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Goldblatt, Joe J (2013) The International Planned Event as Managed Phenomena: A Case Study of The Gathering, Homecoming Scotland 2009. In: Research Themes in Events. CABI. ISBN 9781780642529

Goldblatt, Joe J and Lee, Seung-won (2012) The current and future impacts of the 2007-2009 economic recession on the festival and event industry. International Journal of Festival and Event Management, 3 (2). pp. 137-148. ISSN 1758-2954

Goldblatt, Joe J (2012) Creating the Sensual Temporal Marketplace Experience: The Role of Planned Events in Retail Sustainable Development. In: Tourism and Retail, the pscho geography of liminal consumption. Routledge, Abingdon, UK. ISBN 0415693586

Goldblatt, Joe J and Hay, Brian and Riddle, P (2012) An Exploratory Study Engaging Ethnic Diaspora Populations Through Homecoming Events to Motivate Tourist Arrivals. Tourism Management. (Submitted)

Goldblatt, Joe J and Penny, Vasilii and Lin, Kuan-Wen (2012) A Case Study in Developing a Introductory Course in Meeting and Event Technology for Undergraduate Students. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education. ISSN 1096-3758 (Submitted)

Lin, Kuan-Wen and Stein, P and Goldblatt, Joe J (2011) New investment: an exploratory case study of three mature Edinburgh festivals and their future funding opportunities. Event Management, 15 (2). pp. 179-195. ISSN 1525-9951

Goldblatt, Joe J (2010) Special Events, A New Generation and the Next Frontier, Sixth Edition. Wiley Event Management Series . John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, NY. ISBN 047044987X

Goldblatt, Joe J and Seaman, Claire (2010) An Exploratory Study of the Total Event Immersion Motivations (TEIM) of The Gathering 2009 Guests and Participants. In: Global Events Congress IV , July 2010, Leeds. (Unpublished)

Finkel, Rebecca and Goldblatt, Joe J (2009) “Please don't stop the music”: An alternative approach to public sector evaluation and funding policies for cultural events. In: International Conference on Festival & Event Research, January 2009, Orlando, FL.

Goldblatt, Joe J (2009) An exploratory case study of how water, fire and music regenerate capital, culture and community. UK Leisure Studies Association conference proceedings. (In Press)

Goldblatt, Joe J and Finkel, Rebecca and Vorob, O (2009) Eventological theory of decision making. Journal of Siberian Federal University.

Goldblatt, Joe J and Matheson, Catherine M (2009) Volunteer recruitment and retention: an Australian-USA comparison. In: People and work in events and conventions: a research perspective. CABI, pp. 138-153. ISBN 9781845934767

Sweeney, Majella and Goldblatt, Joe J (2009) The royal opening for a new building: a case study in event communications. International Journal of Planned Events, 1 (1). pp. 3-6.

Goldblatt, Joe J and Matheson, Catherine M (2008) Convention and event volunteers. In: AEME: Partners in Delivery - Educating for Employment, 19-20 June 2008, Sheffield Hallam University.

Goldblatt, Joe J (2008) WaterFire: How water, fire and music regenerate community, capital and culture. In: Leisure Studies Association, 2008.

Goldblatt, Joe J (2007) Special Events: The Roots and Wings of Celebration. Wiley Events, 5 . John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York. ISBN 978-0-471-73831-2

Goldblatt, Joe J (2005) Sustainable tourism funding for the Greater Philadelphia Region. Other. Event Trends, Association Meetings, Washington DC.

Hu, Clark and Goldblatt, Joe J (2005) Tourism, terrorism and the new world for event leaders. e-Review of Tourism Research (eRTR), 3 (6). pp. 139-144. ISSN 1941-5842

Goldblatt, Joe J (2004) Special events: event leadership for a new world. 4th ed. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester. ISBN 978-0471450375

Goldblatt, Joe J and Perry, J (2002) Re-building the community with fire, water, and music: the WaterFire phenomenon. In: Events & Place Making. University of Technology, Sydney, Sydney, Australia, pp. 539-563.

Goldblatt, Joe J (2002) Special events : twenty-first century global event management. 3rd ed. The Wiley event management series . Wiley, New York. ISBN 0471396877

Goldblatt, Joe J and Nelson, Kathleen, eds. (2001) The international dictionary of event management. 2nd ed. Wiley event management series . John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 047139453X

Graham, Stedman and Delpy Neirotti , Lisa and Goldblatt, Joe J (2001) The ultimate guide to sports marketing. 2nd ed. McGraw-Hill. ISBN 0071361243

Goldblatt, Joe J (2000) A Comparative Analysis of Male and Female Meeting Planners and Event Managers. Journal of Convention & Exhibition Management, Volume 2, (2-3). pp. 39-43. ISSN 1094-608x

Goldblatt, Joe J (1999) Dollars & events : how to succeed in the special events business. Wiley, New York, N.Y ; Chichester . ISBN 0471249572

Goldblatt, Joe J (1997) Special events : best practices in modern event management. 2nd ed. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York ; London. ISBN 0442022077

Goldblatt, Joe J and McKibben, Carol F, eds. (1996) The dictionary of event management. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York. ISBN 0442234499

Goldblatt, Joe J and Hawkins, D.E. (1995) Event Management: Implications for Tourism Education. Tourism Recreation Research. pp. 1-20. ISSN 0250-8281

Graham, Stedman and Goldblatt, Joe J and Delpy Neirotti , Lisa (1995) The ultimate guide to sport event management and marketing. Irwin Professional, Chicago. ISBN 0786302445

Goldblatt, Joe J (1993) Event Manager. Other. Association Meetings, Washington DC.

Goldblatt, Joe J (1993) Multiculturalism: myth or reality. Festival and Event Tourism Journal.

Goldblatt, Joe J (1993) The ultimate party handbook. Talk America Publications, Boston, Massachusetts.

Goldblatt, Joe J (1990) Special events : the art and science of celebration. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York . ISBN 9780442226817

Lee, Seung-won and Goldblatt, Joe J A Comparative Analysis of the Perceived Effects of Two Economic Recessions on Event Organizations. Tourism Review International . ISSN 1544-2721 (Submitted)

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