I’m professor of tourism at West Coast University of Applied Sciences in Heide, Germany. I’m interested in the nexus between sustainable tourism, regional development and biodiversity conservation, and I have worked on these topics in academic teaching, research and consulting in Europe, Africa, Latin America and the Caucasus.
Prof. Dr. Julius Arnegger, Dipl.-Wirtsch.Geogr.
Born in 1980 in Freiburg, Germany
International Tourism Management
West Coast University of Applied Sciences
Natural Resources Management & Environment
(Integrated Expert, German International Cooperation GIZ-CIM)
Research and Development Department
Azerbaijan Tourism and Management University, Baku
Institute of Geography
JMU Würzburg, Germany
Institute of Economic Geography
I'm interested in the following topics in consulting and research:
Protected area management and sustainable use of natural resources
Image and marketing of destinations
Member of the World Commission on Protected Areas (IUCN WCPA)
Member of the Sector Dialogue Tourism for Sustainable Development
PhD project "Protected Areas, the Tourist Bubble and Regional Economic Development. Two Case Studies from Mexico and Morocco."
Advisor: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hubert Job, JMU Würzburg
Doctor's degree received Feb 2014
Studies in Economic Geography at LMU Munich and UAM Madrid
2007 LMU Munich: Diplom (equ. to MSc.) in Economic Geography