Developments in Tourism Research

New directions, challenges and applications

Edited by

  • David Airey, University of Surrey, UK
  • John Tribe, University of Surrey, UK


Researchers and academics in Tourism Research


Book information

  • Published: September 2007
  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISBN: 978-0-08-045328-6

Table of Contents

A Review of Tourism Research:A Review of Tourism Research; Researching Tourism Business:Are Plastic Cows The Future for Farming? Implications of an Alternative Diversification Model; Implementation of Mass Customised Manufacturing in the Flight Catering Industry;Tourism in The Gambia: 10 years on; Measuring and Reporting the Impact of Tourism in Poverty; Productivity and Yield Measurement in Australian Inbound Tourism using Tourism Satellite Accounts and General Equilibrium Modelling; Assessing Tourism Yield: An Analysis of Public Sector Costs and Benefits; Developing a GIS-Supported Tourist Flow Model for New Zealand; Duelling Definitions: Challenges and Implications of Conflicting International Concepts of Tourism; Researching Tourism Experiences and Challenges: Tourists on Tourists: The Impact of Other People on Destination Experience; A Tale of Two Precincts; The Socio-Political Implications of Rural Racism and Tourism Experiences; Researching the Experiences and Perspectives of Tourism Policy Makers; Network Analysis as a Research Tool for Understanding Tourism Destinations; Tourism and Regional Competitiveness; An Agenda for Tourism Research:An Agenda for Cutting Edge Research in Tourism