By Peter M Burns, M. Novelli
A set of essays from expert students comparing tourism as a way of simulating monetary progress and combating financial inequalities in bad international locations: As a device for poverty relief in economically underdeveloped areas, tourism has been on the vanguard of the overseas improvement time table. This booklet takes an in-depth examine the successes and screw ups of tourism during this function, and considers why tourism as a catalyst for fiscal improvement could be a arguable machine
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As international tourism arrivals are registering higher growth rates than average gross domestic product (GDP) growth for most LDCs, it is not surprising that these countries, highly indebted, focus on this parameter and decide to invest increased resources in tourism. The trend towards a continuous search for new tourism destinations, specialized and diversiﬁed tourism products, to satisfy consumer’s increased needs for new holiday experiences, offers opportunities for new destinations. This trend leads to new patterns of dis- and re-intermediation within the tourism sector: traditional tour operators face competition from online and specialized intermediators, competition takes place more and more at and between tourism destinations and less at consumer source markets (Dwyer, 2006).
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Tourism development: growth, myths, and inequalities by Peter M Burns, M. Novelli