Classic Reviews In Tourism by Chris Cooper

By Chris Cooper

Drawing jointly a number of the prime authors in tourism, this article offers cutting-edge reports of analysis in fields of tourism. The textual content additionally revisits vintage reports which first seemed in ''Progress in Tourism, game and Hospitality Management'' sequence, over a decade ahead of the book of this name. subject matters coated comprise gender, substitute tourism, city tourism, historical past tourism and environmental auditing.

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1993; Willis & Garrod, 1993a; 1993b; Bostedt & Mattsson, 1995; Garrod & The Economics of Tourism 39 Fyall, 1998). The challenge is to ensure that the interests of future as well as current generations are taken into account when the social value of resources is estimated. Other forms of intervention and policy strategies can be used to support environmental objectives (Stabler, 1997; Inskeep, 2000; Mahaliè, 2000), although agreement on the levels of acceptable environmental damage is difficult without knowing the value of resources (Davis, 1999).

Competition policy also has implications for the tourism sector. The increased vigilance of competition authorities in the UK following the 1998 Competition Act, and the signalling of stricter competition rulings by the European Commission via its prohibition of Airtours’ bid for First Choice in 1999, shows that tour operators are under pressure to operate under tighter competition rules (Sinclair, 2001). The air transportation sector has been characterised by a policy of liberalisation in the EU and many other countries.

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