Mia Larson

Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Social Sciences
  • Business Administration

Research

Mia Larson is an associate professor in business management at Lund University, Department of Service Management. Her research has particularly focused on event management, event tourism and tourism development, and is published internationally in a number of journal articles, chapters in books and books. Her publications covers subjects such as network cooperation, innovation, event participation motives, destination development, pop culture tourism, coastal tourism, and social media.

Research

Mia Larson is an associate professor in business administration at Lund University, Department of Service Management and Service Studies. Her research has particularly focused on event management, event tourism and tourism development, and is published internationally in a number of journal articles, chapters in books and books. Her publications covers subjects such as network cooperation, innovation, event participation motives, destination development, pop culture tourism, coastal tourism, social media, sharing economy, gender.

Research

Mia Larson is an associate professor in business management at Lund University, Department of Service Management. Her research has particularly focused on event management, event tourism, tourism development, and sharing economy, and is published internationally in a number of journal articles, chapters in books, books and reports. Her publications covers subjects such as network cooperation, innovation, event participation motives, destination development, pop culture tourism, coastal tourism, social media, sharing economy, and gender.

Recent research outputs

Richard Ek, Mia Larson, Ooi, C. S. & Hardy, A., 2019 Jun 23.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Mia Larson & Richard Ek, 2019 Jun 23.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Cecilia Cassinger & Mia Larson, 2019.

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