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The flexible firm goes East?
(European Business Academy, 1994)
Urban tourism in New Zealand: the National Museum of New Zealand project
New Zealand has built an international reputation as one of the world's most attractive and scenic tourist destinations. Its recent expansion in visitor arrivals and the increase in repeat visitors has led to a growing ...
Strategy as order emerging from chaos
Scientists are developing revolutionary new ways of understanding how nature functions. They have recently discovered that systems in nature (for example, a gas) are capable of endless variety because their dynamics are ...
What happened to single union deals?- a research note
Single union deals were heralded by many as the way for the unions to survive in the 1990s. The importance of such deals has been reduced since then. Here the author examines the decline in the rate of signing and then ...
Planning for Tourism Education and Training in the 1990s: Bridging the gap between industry and education
Geographers have played an important role in developing degree programmes in tourism studies during the 1980s and 1990s. This paper examines trends and developments in education for tourism in the 1990s and considers the ...
Chaotic life Cycles
The channel tunnel: An opportunity for london's tourism industry?
The Channel Tunnel between Great Britain and France is the largest construction project in Europe and has implications for the size and nature of tourism. The economic impact of this new tourism opportunity upon London in ...