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Pandemics, tourism and global change: a rapid assessment of COVID-19
Why COVID-19 is an analogue to the ongoing climate crisis, and why there is a need to question the volume growth tourism model advocated by UNWTO, ICAO, CLIA, WTTC and other tourism organizations are discussed.
Tourism Planning: Policies, Processes and Relationships
  • C. Hall
  • Economics, Business
  • 7 September 1999
List of figures List of tables List of planning insights List of plates Preface Acknowledgements 1 Inside the 'black box' of tourism planning and policy: Setting a context 2 Tourism planning and
Tourism And Politics: Policy, Power And Place
  • C. Hall
  • Political Science, Economics
  • 30 October 1999
The Politics of Tourism Tourism, Government and the State: Tourism and the Policy-Making Process International Tourism Policy and International Relations The Implications of Revolution, Terrorism and
Hallmark Tourist Events: Impacts, Management and Planning
  • C. Hall
  • Sociology, Business
  • 20 October 1992
Introduction - defining hallmark events the nature and significance of hallmark events the economic impact of hallmark events "everybody loves a parade" - the social dimension of hallmark events the
The Development of Cross-Cultural (Mis)Understanding Through Volunteer Tourism
Volunteer tourism is an increasingly popular activity in which individuals combine travel with voluntary work. On the whole, existing literature has provided an optimistic view of volunteer tourism,
Tourism: Rethinking the Social Science of Mobility
1. Introduction: The Scope of Tourism Studies 2. Globalisation and Tourism: Production, Consumption and Identity 3. Tourism Mobilities: Systems, Spatial-interaction and the Space-time Prism of
A typology of governance and its implications for tourism policy analysis
  • C. Hall
  • Political Science
  • 1 May 2011
Governance is a key concept in politics and public policy that is increasingly utilised in tourism. Using the notion of “policy as theory”, a typology of governance suitable for tourism is
Rethinking Collaboration and Partnership: A Public Policy Perspective
  • C. Hall
  • Political Science
  • 1 September 1999
Issues of coordination, collaboration and partnership are now at the forefront of much tourism research on finding new solutions to resource management and destination development problems. However,