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Sally Driml

Lecturer in Tourism Management at The University of Queensland

About Me

Sally’s current research interests in tourism draw on a background in economics and environmental economics and experience in government in developing environmental policy and managing natural environments that are also tourism destinations. She is currently undertaking research on the economic impacts of protected areas and of wildlife attractions. Sally has recently published on the economic value of tourism to national parks and on issues for tourism investment in Australia. Sally holds a Bachelor of Science (Honors) from Griffith University, Master in Science from the University of Queensland and PhD from Australian National University.

Courses and Programs taught by Sally Driml