Tourism Review: Volume 59 Issue 4


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Growth perceptions of small and medium‐sized enterprises (SME's) — The case of South Tyrol

Harald Pechlaner, Frieda Raich, Anita Zehrer, Mike Peters

Globalization and internationalization tendencies imply new challenges for small and medium‐sized enterprises (SMEs), which are either facing the pressure to achieve…

Quandaries of the labour market in tourism as exemplified by the case of Austria

Egon Smeral

The availability of an adequate pool of suitable labour is a key location factor for the labour‐intensive hotel and restaurant business. Yet, in spite of high unemployment…

From the past to the future catering business in France

Philippe Callot

The purpose of this paper is both to verify whether we have effectively shifted from a “gastronomic” model to a nutritional model and to suggest a new emerging model…

Sustainability of mega events: Challenges, requirements and results. The case‐study of the World Ski Championship St. Moritz 2003

Julia Johnsen, Thomas Biegert, Hansrued Müller, Hans Elsasser

Mega events are nowadays seen as an important source to generate primary income and to overcome seasonality in tourism destinations. Special events therefore became one of…


Small is still beautiful: Tourist Trade SME's a rich innovating ground

Christian Coglievina

The tourism industry is a fractured industry in light of the number of small and medium sized companies that forms it. These SME are led by entrepreneurs who have…

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