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This special issue examines tourism demand and the economic impact of tourism addressed with the use of innovative methodologies; relationships between tourism and trade and between competitiveness and productivity, the analysis of tourism policy and taxation and the role of innovation and the use...

Author(s)
Aguiló, E.; Lozano, J.; Ramos, V.; Rey-Maquieira, J.
Publisher
IP Publishing Limited, London, UK
Citation
Tourism Economics, 2009, 15, 3, pp 477-688
Abstract

This paper investigates the impacts of avian flu on global and Asian tourism using panel data procedures. Both static and dynamic fixed effects panel data models are adopted to estimate the impacts of this infectious disease. The empirical results from static and dynamic fixed effects panel data...

Author(s)
Kuo HsiaoI; Chang ChiaLin; Huang BingWen; Chen ChiChung; McAleer, M.
Publisher
IP Publishing Limited, London, UK
Citation
Tourism Economics, 2009, 15, 3, pp 501-511
Abstract

The present paper addresses the issue of communicating tourism crises, with a special focus on the role of the destination marketing organization's Web sites. The risks and impact of the avian flu on the mobility of people, and consequently therefore, on tourism has been addressed. Selected tourism ...

Author(s)
Volo, S.
Publisher
Haworth Hospitality Press, Binghamton, USA
Citation
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 2007, 23, 2/4, pp 83-93
Abstract

In October 2005, a media frenzy began to develop globally with the spread of Avian Influenza (hereafter Avian Flu) from South East Asia to Northern Europe. The media interest was largely a result of the impact on chickens as a food source and also the potential of Avian Flu to mutate and trigger a...

Author(s)
Page, S.; Yeoman, I.; Munro, C.; Connell, J.; Walker, L.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tourism Management, 2006, 27, 3, pp 361-393
Abstract

Background: Highly pathogenic avian influenza A (HPAI) H5N1 viruses have infected poultry and wild birds on three continents with more than 600 reported human cases (59% mortality) since 2003. Wild aquatic birds are the natural reservoir for avian influenza A viruses, and migratory birds have been...

Author(s)
Reed, C.; Bruden, D.; Byrd, K. K.; Veguilla, V.; Bruce, M.; Hurlburt, D.; Wang, D.; Holiday, C.; Hancock, K.; Ortiz, J. R.; Klejka, J.; Katz, J. M.; Uyeki, T. M.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Influenza and other Respiratory Viruses, 2014, 8, 5, pp 516-523
Abstract

The second international avian and human influenza (AHI) simulation exercise held in Jakarta, Indonesia, aimed at testing national pandemic plans with a focus on the national and international travel and tourism sector. Special attention was given to interdependencies at the international level...

Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Second International avian and human influenza simulation exercise, Jakarta, Indonesia, 24-25 July, 2007, 2007, pp iii + 63 pp.
Abstract

This publication addresses the high importance fast and sincere reporting plays for a global problem such as avian and human influenza (AHI). The issue was identified during the first international simulation exercise in Paris in March 2007 as an area of concern for the travel and tourism industry...

Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
"Avian Flu" Communications and incentives: the importance of fast and sincere reporting, Jakarta, Indonesia, 25 July, 2007, 2008, pp vii + 36 pp.
Abstract

This article addresses the issue of communications in the event of an avian and human influenza pandemic. The issue is considered as an area of concern for the travel and tourism industry.

Author(s)
Genosko, J.; Pechlaner, H.
Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
"Avian Flu" Communications and incentives: the importance of fast and sincere reporting, Jakarta, Indonesia, 25 July, 2007, 2008, pp 3-8
Abstract

This publication summarizes the results of the first international simulation exercise on pandemic avian and human influenza conducted in France during March 2007, which aimed to (1) explore the relevant role of travellers and tourists in pandemic influenza, (2) increase awareness of national...

Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
First international avian and human influenza simulation exercise, Paris, France, 28-29 March, 2007, 2007, pp 58 pp.
Abstract

Avian influenza or "bird flu" is causing increasing concern across the world as experts prepare for the possible occurrence of the next human influenza pandemic. Only influenza A has ever been shown to have the capacity to cause pandemics. Currently A/H5N1, a highly pathogenic avian influenza...

Author(s)
Sellwood, C.; Asgari-Jirhandeh, N.; Salimee, S.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Postgraduate Medical Journal, 2007, 83, 981, pp 445-450

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