Carlisle, S., Ivanov, S., Dijkmans, C., Marco, B. (2021) Environmental skills gaps in tourism and hospitality organisations: Evidence from Europe. Tourism: An Interdisciplinary Journal.
Carlisle, S., Zaki, K., Ahmed, M., Dixey, L., McLoughlin, E. (2021) The Imperative to address sustainability skills gaps in Wales. Sustainability Journal. 13(3), 1161.
Carlisle, S.; Ivanov, S. Dijkmans, C. (2021) The digital skills gaps of tourism and hospitality employees: Evidence from a European Survey. Tourism Futures Journal. Emerald Publishing Limited, ISSN 2055-5911.
Carlisle, S. and Ritchie, C. (2021) Permission to Rebel: A Critical Evaluation of Alcohol Consumption and Party Tourism. International Journal of Sociology and Leisure. (Special Issue) 4, pp. 25–44.
Espeso, P. and Carlisle, S. (2017) Collaborative action research with indigenous communities: A case study of the Lacandon of Chiapas, Mexico. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. Vol. 24, Issue 8-9.
Carlisle, S., Kunc, M. and Johansen, A. (2016) Strategic Foresight for (Coastal) Urban Tourism Market Complexity: The case of Bournemouth. Tourism Management, 54, issue C, pp. 81-95.
Carlisle, S. Kunc, M. Jones, E. Tiffin, S. (2013) Supporting innovation for tourism development through multi-stakeholder approaches: Experiences from Africa. Tourism Management, Vol. 35 pp. 59-69.
Carlisle, S. And Jones, E. (2012) The Beach Enclave: A Landscape of Power. Tourism Management Perspectives, 1, pp. 9-16.
Carlisle, S (2010) “Marginalization in a Beach Enclave Resort: Case Study of The Gambia” Cole, S and Morgan N. (Eds) Tourism and Social Inequality. CABI Publishing
Carlisle, S. (2007) Reshaping International Tourism Structures: Local Capacity to Influence? Atlas Africa Conference Proceedings from Annual Conference on Tourism and Wealth Creation in Africa, Kampala , Uganda.
Bah, A., Carlisle, S, Sallah, H. and S.T. Nyang (2004) Costs and Benefits of Tourism in The Gambia. Action Aid Published Report.
Carlisle, S. (1998) “A Religious Town in Rock: An analysis of impacts of tourism at Lalibella, Ethiopia.” in Shackley, M (ed.) Visitor Management at World Heritage Sites. Butterworth Heinemann.