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New issue (number 42) of Investigaciones Regionales - Journal of Regional Research

 Dear colleague:

We have just published a new issue of the journal Investigaciones Regionales - Journal of Regional Research (Special Issue Nº 42). It is now available both on line and print version.

About Investigaciones Regionales – Journal of Regional Research:

The founding aim of Investigaciones RegionalesJournal of Regional Research was to create a prestigious journal through which to disseminate quality research carried out in the broad academic and professional field of regional, urban and territorial studies. The review process of the papers submitted to the Journal follows international standards.


Investigaciones Regionales-Journal of Regional Research is ranked as Q2 by Scimago JRC (Scopus), in Economics, Econometrics and Finance, and indexed in other scientific and academic international databases (Emerging Source Citation Index (ESCI), EBSCO, ProQuest, EconLit, RePec, DOAJ, Redalyc, Latindex, Fuente Académica,…).

The Journal has a multidisciplinary approach, welcoming submissions from fields such as Economics, Geography, Sociology, Land Planning and Political Science, whose scientific focus, originality and added value contribute to the dissemination of new ideas and methodological approaches, strengthening and improving the quality of the publication, via its link

The contents of this issue are:


·         Special Issue on Tourism Competitiveness in the Digital Economy


·         The challenge of long-term tourism competitiveness in the age of innovation: Spain as a case study - Luis Moreno-Izquierdo, Ana Ramón-Rodríguez, María Jesús Such-Devesa

·         Venice: the problem of overtourism and the impact of cruises - Ana Trancoso González

·         Public support for entrepreneurship, human capital and talent in the context of Spanish tourism - Saúl Cobo-Soler, Andrés Fernández-Alcantud, José María López-Morales, Marta Santamaría-García

·         Tourism accessibility competitiveness. A regional approach for Latin American countries - Natalia Porto, Ana Clara Rucci, Matias Ciaschi

·         Hotel online pricing policy: A review and a regional case study - Manuela Pulina, Valentina Santoni

·         Exploring the use of artificial intelligence in price maximisation in the tourism sector: its application in the case of Airbnb in the Valencian Community - Luis Moreno-Izquierdo, Galina Egorova, Alexandre Peretó-Rovira, Adrián Más-Ferrando

·         Smart tourism experiences: conceptualisation, key dimensions and research agenda - Francisco Femenia-Serra, Barbara Neuhofer

·         Smart sustainability: a new perspective in the sustainable tourism debate - José Francisco Perles Ribes, Josep Ivars Baidal

·         From smart destinations to smart tourism regions - Ulrike Gretzel

·         Foundations and relevance of delimiting local tourism destinations - Yurena Rodríguez Rodríguez, Raúl Hernández Martín

To contact Us and Submit Manuscripts:

Investigaciones Regionales – Journal of Regional Research

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The article will be sent through the portal Open Journal System (OJS) of the Spanish Repository of Science and Technology (RECYT):

Yours sincerely,

Investigaciones Regionales – Journal of Regional Research

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