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This report outlines teh annual profitability and employment of angling on inland waterways and at sea. Maximum estimates for inland angling came to 600 million Euro and more than 2500 man years, compared to 125 million Euro and 800 men years for angling at sea. Future prospects for...

Author(s)
Smit, M.; Vos, B. de; Wilde, J. W. de
Publisher
Landbouw-Economisch Instituut (LEI), Den Haag, Netherlands
Citation
Rapport - Landbouw-Economisch Instituut (LEI), 2004, No.2.04.05, pp 75 pp.
Abstract

The effects on agriculture, nature, landscape, recreation and employment (in the agricultural and tourism sectors) in 2030 of 3 land use scenarios, 'Raamwerk' (optimal development of individual functions), 'Weefwerk' (multifunctional use of space), and 'Marktwerk' (based on free global trade and...

Author(s)
Nij Bijvank, R. A. F.; Farjon, J. M. J.; Noorman, L. N.; Nieuwerth, K.; Poel, K. R. de
Citation
Rapport - DLO Staring Centrum, Instituut voor Onderzoek van het Landelijk Gebied, 1998, No. 548, pp 198 pp.
Abstract

This account of holiday accommodation expenditure for 1982-86 in the Netherlands indicates to what extent and where this generates employment opportunities. An account follows of the amount and pattern of individual expenditure by holiday-makers which can be used for determining the total amount of ...

Publisher
Amersfoort, Netherlands
Citation
Bestedingen door verblijfsrecreanten en de daarmee samenhangende werkgelegenheid., 1987, pp 19pp.
Abstract

This report contains the main results of a study on the effect of tourism expenditure on employment oportunities in the Netherlands. Increases were noted in day visits and longer stay holidays among both Dutch people and foreign visitors to the Netherlands.

Publisher
Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Toeristische consumptie en effect op de werkgelegenheid., 1984, pp 101pp.
Abstract

This article shows that significant economic benefits can flow from investment in outdoor recreation, in that the infrastructure thus created is used to develop the tourist industry, though the government ministry responsible for making the investment sees little visible return.

Author(s)
Berg, T. van den
Citation
Recreatie, 1983, 21, 1, pp 35-42
Abstract

The publication attempts to ascertain the availability of day-release courses on tourism and recreation-related subjects within the Netherlands on an annual basis to 1985, that is in the medium term. There is still no structured study of the labour market in recreation and tourism or of the links...

Publisher
Breda, Netherlands
Citation
De behoefte aan toeristisch-recreatief onderwijs in Nederland: een kwantitatieve benadering., 1982, pp 57pp.
Abstract

This preliminary study attempts, on the basis of the data now available, to give as complete as possible a picture of the nature and scope of employment in the recreation and tourism sector. Proposals are put forward as to the possible basis and content of future research in this area of employment.

Publisher
Breda., Netherlands
Citation
Werkgelegenheid in de sector toerisme en recreatie; een inventariserende voorstudie., 1981,
Abstract

Tourism and the world economy, tourist traffic between countries, tourism and employment opportunities, investment criteria and cost-benefit analysis, and the impact of shifts in purchasing power on international tourism are discussed.

Author(s)
Jager, A. K. de
Publisher
Nederland Wetenschappelijk Instituut voor Toerisme en Rekreatie., Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Toerisme en ekonomie., 1980, pp 130pp.
Abstract

Many different business concerns are involved in residential tourism (transport, banks, shops etc.). But as tourist trade is dependent on seasons it will influence temporary labour market to a greater extent than permanent labour market. In the future, the problems in industrial labour...

Author(s)
Schipper, C. de
Citation
Recreatie, 1979, 17, 7, pp 160-163