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Abstract

This report, presented in two parts, provides a detailed analysis of tourism flows both within and outside the EU and an in-depth overview of the European travel market. The aim is to identify both supply and demand aspects of European tourism, evaluate the role of Europe as an international ...

Publisher
Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Citation
The evolution in holiday travel facilities and in the flow of tourism inside and outside the European Community. Part I: main findings; Part II: main report., 1994, pp vii + 42 pp; 220 pp
Abstract

The paper discusses the pattern of tourist activity within Europe. The period 1980-88 witnessed some major changes in tourism flows. Economic recession seriously affected European tourism, US outbound travel expanded, but Japanese travel remained static. Broad statistics, however, hide many...

Author(s)
Lickorish, J. L.
Publisher
Macmillan Publishers Ltd., London, UK
Citation
Horwath book of tourism., 1990, pp 108-127
Abstract

The report presents a detailed economic analysis of the travel and tourism industry in the EU in 1995, and identifies the World Travel & Tourism Council's policy priorities for the EU for 1996 and beyond to help governments harness the industry's economic dynamism to increase overall growth and job ...

Publisher
Brussels, Belgium
Citation
European Union travel & tourism: towards 1996 and beyond., 1995, pp 20 pp.
Abstract

At the beginning of the 1990s, some 700 million people lived in three widely separated parts of the developed world, the EC, the USA and Japan. They received well over one-half and generated some two-thirds of the world's international tourism. In this part of the book three articles published in ...

Author(s)
Lickorish, L. J. (et al.)
Publisher
Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Managing tourism., 1991, pp 69-103
Abstract

Understanding the phenomenon of tourism and formulating policy requires the consistent measurement of tourist flows and knowledge of the structure of the tourist sector. Unfortunately, the growth in tourism has not been matched by the provision of information services. The principal disadvantage of ...

Author(s)
Wanhill, S. R. C.
Publisher
Cassell Educational, London, UK
Citation
Managing and marketing services in the 1990s., 1993, pp 187-200