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The conference concentrated on the implications of the single European Market for the UK tourist industry. Following papers on the European Community structure, the effect of the Single Market on the economies within the Community and on individual wealth, the implications for employment,...

Publisher
Kingley Conferences, London, UK
Citation
1992 and the travel industry, [Proceedings of conference held 1-2 Febuary, London, UK, 2 volumes]., 1989,
Abstract

The paper is concerned with identifying the implications of the Single European Act on tourism and hospitality training and education. The challenges and problems resulting from European harmonization are outlined, together with a brief discussion of comparative training frameworks currently...

Author(s)
Cooper, C.; Shepherd, R.; Westlake, J.
Publisher
Centre for Travel and Tourism, Houghton Le Spring, UK
Citation
Tourism in Europe: the 1992 conference, 8-10 July 1992, Durham, UK., 1992, pp C.1-C.5
Abstract

This report provides an economic analysis of the UK airline industry, which has suffered heavy losses as a result of the global recession and the Gulf War. Current signs are that the industry is slowly beginning to recover. Yet growth has been stimulated by fare cuts and price wars, and left many...

Citation
Leisure Intelligence, 1994, 3, pp 1-28
Abstract

This article deals with UK companies adopting European Union International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and raises issues for UK companies in the hospitality sector. The first section explains the timing and scope of IFRS, the 2nd section explains the major impact that the introduction of...

Author(s)
Milburn, R.; Coxon, N.
Publisher
PricewaterhouseCoopers, London, UK
Citation
Hospitality Directions - Europe Edition, 2004, No.9, pp 1-11
Abstract

The perspectives for new functions for rural areas in Europe are investigated. The study focuses on four possible new functions: water production; pluriactivity on farms; recreation and tourism; and new rural residential options. Maps are compiled for potential new use functions in the EU. The...

Author(s)
Klundert, A. F. van de; Dietvorst, A. G. J.; Os, J. van
Publisher
Wageningen, Netherlands
Citation
Rapport - Staring Centrum, Instituut voor Onderzoek van het Landelijk Gebied, 1994, No. 354, pp 195 pp.
Abstract

The United Kingdom constitutes the principal tourist source market for Spain. This research note analyzes the immediate impact of the Brexit on British tourism in Spain using the Bayesian structural time series models framework. The results obtained show that between July 2016 and September 2017,...

Author(s)
Perles-Ribes, J. F.; Ramón-Rodríguez, A. B.; Ortuño-Padilla, A.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, 2019, 60, 2, pp 97-103
Abstract

The paper presents the results of a survey carried out at nine out of fourteen National Park (NP) Authorities in Great Britain in April and May 2008. The NP management plans are either ready or at the stage of preparation. The NP staff consists of not just environmentalists - the share of employees ...

Author(s)
Ginalski, A.
Publisher
Board of National Parks - Bialowieza National Park, Bialowieza, Poland
Citation
Parki Narodowe i Rezerwaty Przyrody, 2010, 29, 1, pp 79-92
Abstract

In considering the way tourism can be organized, the article examines the systems of two countries, France and the UK, with brief references to the USA, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and Australia, and those of two regions, the EC and the Caribbean. The key to success lies, clearly, in the...

Author(s)
Owen, C.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1992, 13, 4, pp 358-362
Abstract

The promotion and regulation of a variety of sectors at both national and transnational levels have been seen as profoundly influenced by the behaviour of interest groups. Yet little is known about what impact interest groups exert upon public policy in the field of tourism. Through case studies...

Author(s)
Greenwood, J.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1993, 14, 5, pp 335-348
Abstract

The results are presented of a comparative study of credit allocated from EU structural funds to tourism development in rural areas of four European countries during the period 1989-93: France, Germany, Spain and the UK. For each country, the importance, concept and current situation regarding ...

Author(s)
Elizalde Lasheras, F. J.
Citation
Estudios Turísticos, 1994, No. 122, pp 53-71

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