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Dr Emmet McLoughlin

Emmet McLoughlin

Lecturer in Tourism and Events Management

Department: Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management
Telephone No: Ext: 6814
Email: emcloughlin@cardiffmet.ac.uk






Research

I am a member of the Welsh Centre for Tourism Research (WCTR) where my research interests include data driven approaches to sustainability, indicators of sustainability and sustainable planning for tourism and events. My current research is focused around, data driven approaches to both event management and hospitality housekeeping, AI and robotics in hospitality and tourism and place based sustainable development and regeneration in Wales.

Memberships

Mobilities Research Group (MRG)

Wild Atlantic Way Research Group (WAWRG)

Centre for Research in Social Professions (CRISP)

Welsh Centre for Tourism Research (WCTR)

International Eco-Tourism Club

Association of North American Higher Education International


Editorial Boards

Journal of Travel, Tourism and Recreation

Journal of Arab and Muslim Service, Tourism and Hospitality Research

International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management


Academic Reviewer

Tourism Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Journal (Cognizant Communication)

Tourism Management (Elsevier)

Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research (Sage)

Sustainability (MDPI)

Tourism Review (Emerald)

Journal of Sustainable Tourism (Taylor and Francis)

Publications

Book Chapters

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J. (2017) 'Measuring the Economic Impact of Brexit through Evidence Based Planning for Tourism'. In Hanrahan. J (2017), ed. Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland: Entrepreneurs Driving Tourism and Hospitality, 29-41

Peer reviewed academic journals

McLoughlin, E; Hanrahan, J, Duddy, A (2020) "Application of the European Tourism Indicator System (ETIS) for Sustainable Destination Management. Lessons from County Clare, Ireland". International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research (In Press: Earlycite)

Maguire, K and McLoughlin, E (2020) "An Evidence Informed Approach to Planning for Event Management in Ireland". Journal of Place Management and Development, Vol. 13(1), 47-72

Reis, J and McLoughlin, E (2019) "Which Way Now? Comparison of Marine Codes of Conduct for Sustainable Marine Wildlife Tourism in West Wales". Journal on Tourism & Sustainability, vol. 3(1), 49-61

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2019) "Local Authority Sustainable Planning for Tourism, Lessons from Ireland". Tourism Review, vol.74 (3), 327-348

McLoughlin, E., Hanrahan, J, Duddy, A, and Duffy, S (2018) "European Tourism Indicator System for Sustainable Destination Management in County Donegal Ireland". European Journal of Tourism Research, Vol 20, 78-91

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J. (2016) Local Authority Tourism Planning in Ireland: An Environmental Perspective. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, vol 8, 33-52

McLoughlin. E, Conaghan, A and Hanrahan. J (2015) "The Supply of Sustainable Tourism in Ireland". Journal of Tourism, Challenges and Trends, vol. 8(2), 15-55

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J. (2015) "A Framework for Analysing the Local Authorities Tourism Planning in Ireland: A Socio-Cultural Perspective". European Journal of Tourism Research, vol. 2, 73-87

McLoughlin. E, Conaghan, A and Hanrahan. J (2015) "A Model for the Transition towards the Sustainable Management of Tourism Destinations in Ireland". International Journal for Responsible Tourism, vol. 4(2), 103-123

McLoughlin. E, Conaghan, A and Hanrahan. J (2015) "The Attitudes of the key Stakeholders on Sustainable Tourism in Ireland: The Holidaymaker and Tourism Enterprise Perspective". Tourism: An International Interdisciplinary Journal, vol. 63(3), 275-293.

McLoughlin. E, Conaghan, A and Hanrahan. J (2015) "The Sustainable Management of a Tourism Destination in Ireland: A Focus on County Clare". Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Research, vol. 3(1), 62-87

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J. (2015) "Planning for the Economic Impacts of Tourism in Ireland: A Local Authority Perspective". Journal of Tourism Analysis, vol. 20(6), 665-676.

Research Reports

McLoughlin, E., Hanrahan, J and Duddy, A (2019) "Pilot Study on the Application of the European Tourism Indicator System (ETIS) for Sustainable Tourism Destinations in Counties Clare, Donegal and Sligo". WAWRG and the Tourism Motilities Group Institute of Technology Sligo: Ireland. (ISBN: 9781907592089)

Conference Papers

McLoughlin, E (2019) 'The Potential for Dark Tourism as a Niche Tourism Product along Irelands Wild Atlantic Way (WAW)'. 10th Sustainable Niche Tourism Conference. Danang, Vietnam (2019).

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2017) 'Measuring the Economic Impact of Brexit through Evidence Based Planning for Tourism'. Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Sligo Institute of Technology (2017).

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2016) "An Analysis of LECPs in Planning for Tourism". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Limerick Institute of Technology (2016)

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2015) "Collaborative Sustainable Tourism Development in Ireland: Local Authorities use of Sustainable Tourism Indicators". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Letterkenny Institute of Technology (2015)

McLoughlin, E (2015) "Sustainable Planning for the Environmental Impacts of Tourism in Ireland: A Local Authority Perspective". 25th Irish Environmental Researchers' Colloquium ENVIRON Institute of Technology Sligo (2015)

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2014) "Sustainable Tourism Planning in Ireland: A Local Authority perspective". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Cork Institute of Technology (2014)

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2013) "Importance of an Integrated Sustainable Planning Approach to Tourism". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Letterkenny Institute of Technology (2013)

Conference Presentations

McLoughlin, E and Reis, J (2019) 'The Potential for Dark Tourism as a Niche Tourism Product along Irelands Wild Atlantic Way (WAW)'. 10th Sustainable Niche Tourism Conference. Danang, Vietnam (2019).

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2018) "Comparative analysis of economic indicators along the WAW'. Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Waterford Institute of Technology (2018)

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2018) "Social impacts of tourism in Clare Donegal and Sligo". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Waterford Institute of Technology (2018)

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2018) "Managing the environmental impacts of tourism at county level". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Waterford Institute of Technology (2018).

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2017) 'Measuring the Economic Impact of Brexit through Evidence Based Planning for Tourism'. Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Sligo Institute of Technology (2017).

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2016) "An Analysis of LECPs in Planning for Tourism". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Limerick Institute of Technology (2016)

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2015) "Collaborative Sustainable Tourism Development in Ireland: Local Authorities use of Sustainable Tourism Indicators". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Letterkenny Institute of Technology (2015)

McLoughlin, E (2015) "Sustainable Planning for the Environmental Impacts of Tourism in Ireland: A Local Authority Perspective". 25th Irish Environmental Researchers' Colloquium ENVIRON Institute of Technology Sligo (2015)

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2014) "Sustainable Tourism Planning in Ireland: A Local Authority perspective". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Cork Institute of Technology (2014)

McLoughlin, E and Hanrahan, J (2013) "Importance of an Integrated Sustainable Planning Approach to Tourism". Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference: Letterkenny Institute of Technology (2013)

Research Projects and Collaborations

Motivational Study on the Wild Atlantic Way and the Silk Road

Partners: Prof Stephen Boyd (University of Ulster, UK), National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) and Institute of Technology Sligo, Ireland

Pilot Study on the Application of the European Tourism Indicator System (ETIS) for Sustainable Tourism Destinations in Counties Clare, Donegal and Sligo

Partners: IT Sligo, NUI Galway, Letterkenny IT, Galway-Mayo IT and Shannon College of Management and the Western Development Commission

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