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The report examines the results of a survey of foreign tourists visiting Spain between December 1980 and January 1981. The travel habits and attitudes of these tourists during the previous three years were surveyed in detail, including motivation, behaviour patterns before and during the trip,...

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Estudios Turisticos, 1981, 70/71, pp 41-196
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A summary is presented of a 350-page report with 200 statistical tables which resulted from a survey of European visitors to Latin America in 1983/84. The South American countries are listed in order of popularity, and the average duration of visits to each country by tourists from each European...

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Estrada, G. Z.
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Estudios Turísticos, 1985, No. 88, pp 37-50
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International fairs and exhibitions attracted 40 000 Spaniards abroad in 1986, making this an important sector of the tourist industry. Spain's entry into the EC and the ensuing need for greater competitivity will ensure that an increasing number of Spanish businessmen will participate in or visit...

Author(s)
Escudero, D.
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Agent Travel, 1987, 1, 4, pp 25-30
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In 1985 there were 23 000 golf clubs throughout the world. The USA had the highest number, 13 500, followed by the UK with 1846, Japan 1400, Australia 1350, and Canada 1150. Spain, with 81, was ranked sixth in Europe. The article presents the findings of a survey which compares the golf tourism...

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Estudios Turísticos, 1987, No. 96, pp 73-104
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With the increase in computerization and, consequently free time, it is thought that, by the year 2000, the number of tourists worldwide will double to 800 million per year. The article looks briefly at the current trends in the evolution of world tourism; growth in the number of tourists,...

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Kibedi, G.
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Turismo y Sociedad, 1988, 3, 2, pp 13-22
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Concentration in the Spanish tourist industry has occurred for a variety of reasons: increased competition amongst tour operators leading to both horizontal and vertical concentration; economies of scale; increased competition from other tourist destinations; and the developing Single European...

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Estudios Turísticos, 1989, No. 103, pp 3-33
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With its beaches and sunny climate, the Caribbean is in a privileged position to attract tourists. The article looks at the natural resources available which explain the region's attractiveness the evolution of demand since 1970, and of the infrastructure. This is followed by a study of current...

Author(s)
Figuerola, M.
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Estudios Turísticos, 1989, No. 104, pp 3-22
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Today's international tourism industry is largely based on air transport which, over the past decade, has witnessed important changes in the way it is marketed. Computerized reservation systems have revolutionized both air travel itself and package tours to such an extent that the systems have,...

Author(s)
Gamble, P. R.
Citation
Papers de Turisme, 1990, No. 4, pp 25-47
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Madrid, Spain
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Grado de satisfacción de la demanda turística, nacional y extranjera, en relación con el producto turístico español., 1990, pp 850pp.
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An agenda designed specifically for managers and executives concerning the development and policy aspects of international tourism in the 1990s is drawn up. Coverage includes not only the economic dimension of tourism, but also political, socio-cultural and environmental implications, and the...

Author(s)
Edgell, D. L., Sr.
Citation
Revista Intercontinental de Turismo, 1991, 2, 1, pp 23-43

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