RETRACTED ARTICLE: Sustainability and the authentic experience. Harnessing brand heritage – a study from Japan

  title={RETRACTED ARTICLE: Sustainability and the authentic experience. Harnessing brand heritage – a study from Japan},
  author={Babak Taheri and Thomas Farrington and Ross Curran and Kevin O'Gorman},
  journal={Journal of Sustainable Tourism},
  pages={49 - 67}
We, the Editors and Publisher of Journal of Sustainable Tourism, have retracted the following article: Babak Taheri, Thomas Farrington, Ross Curran, Kevin O’Gorman (2018) Sustainability and the authentic experience. Harnessing brand heritage - a study from Japan. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26:1, pages 49-67. DOI: 10.1080/09669582.2017.1310867 The article is being retracted at the request of the authors and their institutions, Heriot-Watt University, and University of Strathclyde. An… 

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  • Ö. Güzel
  • Business
    Journal of Economy, Culture and Society
  • 2020
Citation: Guzel, O., Nacak, E., Bilgi, E. & Kalin, V. (2021). Sustainable tourism and the roles of tour guides in destinati-ons: A qualitative case study in Turkey. Journal of Economy Culture and

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