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One of the major changes recently noted in the evolution of world tourism demand seems to be represented by the shift from sun and beach holidays to more active and special interest ones. This trend will affect some destinations more than others. There will be losers and winners.
Sponsored by the World Travel & Tourism Council WTTC 1, the World Travel & Tourism Environment Research Centre WTTERC is an independent research unit launched in September 1991 by the Hon. Michael Howard Q.C, M.P, then UK Secretary of State for Employment. The initiative reflects the growing...
Unberhrbar ist der Ruf nach Ethik in allen Lebensbereichen, auch in der Wirtschaft Ethik kommt als Krisenreflexion auf den Weg, meinte einmal M. Riedel 1979, S. 8. Als Krisen knnen wir die zunehmend komplexer werdenden Probleme touristisch bedingter kologischer, sozialer und individueller...
To measure the economic impact of tourism several indicators are mentioned in the literature. Variables which are mentioned very often are Expenditure, income, employment, foreign exchange earnings, tax receipts, investments, social benefits, tourism multiplier, etc...
Today's society contains an extensive service sector, both in terms of the individual and the public at large. Development work within the service sector has, so far, been carried out on a rather small scale compared to the efforts made on behalf of trade and industry to create new products. The...
The importance of accurate forecasts of tourism demand for managerial decision making is widely recognized see, for example, Archer 1987, and this study examines the literature on the accuracy of tourism forecasts generated by different forecasting techniques. In fact, although there are many...
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