Konstantinos I. Kakoudakis is a Lecturer in Hospitality & Tourism Management at UCLan Cyprus. His research interests revolve around social tourism, sustainable development, and working conditions in the Hospitality industry. He was previously Researcher/Consultant in tourism development projects co-funded by the EU, while he has also several years of work experience in the tourism industry. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Nottingham, UK.
Publications related to social tourism
- Kakoudakis, K. I., and Papadoulaki, A. (forthcoming). ‘Social tourism in Greece.’ In J. Lima, and C. Eusébio (Eds.) Social Tourism: Different challenges and approaches around the world. Oxfordshire: CABI.
- Kakoudakis, K. I., and McCabe, S. (2019). Social tourism as a modest, yet sustainable, development strategy: Policy recommendations for Greece. In Diekmann, A, McCabe, S., and C. C. Ferreira (Eds.) Social Tourism at the Crossroads, 1st Ed. Abingdon: Routledge
- McCabe, S., Diekmann, A., and Kakoudakis, K.I. (2018). ‘The rights to tourism: Reflections on social tourism and human rights.’ In C. Cooper, S. Volo, W. C., Gartner, and N. Scott (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of tourism management: Applications of Theories And Concepts to Tourism. Vol. 2 (pp. 61-74). London: SAGE Publications https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/the-sage-handbook-of-tourism-management/book263162#contents