Center for Leisure and Culture Services
Members of CLCS are active in a number of research networks.Members of CLCS are active in a number of research networks.
Tourism Researchers in Denmark (TiD). Officially founded in 2012, TiD is the association of researchers who are working to advance tourism research and education in Denmark and to strengthen the Danish presence in international tourism research communities.
Diversity and Difference Platform, CBS. This research platform is focusing on diversity and difference - culture, ethnicity, sexuality, language - to enable inclusion and equality; working with organisations on diversity management.
Nordic Society for Tourism and Hospitality Research (NORTHORS) is an academic platform for tourism and hospitality research in the five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Beyond the promotion of collaboration amongst the Nordic partners, NORTHORS has an international orientation. It aims to make Nordic research visible in the international arena.
Geographies of Leisure and Tourism Research Group (GLTRG): GLTRG was officially founded in 2000 and is a research branch of the Royal Geographical Society, with the Institute of British Geographers. Tourism as inherently interdisciplinary extends across a range of disciplines and the GLTRG seeks to embrace research from across this spectrum using geography as the central connecting point.
Critical Tourism Studies: CTS is an international network of scholars who share a vision of producing and promoting social change in and through tourism practice, research and education. CTS has done this so far by seeking to legitimise the critical school of thought in tourism studies and by providing an inclusive environment for new and alternative voices in the academy.
Imagine.. Creative Industries Research Centre, based in CBS, conducts research on the organization of creativity in companies, projects and (transnational) networks. It is multidisciplinary in its approach and focuses on the on-going relation between creativity and commerce. Members disseminate their research findings to business and society by means of scholarly publications, media, workshops and other presentations.
The Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division (GDO) is a professional division of The Academy of Management (AOM) whose primary purpose is the development and improvement of member's capabilities for research and teaching on the subjects of gender and diversity in organizations and to promote understanding of the significance of these topics to the study and practice of management. The division provides an outlet for scholarly work on gender and diversity in organizations.