Michael J. Hatton


Michael Hatton is Vice President Academic at Humber College Institute in Toronto, Canada. He has authored, co-authored and edited a variety of publications and papers. Examples include Corporations and Directors: Comparing the Profit and Not-for-Profit Sectors, Community-Based Tourism in the Asia Pacific, International Handbook of Lifelong Learning (with Aspin, Chapman and Sawano), Cost-Benefit Analysis and Industrial Training: A Case for Minimizing Objectives (with Holland) and Lightweight Camping: A Four Seasons Source Book. Dr. Hatton’s research interests include international development, community-based tourism, and corporations and directors.

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