Dealing with overtourism: A complex solution for a simple problem

This contribution starts easy and ends complex. Overtourism is a simple and easy-to-explain challenge. Solutions might be quick and easy. However to get there, we are encountering a serious challenge: The allocation of property rights with regard to public goods. Let me start with a quick diagnosis. Those who have read my first contribution on … Continue reading Dealing with overtourism: A complex solution for a simple problem

How to violate every rule in pricing behaviour – and get away with it

Recently I traveled to the US to attend an international tourism research conference. I encountered a pricing behavior of the tourism industry which I have been familiar with for some time. However, it has never ever upset me as much as this time (I shall not use the p…o… word in public). Having stayed in … Continue reading How to violate every rule in pricing behaviour – and get away with it