Papathanassis, A. Ed (2016).  Cruise Business Development:  Safety, Product Design and Human Capital.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag
  • Papathanassis, A.  (2016). ‘Stranded at sea’: Exploring passengers’ reactions during incidents at sea.  In A.Papathanassis (Ed.), Cruise Business Development:  Safety, Product Design and Human Capital.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.  29-49
  • Mantel, L. & Papathanassis, A.  (2016). Cruise passengers’ willingness to pay for sustainable cruises.  In A.Papathanassis (Ed.), Cruise Business Development:  Safety, Product Design and Human Capital.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.  191-213
  • Papathanassis, A. , Breitner, M.H. & DeGroot, A. Eds (2014).  Cruise Tourism & Innovation:  Improving Passengers’ Experiences and Safety.  Berlin: Logos Verlag
  • Haahti, A. , Pekkala, S. , Lukovic, T., Bozic, K. & Papathanassis, A. (2013).  Nautical Tourism Market Suppliers in the Baltic and Arctic Regions.  In T.Lukovic (Ed.), Nautical Tourism. Oxford: CABI Publishing. 107-139
  • Klein, R. , Bozic, K , Dowling, R , Gibson, P. , Grzetic, Z. , Haahti, A. , Horak, S. , Lukovic, T. , Papathanassis, A. & Pekkala, S. (2013).  Opportunities for Market Development of Nautical Tourism in Europe.  In T.Lukovic (Ed.), Nautical Tourism. Oxford: CABI Publishing. 201-224
  • Papathanassis, A. , Lukovic, T. , Vogel, M. Eds (2012).  Cruise Tourism and Society:  A Socio-economic Perspective.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag
  • Papathanassis, A., Matuszewski, I. & Brejla, P. (2012). The ‘Cruise Ship railing Dance’:  Conducting Academic Research in the Cruise Domain.  In A.Papathanassis, T.Lukovic & M.Vogel (Eds.), Cruise Tourism and Society.  A Socio-economic Perspective. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.  173-192
  • Fahr, D. , Papathanassis, A. & Milde, C.P. (2012).  Ihr Kurs zur Kreuzfahrt-Karriere: Willkommen an Bord!  Norderstedt:  BoD Verlag
  • Vogel, M. , Papathanassis, A. & Wolber, B. Eds. (2012). The Business & Management of Ocean Cruises. London: CABI Publishing
  • Papathanassis, A. (2012).  Core Cruise Operator Processes & Systems (C.O.P.S):  Overview & Challenges.  In  M.Vogel, A.Papathanassis & B.Wolber (Eds), The Business & Management of Ocean Cruises. London: CABI Publishing. 77-89
  • Papathanassis, A. & Vogel M.  (2012). Cruise futures:  Trends, development & challenges.  In  M.Vogel, A.Papathanassis & B.Wolber (Eds), The Business & Management of Ocean Cruises. London: CABI Publishing. 253-263
  • Papathanassis, A. , Breitner, M. , Schoen, C. & Guhr, N. Eds (2011).  Cruise Management:  Information & Decision Support Systems.  Wiesbaden: Gabler
  • Gibson, P., Papathanassis, A. , Milde, P. Eds.(2011). Cruise Industry Challenges:  Making Progress in an Uncertain World. Wiesbaden: Gabler
  • Kollwitz, H. & Papathanassis, A. (2011) Evaluating cruise demand forecasting practices: A Delphi approach.  In P.Gibson, A.Papathanassis & P.Milde (Eds),   Cruise Industry Challenges:  Making Progress in an Uncertain World. Wiesbaden:  Gabler.  39-55
  • Cordesmeyer, M. & Papathanassis, A. (2011). Safety Perceptions in the Cruise Sector:  A Grounded Theory Approach.  In P.Gibson, A.Papathanassis & P.Milde (Eds),   Cruise Industry Challenges:  Making Progress in an Uncertain World. Wiesbaden:  Gabler. 127-146
  • Papathanassis, A. Ed. (2011).  The Long Tail of Tourism:  Holiday Niches and their Impact on Mainstream Tourism.  Wiesbaden:  Gabler
  • Papathanassis, A. (2011). The long tail of tourism. In A. Papathanassis (Ed.), The Long Tail of Tourism:  Holiday Niches and their Impact on Mainstream Tourism. Wiesbaden: Gabler. 1-6
  • Papathanassis, A. (2011). Revisiting the tourism long tail scenario. In A. Papathanassis (Ed.), The Long Tail of Tourism:  Holiday Niches and their Impact on Mainstream Tourism.  Wiesbaden: Gabler. 213-220
  • Papathanassis, A. Ed.  (2009). Cruise Sector Growth: Managing Emerging Markets, Human Resources, Processes and Systems. Wiesbaden: Gabler
  • Papathanassis, A. & Breitner, M. (2009). Online booking in the cruise sector:  Determinants of online trust & implications. In A. Papathanassis (Ed.), Cruise Sector Growth: Managing Emerging Markets, Human Resources, Processes and Systems. Wiesbaden: Gabler. 133-154
  • Papathanassis, A. (2008), TUI:  Integrating Destination Information. In R.Egger & D.Buhalis (Ed.), eTourism Case Studies:  Management & Marketing Issues in eTourism. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann. 153-163
  • Papathanassis, A. (2004), Post-Merger Integration and the Management of Information and Communication Systems. An analytical framework and its application in tourism. Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitätsverlag
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Wissentschaftl. Artikel:

 

     

  • Papathanassis, A. & Klein, R.A. (2020). The ‘liquid-modern’ cruise sector:  Growth, responsibility and the failure of moral relativism.  Tourism in Marine Environments, 15(2): 59-63 doi.org/10.3727/154427320X15833179029590
  • Winter, S. & Papathanassis, A. (2020).  Sexual harassment during tourism and cruise internships:  Exploring situational factors, causes and their implications.  Tourism in Marine Environments, 15(2): 85-94 doi.org/10.3727/154427320X15833223601611
  • Papathanassis, A. (2020).  Current issues in cruise tourism:  deconstructing the 6th International Cruise Conference.  Current issues in Tourism, 23;14, 1711-1717.  doi.org/10.1080/13683500.2019.1654984
  • Papathanassis, A. (2019).  The growth and development of the cruise sector: A perspective article.  Tourism Review, 75(1):130-135. doi.org/10.1108/TR-02-2019-0037
  • Papathanassis, A. (2019).  The impact of corruption on travelers’ perceptions and preferences. Tourism Review, 74(4): 795-814. doi.org/10.1108/TR-05-2018-0065
  • Chen, J.M. , Petrick, J.F. , Papathanassis, A. & Li, X. (2019).  A meta-analysis of the direct economic impacts of cruise tourism on port communities.  Tourism Management Perspectives, 31: 209-218
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  Over-Tourism and Anti-Tourism Sentiment:  An Exploratory Analysis and Discussion. Ovidius University Annals Economic Sciences Series, 17(2): 288-293
  • Papathanassis, A. Katsios, S. & Dinu, R.N. (2017). "Yellow Tourism" - Crime & Corruption in Tourism, Journal of Tourism Futures, 3(2): 200-202
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  R-Tourism:  Introducing the Potential Impact of Robotics and Service Automation in Tourism. Ovidius University Annals Economic Sciences Series, 17(1): 211-216
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  Cruise Tourism Management: State of the Art. Tourism Review, 72(1):  104-119
  • Papathanassis, A. (2016).  Combating Tourism-related Corruption: Effective Countermeasures Derived from Analysing Tourists’ Perceptions and Experiences. Ovidius University Annals Economic Sciences Series, 16(2): 248-255
  • Papathanassis, A. (2016).  Curing the ‘Beach Disease’:  Corruption and the Potential of Tourism-led Transformation for Developing Countries and Transitional Economies.  Ovidius University Annals Economic Sciences Series, 16(1): 75-80
  • Papathanassis, A. & Bunda, N.R. (2016).  Action Research for Sustainable Cruise Tourism Development: The Black Sea Region Case Study.  Tourism in Marine Environments, 11(2-3): 161-180
  • Papathanassis, A. & Klein, R. (2015).  “Long-Tail” or “Fairy Tale”:  The Case for Scientific Publishing in Cruise Tourism.  Tourism in Marine Environments, Special Issue 10 (3–4): 144-149
  • Papathanassis, A. & Dias, F. (2014).  “Freeing the Lions”:  Tourism Research in a Changing World.  European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality & Recreation. Special Issue: 03-16
  • Papathanassis, A. (2014). Cruise Sector & ‘Glocal’ Corporate Citizenship: The 5th International Cruise Conference, Bremerhaven, Germany 24-26 January 2014. International Journal of Tourism Research, 16(4): 415-416 (DOI: 10.1002/jtr.2006)
  • Papathanassis, A., Matuszewski, I. & Havekost, K. (2013). 'Short of a Picnic?': Reconsidering sandwich-programmes in cruise education, Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education, 13: 47-59
  • Papathanassis, A. (2012). Guest-to-guest interaction on board cruise ships: Exploring social dynamics and the role of situational factors, Tourism Management, 33(5):1148-1158
  • Papathanassis, A. & Brejla, P. (2012).  Travel agency extranet acceptance: The role of content, usability and appearance, Journal of Information Technology & Tourism.  13(2): 105-117
  • Sohns, K. , Breitner, M. & Papathanassis, A. (2011).  Online Content Mining Technologies for the Cruise Industry: State-of-the-Art and Acceptance, European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality & Recreation. 2(3):  55-77
  • Papathanassis, A. (2011). The cruise industry: the other side of growth, the third international cruise conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia 16 - 18 May 2011, International Journal of Tourism Research, 13(5): 508-510
  • Papathanassis, A & Beckmann, I. (2011). Assessing the ‘poverty of cruise theory’ hypothesis, Annals of Tourism Research, 38(1): 153-174
  • Papathanassis, A. &, Knolle, F. (2011). Exploring the adoption and processing of online holiday reviews: A grounded theory approach. Tourism Management, 32: 215–224
  • Gibson, P. & Papathanassis, A. (2010). The Cruise Industry – emerging issues, problems and solutions: The 2nd International Cruise Conference, International Journal of Tourism Research, 12: 405-407
  • Papathanassis, A. & Papathanassis, A. (2009). Konferenzbericht:  Die Revolution der Informations- & Kommunikationstechnologien und daraus resultierte Entwicklungen im Tourismus, in der Reiseindustrie, sowie in der Hotelbranche - 7. E-Touristik Zukunftsforum, Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft. 1(2): 199-202
  • Gibson, P. & Papathanassis, A. (2009). Cruise Sector Futures - Exploring growth-related opportunities & challenges:  The 1st International Cruise Conference, Journal of Tourism Consumption & Practice. 1(1): 113-117
  • Papathanassis, A & Gibson, P. (2009). Cruise Sector Futures:  Exploring growth-related opportunities & challenges. International Journal of Tourism Research, 11(1): 105-106
  • Papathanassis, A. & Buhalis, D. (2007). Exploring the Information & Communication Technologies Revolution and Visioning the Future of Tourism, Travel and Hospitality Industries, International Journal of Tourism Research. 9(5): 385-387
  • Papathanassis, A. (2007). Online auf See mit Kreuzfahrt 2.0, An Bord, (1): 62-64
  • Papathanassis, A. (2006). Überleben und Erfolg in der Kreuzfahrtbranche:  Einführung von Innovationen, An Bord. (5): 68-69
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Konferenzbeiträge:

 

     

  • Papathanassis, A. (2019).  The Business Cycle in the Cruise Industry: A Short Cruise across the Blue Ocean, presented in the International Cruise Summit 2019 (Madrid, Spain).  November 28th. Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisebuscycle.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2019).  (Mis)Understanding Overtourism and the Cruise Business:  The Zen of Cruise Management presented in the Handelsblatt Kreuzfahrtkongress 2019 (Hamburg, Germany).  November 18th. Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisezen.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2019).  (Mis)Understanding Overtourism and the Cruise Business:  ‘Open Source Tourism’ and the ‘Mozilla Firefox Haircut’, presented in the1st Business Deck Hamburg Cruise Days (Hamburg, Germany). September 13th.  Online: www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/overcruise.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2018).  Cruise Tourism DNA:  Making Sense of Current Developments and Challenges, presented in the 70. Sitzung der Konferenz Tourismus beim Deutschen Städtetag, (Bremerhaven, Germany).  September 19th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruiseDNA.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  Awaiting the Barbarians: A Critical Discussion on Overtourism, presented in the Global Economy Under Crisis (GEUC) Conference, (Constanta, Romania).  December 14th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/tourbarbarians.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  A ‘Bathtub Model of Over-Tourism:  Exploring Causes, Challenges and Solutions, presented in the 25th World Travel Monitor Forum (Pisa, Italy).  November 10th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/overtourism.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  Kreuzfahrtschiffe und der Zukunft:  Großer und Smarter, presented in the Deutsche Schiffartsmuseum Weltschifffahrtstag 2017 (Bremerhaven, Germany).  September 28th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/kreuzfartschiffez.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  R-Tourism: Exploring the Drivers and Impacts of Robotics and Service Automation in Tourism, presented in the 14th Present Issues of Global Economy (PIGE) Conference, (Constanta, Romania).  June 9th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/rtourism.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  Cruise 4.0: A ‘Hands-On’ View on Current Trends and the Future, presented in the 8th Rittal Branchentag Schiff & See (Hamburg, Germany).  May 9th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruise40.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2017).  ‘Corruption Spice’: An Exploration of Corruption-related Perceptions of Holiday-Makers and their Impact on Travel Behaviour, presented in the 1st Yellow Tourism Conference (Corfu, Greece).  April 28th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/corruptionspice.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2016).  Tourism Development:  Understanding and Effectively Managing Corruption, presented in the Corruption, Democracy and Development Congress, (Constanta, Romania).  December 8th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/tourcorruption.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2016).  The ‘Augeas Stable’ Challenge: Combating Tourism-related Corruption, presented in the Global Economy Under Crisis (GEUC) Conference, (Constanta, Romania).  December 8th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/augeasstable.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2016).  Cruise Market: Vision Today and Future Perspectives, presented in the Agents Association (AGEPOR) IX Congress 2016 (Oporto, PT).  October 9th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisemarketvision.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2016).  ‘High Hopes & High Seas’: The Role and Impact of Cruise Tourism in Destination Development, presented in the International Tourism Studies Association (ITSA) Biennial Conference 2016 (Greenwich, UK).  August 19th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/highhopes.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2016).  ‘The Tourism Minotaur’: Addressing Key Destination Policy and Strategy Challenges, presented in the 6th CruiseT TEMPUS Workshop (Constanta, Romania).  June 13th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/tourismminotaur.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2016).  ‘Oysters and The Beach Disease’: A Critical Discussion on Tourism-Induced Economic Growth, presented in the 13th Present Issues of Global Economy (PIGE) Conference, (Constanta, Romania).  June 3rd. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/tourismoyster.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2015).  Kreuzfahrttourismus:  Ein Blick hinter die Kulissen?
  • Wachstumsdynamik, Verantwortung und Ethik, presented in the Bremerhavener Service Club Symposium (Bremerhaven, Germany).  November 18th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisescenes.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2015).  ‘The Poet and the Warrior’: Crisis Management, Reputation and Image in Tourism, presented in the 5th CruiseT TEMPUS Workshop (Kherson, Ukraine).  September 9th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/crisisman.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2015).  F&B vs. Culinary Experience Management:  The Example of the Cruise Sector and Implications for Destination Product Development, presented in the 4th CruiseT TEMPUS Workshop (Odessa, Ukraine).  July 21st. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisefood.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2015).  ‘The Tourism Knot’ Hypothesis: Tourism Income and Economic Development, presented in the 4th CruiseT TEMPUS Workshop (Batumi, Georgia & Odessa, Ukraine).  July 16th and 20th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/tourismknot.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2015).  ‘Putting a Smile on the Parrot’s Face:  An Exploration of the All-Inclusive Debate, presented in the Conference for Sustainable Tourism & Development in the European Union, Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence – National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, (Kos, Greece).  May 2nd   Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/parrotsmile.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2015).  ‘All at Sea’:  e-Cruising Transformation & Implications, presented in the Conference for Sustainable Tourism & Development in the European Union, Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence – National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, (Kos, Greece).  May 1st   Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/allatsea.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2015).  ‘Herding Cats’: Emerging, Guest-Centric Destination Development, presented in the 3rd CruiseT TEMPUS Workshop (Varna, Bulgaria).  April 21st. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/catsdest.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2015).  The ‘Holiday Cartels’: Concentration in Tourism & Implications for the Destinations, presented in the Workshop for Sustainable Tourism & Development in the European Union, Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence – National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, (Athens, Greece).  March 26th.  Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/holidaycartels.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2015).  Grounded Theory ‘Reloaded’: Bridging the Gap between Research Philosophy and Method, presented in the Research Methodology Workshop, Utrecht University (Utrecht, Netherlands).  February 26th.  Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/gtreloaded.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2014).  Die Kreuzfahrtbranche und Zukunftsperspektiven:  Warum ist Wachstum eine Phase und kein dauerhafter Zustand?, presented in the Bremen Maritime Week, Bremer Touristik-Zentrale (Bremen, Germany).  September 23rd.  Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisephase.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2014).  Cruise Destination Development:   “A Dwarf Challenging Giants” - The Case of Bremerhaven, presented in the Maritime Tourism Summer School, University of the Aegean (Rhodes, Greece).  September 3rd.  Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisebremerhaven.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2014).  ‘Cruise Tourism Mechanics’:  Understanding the industry’s Dynamics & Current Structures, presented in the Maritime Tourism Summer School, University of the Aegean (Rhodes, Greece).  September  1st.  Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisemechanics.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2014).  The ‘Odessa Chandelier’:  Black Sea Cruise Destination Management, presented in the 2nd CruiseT TEMPUS Workshop (Bremerhaven, Germany).  June 17th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/BlackseaDMO.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2014).  ‘Freestyle Sirens’: Reviewing a Decade of Cruise Research, presented in the 2nd ICTR Conference (Poznan, Poland).  May 19th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/freestylesirens.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2014).  ‘Stranded at Sea’: Exploring Passenger Reactions during Accidents at Sea, presented in the 5th International Cruise Conference (Bremerhaven, Germany).  January 25th. Online: www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/stranded.pdf
  • Mantel, L & Papathanassis, A. (2014).  Cruise Passengers Willingness to Pay for Sustainable Cruises: An Empirical Research Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour, presented in the 5th International Cruise Conference (Bremerhaven, Germany).  January 25th. Online: www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/greenwtp.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2014).  ‘Kann man aus Silber Gold machen?’:  Kreuzfahrt und der Demografischer Wandel, presented in the Sonderausstellung der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft zum Wissenschaftsjahr 2013 (Bremerhaven, Germany).  January 5th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/silbergold.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2013).  The ‘Cruise-Gate’ Analogy:  Rethinking the Value of Port Alliances and Meeting Future Challenges, presented in the fachforum*  Kreuzfahrttourismus in Schleswig-Holstein (Kiel, Germany).  November 28th. Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisegate.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2013).  Research-Based Learning: An Opportunity for Academic ‘Para-olympics’, presented in the GUUGLE Forum (Bremerhaven, Germany).  November 12th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/rebl.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2013).  Podiumsdiskussion Elevator Pitch „Ausbildung – Schwerpunkte und Stärken“, discussion panelist in the Handelsblatt Kreuzfahrtkongress 2013 (Hamburg, Germany).  November 5th. Online:  www.managementforum.com/Veranstaltungen/Kreuzfahrt/index.php
  • Papathanassis, A. (2013).  Cruise Executive Panel, moderated during the ITB Berlin Kongress 2012 (Berlin, Germany).  March 6th. Online:  www.itb-kongress.de/DerITBBerlinKongress/KongressTV/ITBFutureDay.html
  • Papathanassis, A. (2013).  The ‘Cruise Cake-Cherry Dilemma’:  Cruise Development and Tourism Destinations, presented in the TEE Workshop 2013 (Corfu, Greece).  February 19th. Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisecake.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2012).  Managing ‘Cruise Leaks’:  Navigating through a Sea of Information, presented in the Handelsblatt Kreuzfahrtkongress 2011 (Hamburg, Germany).  November 22nd. Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruiseleaks.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2012).  Cruise Sector as a Global Tourism Player:  ‘Mass Class’ under the ‘Magnifying Glass’, presented in the ICTR Conference (Peniche, Portugal).  November 7th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisemass.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2012).  The ‘Cruise Apple’: Cruise Travel – Which Challenges lie Ahead?, presented in the 20th World Travel Monitor Forum (Pisa, Italy).  October 31st. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruiseapple.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2012).  An Eye on Cruises:  Cruise Market Overview 2012, presented in the Maritime Tourism & Island Development Conference 2012, Aegean University (Chios, Greece). September 13th. Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruiseeye.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2012).  The Daedalos Principle of Innovation Management, presented in the DASTA Conference 2012, Ionian University (Corfu, Greece).  July 12th. Online:  www.papathanassis.coms/dlfiles/daedalos.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2012).  Cruise Executive Panel, moderated during the ITB Berlin Kongress 2012 (Berlin, Germany).  March 7th. Online:  www.itb-kongress.de/DerITBBerlinKongress/KongressTV/KongressTV_195142.html
  • Papathanassis, A. , Matuszewski, I. & Havekost, K.  (2012). ‘Short of a Picnic’:  Reconsidering Sandwich Programmes in Cruise Education, presented in the 4th International Cruise Conference, Stenden University (Leeuwarden, Netherlands). May 22nd.  Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruiseinterns.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2011).  The Globalisation at Sea:  Cruise Sector Growth and its Externalities presented in the Handelsblatt Kreuzfahrtkongress 2011 (Hamburg, Germany).  November 10th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruiseglobal.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2011).  ‘The Weeping Philosopher’:  How Sustainable is the Global Cruise Market, presented in the 19th World Travel Monitor Forum (Pisa, Italy).  November 3rd. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/philosopher.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2011).  ‘Income Lighthouses at Sea’: The Potential of Cruise Tourism for German Destinations, presented in the fachforum*  Kreuzfahrttourismus in Schleswig-Holstein (Kiel, Germany).  September 9th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cdlighthouse.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. , Matuszewski, I. & Brejla, P.  (2011). The ‘Cruise Ship Railing Dance’:  Conducting academic research in the cruise domain, presented in the 3rd International Cruise Conference, University of Dubrovnik (Dubrovnik, Croatia). May 17th.  Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisacares.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2011). The ‘Sauna Mafia’ and the ‘Pyjama Raiders’:   Exploring the dynamics of guest to guest interaction on board cruise ships, presented in the 3rd International Cruise Conference, University of Dubrovnik (Dubrovnik, Croatia). May 17th.  Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruiseg2g.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2011).  Cruise Destination Management:   The ‘Growth Cruise to Ithaca’, presented in the FVW Workshop (Rhodes, Greece).  April 30th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cdmithaca.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2011).  Farming Icebergs:  Cruise Destination Marketing in the Northern Atlantic, presented in the Cruise Gateway Opening Conference (Hamburg, Germany).  February 17th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisedest.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2010).  Kreuzfahrt: Rendite oder Hype?, presented in the FVW Kongress – Cruise Sales Day (Cologne, Germany).  September 15th. Online:   http://www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisemidas.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2010). Cruise Research or Researcher Cruising?, presented in the 2nd International Cruise Conference, University of Plymouth (Plymouth, UK). February 18th.  Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/CruisePov.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2010).  Podiumsdiskussion: Marktchancen 2010 - Transport und Immobilien, at the Lloyd Jahresauftakt 2010 (Hamburg, Germany). January 29th.   Online: www.lloydfonds.de/veranstaltungen.php
  • Papathanassis, A. (2008). Cruise Sector Growth & Destination Development:  Development for cruising vs. Development through cruising, presented in the Meeresnutzung im Jahr 2025:  Wirtschaftliche Chancen für Cuxhaven. Industrie- und Handelskammer Stade (Cuxhaven, Germany). November 14th.  Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/IHKCruiseDest.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. & Breitner, M.H. (2008). Booking cruises online:  An issue of trust?, presented in the 1st International Cruise Conference, Bremerhaven University of Applied Science (Bremerhaven, Germany). September 27th.  Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/cruisetrust.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2008). Managing Systems Integration in Tourism:  Exploring the Maintenance & Investment Traps. Presented in the 7th E-Tourism Futures Forum. University of Bournemouth (Bournemouth, UK). April 10th. Online:  www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/7eTFSITraps.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2007). Online Trust:  Survival in the E-Tourism Battlefield. Presented in Online Trust: Vertrauen in digitalen Geschaeftsbeziehungen, University of Hanover (Leibnizhaus, Hanover, Germany). April 26th. Online: www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/onlinetrust-papathanassis.pdf
  • Papathanassis, A. (2007). Strategic Systems Integration.  Presented in the 6th E-Tourism Futures Forum. University of Surrey (Guildford, UK). March 26th.  Online: www.papathanassis.com/dlfiles/SystemIntegration.pdf
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