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Abstract

Tourism and the world economy, tourist traffic between countries, tourism and employment opportunities, investment criteria and cost-benefit analysis, and the impact of shifts in purchasing power on international tourism are discussed.

Author(s)
Jager, A. K. de
Publisher
Nederland Wetenschappelijk Instituut voor Toerisme en Rekreatie., Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Toerisme en ekonomie., 1980, pp 130pp.
Abstract

The promotion of tourism in the Netherlands, the extent to which tourism is encouraged and the forms which this takes are discussed.

Publisher
Breda., Netherlands
Citation
Nederland als vakantie land; symposium ter gelegenheid van het 10-jarig N.R.I.T. bestaan., 1980, pp 93pp.
Abstract

A theoretical approach is used to estimate the regional economic importance of tourism and recreation for the Netherlands. The importance of the sector for the national and regional production sectors is examined. The amount and structure of infrastructure and facilities are analyzed as well as the ...

Publisher
Breda., Netherlands
Citation
De regionaal-economische benadering van toerisme en recreatie., 1980, pp 55pp.
Abstract

Research on the functions performed by the VVV (Tourist) organization in Drenthe province, the Netherlands, and on the future roles of the organization is reported.

Publisher
Breda., Netherlands
Citation
Drentse VVV-wezen; wegwezen of wegwijzen; een studie naar de taken en toekomstige structuur van het VVV-wezen., 1979, pp 102pp.
Abstract

This examination, based on an ANWB investigation, makes the primary criticism that tourist routes contribute very little to people's appreciation of their own landscape. The route information leads to dulling and alienation of personal initiative. Recreational policy should aim at creating...

Author(s)
Boer, H. de; Coeterier, F.
Citation
Wonen TA/BK, 1979, 18, September, pp 12-18
Abstract

In 1972 the development of the Grevelingemeer project increased mobility and accessibility, leading to an increase in tourism (both day and residential). In the 1980s a similar development is expected for the Oosterschelde project (the building of a new stormwall). Recreation and accomodation...

Citation
Recreatie, 1979, 17, 7, pp 165-175
Abstract

Many different business concerns are involved in residential tourism (transport, banks, shops etc.). But as tourist trade is dependent on seasons it will influence temporary labour market to a greater extent than permanent labour market. In the future, the problems in industrial labour...

Author(s)
Schipper, C. de
Citation
Recreatie, 1979, 17, 7, pp 160-163
Abstract

A few conclusions from a report, compiled at the request of the national tourist organizations of the countries of the European Community, on the importance of tourism. Deals with employment, influence on the balance of payments and inland tourism.

Author(s)
Oosten, P. van
Citation
Recreatievoorzieningen, 1979, 11, 6, pp p.334
Abstract

Report of a NWITR project study in which the possible friction, and its nature in the relationship between tourist recreational information officers and tourist recreational journalists is examined.

Publisher
Netherlands Scientific Institute for Tourism and Recreation., Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Journalist en voorlichter in toerisme en recreatie., 1979, pp 121pp.
Abstract

The article is based upon an account published under the auspices of the State Secretary for Economic Matters. Surprisingly, the Dutch government has given no clear outlook on the development of tourism in the Netherlands since a 1962 account, and this has affected the possibility of managing the...

Citation
Recreatie, 1979, 17, 6, pp 150-154

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