Jeroen Oskam was born in Rotterdam. He obtained his PhD cum laude from the Universiteit van Amsterdam (1992). He has worked at different universities and hotel and tourism schools in the Netherlands and in Spain.
Jeroen’s current research focuses on the future of hospitality, with recent scenario studies on topics as OTAs and urban vacation rentals. His latest books are Innovation in Hospitality Education (Springer, 2018), The Future of Airbnb and the 'Sharing Economy'. The Collaborative Consumption of Our Cities (Channelview, 2019) and The Overtourism Debate: NIMBY, Nuisance, Commodification (Emerald, 2020).
Jeroen’s current research interest are Strategic Foresight and sociocultural sustainability of hospitality and tourism.