Published articles on theme parks

 

Below you’ll find an overview of published articles on theme parks. Most of them are related to my research on theme park investments.

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2016), Yield model for theme park investments: how to improve your return on attractions. Veldhoven: CLC Media

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2016), Time and temporality in theme parks: the economic impact of immersion. In Freitag, F. and  Carla, F. (eds), Time and temporalities in theme parks. Mainz: Wehrhan Publishing House.

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2015), Het verwachte rendement van pretparkseizoen 2015, Recreatie & Toerisme (trends en management), 25(April) 42-45.

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2015), The immersion paradox and more, Recreatief Totaal, 5 (2), 42-45

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2014), Time & temporality in theme parks, PleisureWorld Magazine, 2 (3), 37-40

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2014), Theme Parks & games: het spel van de toekomst?, PleisureWorld Magazine, 2 (2), 12-15

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2014). Theme park investments: how to beat the average?! – a case study from the Netherlands,  International Journal of Social, Education, Economics and Management Engineering, 8 (5), 1498-1505

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2014). Het succes van de Toverland-investering beschreven en verklaard, Veldhoven: white paper.

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2014). Future Fitness: innovatieprocessen binnen de recreatiebranchePleisureWorld Magazine, 2(1), 10-14.

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2013). Fortune Telling: impact of new attractionsPleisureWorld Magazine, 1(1), 30-31.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2011). Attraction accountability: predicting the unpredictable?!. Breda: NRIT Media.

Cornelis, P.C.M. (2011).  A management perspective on the impact of new attractionsJournal of Vacation Marketing17(2), 151-162.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2010). Achieving Attraction Accountability Through an Attraction Response MatrixJournal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 27(4), 361-382.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2010). Attraction accountability: the impact of new attractions on the performance of European theme parks (towards an Attraction Response Matrix). In K. Margarita & D. Tixier (Eds.), Challenges and Prospects in Tourism Research: 4th International Conference on Tourism (pp. 283-296). Athens: Atiner.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2010). Effects of co-branding in the theme park industry: A preliminary study. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 22(6), 775-796.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2010). Impact of New Attractions on Theme Park Attendance. Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes Journal, 2(3), 262-280.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2010). De strijd om differentieel concurrentievoordeel: Non-prijsstrategieën binnen de markt van attractieparken. In K. de Bruijn (Ed.), Trendrapport toerisme, recreatie en vrije tijd 2009/2010. Breda: NRIT Onderzoek.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2009). Build and they will come…but what’s the return on investment. ParkWorld, March 2009(3), 34-35.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2008, July 5th). Attraction accountability: the impact of new attractions on the performance of European theme parks (towards an Attraction Response Matrix). Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Tourism, Athens.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2007). Research proposal ‘Accountability and European theme parks’, NHTV Breda University of Applies Sciences, Breda.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2005). Dromen over de Panda? De invloed van merkallianties op de waardering van merken volgens de IBRA-methode. Vrijetijdstudies, 23(2), 21-32.

Cornelis, P. C. M. (2003). Branding in de vrijetijd: Psychologisch commitment en functionele experience merken. Tilburg University, Tilburg.

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