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The first study of the capacity utilization of tourist facilities in the Nordic countries, finished in 1979 (NU A 1979:13), was based on statistical data from 1976 and 1977 and gave tourist authorities a statistical foundation for use in investment planning and marketing. The purpose of this second ...

Publisher
Helsinki, Finland
Citation
Capacity utilization of tourist facilities in the Nordic countries in 1981., 1983, pp 24pp.
Abstract

In 1960, almost 13 000 tourists visited Iceland. By 1973, the number had reached 74 000 and by 1980, fallen to 66 000. Between 1984-86, tourist numbers increased from 85 000 to 113 600, of which the largest increase was among Germans, who in 1986 numbered 13 600. The article looks at tourism...

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Touristik & Verkehr, 1987, No. 4, pp 31-33
Abstract

Five articles focus on tourism, notably business and conference tourism, in Scandinavia. On business in Oslo and Stockholm: metropoles on the fringe of Europe (Emonts, p.9) looks at the role of Norway and Sweden in the international business tourism market and the increasing volume of business...

Author(s)
Emonts, K. (et al.)
Citation
Geschäftsreise, 1989, 22, 11, pp 9-15
Abstract

Iceland's tourism industry is very small; just 129 000 arrivals in 1988, but visitors are increasingly attracted by the unspoilt country and the unpolluted environment and arrival numbers have shown 70% growth in the last decade. Tourism's contribution to the country's economy is also growing...

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International Tourism Reports, 1989, No. 4, pp 28-48
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The report contains several articles on Iceland as an international conference and incentive tourism destination. Lasting impressions are guaranteed (pp. 67-70) provides a brief overview of international tourism to Iceland and of the country's tourist attractions, and discusses the importance of...

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TW, Tagungs-Wirtschaft, 1993, 17, 4, pp 67-73
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This paper focuses on the decline of a major and dominating industry, the North Atlantic fishery, and the role which an emergent alternative, tourism, can play in supporting economic restructuring in remote and peripheral regions where the ties to the traditional economy are strong, structural and...

Author(s)
Baum, T.
Citation
Current Issues in Tourism, 1999, 2, 1, pp 47-67
Abstract

Comparative methodologies are discussed with particular reference to the lesson-drawing techniques outlined by R. Rose, Glasgow: Centre for the Study of Public Policy, 1991. Lesson-drawing is applied in a comparative study of the tourist industry in the North Atlantic including the Isle of Man,...

Author(s)
Baum, T.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1999, 20, 5, pp 627-633
Abstract

The concept of nordicity is described and the potentials for tourism in the Arctic region (including Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia, Finland and Russia) are discussed. Four zones of recreational activities can be distinguished, including the Arctic Ocean (potential for tours to...

Author(s)
Hamelin, L. E.
Citation
Téoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme, 1999, 18, 2, pp 4-9
Abstract

The efforts that have been made during the 1990s to develop new methods to analyse tourism and tourism-related employment, standardise and ensure the relevance of tourism statistics systems, increase consistency between the various systems in place at an international level, and create awareness...

Publisher
Paris, France
Citation
Measuring the role of tourism in OECD economies: the OECD manual on tourism satellite accounts and employment., 2000, pp 270 pp.
Abstract

The main reasons why tourists travel to Iceland are the scenery and the sporting dimension, but attention is also paid to culture. Here, however, a new development has become apparent: the increasing attractiveness of regional museums. Landscape and culture are combined here in a specific way;...

Author(s)
Willhardt, J.
Publisher
Lucius & Lucius Verslagsgesellschaft mbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tourismus Journal, 2000, 4, 2, pp 235-248

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