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Paper (1), The impact of the US social revolution on consumer travel demands, considers travellers' attitudes to, for example, inflation, different forms of elitism, changes in taste and sophistication, emphasis on privatism, and their implications for Caribbean tourism marketing. Paper (2)...

Author(s)
Robertson, P. M.; Markowitz, I.
Publisher
Caribbean Tourism Research and Development Centre., Christchurch, Barbados
Citation
Caribbean tourism markets: structures and strategies, 1980, pp 87-108
Abstract

This paper deals with the macroeconomic implications of the 11 September 2001 (9/11) terrorist attacks on the USA, focusing in particular on its impacts on the Caribbean's agricultural exports to the USA and the region's tourism sector. Both sectors were dealt an immediate and severe blow although...

Author(s)
Glean, A.
Publisher
IICA Office in Trinidad and Tobago, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Citation
AgriView, 2003, 9, 3, pp 1-3
Abstract

This study was financed by the Inter-American Development Bank, and examines the possibilities and potentials of North American for the Caribbean. Vol. 1: Caribbean Product Report -- evaluation of the tourism product of the different Caribbean countries. Vol. 2: North American Traveller Market...

Publisher
Bridgetown., Barbados
Citation
North American tourism demand study. Seven volumes., 1981, pp 1272pp.
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The importance of the USA as a generating market of international travel cannot be overestimated. In 1988 the number of Americans travelling abroad reached a peak of over 41 million, and Americans are second only to Germans in terms of travel expenditure rates. Travel abroad from the USA is a...

Author(s)
Berrol, E.
Publisher
Macmillan Publishers Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Horwath book of tourism., 1990, pp 153-173
Abstract

Drawing on the proceedings of two recent seminars, 17 papers are presented on such diverse topics as: the European market, its demographics and its product preferences; hotel marketing; the U.S. travel market; seasonality problems in the Caribbean and how to solve them; the structure of the...

Publisher
Bridgetown., Barbados
Citation
Caribbean tourism markets -- structures and strategies., 1980, pp 231pp.
Abstract

Data are presented on tourism activity in 1987/88, indicating continued growth, although there is also evidence of significant changes and shifts from familiar patterns. Elements that both encourage and deter travel are examined. An executive summary is followed by sections on worldwide markets;...

Publisher
New York, N.Y., USA
Citation
Travel & Leisure's world travel overview 1987/1988., 1987, pp 130pp.
Abstract

The desire to conserve the natural environment has prompted an interest in studying various aspects of the natural environment of the tropics. The present publication is a collection of papers focusing on the theme of tourism impact on the environment in tropical and subtropical islands. The...

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Collection Iles et Archipels, Centre de Recherches sur les Espaces Tropicaux, 1989, No. 10, pp 308pp.
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Author(s)
Baretje, R.
Citation
Essai Bibliographique, Centre des Hautes Etudes Touristiques, Université de Droit, d'Economie et des Sciences, Aix-en-Provence, 1987, No. 258, pp 48pp.

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