Tourism Review: Volume 57 Issue 1/2


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The image as a possible source of competitive advantage of the destination — The case of Slovenia

Maja Konecnik

The paper points out the image of a destination as a possible source of competitive advantage of the destination. A review of the literature is included showing the rising…

Reengineering tourism organizations — The case of Italy

Harald Pechlaner, Linda Osti

The destination as the area of movement of guests during their stay often leads to a cooperation among different tourism organizations and destinations: on the one hand…

Valuation of environmental assets: A case of Croatian coastal forests

Sanda Weber, Sinisa Horak, Zrinka Marusic

There is a paucity of studies on the subject of environmental assets and their value. This is particularly the case with the forests. In Croatia, coastal forests are an…

Structures, strategies and performance of the commercial food service companies in France: Complex relations

Philippe Callot

The field of commercial (or public) food services in France has never been so open. The development of new concepts under the impulsion of an Americanization that many…

Tourism, growth and poverty: Framework conditions for tourism in developing countries

Ian T. Christie

Tourism in developing countries has grown rapidly in the past 20 years to the point where a fresh look at its underpinnings appears overdue. The industry itself realizes…


Wetter — klima — tourismus: Ein diskussionsbeitrag

Hans Elsasser, Bruno Abegg, Rolf Bürki Zürcher

The paper aimes at sketching influences of weather and climate on tourism. Weather and climate influence the supply and the demand of tourism. In connection with the…

Training in Swiss tourism — Analysis and strategies

Hansruedi Müller

Our rapidly changing times call for constant renewal of competencies. The following competencies can be described as being of central importance in tourism…

Tourism development and its impact on endangered species: A case study of Nilgiri Thar

G.S. Syamlal

Munnar is one of the most important Hill Resort of Southern Peninsular India. It is famous for its wide and varied species of flora and fauna. The most important rare…

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