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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

The perspectives for new functions for rural areas in Europe are investigated. The study focuses on four possible new functions: water production; pluriactivity on farms; recreation and tourism; and new rural residential options. Maps are compiled for potential new use functions in the EU. The...

Author(s)
Klundert, A. F. van de; Dietvorst, A. G. J.; Os, J. van
Publisher
Wageningen, Netherlands
Citation
Rapport - Staring Centrum, Instituut voor Onderzoek van het Landelijk Gebied, 1994, No. 354, pp 195 pp.
Abstract

New EC legislation governing the package travel industry came into force at the beginning of 1993. The EC Travel Directive was introduced within the context of progressive policies to create a level playing field in Europe as a precondition to the establishment of a single market and to unifying...

Author(s)
Hodierne, T.; Botterill, D.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1993, 14, 5, pp 331-334
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
Abstract

The conference concentrated on the implications of the single European Market for the UK tourist industry. Following papers on the European Community structure, the effect of the Single Market on the economies within the Community and on individual wealth, the implications for employment,...

Publisher
Kingley Conferences, London, UK
Citation
1992 and the travel industry, [Proceedings of conference held 1-2 Febuary, London, UK, 2 volumes]., 1989,
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

In considering the way tourism can be organized, the article examines the systems of two countries, France and the UK, with brief references to the USA, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and Australia, and those of two regions, the EC and the Caribbean. The key to success lies, clearly, in the...

Author(s)
Owen, C.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1992, 13, 4, pp 358-362
Abstract

The first Franco-British Symposium on rural geography was held in Caen, France, in September 1989. The proceedings give evidence of the exchange which took place between British and French geographers. The contributions are put together in five main themes. The first is devoted to the role of the...

Author(s)
Bowler, I. R. (et al.)
Publisher
Centre de Publications de l'Université de Caen, Caen, France
Citation
France et Grande-Bretagne rurales., 1991, pp 509pp.
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

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