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Abstract

Changes in tourism as a result of the enlargement of the European Union are discussed. The specific situation relating to young people is also mentioned.

Author(s)
Soulage, F.
Publisher
Bureau International du Tourisme Social (BITS), Brussels, Belgium
Citation
Le Tourisme Social Dans Le Monde, 2004, No.142, pp 5-8
Abstract

For the past 40 years Europe has been the world's leading tourist destination, receiving 67% of all international tourist arrivals and 57% of tourist receipts. Within the EC the tourist industry employs 35 million people, representing over 8% of the total workforce. It is because of Europe's...

Author(s)
Lavery, P.
Publisher
CAB INTERNATIONAL, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tourism in Europe: structures and developments., 1993, pp 80-98
Abstract

A series of articles make up a dossier on tourism in ACP countries. Tourism (Dyowe, pp.50-51) discusses how the industry, which, almost certain to become the biggest sector in international trade by the year 2000, is increasingly providing developing countries with an important means of earning...

Author(s)
Oyowe, A. (et al.)
Citation
Courier (Brussels), 1990, No. 122, pp 50-86
Abstract

In all the member states' economies, tourism (all categories included) is a key industry with one of the fastest growth rates. Shifts in the demand for tourism, reflected in greater diversity in the way holidays are spent, mean that tourism businesses in rural areas have opportunities open to them. ...

Citation
COM Documents, Commission of the European Communities, 1990, No. COM(90) 43, pp 23pp.
Abstract

The national and regional effects of tourism are examined along with the growth of international tourism between 1972 and 1985, the role of government intervention, state tourism policies, promotion of tourism by individual tourist organizations, employment and effects on balance of payments.

Publisher
Office of the Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembou,
Citation
The tourism industry and the tourism policies of the twelve member states of the Community., 1986, pp 121pp.
Abstract

In 1991, the Federation of Nature and National Parks of Europe (FNNPE) set up a Green Tourism Working Group in order to examine how tourism might be made more sustainable. The FNNPE (1993) report aimed to produce both practical guidance for managers of protected areas and also advice for the ...

Author(s)
Simpson, R.
Citation
Progress in Rural Policy and Planning, 1995, 5, pp 125-138
Abstract

Exploring various views on sustainable tourism, this volume addresses the main issues in defining the complexity and diversity of sustainable tourism in an operational context. It examines: whether tourism can lead to sustainability from an environmental perspective; whether tourist activity can be ...

Publisher
CAB INTERNATIONAL, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Sustainable tourism? European experiences., 1996, pp x + 212 pp.
Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to estimate the capacity of the predominant activity of the Hotel and Restaurant (H&R) sector to create female employment in European Union (EU) countries. Design/methodology/approach: The methodology used was conducted in two stages. First, a branch...

Author(s)
Campos Soria, J. A.; Robles Teigeiro, L.
Publisher
Emerald Publishing, Bingley, UK
Citation
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 2019, 31, 1, pp 105-122
Abstract

Contrasting the experiences of the cities of Glasgow (UK) and Dublin (Irish Republic), this chapter highlights: the role of various public and private sector agencies involved in tourism/leisure business development; the role of EU and other development funding sources involved in developing,...

Author(s)
Lennon, J. J.
Publisher
Leisure Studies Association, Eastbourne, UK
Citation
Tourism and visitor attractions: leisure, culture and commerce., 1998, pp 3-19
Abstract

The article presents the results of research conducted in May 2010 among 110 tourist enterprises operating in Wielkopolska Region. The aim of research was to determine the attitude of Polish tourist entrepreneurs towards the European Union and its projects and to show the changes in their ways of...

Author(s)
Bosiacki, S.; Śniadek, J.
Publisher
Wydawnictwo SGGW w Warszawie, Warszawa, Poland
Citation
Acta Scientiarum Polonorum - Oeconomia, 2010, 9, 4, pp 83-90

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