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The report aims to provide the EC Commission with data and ideas towards formulating proposals to the Council on the economic and social development and maintenance of the environment in hill and mountain areas of Europe where some 15% of the population live and large numbers go for recreation. The ...

Author(s)
Danz, W.; Henz, H. R.
Citation
Studies Collection, Regional Policy Series, EEC, 1981, No. 20, pp 90pp.
Abstract

The involvement of the European Communities in tourism is described and its tourism activities and polices explained. The Community aims to promote social, rural, and cultural tourism as well as ways of diversifying holiday dates and places to the benefit of regional development. Community...

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Tourism Management, 1985, 6, 4, pp 312-314
Abstract

Europe's diversity, natural wealth, exceptional cultural and historical heritage and high level of development make it particularly attractive to the tourist. However, the tourism sector needs to be preserved and its potential developed. This communication from the EC Commission to the Council...

Citation
Bulletin of the European Communities, 1986, Supplement No. 4/86, pp 24pp.
Abstract

This report by the Commission to the Council of European Communities outlines the economic importance of tourism to the European Communities as well as its importance for employment, and for the integration of the various countries. Ways of assisting tourism, improving its seasonal and geographical ...

Citation
COM Documents, Commission of the European Communities, 1986, No. (86)32, pp 33pp.
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The opportunities for, and possibilities of, obtaining financial assistance from the EC for tourism related projects are highlighted. As a general rule EC financial assistance for capital projects must be in part matched by public sector support. First, EC finance for tourism projects is...

Author(s)
Sabin, P.
Publisher
PTRC Education and Research Services Ltd., London, UK
Citation
Planning for tourism and tourism in developing countries. Proceedings of Seminars B and F held at the PTRC Summer Annual Meeting, University of Sussex, England, 14-17 July, 1986., 1986, pp 31-38
Abstract

Where there is little or no industrial or agricultural base, and no exploitable resource, tourism may make a significant contribution to the economy of a developing country. The EC provides aid to developing countries in three areas, the southern Mediterranean, Asia and Latin America, and Africa,...

Author(s)
Lee, G. P.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1987, 8, 1, pp 2-19
Abstract

Tourism is estimated to account for more than 4% of the gross domestic product of the European Community of Ten. This article focuses on the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), a financial instrument established in 1975 and used in implementing a community regional policy. The ERDF provides...

Author(s)
Pearce, D. G.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1988, 9, 1, pp 13-22
Abstract

Tourist activity is growing in all countries of Europe; however, if it grows to the same extent in all countries there is going to be a problem of space for these whose coastal or mountain regions are already saturated with tourists. The only available space for this increase in tourism seems...

Author(s)
Thibal, S.
Citation
Study, European Campaign for the Countryside Council of Europe, 1988, No.2, pp 38pp.
Abstract

Tourism has contributed, and is still contributing substantially, to the growth of income and employment in Southern Europe and in other Mediterranean regions. However, recent evidence suggests that tourism is losing its momentum as a force of economic convergence. The paper attempts to answer a...

Author(s)
Yannopoulos, G. N.
Citation
Journal of Regional Policy, 1988, 8, 3, pp 333-356
Abstract

An international seminar on Tourism and integrated planning policy was held in Limassol, Cyprus, on 1-2 September 1989 to consider ways and means of promoting environment friendly tourism in the context of integrated planning policies. A series of 13 recommendations were drawn up, each in the...

Publisher
Committee for the Development of Sport, Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France
Citation
Seminar: tourism and intergrated planning policy, Limassol, (Cyprus), 1-2 September 1989., 1989, pp 2pp.

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