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This article deals with UK companies adopting European Union International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and raises issues for UK companies in the hospitality sector. The first section explains the timing and scope of IFRS, the 2nd section explains the major impact that the introduction of...

Author(s)
Milburn, R.; Coxon, N.
Publisher
PricewaterhouseCoopers, London, UK
Citation
Hospitality Directions - Europe Edition, 2004, No.9, pp 1-11
Abstract

The activities of the European Union (EU) (from 1994-95) and the published work of UK-based associations, government bodies, analysts and consultants (from 1990-95) in the field of hospitality and tourism, are reviewed. The relative influence of the EU in gaining wider recognition for hospitality...

Author(s)
Costa, J.; Eccles, G.
Publisher
Cassell plc, London, UK
Citation
New directions in hospitality and tourism: annual review of hospitality and tourism trends., 1997, pp 11-19
Abstract

The article identifies key differences between tourism and hospitality higher education courses provided in the UK and those available in continental Europe. The EC's Memorandum on Higher Education (EC, 1991) and associated programmes are then examined. Industry needs and the manner in which...

Author(s)
Leslie, D.
Citation
International Journal of Hospitality Management, 1993, 12, 1, pp 101-107
Abstract

The rapid progress of tourism as a subject and the recognition of its importance by government, has accelerated the study of tourism, albeit often in an ad hoc and unplanned manner. As this growth spans a range of new tourism courses, tourism educators are experiencing severe problems and a debate...

Author(s)
Cooper, C.; Scales, R.; Westlake, J.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1992, 13, 2, pp 234-242
Abstract

The paper considers the directions in which hospitality and tourism studies might progress over the next 10 years. Clearly, there are two types of forces which might influence the nature of forecasts. The first are elements amenable to prediction by one method or another. These include such matters ...

Author(s)
Gamble, P. R.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1992, 13, 1, pp 6-10
Abstract

The paper is concerned with identifying the implications of the Single European Act on tourism and hospitality training and education. The challenges and problems resulting from European harmonization are outlined, together with a brief discussion of comparative training frameworks currently...

Author(s)
Cooper, C.; Shepherd, R.; Westlake, J.
Publisher
Centre for Travel and Tourism, Houghton Le Spring, UK
Citation
Tourism in Europe: the 1992 conference, 8-10 July 1992, Durham, UK., 1992, pp C.1-C.5