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Governance, the state and sustainable tourism: a political economy approach
Collective actions are often needed to promote the objectives of sustainable tourism in destinations. Governance is the basis of these collective actions. This paper contends that research on theExpand
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Collaboration in local tourism policymaking
Abstract Collaborations among stakeholders to develop policies for a destination are the subject of growing interest among researchers and managers. This paper presents an analytical framework toExpand
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Tourism Collaboration and Partnerships: Politics, Practice and Sustainability
Part I Process and patterns: cross-border partnerships in tourism resource management, Dallen Timothy interest based formulation of tourism policy for environmentally sensitive destinations, BrentExpand
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Critical research on the governance of tourism and sustainability
Tailored and effective governance is a key requirement for implementing sustainable tourism: it can enhance democratic processes, provide direction and offer the means to make practical progress.Expand
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Tourism and Development: Concepts and issues
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Strategic planning before and after a mega-event
Abstract This paper examines strategic planning in Sheffield, England around its hosting of the 1991 World Student Games, considering this before and after the mega-event. Aspects of strategicExpand
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Climate Change and Small Island Tourism: Policy Maker and Industry Perspectives in Barbados
Tourism in many small island developing states is vulnerable to potential impacts of climate change. Policies related to climate change and tourism depend on value-driven decisions made in theExpand
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