Associate Professor

Institut for Afsætningsøkonomi

Erik
Braun
Lektor
,
Dr.


Kontor: SOL/C3.26
Tel:
+4538152114
E-mail: ebr.marktg@cbs.dk
EBR
Præsentation

Erik Braun is Associate Professor of Marketing and Tourism at the Department of Marketing and joined Copenhagen Business School in 2019. Erik holds a M.Sc. in Economics & Business (with distinction) and a Ph.D. in City Marketing from Erasmus University Rotterdam, where he held several positions before joining Copenhagen Business School. He is a visiting scholar to his alma mater, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Place marketing, place branding, destination branding and tourism management are broadly his areas of research. In his tourism research the focus is on using big data to better understand tourism behaviour (revealed preferences), tourist’s perceptions, insight in evolving demand and more effective tourism management (e.g. manage over-tourism) and understanding tourist behaviour, including social and psychological effects and attitudes in extraordinarily (crisis) situations. In his research on place marketing and place branding, he prioritizes the effectiveness of place branding strategies, the interplay between private and public sector stakeholders in managing and communicating place brands in an increasingly competitive and digital market place, and investigating the (potential) added value of place branding in a different setting such as retailing areas. Erik’s work has been published in books, book chapters and in peer-reviewed journals, including top-tier journals such as Tourism Management, Public Administration Review and Urban Studies.

 

Primære forskningsområder
  • Tourism Management (including over-tourism)
  • Understanding tourist behavior (including crisis situations)
  • Place marketing
  • Place branding (including destination branding)
  • Interplay between public and private stakeholders in (place) branding
  • (Place) Brand complexity
  • Marketing and branding retailing areas and real estate
  • Quantitative methods (including structural equation modeling)

 

Link til denne hjemmeside
www.cbs.dk/staff/associate-professor
Udvalgte publikationer

Zenker, S., von Wallpach, S., Braun, E., & Vallaster, C. (2019): How the refugee crisis impacts the decision structure of tourists: A cross-country scenario study. Tourism Management, 71(April): 197-212.

Braun, E., Eshuis, J., Klijn, E. H., & Zenker, S. (2018). Improving place reputation: Do an open place brand process and an identity-image match pay off? Cities, 80, 22-28.

Eshuis, J., Braun, E., Klijn, E. H., & Zenker, S. (2018). The differential effect of various stakeholder groups in place marketing. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 36(5), 916-936.

Zenker, S.; Braun, E.; Petersen, S. (2017). Branding the destination versus the place: The effects of brand complexity and identification for residents and visitors. Tourism Management, 58: 15-27.

Eshuis, J., Braun, E., & Klijn, E. H. (2013). Place marketing as governance strategy: An assessment of obstacles in place marketing and their effects on attracting target groups. Public Administration Review, 73(3), 507-516.

Braun, E., Kavaratzis, M. and Zenker, S. (2013) “My city – my brand: the different roles of residents in place branding,” Journal of Place Management and Development, 6(1), 18-28.

Van den Berg, L., & Braun, E. (1999). Urban competitiveness, marketing and the need for organising capacity. Urban Studies, 36(5-6), 987-999.

 

Publikationer sorteret efter:
2019
Sebastian Zenker; Sylvia von Wallpach; Erik Braun; Christine Vallaster / How the Refugee Crisis Impacts the Decision Structure of Tourists : A Crosscountry Scenario Study.
I: Tourism Management, Vol. 71, 4.2019, s. 197-212
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
2018
Sebastian Zenker; Erik Braun / Cultural Heritage as a Blessing and Curse for Branding Urban Destinations
I: Cultural Heritage. red. /Adriana Campelo; Laura Reynolds; Adam Lindgreen; Michael B. Beverland. Abingdon : Routledge 2018, s. 115-128
Bidrag til bog/antologi > peer review
Erik Braun; Jasper Eshuis; Erik-Hans Klijn; Sebastian Zenker / Improving Place Reputation : Do an Open Place Brand Process and an Identity-image Match Pay Off?.
I: Cities, Vol. 80, 10.2018, s. 22-28
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Jasper Eshuis; Erik Braun; Erik-Hans Klijn; Sebastian Zenker / The Differential Effect of Various Stakeholder Groups in Place Marketing
I: Environment and Planning C: Government & Policy, Vol. 36, Nr. 5, 2018, s. 916-936
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
2017
Sebastian Zenker; Erik Braun; Sibylle Petersen / Branding the Destination Versus the Place : The Effects of Brand Complexity and Identification for Residents and Visitors.
I: Tourism Management, Vol. 58, 2.2017, s. 15-27
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
Erik Braun; Tristan Kik; Sebastian Zenker / Capturing City Brand Commonalities across Different Stakeholder Groups
Paper presented at The 2nd Annual Conference of the International Place Branding Association, 2017
Paper > peer review
Sebastian Zenker; Erik Braun / Questioning a “One Size Fits All” City Brand : Developing a Branded House Strategy for Place Brand Management.
I: Journal of Place Management and Development, Vol. 10, Nr. 3, 2017, s. 270-287
Tidsskriftartikel > peer review
2016
Sebastian Zenker; Erik Braun; Jasper Eshuis; Erik-Hans Klijn / Communicate the Right Way : The Effectiveness of Different Communication Activities for Destination Branding.
Abstract from The Inaugural Conference of the International Place Branding Association, 2016
Konferenceabstrakt til konference > peer review
Erik Braun; Sebastian Zenker; Jasper Eshuis; Erik-Hans Klijn / Getting Them All On Board : Increasing Brand Adoption and Reducing Conflicts in Place Branding.
Abstract from The Inaugural Conference of the International Place Branding Association, 2016
Konferenceabstrakt til konference > peer review
Jasper Eshuis; Erik Braun; Erik-Hans Klijn; Sebastian Zenker / The Varying Effects of Different Stakeholder Groups in the Governance of Place Marketing in Germany and the Netherlands
Paper presented at EGPA Annual Conference 2016, 2016
Paper > peer review
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