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Strategies for Tourism Industry

Micro and Macro Perspectives

Today, it is considered good business practice for tourism industries to support their micro and macro environment by means of strategic perspectives. This is necessary because we cannot contemplate companies existing without their environment. If companies do not involve themselves in such undertakings, they are in danger of isolating themselves from the shareholder. That, in turn, creates a problem for mobilizing new ideas and receiving feedback from their environment. In this respect, the contributions of academics from international level together with the private sector and business managers are eagerly awaited on topics and sub-topics within Strategies for Tourism Industry - Micro and Macro Perspectives.

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Strategies for Tourism IndustryMicro and Macro PerspectivesEdited by Murat Kasimoglu

Published: April 20th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/2685

ISBN: 978-953-51-0566-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5134-0

Copyright year: 2012

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113012 Total Chapter Downloads

40 Crossref Citations

45 Web of Science Citations

83 Dimensions Citations


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1. Guidebooks and the Representation of 'Other' Places

By Bouke van Gorp


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2. The Dynamics of Temporary Jobs in the Tourism Industry

By Fernando Muñoz-Bullón


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3. The Importance of Hypertext in the Tourist Destination Choice from Web Sites

By Raúl Valdez M. Ph.D


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4. Sustainable Tourism in Aragon, a Case of a Spanish Inside Region

By Victoria Sanagustin Fons, Jose Antonio Mosene Fierro, Maria Gomez y Patino and Laura Arena Luna


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5. A Model for Assessing the Level of Tourism Impacts and Sustainability of Coastal Cities

By Beser Oktay Vehbi


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6. Introduction to Tourism Satellite Accounts

By Tadayuki (Tad) Hara


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7. What Women Want: Hotel Characteristics Preferences of Women Travellers

By Azizan Marzuki, Tan Lay Chin and Arman Abdul Razak


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8. New Challenges for Tourism Destination Management in Romania

By Gabriela Tigu


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9. Value Creation in Experience-Based Networks: A Case Study of Sport-Events in Europe

By Nina Katrine Prebensen


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10. The Role and Importance of Cultural Tourism in Modern Tourism Industry

By Janos Csapo


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11. World Heritage Listing and Implications for Tourism - The Case of Hue, Vietnam

By Jo Vu and Quynh-Du Ton-That


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12. Cultural Districts, Tourism and Sustainability

By Giulio Maggiore and Immacolata Vellecco


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13. The Bottom-Up Approach of Community-Based Ethnic Tourism: A Case Study in Chiang Rai

By Polladach Theerapappisit


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14. Modern Cableways - The Base of Mountain Sports Tourism

By Sergej Težak


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15. Exploring the Energy-Saving and Carbon Reduction Literacy of Restaurant Employees

By Meng-Lei Hu, Jeou-Shyan Horng, Chih-Ching Teng and Sheng-Fang Chou


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16. The Early Stages of Historical Documentation and Modern Archives in Jerusalem Society at the End of the Ottoman Period

By Oded Shay


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17. The Changes in Rural and Forest Landscape and Their Use in the Slovenian Alps in the Last Centuries - A "Back to Nature" Tourism with Impacts, a Case of Western Capercaillie

By Miran Čas


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18. An Approach of Co-Design in Mobile Services in Luxembourg Tourism Context

By Eric Miglioranzo, Damien Nicolas and Pierre Brimont


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