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Personal profile

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.

Research interests

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.

Publications

Books

  • Adie, B.A. (2019).World Heritage and Tourism: Marketing and Management. Abingdon, UK:Routledge

Journal articles

  • Adie, B.A. (2019). Place attachment and post-disaster decision-making in a second home context: a conceptual framework. Current Issues in Tourism. https://doi.org/10.1080/13683500.2019.1600475.
  • Adie, B.A., Hall, C.M., & Prayag, G. (2018). World Heritage as a placebo brand: A comparative analysis of three sites and marketing implications. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26(3), pp. 399-415.
  • Adie, B.A., Amore, A., & Hall, C.M. (2017). Urban tourism and urban socialist and communist heritage: Beyond tragedy and farce? International Journal of Tourism Cities. 3(3), 291-304
  • Adie, B.A. (2017) Franchising our heritage: The UNESCO World Heritage brand. Tourism Management Perspectives, 24, 48-53.
  • Adie, B.A. & Hall, C.M. (2017). Who Visits World Heritage? A Comparative Analysis of Three Cultural Sites. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 12(1), pp. 67-80

Book Chapters

  • Adie, B.A. (in press). Should I stay or should I go? Hurricane Sandy and second home tourism on Fire Island, New York. In C.M. Hall and G. Prayag (eds.). Tourism and Hurricanes [forthcoming]. Clevendon, UK: Channel View.
  • Adie, B.A. (2019). Marketing Europe to Islamic heritage tourists. In C.M. Hall and G. Prayag (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Halal Hospitality and Islamic Tourism. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.
  • Adie, B.A. (2019). Urban renewal, cultural tourism, and community development: Sharia principles in a non-Islamic state. In C.M. Hall and G. Prayag (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Halal Hospitality and Islamic Tourism. Abingdon, UK: Routledge

Conference presentations

  • 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.

Book reviews

  • Adie, B.A. (2019). Memory and Cultural Landscape at the Khami World Heritage Site, Zimbabwe: An Un-inherited Past. Journal of Heritage Tourism. https://doi.org/10.1080/1743873X.2019.1651031.
  • Adie, B.A. (2019). Contemporary Christian travel: pilgrimage, practice and place. Journal of Heritage Tourism. https://doi.org/10.1080/1743873X.2019.1607151.
  • Adie, B.A. (2018). A Review of “Cultural heritage tourism: five steps for success and sustainability”, by Cheryl M. Hargrove. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26(1), pp. 168-170.
  • Adie, B.A. (2018). A Review of “Visitor management in tourism destinations”, edited by J.N. Albrecht. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26(1), pp. 167-168.
  • Adie, B.A. (2018). A Review of “Attracting visitors to ancient neighbourhoods: creation and management of the tourist-historic city of Plymouth, UK”, by Daniel Barrera-Fernandez. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26(1), p. 165. 
  • Adie, B.A. (2016). A Review of “UNESCO in Southeast Asia: world heritage sites in comparative perspective”, edited by V.T. King. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 24(12), p. 1747.
  • Adie, B.A. (2016). A Review of “World Heritage, Tourism and Identity: Inscription and Co-production”, edited by L. Bourdeau, M. Gravari-Barbas, and M. Robinson. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 24(7), p. 1062.
  • Adie, B.A. (2016). “Book Review: Social Memory and Heritage Tourism Methodologies, edited by S.P. Hanna, A.E. Potter, E.A. Modlin Jr., P. Carter, and D.L. Butler.” Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 24(5), pp. 799-803.

URL

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bailey_Adie

https://www.linkedin.com/in/baileyadie/

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, IMT Institute for Advanced Studies Lucca

Feb 2012Jul 2015

Master, University of East Anglia

Sep 2010Sep 2011

Bachelor, University of Vermont

Aug 2006May 2010

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Research Output 2016 2019

World Heritage and Tourism: Marketing and Management

Adie, B. A., 28 May 2019, 1st ed. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. 136 p. (Focus on Tourism and Hospitality)

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Tourists
Heritage tourism
Tourism management
Tourism marketing
Heritage

Urban renewal, cultural tourism, and community development: Sharia principles in a non-Islamic state

Adie, B. A., 7 Jun 2019, The Routledge Handbook of Halal Hospitality and Islamic Tourism. Hall, C. M. & Prayag, G. (eds.). Routledge, 17 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Published conference proceedingChapter

Tourism
Urban renewal
Cultural tourism
Tourism development
Heritage

World Heritage as a placebo brand: A comparative analysis of three sites and marketing implications

Adie, B. A., Hall, C. M. & Prayag, G., 8 Aug 2017, In : Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 26, 3, p. 399-415 16 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
marketing
Tourism
tourism
political interest
UNESCO

Franchising our heritage: The UNESCO World Heritage brand

Adie, B. A., 17 Jul 2017, In : Tourism Management Perspectives. 24, p. 48-53

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
UNESCO
world
Franchising
Heritage
management practice