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Abstract

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

This survey of occupations in the tourist and hotel industry is part of a broad experimental project launched by European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP) in 1990. The purpose of the project, entitled 'Community Directory of Occupational Profiles', is to test out a...

Author(s)
Guerra, D.; Peroni, G.
Publisher
European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP), Berlin, Germany
Citation
Occupations in the tourist sector: a comparative analysis in nine Community states., 1994, Ed. 1, pp 57 + 576 + 37 pp.
Abstract

This paper identifies the fragmented nature of accommodation provision in Europe. Drawing on various statistical sources, it shows that the majority of hotels and accommodation establishments in the EU and the UK in particular are in small units. The increasing use by travel agents of Computer...

Author(s)
Beaver, A.
Citation
Tourism Economics, 1995, 1, 4, pp 341-355
Abstract

It is now 14 years since the Beavis Consultative Committee on Registration of Tourist Accommodation in the UK reported. Their first conclusion was 'that it is not timely to introduce a statutory system of registration for accommodation, the present case and proposals for which were 'non-proven''....

Author(s)
Callan, R. J.
Citation
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 1994, 6, 3, pp 11-17