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Until 1980 a national inventory of caravan site opportunity for Wales had not been produced, although the Wales Tourist Board had twice attempted one during the 1970s. This paper attempts to outline how such an inventory was produced using primarily public health and planning authority data. The...

Author(s)
Fidgeon, P. R.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1983, 4, 3, pp 199-208
Abstract

The study evaluates the most commonly adopted method (proportional multiplier analysis) used to quantify the economic benefits provided to host communities through the spending of tourists. The evaluation of proportional multiplier analysis focuses on two complementary aspects. The first is a...

Author(s)
Vaughan, D. R.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts International. A, Humanities and Social Sciences, 1989, 49, 8, pp p.2327
Abstract

The development and application of a methodology for the environmental impact assessment of tourism projects are reported. The background literature on tourism related impacts and the wider problems of environmental impact assessment, including issues associated with measurement are reviewed. The...

Author(s)
Green, H.; Hunter, C.; Moore, B.
Citation
International Journal of Environmental Studies, 1989, 35, 1/2, pp 51-62
Abstract

The article reports on the development and application of a methodology for the environmental impact assessment of tourism projects. It reviews the background literature on tourism-related impacts and the wider problems of environmental impact assessment, including issues associated with...

Author(s)
Green, H.; Hunter, C.; Moore, B.; Wheeller, B. (et al.)
Citation
Tourism Management, 1990, 11, 2, pp 111-122
Abstract

The ever increasing debate on tourism's role in the UK economy and its potential for the development of a wide range of local economies is placing new demands on available sources of information. The paper seeks to explore the increasing demand for more local and regional tourism statistics, and...

Author(s)
Shaw, G.; Williams, A.; Greenwood, J.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1990, 11, 3, pp 247-251
Abstract

The paper focuses on assessing the effectiveness of national destination advertising. The promotional budget of many national tourist organizations, including that of Ireland, places a heavy emphasis on consumer advertising. The background of Ireland's advertising campaigns in 1989-90 is traced and ...

Author(s)
Tuite, C.
Publisher
European Society for Opinion and Marketing Research (ESOMAR), Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Seminar on travel and tourism in transition: the research challenge, Dublin (Ireland) 29th-31st May 1991., 1991, pp 197-204
Abstract

The aim of this paper is to establish the role of tourism in Scotland and its current development. The analysis is part of a wider study to identify an appropriate methodology for researching European visitors to Scotland. The following four areas are addressed: the volume and value of ...

Author(s)
Taylor, L.; Allardyce, M.; Macpherson, N.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1992, 13, 1, pp 50-55
Abstract

Understanding the phenomenon of tourism and formulating policy requires the consistent measurement of tourist flows and knowledge of the structure of the tourist sector. Unfortunately, the growth in tourism has not been matched by the provision of information services. The principal disadvantage of ...

Author(s)
Wanhill, S. R. C.
Publisher
Cassell Educational, London, UK
Citation
Managing and marketing services in the 1990s., 1993, pp 187-200
Abstract

The book examines the role played by the planning system in influencing the way in which the UK countryside is used for outdoor recreation. The central theme is the way in which planning concepts and ideology have featured in rural recreation provision. Chapter two examines the information needs of ...

Author(s)
Groome, D.
Publisher
Avebury, Aldershot, Hampshire, UK
Citation
Planning and rural recreation in Britain., 1993, pp xviii + 346pp.
Abstract

Traditionally, economists have distrusted consumers' stated preferences, including responses to the willingness to pay (WTP) questions of contingent valuation methods (CVM). Their instinct is to measure preferences as revealed in actual choices to purchase goods and services, where the trade-off is ...

Author(s)
Bergin, J.; Price, C.
Citation
Landscape Research, 1994, 19, 1, pp 21-23

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