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Kirby, Seth I. and Duignan, Michael B. (2019) Searching for sites of liminality in ‘giga’ events. In: Boundaries, Borders and Contestation in the Study and Analysis of Events: Exploring Liminality in Critical Event Studies. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK. (Accepted)

Kirby, Seth I. and Duignan, Michael B. and McGillivray, David (2018) Mega-sport Events, Micro and Small Business Leveraging: Introducing the “MSE-MSB Leverage Model”. Event Management. ISSN 1943-4308

Duignan, Michael B. and Kirby, Seth I. and Everett, Sally and O'Brien, Danny (2018) From ‘clone towns’ to ‘slow towns’: Examining festival legacies. Journal of Place Management and Development, 11 (3). pp. 350-366. ISSN 1753-8335

Duignan, Michael B. and Everett, Sally and Walsh, Lewis and Cade, Nicola (2018) Leveraging Physical and Digital Liminoidal Spaces: the Case of the #EATCambridge Festival. Tourism Geographies, 20 (5). pp. 858-879. ISSN 1470-1340

Duignan, Michael B. and Wilbert, Chris (2017) Embedding Slow Tourism and the ‘Slow Phases’ framework: the case of Cambridge, UK. In: Slow Tourism, Food and Cities: Pace and the Search for the ‘Good Life’. Routledge Advances in Tourism . Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781138920910

Duignan, Michael B. (2016) ‘Strategic Alignment’ meets ‘Constructive Alignment’: Embedding the Interests of a DMO in to the Life of an Academic Tourism Programme in the Heart of Cambridge (UK). In: Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) Annual Conference 2016: Demonstrating Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Tourism, 8-9 December 2016, Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Duignan, Michael B. (2016) Why Rio 2016 may not bring the tourism boost Brazil hopes. The Conversation.

Duignan, Michael B. and McGillivray, David (2016) How Rio 2016 satisfied its sponsors while leaving room for the people. The Conversation.

Duignan, Michael B. (2016) Glastonbury’s festival economics signals hope for entrepreneurial spirit. The Conversation.

Duignan, Michael B. and Walsh, Lewis M. and Everett, Sally (2016) Social Media, Resistance and Local Food and Drink Firms: The Case of #EATCambridge. In: ATLAS Annual Conference 2016, 14-16 September 2016, Canterbury Christ University.

Pappalepore, Ilaria and Duignan, Michael B. (2016) The London 2012 cultural programme: A consideration of Olympic impacts and legacies for small creative organisations in east London. Tourism Management, 54. pp. 344-355. ISSN 1879-3193

Duignan, Michael B. and Everett, Sally and Walsh, Lewis M. (2016) Working with key public and policy stakeholders to foster student and staff collaboration within an international research project: the case of ‘slow tourism’. In: Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) 5th Annual Learning, Teaching & Student Experience Conference 2016, 26-27 April 2016, Aston University.

Duignan, Michael B. (2016) Olympic territorialisation, shocks, and event impacts: small businesses and London’s ‘Last Mile’ spaces. Doctoral thesis, Anglia Ruskin University.

Duignan, Michael B. (2015) ATHE Award Nomination – VisitEngland ATHE Award for leadership in the visitor economy (research award). In: Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) Annual Conference 2015: Creating Impact, 10-11 December 2015, University of Oxford.

Wilbert, Chris and Duignan, Michael B. (2015) Going s-Low in Cambridge: opportunities for sustainable tourism in a small global city. In: Centrality of Territories: Verso la rigenerazione di un network europeo. Bergamo University Press, Ranica, Italy. ISBN 978-88-6642-210-5

Duignan, Michael B. (2014) Eat Cambridge (2014) Economic/Social Impact and Innovation Report. Project Report. Anglia Ruskin University.

Duignan, Michael B. (2013) Events and urban regeneration: the strategic use of events to revitalise cities. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure, and Events, 5 (3). pp. 307-309. ISSN 1940-7963

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