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The drop in purchasing power, associated with increasing liberalism, risk having a strong impact on the level of holiday making of the French. While a number of middle-class families are not able or will not be able anymore go on holiday, the tourism sector itself is threatened by the application...

Author(s)
Comet, C.
Publisher
Editions Touristiques Européennes, Paris, France
Citation
Espaces, Tourisme & Loisirs, 2008, No.258, pp 12-16
Abstract

This overview of tourism in Greece starts by tracing the historical development of tourism since the 1950s. The origin and destination of visitors to Greece are analysed, suggesting that the majority of visitors to Greece come from Europe, especially the countries of the EC, and North America....

Author(s)
Briassoulis, H.
Publisher
CAB INTERNATIONAL, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Tourism in Europe: structures and developments., 1993, pp 285-301
Abstract

The terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 are expected to have profound effects on world tourism, at least in the short term. This discussion of the implications for tourism of the events of 11 September 2001 covers: the tourism market before 11 September 2001; expected changes in foreign travel...

Author(s)
Indra, D.
Publisher
Magyar Turizmus Rt., Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Turizmus Bulletin, 2001, 5, 4, pp 47-50
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This chapter examines the implications for the Finnish tourism industry of the Baltic countries' accession to the EU. First, the relationships between Finland and Estonia, and between Finland and Russia, are briefly introduced. In the second section, reflections on transformations and EU...

Author(s)
Komppula, R.; Peltonen, A.; Ylkänen, T.; Kokkila, T.
ISBN
2006 CABI (H ISBN 9781845931179)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

This study represents a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the Romanian tourism phenomenon that focuses on the current challenges to which it has to adapt in order to become competitive on the European market and to overcome its current stage of "subsistence tourism". One of the selected...

Author(s)
Neacșu, M. C.; Neguț, S.; Vlăsceanu, G.
Publisher
Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania
Citation
Amfiteatru Economic, 2014, No.Special 8, pp 1340-1351 (En), 1117-1128 (Ro)
Abstract

This special issue examines tourism and climate change. The issue consists of seven papers. The first paper examines climate change vulnerability of both the supply and demand sides of the US Northeast ski tourism sector (i.e. a marketplace of some 103 ski areas across the states of New York,...

Author(s)
Weeden, C.
Publisher
Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, UK
Citation
Tourism Planning and Development, 2010, 7, 3, pp 215-328
Abstract

The impact of tourism development programmes on the island of Bornholm, Denmark, is evaluated from a bottom up perspective. Interviews were conducted with 17 hotel and camping ground managers, 13 farm tourism managers, three project consultants, five municipal project managers and 3 tourism...

Author(s)
Bull, B.
Citation
International Journal of Tourism Research, 1999, 1, 3, pp 149-165
Abstract

The aim of the paper is to contribute to improvement of tourism policy and practice in Serbia towards defining and implementing sustainability principles and meeting European integration requirements. It encompasses short review of international implications on Serbian tourism policy and...

Author(s)
Orlović-Lovren, V.; Crnčević, T.; Milijić, S.
Publisher
Institute of Architecture and Urban and Spatial Planning of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia
Citation
Spatium, 2013, No.30, pp 47-53
Abstract

Spain has presided over the European Union Council since the 1st of January 2002, and has accepted the challenge to strengthen the European tourism sector, within the framework of proposals made by the EU Commission. These measures on the future of European tourism (2002/C 135/01), approved in the...

Author(s)
Valdés del Fresno, E.
Publisher
Instituto de Estudios Turísticos, Centro de Documentación Turística de España, Madrid, Spain
Citation
Estudios Turísticos, 2002, No.152, pp 3-21
Abstract

The report addresses the problem of seasonality in European tourism. Thirty eight per cent of all trips made outside their own countries by adult residents of the EC end in the three months July to September. Tourism demand and supply large reviewed and the nature of tourist travel in terms of trip ...

Publisher
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Improving seasonal spread of tourism., 1991, pp 80pp.

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