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Comments on a new report on New York State's ski industry are presented. Carried out by the Commerce Department and based on questionnaires sent to major operating ski areas, the report provides data, covers details recent developments within the ski industry, describes how high insurance premiums...

Author(s)
Goldfarb, K. J.
Citation
Ski Area Management, 1987, 26, 4, pp 38-44
Abstract

The European Travel Commission (ETC) is responsible for the worldwide promotion overseas of Europe as a tourist destination. This report recounts the public relation-, consumer advertising-, market research- and trade promotion-activities of the ETC for 1995. Markets discussed include: the USA;...

Publisher
Paris, France
Citation
Annual Report - European Travel Commission, 1995, No. 1995, pp 32 pp.
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Author(s)
Fossen, A.
Publisher
Norsk Institutt for Landbruksøkonomisk Forskning, Oslo, Norway
Citation
NILF - Rapport, 1995, No. 5, pp 162 pp.
Abstract

The activities of the European Union (EU) (from 1994-95) and the published work of UK-based associations, government bodies, analysts and consultants (from 1990-95) in the field of hospitality and tourism, are reviewed. The relative influence of the EU in gaining wider recognition for hospitality...

Author(s)
Costa, J.; Eccles, G.
Publisher
Cassell plc, London, UK
Citation
New directions in hospitality and tourism: annual review of hospitality and tourism trends., 1997, pp 11-19
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Publisher
Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Trendrapport toerisme 1996/'97., 1997, pp 124 pp.
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English Nature's response to the UK government's consultation paper on tourism and sustainability is presented. A number of issues are raised including: the policy framework itself; tourism as an instrument for change; managing visitor flows; transport realities; planning imperatives; sustainable...

Publisher
English Nature, Peterborough, UK
Citation
Tourism - towards sustainability: a consultation paper from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on sustainable tourism in the UK. English Nature's response., 1998, pp 13 pp.
Abstract

The impact of the peace process on the tourist industry in the three countries of Egypt, Jordan and the West Bank is assessed. Part 1 provides an overall regional perspective on the impact of the peace process on these markets as one destination and examines the impact of the Euro-Mediterranean...

Publisher
United Nations, New York, USA
Citation
The impact of the peace process on trade in services: the tourism sector in the ESCWA region, case-studies of Egypt, Jordan, and the West Bank and Gaza Strip., 1998, pp ix + 73 pp.
Abstract

This project paper is based on qualitative information gathered through interviews with state officials, representatives from different NGOs, private entrepreneurs and residents in Kunene and Grongo regions and in Warmquelle community in Namibia, 1997. Another important source has been reports from ...

Author(s)
Lundgren, H.
Publisher
Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences) International Office, Uppsala, Sweden
Citation
Minor Field Studies - International Office, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, 1999, No. 82, pp 71 pp.
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Visits to over 6 164 tourist attractions in the UK during 1998 are documented. The various attractions are grouped into historic properties, gardens, museums and art galleries, wildlife attractions, and other attractions such as country parks and steam railways and statistics by attraction and by ...

Author(s)
Hanna, M.
Publisher
English Tourism Council, London, UK
Citation
Sightseeing in the UK: 1998., 1999, pp 79 pp.
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Tourism trends in Indian are described. The importance of Europe as a major source of arrivals is noted. The investment potential for international hotel firms given this pattern of growth is discussed. The important role that the Indian government has played in either encouraging or constraining...

Author(s)
McVey, M.; King, B.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1999, No. 2, pp 65-86

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