Bailey Ashton Adie completed her PhD in Management and Development of Cultural Heritage at IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca, Italy in 2015, with a focus on the World Heritage brand and tourism in an international comparative context. She also has an MA in Cultural Heritage and International Development from the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK and a BA in History and Asian Studies from the University of Vermont, Burlington, USA.
Her research interests include
- heritage tourism
- World Heritage tourism
- World Heritage management
- tourism branding and marketing
- sustainable tourism for community development
- visitor management
- overtourism and heritage
- second home tourism
- disasters and tourism
- Islamic tourism
- tourism and events
- film tourism
- community based tourism.
- Editorial Board Member of the Journal of Heritage Tourism, September 2019-present
- Editorial Board Member of El Periplo Sustentable, March 2019-present
- Research in Transportation Economics, May 2020-present
- International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, April 2020-present
- International Journal of Tourism Research, February 2020-present
- Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, December 2019-present
- Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, July 2019-present
- Tourism Planning & Development, May 2019-present
- Journal of Heritage Tourism, June 2018-present
- Journal of Business Research, August 2018-present
- International Journal of Tourism Cities, January 2018-present
- Tourism Management Perspectives, July 2017-present
- Annals of Leisure Research, January 2017-present
- Tourism Management, April 2016-present
- Annals of Tourism Research, August 2015-present
- Current Issues in Tourism, July 2015-present
- SAGE Open, June 2015-present
- Tourism Geographies, May 2015-present
- Tourism in Marine Environments, October 2015
Professional Organization Membership
- Leisure Studies Association Executive Committee Member
- World Heritage UK Member
- Adie, B.A. (2019). Fighting Mother Nature: Second homeowners, risk awareness, and post-disaster planning on Fire Island, New York. Paper to be presented at the 8th Nordic Geographers Meeting: Sustainable Geography – Geographies of Sustainability, June 16-19, Trondheim, Norway.
- Hall, C.M. & Adie, B.A. (2019) Resilience and voluntary temporary populations: Reframing our understanding of people in place in resilience thinking. Paper to be presented at the 8th Nordic Geographers Meeting: Sustainable Geography – Geographies of Sustainability, June 16-19, Trondheim, Norway.
- Arvanitis, P., Adie, B.A., & Amore, A. (2019). Cruise passenger accommodation preferences in a major home port pre- and post-voyage: Evidence from Southampton, United Kingdom. Paper presented at the People & the Sea X: learning from the past, imagining the future, June 24-28, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
- Adie, B.A., Amore, A., & Falk, M. (2019). Modelling the characteristics of the European short-stay tourism market. Paper presented at Between Overtourism and Undertourism, June 26-29, Lecce, Italy.
- Adie, B.A., Falk, M., & Savioli, M. (2019). Overtourism as a perceived threat to cultural heritage in Europe. Paper presented at Between Overtourism and Undertourism, June 26-29, Lecce, Italy.
- Adie, B.A. (2019). Negotiating the heritage narrative: Poldark and the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape WHS. Paper to be presented at the 6th UNESCO UNITWIN Conference 2019: Value of Heritage for Tourism, April 8-12, Leuven, Belgium.
- Arvanitis, P., Adie, B.A., & Amore, A. (2019). To stay or not to stay? Overnight booking intentions of cruise passengers in a mature cruise destination. Paper to be presented at Travel and Tourism Research Association, Europe Chapter Conference: Tourism in the era of connectivity, April 8-10, Bournemouth, UK.
- Adie, B.A. (2018). Film tourism and cultural performance: Mexico City’s Day of the Dead parade. Paper presented at the Inclusive Innovation in Tourism: Enhancing Local Experience Researcher Links Workshop, August 28-31, Phuket, Thailand.
- Adie, B.A. (2017). Coordinated management practices at the Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps World Heritage Site: Navigating the global-local divide. Paper presented at the 5th UNESCO UNITWIN Conference: Local Identity and Tourism Management at World Heritage Sites, April 18-22, Coimbra, Portugal.
- Adie, B.A., (2012). Urban Renewal, Cultural Tourism, and Community Development: A New Delhi Case Study. Paper presented at the Fourth Encuentros Conference: Responsible Tourism, September 27-29, Portorož, Slovenia.