Dr PIOTR NIEWIADOMSKI

Dr PIOTR NIEWIADOMSKI

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Dr PIOTR NIEWIADOMSKI
Dr PIOTR NIEWIADOMSKI

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The University of Aberdeen Geography & Environment
School of Geosciences
University of Aberdeen
St. Mary's Building
Elphinstone Road
AB24 3UF
Aberdeen
Room B24

Biography

 

1999-2004 - MA, Geography of Tourism and Hotel Business, University of Lodz (Poland)

2005-2006 - MA, Human Geography, University of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)

2006-2011 - PhD, Economic Geography, The University of Manchester (UK)

2011-2012 - Research Fellow / Tutor in Geography, The University of Manchester (UK)

2012-2014 - Teaching Fellow in Human Geography, University of Aberdeen (Scotland, UK)

2014-to date - Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Aberdeen (Scotland, UK)

Research

Research Interests

 

The globalisation of services:

- Global production networks (GPNs) of various service trans-national corporations (TNCs)

- Business models, modes of entry and post-entry behaviour of various service TNCs

- Impact of service TNCs and their GPNs on economic development in host countries

- Interactions between service GPNs and various institutional contexts in host countries

The international tourism production system:

- History and development of the hotel industry

- Worldwide expansion, business models and post-entry behaviour of international hotel groups

- Impact of the hotel industry on economic development in host countries

- Interactions between international hotel groups and various institutional contexts in host countries

- Deregulation, privatisation and liberalisation of the international aviation industry

- Business models and global production networks of international airline groups

- Impact of airline groups on economic developmnent in host countries

- Interactions between international airline groups and various institutional contexts in host countries

Post-communist transformations in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE):

- Political, economic and social aspects of post-communist transformations in CEE

- The emerging variety of post-communist capitalisms in CEE and their path-dependent nature

- The processes of (uneven) economic development in CEE after 1989

- The role of services in fostering post-communist transformations and economic development in CEE

Teaching

Teaching Responsibilities

 

Course coordination:

MSc in Environmental Partnership Management (PG):

GG5557 - Governance and Political Economy of Sustainability

3rd year Geography (UG):

GG3576 - Globalisation

4th year Geography (UG):

GG4574 - Human Geography Field Course

 

Other teaching responsibilities:

2nd year Geogaphy (UG):

GG2014 - Space, Economy & Society

3rd year Geography (UG):

GG3570 - Concepts in Human Geography

GG3069 - Remote Sensing & Geographical Information Systems

GG3574 - Research Design

4th year Geography (UG):

GG4537 - Geographical Issues

MSc in Environmental Partnership Management (PG):

GG5055 - Collaboration and Partnership 1: Principles

 

Supervisory responsibilities:

Geography (UG):

GG4023 - Geography Dissertation

MSc in Environmental Partnership Management (PG):

GG5911 - Partnership Project / Dissertation

Further Info

External Responsibilities

- Member of the Board - Recreation, Tourism and Sport (RTS) Speciality Group, American Association of Geographers (AAG)

- Member of the Editorial Board - Tourism Geographies: An International Journal of Tourism Place, Space and Environment

Admin Responsibilities

- Director of Internationalisation for Geosciences

- Deputy Director of MSc in Environmental Partnership Management

- GoAbroad Tutor for Geography & Environment

- Coordinator of the "Students For Students" (S4S) mentoring scheme for Geosciences

- Personal Tutor

Honorary Appointments

- Research Associate - School of Tourism & Hospitality, University of Johannesburg (South Africa)

Publications

Publications 

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Working Papers and Discussion Papers

Working Papers

Contributions to Journals

Articles

  • Niewiadomski, P. (in press). 'Global production networks in the passenger aviation industry'. Geoforum.
  • Niewiadomski, P. (2016). 'The globalisation of the hotel industry and the variety of emerging capitalisms in Central and Eastern Europe'. European Urban and Regional Studies, vol 23, no. 3, pp. 267-288.
    [Online] DOI: 10.1177/0969776413502658
  • Creaney, R. & Niewiadomski, P. (2016). 'Tourism and sustainable development on the Isle of Eigg, Scotland'. Scottish Geographical Journal, vol 132, no. 3-4, pp. 210-233.
    [Online] DOI: 10.1080/14702541.2016.1146327
    [Online] AURA: manuscript_full.docx
  • Niewiadomski, P. (2015). 'International hotel groups and regional development in Central and Eastern Europe'. Tourism Geographies, vol 17, no. 2, pp. 173-191.
    [Online] DOI: 10.1080/14616688.2014.997278
    [Online] AURA: manuscript_final_draft.pdf
  • Niewiadomski, P. (2014). 'Towards an economic-geographical approach to the globalisation of the hotel industry'. Tourism Geographies, vol 16, no. 1, pp. 48-67.
    [Online] DOI: 10.1080/14616688.2013.867528
    [Online] AURA: manuscript_final_draft.pdf
  • Niewiadomski, P. (2006). 'Ekspansja międzynarodowych systemów i łańcuchów hotelowych do Europy Środkowej i Wschodniej po 1989 r'. Turystyka i Hotelarstwo (Tourism and Hotel Industry), vol 9, pp. 161-210.
  • Niewiadomski, P. (2005). 'Golden Tulip Top Hospitality Group jako system hotelowy'. Turystyka i Hotelarstwo (Tourism and Hotel Industry), vol 7, pp. 53-80.

Editorials

  • Niewiadomski, P. (in press). 'Geography, tourism studies and post-communist transformations in Central and Eastern Europe'. Tourism Geographies.

Chapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings

Chapters

  • Niewiadomski, P. (2017). The expansion of international hotel groups into Central and Eastern Europe after 1989: strategic couplings and local responses. in D Hall (ed.), Tourism and Geopolitics: Issues and Concepts from Central and Eastern Europe. CABI International, Ayrshire, pp. 115-126.
    [Online] DOI: 10.1079/9781780647616.0115
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