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Networks spanning public and private sectors are increasingly important in shaping tourism planning and development. In many destinations, the formal and informal relationships between local government and industry have a considerable effect on the capacity of the destination to harness these...
Adventure tourism is a rapidly expanding tourism market segment. It is suggested that adventure travel and its related expenditure contribute $220 billion annually to the US economy alone ( http://www.adventuretravel.com/seminar_home.htm ). However, recent high-profile tragedies in adventure...
The present study was conducted with the purpose of determining and comparing the images of Rwanda as a tourist destination as perceived by visitors and as projected by international tour operators. The employed instruments consisted of two independent, but in their main parts, identical...
To advance understanding of Special Interest Tourism (SIT), this paper will explore the complexities of this phenomenon in the early 21st century. First, a look at what is “out there”, both from a supply and demand perspective, will serve to paint a broad picture at macro-level. The paper...
How do multiple organizations make important decisions jointly and link such decisions together to form hospitality-related strategies? The article demonstrates an historical application of mapping strategic thinking in renewing an existing enterprise where the renewal process includes the...
Information about current and forecast levels of tourism and its contribution to the economy is important for policy making by businesses and governments. Traditional forecasting methods can provide reasonable forecasts in the context of predictable changes. However, forecasting becomes...
As American convention and visitors bureaus (CVBs) passed the turn of the new millennium, advancements in information technology (IT) have made possible approaches to improve communication, coordination, and collaboration that were previously unimagined. Using a case study methodology this study...
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