Volume 12 Issue 1/2 August 2015 Commentary 1

Lara Klestov
University of Queensland, Australia



In 2003, the e-Review of Tourism Research (eRTR) was born. The journal has evolved from a product of a cooperative project sponsored through alliances between TTRA, the Canadian Tourism Commission and the Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Sciences at Texas A&M University aimed at facilitating knowledge transfer from academia to industry to an electronic open access journal managed by the Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Sciences at Texas A&M University. The journal to date has published a total of 11 volumes with the support of eRTR’s volunteers that serve on the editorial management and review boards and the authors who contribute research on emerging travel and tourism research issues. With the work of over 400 authors and 60 reviewers from around the world being represented in these previous volumes, this commentary reflects on the diversity of topics published by the eRTR and the regional distribution of eRTR’s authors and reviewers.

Keywords: : eRTR, Journey

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