Dimitri Ioannides, PhD
Dimitri Ioannides is Chaired Professor of Human Geography in the Institution of Economics, Geography, Law and Tourism and a researcher in the European Tourism Research Institute at Mid-Sweden University. Previously, he taught at Missouri State University and held a part-time position at the Centre for Regional and Tourism Research in Bornholm, Denmark. He has published extensively in various journals including Annals of Tourism Research, Tourism Management and the Journal of Sustainable Tourism on issues such as the economic geography of tourism and sustainable development. He is especially interested in matters relating to the social-equity dimension of sustainability, including the geographies of tourism workers and work. He has co-authored books relating to tourism issues, including the Economic Geography of the Tourist Industry (Routledge). Currently, he is an editor of Tourism Geographies (in charge of special projects) and serves on the editorial board of several other journals. He also edits the New Directions in Tourism Analysis series (Routledge) as well as serving on the board of the International Polar Tourism Research Network. He is a past recipient of the Roy Wolfe Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Recreation, Tourism and Sport specialty group of the Association of American Geographers.