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This paper highlights the importance of the tourism sector and of the need to develop it according to sustainability criteria. It reports on the World Tourism Organization's initiatives in relation to sustainable tourism and development, including: a recent study examining policies and instruments...

Author(s)
Frangialli, F.
Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Tourism's potential as a sustainable development strategy. Proceedings from the 2004 WTO tourism policy forum at the George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA, 18-20 October 2004, 2005, pp 13-16
Abstract

The title of this book is an acknowledgement to the works of John Kenneth Galbraith and Raymond Aron, discussed in the foreword, which addresses the changes that have occurred in the 40 years since May 1968, a time when modern industrial civilization seemed itself to be the economic model, both...

Author(s)
Frangialli, F.
Publisher
Organisation Mondiale du Tourisme, Madrid, Spain
Citation
Le nouvel état touristique: dix-huit leçons sur la société du loisir et du voyage, 2009, pp 558 pp.
Abstract

The Mediterranean is now the most important tourist destination in the world. The countries which surround it account for one-third of all international tourism arrivals, most of which are to coastal areas. The article examines tourism development in the area, tourist facilities, the effects on the ...

Author(s)
Frangialli, F.
Citation
Espaces (Paris), 1994, No. 126, pp 37-45
Abstract

The article demonstrates the importance of tourism in the Mediterranean region, both globally and for the local economy. National and international tourism accounts on average for 5% of GNP in the region, rising to 40% in areas such as Malta, and provides some 5 million jobs. The article looks...

Author(s)
Frangialli, F.
Citation
Estudios Turísticos, 1993, No. 119/120, pp 5-21