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Mainland China has been acknowledged as one of the major emerging markets by the Australian inbound tourism industry. The Chinese tourism market to Australia has developed dramatically. However, little research has been conducted with regard to the nature of the market and its implications for...

Author(s)
Pan, G. W.; Laws, E.
Publisher
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Department of Hotel and Tourism Management, Hong Kong, China
Citation
Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2003, 8, 1, pp 37-47
Abstract

This paper provides an analysis of the growing demand for outbound tourism from China and describes the special characteristics of the Chinese tourism market to Australia. It analyses the significance of 'guanxi', the special relationship which underpins traditional Chinese business networks. Data...

Author(s)
Pan Wen[Pan, W. G. ]; Laws, E.
Publisher
Henry Stewart Publications, London, UK
Citation
Journal of Vacation Marketing, 2001, 8, 1, pp 39-48
Abstract

Protected areas in Australia are of great importance to the tourism industry, conservation agencies, and other stakeholders. Due to an increase in limited resources and the complexity and uncertainty of the protected area/tourism planning context, these stakeholders are encouraged to enter...

Author(s)
Wegner, A.; Lee, D.; Weiler, B.
Publisher
Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, UK
Citation
Service Industries Journal, 2010, 30, 9/10, pp 1643-1650
Abstract

This paper discusses the Chinese travel patterns and factors affecting Chinese visitor arrivals in Australia and considers the business networks which underlie the sector. A comparative case study methodology involving inbound agency senior managers (n=6) is adopted to investigate how Australian...

Author(s)
Pan, G. W.; Laws, E.
Publisher
Continuum, London, UK
Citation
Tourism distribution channels: practices, issues and transformations, 2001, pp 282-297
Abstract

This paper examines issues involved in the definition, creation, and use of knowledge about the Chinese outbound market. It provides an initial view of the type of knowledge required by tourism managers in Australia, some suggestions about where this knowledge is available, or how it may be...

Author(s)
Pan, G. W.; Scott, N.; Laws, E.
Publisher
Haworth Hospitality Press, Binghamton, USA
Citation
Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality & Tourism, 2006, 7, 1/2, pp 99-116
Abstract

This paper considers the way in which operators and destination authorities can work within a destination region; illustrating how the problems, resulting from different geographic scales and the objectives of business units and government agencies, can be tackled through cooperative marketing...

Author(s)
Scott, N.; Parfitt, N.; Laws, E.
Publisher
Continuum, London, UK
Citation
Tourism in the twenty-first century: reflections on experience, 2001, pp 198-221
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Cover for 'The river city'? Conflicts in the development of a tourism destination brand for Brisbane.

This chapter draws on the political underpinnings of destination marketing and explores how the image of the Brisbane River produced a controversy that allows a better understanding of the problems that relate organic and inorganic images of a destination. While the Brisbane River flows through the ...

Author(s)
Marzano, G.; Laws, E.; Scott, N.
ISBN
2009 CABI (H ISBN 9781845934682)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for 'Crises' that scare tourists: investigating tourists' travel-related concerns.

This chapter reports on the results of two empirical studies that aimed at eliciting currently perceived risks from the tourist marketplace, and investigates the differences in statements of concerns with respect to different tourism settings. One study was conducted among undergraduate students...

Author(s)
Dolnicar, S.
ISBN
2007 CABI (H ISBN 9781845930479)
Type
Book chapter
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Cover for Convention delegates - the relationship between satisfaction with the convention and with the host destination: a case study.

This chapter investigates the attributes of successful conventions as perceived by convention delegates. It is argued that satisfaction with a convention will lead to favourable perceptions of the host destination and likely repeat visitations and recommending behaviour. A case study of Melbourne...

Author(s)
Jago, L.; Deery, M.
ISBN
2006 CABI (H ISBN 9781845930127)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

Using phenomenology as the basic methodological framework, this article examines tourists' experiences in Federation Square and the Southbank promenade, two tourism precincts in the city of Melbourne, Australia. Eighteen extended interviews were conducted with a total of 24 participants using an...

Author(s)
Griffin, T.; Hayllar, B.
Publisher
Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management, 2009, 18, 2/3, pp 127-153

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