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The advantages and disadvantages of tourism to Jersey inhabitants are compared. It is concluded that (1) the tourist industry has, over the years, provided the main source of employment and taxable revenue which has enabled the island to provide new housing and social and physical services to a...

Author(s)
Beaty, J.
Publisher
Institution of Environmental Sciences., London, UK
Citation
Tourism and the environment. Proceedings of the First European Conference on Tourism and the Environment, Jersey, April 19-21, 1979, 1980, pp 35-44
Abstract

The paper begins with an examination of the economic benefits of tourism to the individual firm, the tourist resort or country, the public authorities of the receiving country, and the consumer and the population of the generating countries. Four different cost levels are then distinguished for...

Author(s)
Vanhove, N.
Citation
Publications de l'AIEST, Association Internationale d'Experts Scientifiques du Tourisme, Switzerland, 1982, No. 23, pp 29-43
Abstract

Using country experiences, the article demonstrates the larger social and cultural costs and benefits arising from tourism than from other export industries, and argues that a policy of slow, subdivided growth is preferable to explosive growth, since long term viability and social costs must be...

Author(s)
Santos, J. S. de Los
Publisher
Asian Productivity Organisation, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Social and economic impact of tourism on the Asian Pacific Region., 1982, pp 207-228
Abstract

The most critical issue facing outdoor museums and historic parks is the balance between legitimacy of conservation and museological practice and concern for fiscal viability. Legitimacy of objectives will require clear commitment to professional standards which makes commercial viability...

Author(s)
Heap, T. R.
Publisher
Australian Historical and Tourist Parks Association, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia
Citation
Addresses presented at fourth conference, Port Macquarie, February 24 to 27, 1982., 1982,
Abstract

This paper, which serves as a basis for discussion for the conference, is in two parts. Part I classifies, in general terms, the economic benefits of international tourism to the host country, including the probable effects on employment, on the allocation of resources, and on the balance of...

Author(s)
Schiavo-Campo, S.
Publisher
Environmental and Resource Studies Programme, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
Citation
The impact of tourism development in the Pacific. Papers and proceedings of a Pacific wide conference held by satellite., 1982, pp 6-21
Abstract

This study was undertaken to estimate the economic impact on a specific region resulting from a 9-day tourism industry exposition. Over 80 000 people paid to attend the 1980 Greater Michigan Boat and Fishing Show which displayed equipment by 165 exhibitors. Detailed direct expenditure information...

Author(s)
Gartner, W. C.; Holecek, D. F.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1983, 10, 2, pp 199-212
Abstract

The negative and positive effects of tourism on a nation's economy, culture, environment and society are identified and related to tourism in Switzerland. Tourism in Switzerland represents 10% of all export earnings and in the high season employs 8% of the total workforce. Recently there has been...

Author(s)
Leu, W.
Publisher
China International Travel Service, Beijing, China
Citation
The China International Tourism Conference (February 28 - March 4, 1983, Beijing) [Proceedings]., 1983, pp 1-8
Abstract

In Australia tourism is dominated by domestic travellers. About 90% of all nights spent on travel are spent by domestic travellers. Over 80% of tourism's contribution to GDP comes from domestic tourism. Similarly over 80% of the employment generated by tourism stems from domestic tourism. The...

Author(s)
McCann, B.
Publisher
Pacific Area Travel Association, San Francisco, California, USA
Citation
1983 PATA Travel Research Conference Proceedings, "Changing gears: the new traveller - who, where and how", October 24-27, Sydney, Australia., 1983, pp 73-78
Abstract

The main purpose of this study was: (1) to develop a comprehensive model describing and relating the components of an urban tourism system; (2) to outline an approach for documenting the size and the nature of Calgary's industry as well as the level of employment within this sector; (3) to specify...

Author(s)
Vandermey, A. J.
Publisher
Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Graduate School of Business, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Citation
Travel research: its impact on the travel marketing process. Travel and Tourism Association Annual Conference, Banff, Alberta, Canada, June 12-15, 1983., 1983, pp 237-258
Abstract

It has become accepted that a major option open to both large cities and traditional resorts which wish to maintain or increase their tourism earnings is the generation of large scale conference tourism through the construction of large convention or congress centres. Implicit in this assumption is ...

Author(s)
Tuite, C.
Citation
Tourist Review, 1983, 38;39, 4;1, pp 24-26; 21-23

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