Handbook Of Tourism Economics

Author: Professor and Head of the Department of Economics Clement A Tisdell
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814513806
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Handbook Of Tourism Economics from the Author: Professor and Head of the Department of Economics Clement A Tisdell. "Handbook of Tourism Economics: Analysis, New Applications and Case Studies" provides an up-to-date, concise and readable coverage of the most important topics in tourism economics. It pays attention to relevant traditional topics in tourism economics as well as exciting emerging topics in this field — topics which are expected to be of continuing importance. In doing this, it takes account of advances in economic thought, analysis and applied methods. Contributions provide applications of economic analysis to tourism policy and constructive assessment of contemporary thought about tourism economics. The handbook includes several in-depth case studies such as the contribution of tourism to economic development in selected countries including China, India, Japan and Australia, Portugal and Fiji. Coming from diverse countries (both industrialised and developing) and established in the field of tourism economics, travel and management, many of the contributors have been consultants to governments, private organisations, and international bodies, including the UN World Tourism Organisation, the OECD and UNEP. Experts contributing to this volume include the President of the International Association of Tourism Economics, as well as its Secretary-General, the Secretary-General of the Tourism Research Centre (Association of Tourism Research Institutes), the Founder-Fellow of the International Academy for the Study of Tourism and the former Director of the UK's Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (CSERGE).Contents: "An Overview: "Overview of Tourism Economics "(Clement Tisdell)""The Demand for Touring: "Tourism Demand Models: Concepts and Theories "(Sarath Divisekera)"Empirical Estimation of Tourism Demand Models: A Review "(Sarath Divisekera)"Tourism Market Segmentation: A Step by Step Guide "(Sara Dolnicar)"Tourism Demand in Singapore: Estimating Neighbourhood Effects "(Habibullah Khan and Tan Tat Teck, Francis)"Demand and Cost Consequences of Violence Affecting Domestic Tourism: An Indian Case Study "(Kunal Chattopadhyay)""The Supply of Tourist Services: "The Internationalisation Process of Tourism Firms: The Case of the Hotel Sector "(Zélia Breda and Carlos Costa)"The Lodging Sector and the Global Economy: China's Hotel Industry in International Context "(Liang Larry Yu and Huimin Gu)"Travel and Tourism Intermediaries: Their Changing Role "(Nevenka Čavlek)"The Importance of the Air Transport Sector for Tourism "(Andreas Papatheodorou and Petros Zenelis)"Technical Progress in Transport and the Tourism Area Life Cycle "(Andrew Kato and James Mak)""Studies of Particular Segments of the Tourist Industry: "The Nature and Development of Visitor Attractions "(Stephen Wanhill)"Travelling for Treatment: The Emergence of a Medical Tourist Industry "(Grace Lordan)"Education Tourism "(LA Duhs)"The Business of Amusement Parks: Their Development and Operation "(Stephen Wanhill)"Cruise Tourism "(Adrian O Bull)"Beach, Sun and Surf Tourism "(Neil Lazarow, Mike Raybould and David Anning)""Cost-Benefit Analysis, Public Economics and Tourism: "Tourism Projects and Cost-Benefit Analysis "(Norbert Vanhove)"Public Economics and the Assessment of Tourism Developments and Policies "(Clement Tisdell and Clevo Wilson)"Beaches as Societal Assets: Council Expenditures, Recreational Returns, and Climate Change "(Boyd Dirk Blackwell, Mike Raybould and Neil Lazarow)""Inter-Industry Features of Tourism, Tourism Satellite Accounts: "

Understanding Tropical Coastal And Island Tourism Development

Author: Klaus Meyer-Arendt
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317645588
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Understanding Tropical Coastal And Island Tourism Development from the Author: Klaus Meyer-Arendt. This volume contains a collection of articles that include both case studies and theoretical insights applicable to the tourism development challenges of tropical coastal and island destinations throughout the world. Topics include the shortcoming of (eco)tourism in Madagascar, collaboration theory and successful multi-stakeholder partnerships on Indonesian resort islands, resilience theory and development pressures on a Malaysian island, results and implications of a detailed survey of cruise passengers in Colombia, perceptions of underdevelopment as limiting factors in Costa Rica, and conflicts of perception and reality through the literary myths of Pitcairn Island. This book was published as a special issue of Tourism Geographies.

Constructing Cultural Tourism

Author: Prof. Keith Hanley
Publisher: Channel View Publications
ISBN: 9781845412067
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Constructing Cultural Tourism from the Author: Prof. Keith Hanley. This book is an interdisciplinary collaboration between a literary critic and cultural historian, which examines and recovers a radical and still urgent challenge to the industrialisation of cultural tourism from the work of John Ruskin. Ruskin exerted a formative influence on the definition and development of cultural tourism which was probably as significant as that, for example, of his contemporary Thomas Cook. The book assesses Ruskin’s overall influence on the development of national and international tourism in the context of pre-existing expectations about tourism flows and cultural capital and alongside parallel and intersecting trends of the time; examines Ruskin’s contribution to the tourist agenda at all social levels; and discusses Ruskin’s significance for current debates in tourism studies, especially questions of the place of the ‘canon’ of traditional European cultural tourism in a post-modern tourist setting, and the various incarnations of ‘heritage tourism’.

Beyond Backpacker Tourism

Author: Dr. Kevin Hannam
Publisher: Channel View Publications
ISBN: 1845411900
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Beyond Backpacker Tourism from the Author: Dr. Kevin Hannam. Building on previous work on backpacking, this book takes the analysis of backpacker tourism further by engaging both with new theoretical debates into tourism experiences and mobilities as well as with new empirical phenomena such as the rise of the ‘flashpacker’ and alternative destinations. Chapters include material on flashpacking, the virtualization of backpacker culture, the re-conceptualisation of lifestyle travellers, backpackers as volunteer tourists, as well as backpackers' experiences of hostels, mobilities and their policy implications. It sets a new benchmark for the study of independent travel in the contemporary world.

Critical Debates In Tourism

Author: Tej Vir Singh
Publisher: Channel View Publications
ISBN: 1845413423
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Critical Debates In Tourism from the Author: Tej Vir Singh. The book is a landmark volume which examines perplexing tourism debates such as the relevance of mass tourism, climate change, authenticity, tourism and poverty and slow tourism. Multidisciplinary in content, it covers applied aspects of sociology, anthropology, humanities and biosciences. The book is unique in its presentation and style and will be an essential resource for scholars, academics and practitioners.

Marine Environmental Governance

Author: Erika Techera
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136637389
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Marine Environmental Governance from the Author: Erika Techera. Marine Environmental Governance: From International Law to Local Practice considers the relationship between international environmental law and community-based management of marine areas. Focusing on small island states, in which indigenous populations have to a large extent continued to maintain traditional lifestyles, this book takes up the question of how indigenous customary law and state-based legislation can be reconciled in the implementation of international environmental law. Including a range of case studies, as well as detailed comparative analysis, it pursues an interdisciplinary approach to legal pluralism 'in practice' that will be of considerable interest to environmental lawyers, legal anthropologists, conservation biologists and those working in the area of community-based conservation.