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Is the tourism-led growth hypothesis valid after the global economic and financial crisis? The case of Spain 1957–2014
Since the first paper on the subject was published in 2002, the tourism-led growth hypothesis (TLGH) has constituted one of the most predominant topics in tourism literature. Spain is a leadingExpand
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Smart destinations and tech-savvy millennial tourists: hype versus reality
This paper aims to contrast the expectations placed on the smart destination as a theoretical management approach with the reality of emergent tech-savvy tourism demand by examining the response ofExpand
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Economic crisis and tourism competitiveness in Spain: permanent effects or transitory shocks?
This paper considers the influence of business cycles and economic crises on Spain's tourism competitiveness. This competitiveness is measured by its share in world tourism. Analysing the presence ofExpand
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Growth and internationalisation strategies in the airline industry
This paper analyses the international growth of the global air transport sector to identify factors that determine the emergence of transnational companies and different forms of internationalExpand
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Determining factors in the choice of prices of tourist rental accommodation. New evidence using the quantile regression approach
Abstract The disruption in destinations caused by the emergence of new forms of tourist distribution within the framework of the sharing economy gives rise to new challenges in terms ofExpand
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Tourist environment and online reputation as a generator of added value in the sharing economy: The case of Airbnb in urban and sun- and-beach holiday destinations
Abstract Despite the importance of collaborative accommodation in practically every tourist destination, to date the majority of studies have focused on large cities and urban destinations. ThisExpand
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The end of growth in residential tourism destinations: steady state or sustainable development? The case of Calpe
This article discusses how the slowdown in the real estate market during the most recent economic and financial crisis has affected residential tourism destinations on the Spanish coast. TheExpand
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Wiki and blog as teaching tools in tourism higher education
ABSTRACT The application of information and communications technologies (ICTs) to higher education is an essential element in the improvement of open and flexible teaching–learning. This isExpand
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Calp, hacia la sostenibilidad a través de la inteligencia
espanolEn este articulo se analiza la aplicacion del concepto de destino turistico inteligente en Calp, un caso representativo de los destinos turisticos del litoral Mediterraneo espanol. El analisisExpand
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