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There is a significant growth in the tourism literature on the role of innovation in firm and destination competitiveness. Yet, despite interest in innovation, there has been little discussion of the way that innovation policy and tourism policy intersects at the national level and inform each...
This research project set out to explore Unitary Authority (UA) involvement in festivals and special events across Wales. It considers the level and nature of UA involvement and investigates activity by event purpose; reasons for, and characteristics of, UA engagement; and, crucially, the extent...
The objective of this paper is to construct a computable general equilibrium model with tourism and travel activities using consistent social accounting matrix (SAM) data sources and to utilize this model to investigate the tourism implications of the SARS epidemic in Taiwan. The study...
The scope of public policy for planned events is delimited, giving specific attention to attainment of a sustainable and responsible events sector. Justifications for public‐sector involvement in planned events are discussed, including consideration of public good, social equity, return on...
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