I work with research, education and collaboration. As leader of CeTLeR (the Center for Tourism and Leisure Research) I link the academy with the surrounding society, where the tourism adn hospitality industry's companies and organizations are in focus.
I mainly teach at the Tourism Studies programs where I lecture and supervise students. I also supervise doctoral students who are completing their PhDs in Human Geography and Worklife Science.
My research center around tourism and hospitality with a special focus on social sustainability linked to mobility, work, gender and power relations. I am studying how work in the hospitality industry is organized, how sustainable working conditions and workplaces are created, how career paths in the industry are formed and the importance of geographical location for equal and sustainable labor markets in the tourism and hospitality industry.