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The main results of a report focusing on an assessment of available data on international trade in tourism for the EC indicate that: lodging and catering represents 2% of gross domestic product in the EC10; on average 3.3% of total employment is localized in lodging and catering; expenditures on...

Author(s)
Deroose, S.
Citation
Eurostat News, 1986, No. 3, pp 24-29
Abstract

International relations aspects of tourism have only fairly recently been studied. The two fields present an 'interface' of great interest both analytically and from a socio-political point of view. The implications have not, however, been sufficiently explored. The article attempts to gain deeper...

Author(s)
Magliano, G.
Citation
Affari Sociali Internazionali, 1989, 17, 1, pp 117-133
Abstract

The paper discusses the pattern of tourist activity within Europe. The period 1980-88 witnessed some major changes in tourism flows. Economic recession seriously affected European tourism, US outbound travel expanded, but Japanese travel remained static. Broad statistics, however, hide many...

Author(s)
Lickorish, J. L.
Publisher
Macmillan Publishers Ltd., London, UK
Citation
Horwath book of tourism., 1990, pp 108-127
Abstract

The EC plays a very important role in the international tourism arena and plays host to some two-thirds of the world's visitors. In addition, over 50% of its 320 million inhabitants take at least one holiday a year, with almost 25% travelling abroad. Western Europe has a dominant position in this,...

Author(s)
Hollier, R.; Subremon, A.
Publisher
Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, France
Citation
Le tourisme dans la Communauté Européenne., 1990, pp 127pp.
Abstract

A large proportion of the 400 million people who travel to other countries each year come from EC member states. This paper presents information on tourism demand within Europe and on flows between countries. The major flows are to southern Europe, the ski resorts and to central and northern...

Author(s)
Dallari, F.
Citation
QUADERNI DELL'ANIEST, 1990, No. 10, pp 93-116
Abstract

Aspects of the Single European Act which will affect tourism include free circulation of individuals, goods and capital, the integration of companies, reorganization of services, harmonization of taxation, and the introduction of advanced technology. An intensification and extension of marketing...

Author(s)
Merlo, L.
Citation
QUADERNI DELL'ANIEST, 1990, No. 10, pp 145-154
Abstract

At the beginning of the 1990s, some 700 million people lived in three widely separated parts of the developed world, the EC, the USA and Japan. They received well over one-half and generated some two-thirds of the world's international tourism. In this part of the book three articles published in ...

Author(s)
Lickorish, L. J. (et al.)
Publisher
Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Managing tourism., 1991, pp 69-103
Abstract

The political and economic changes in eastern Europe, the reunification of Germany and the imminence of the Single European Act are radically altering the scenario within which the global tourist industry operates. While tourism is one of the most significant economic activities on a global scale,...

Author(s)
Kearney, E. P.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1992, 13, 1, pp 34-36
Abstract

This paper outlines the design of a causal econometric model for world tourism. The model allows for long-term forecasts of outgoing and incoming tourism for each country considered with a special emphasis on Austria and Switzerland in a consistent international model setting. The main forecast...

Author(s)
Smeral, E.
Citation
Service Industries Journal, 1992, 12, 1, pp 60-77
Abstract

Understanding the phenomenon of tourism and formulating policy requires the consistent measurement of tourist flows and knowledge of the structure of the tourist sector. Unfortunately, the growth in tourism has not been matched by the provision of information services. The principal disadvantage of ...

Author(s)
Wanhill, S. R. C.
Publisher
Cassell Educational, London, UK
Citation
Managing and marketing services in the 1990s., 1993, pp 187-200

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