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This issue of Naturopa is devoted to the environmental impact of leisure and tourism. The aim is find solutions which will avert the risks of damage not only to nature but also to society and, in the long term, to the economy. Short articles cover the major impacts on water, air, soil, plants,...

Author(s)
Hamele, H. (et al.)
Citation
Naturopa, 1988, No. 59, pp 30pp.
Abstract

Various reports focus on conference tourism in selected destinations. The first, on East Berlin (pp.22-26), takes a look at the city's important role in the conference tourism business and at its wide range of conference facilities and services. Secondly, a series of articles (pp.27-40) investigate ...

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TW, Tagungs-Wirtschaft, 1989, 13, 6, pp 22-40, 51-66, 75-98
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When it comes to environmental issues, the airline industry, because it is so visible and so audible, suffers from an undeservedly poor public image. It is important, therefore, that the airline industry is seen as being pro-actively 'green'. The paper discusses the environmental programmes...

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IATA Review, 1990, No. 3, pp 12-17
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Foreign tourism in Greece is affected by seasonality with intense concentration in summer. The research note aims to briefly discuss the foreign tourism seasonality of the Greek islands in order to examine the possibility of extending the tourism season. This is accomplished by estimating the...

Author(s)
Donatos, G.; Zairis, P.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1991, 18, 3, pp 515-519
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After consistent growth throughout the 1980s, Sweden's foreign visitor arrivals and foreign exchange earnings fell in 1990. Already perceived as an expensive destination, the situation has been exacerbated by the introduction of value added tax. The market is dominated by visitors from Norway and...

Author(s)
Bywater, M.
Citation
International Tourism Reports, 1991, No. 3, pp 41-55
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The paper studies monthly accommodation data for visitors from five countries: the USA, Germany (formerly West Germany), Norway, Denmark and Finland, to Sweden in the period 1978-93. The focus is on the dynamic response of guest-night numbers to changes in the relative destination price level,...

Author(s)
Hultkrantz, L.
Citation
Tourism Economics, 1995, 1, 4, pp 357-374
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An analysis of the package holiday market in Europe is conducted with a view to establish whether this initial driver of mass overseas holiday travel is running out of steam. The package holiday industry has proved remarkably resilient but there are indications that it may have reached a plateau in ...

Author(s)
Bray, R.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1996, No. 4, pp 51-71
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The article examines the concept and main characteristics of the European Cultural Itineraries (ECI) Project, supported by the Council of Europe and other international organizations and countries. The project is specifically aimed at fostering a European identity and a sense of community spirit,...

Author(s)
Hitrec, T.
Citation
Turizam, 1996, 44, 3, pp 47-60
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Health tourism is considered to be one of the most dynamic segments of the tourism market at the beginning of the 21st century. This reflects the increasing concern of consumers with issues relating to preservation of health, beauty treatments, and maintaining body and soul. The health tourism...

Author(s)
Kiss, K.; Török, P.
Publisher
Magyar Turizmus Rt., Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Turizmus Bulletin, 2001, 5, 3, pp 7-14
Abstract

Estimates of U.S. demand for travel to Western Europe (including the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Austria and Denmark) are calculated using a gradual switching regression procedure (GSRP) based on the U.S. annual data of visits from 1960-85. The two benefits of this procedure...

Author(s)
Gallet, C. A.; Braun, B. M.
Publisher
Pergamon Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 2001, 28, 2, pp 503-507

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