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A comparison between the current state of land reform and sustainable development across greater Europe is presented. 24 chapters are broadly divided into those related to the established systems of land reform and sustainable development encountered in Western Europe, and those which concentrate...

Publisher
Ashgate Publishing Ltd., Aldershot, UK
Citation
Land reform and sustainable development., 1999, pp xi + 305 pp.
Abstract

Traditionally the poor relation of passenger transport modes, the European coach industry is gearing up for the Single Market. Historically the industry has been constrained by heavily regulated market practices and outright protectionist policies on the part of Europe's state owned railways....

Author(s)
Lowing, G.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1990, No. 6, pp 5-16
Abstract

This paper highlights how leisure and tourism have become an increasingly important part of urban regeneration and renewal, through examples of towns and cities in the UK, other European countries, and the USA. Leisure and tourism are promoted as vehicles for urban renewal because they are...

Author(s)
Noble, M.
Citation
Leisure Manager, 1994, 12, 6/7, pp 12-15
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

Prostitution is considered a significant urban activity that relates to other economic and social functions of the city, and that an understanding of the location and functioning of such areas can reveal otherwise less obvious aspects of the urban social and political structure. First, the location ...

Author(s)
Ashworth, G. J.; White, P. E.; Winchester, H. P. M.
Citation
Geoforum, 1988, 19, 2, pp 201-212

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