Department of Management, Society and Communication
- CBS Sustainability Centre
I have a BA in Media and Communication from the University of Westminster, London and an MA in Global Tourism Development from Aalborg University, Copenhagen. I also have 6 years’ work experience in the tourism industry in the UK, New Zealand, and Greenland. My PhD project aims to link the fields of behavioural economics and tourism, by developing strategies to ‘nudge’ cruise tourists into behaving in more sustainable ways, specifically in the ports of Greenland. This is an industrial PhD project funded by Innovation Fund Denmark and Visit Greenland. AECO and Destination Arctic Circle are also industrial partners in the project.
I am a member of the Consumer and Behavioural Insights Group (CBIG) at the CBS Sustainability centre.
Introducing Elizabeth Cooper:
- Sustainable Tourism
- Tourist Behaviour
- Behavioural Economics
- Sustainability Communication
- Cruise Tourism
Cooper, E.A., 2019. Cultural centres: a future for cultural Arctic tourism?. Journal of Tourism Futures
Cooper, E.A., Spinei, M. and Varnajot, A., 2019. Countering “Arctification”: Dawson City’s “Sourtoe Cocktail”. Journal of Tourism Futures.
In: Tourism Geographies, 14.12.2022
In: Tourism Marketing in Western Europe. ed. /Nikolaos Boukas; Dimitrios Stylidis. Wallingford : CABI Publishing 2021, p. 191-209 (CABI Regional Tourism Series)
In: Journal of Tourism Futures, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2020, p. 70-82
In: Journal of Tourism Futures, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2020, p. 57-69
Abstract from 13th annual Consumer Behavior in Tourism Symposium, 2020
Abstract from Nordic Geographers Meeting 2019, 2019
Abstract from The 6th International Polar Tourism Research Network (IPTRN) Conference and Community Tour, 2018, p. 15
Abstract from The 6th International Polar Tourism Research Network (IPTRN) Conference and Community Tour, 2018, p. 14
: The Business of Society 2022
Frederiksberg : The Business of Society 2021
Frederiksberg : The Business of Society 24.9.2020