Focuses on the information needs of hospitality managers in thecontext of increasing European integration. Notes that any gainsassociated with the completion of the Single European Market will notmaterialize unless there are adequate sources of information availableto firms a point recognized by the European Commission and each of theEuropean Communitys member states. Briefly discusses recent surveyswhich have identified British managers awareness of Europeandevelopments. Reviews a range of sources of information official, nonofficial, commercial and noncommercial availableto hospitality managers. Concludes by pointing to a shortfall inindustryspecific literature which might hinder the ability ofhospitality businesses to respond effectively to the new challengingenvironment.
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 1, 1992