eBook Managing Tourism Destinations (Economics And Management of Tourism) download
by Andreas Papatheodorou
Author: Andreas Papatheodorou
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (January 7, 2007)
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Managing Tourism Destinations. It consists of two intensive semesters during which theoretical and seminar courses and lectures covering the wide range of Tourism Management and Cultural Heritage are taking place. The program is completed through practical training and diploma thesis. The program’s professors come from all three Universities.
Destination Management. Economics of Tourism. Arvanitis, P. and Papatheodorou, A. (2015) Greek Airports in Transition: From Public Ownership to PPP Concessions, Journal of Airport Management, 9(3): 284-295.
It focuses on how destination management is planned, implemented an. Tourism, Hospitality and Events. Destination Management. Destination Marketing. BISAC Subject Codes/Headings: BUS041000. BUSINESS & ECONOMICS, Management. BUSINESS & ECONOMICS, Marketing, General. BUSINESS & ECONOMICS, Industries, Hospitality, Travel & Tourism.
Managing Tourism Destinations book. by Andreas Papatheodorou. Managing Tourism Destinations (Economics and Management of Tourism). 1843769913 (ISBN13: 9781843769910). See a Problem? We’d love your help. Economics and Management of Tourism series. This title offers a wide-ranging selection of the most significant previously published papers on the management of tourism destinations. The volume covers four major themes: managing tourism destinations and the determinants of travel choice; planning and policy making; development and evolution; and the impacts of tourism management on the society and the environment.
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Tourism Destination Management Achieving Sustainable and Competitive Results
Tourism Destination Management Achieving Sustainable and Competitive Results. Destination management organizations (DMO) are often the only advocates for a holistic tourism industry in a place; and in this role they ensure the mitigation of tourism’s negative impacts to the environment and local communities as well as the sharing of opportunities for a vibrant exchange of people. In fact, a DMO may best serve to facilitate dialogue among the private sector, public sector, and other stakeholders that may otherwise never collaborate or understand how their decisions reverberate down a destination’s long tourism value chain.
The book will be a valuable reference for tourism destination practitioners and should fit well into university classes on destination management or marketing. This is my first book about Tourism, and a learned so much. I have tried to write this book in an engaging and user-friendly way and include many real-life examples and case studies to illustrate the practical application of all management and marketing concepts and approaches. There are many illustrations and these also help to put across the main points in the text contents. A lot of information from UK, but tourism is no longer only about country but whole world.
Andreas Papatheodorou, Anne Graham, Professor Peter Forsyth. Moreover the transport industry can be a major beneficiary of tourism because of the additional passenger demand that may be generated. Aviation is an increasingly important mode of transport for tourism markets.
Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst, US.
Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA. Egon Smeral. MODUL University Vienna, Austria. Tourism Economics encourages the submission of well-designed and innovative applications using either primary or secondary data. Papers that just repeat existing applications with a slightly different context or dataset will most likely be desk rejected. We seek to protect the rights of our authors and we always investigate claims of plagiarism or misuse of published articles.