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  • John, Swarbrooke; Susan, Horner (2015-11-05)
    The book has been structured in, what we hope the reader will agree, is a logical manner. In Part One, the authors define business travel and tourism and talk a little about its historical development. They identify the ...
  • Trefor, Jones (2015-11-05)
    Firms are major economic institutions in market economies. They come in all shapes and sizes, but have the following common characteristics: g Owners. g Managers. g Objectives. g Apoolofresources(labour,physicalcapi ...
  • Victor, Middleton (2015-11-05)
    Demand for domestic and international travel has been increasing rapidly among the British population over the last half-century. From the summer season attractions ofseaside resorts in the 1950s to modern gap year ...
  • Allan, Williams; Anton, Micallef (2015-11-05)
    T his book on beach management was wri�en in order to provide a counterbalance to the many excellent books associated with beach management that emphasize coastal engineering and the variety of techniques associated ...
  • David, O’Connor (2015-11-05)
    Since the dawn of civilization, people have groped for answers to the basic economic questions of what, how, and for whom to produce. How people chose to answer these universal questions shaped the course of history, ...
  • Kevin, Hannam; Irena, Ateljevic (2015-11-05)
    This is the second volume of the ongoing research programme on backpacking developed by the Backpacker Research Group (BRG) of the Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS). The BRG aims to act as a platform ...
  • Anne, Graham; Peter, forsyth (2015-11-05)
    It may not be immediately obvious why three academics from different parts of the world (namely United Kingdom, Greece and Australia) would want to join forces in editing this book. The answer is very simple. We have ...
  • Myra, Shackley (2015-11-05)
    The geography of travel and tourism as it is taught today is destination-focused, with students able to avail themselves of excellent textbooks which examine the geography of demand and present a balanced view of des-tination ...
  • Medina, Lasansky; Brian, McLaren (2015-11-04)
    The humanistic and social scientific study of tourism has an intriguing history. The largest peacetime movement of human beings in human history and a leisure time activity of the vast majority of academics, tourism, ...
  • Leonard, Lickorish; Carson, Jenkins (2015-11-04)
    Tourism is now recognized as being an economic activity of global significance. As the importance of the activity has increased, so too has the attention given to it by governments, organizations in both the public ...
  • Nigel, Morgan; Annette, Pritchard (2015-11-03)
    Advertising bombards us every day – from commercials on television and radio, to advertising on buses and billboards, in magazines and on the Internet – and there is an increasing amount of advertising masquerading as ...
  • Ralf, Buckley (2015-11-03)
    Adventure tour operations change continually, and certainly faster than any one author can keep checking them. Information in the case studies and elsewhere in this volume has been compiled from a variety of written and ...
  • Alvaro, Matias; Peter, Nijkamp; Manuela, Sarmento (2015-11-03)
    With the advent of rising mobility and leisure time together with a structural ten- dency for declining airfares, tourism has become a sector of major significance in modern economies. There is a wealth of literature on the ...
  • Alan, Lew (2015-11-03)

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