Tourism Planning and Development in Latin America - 
      Konstantinos Andriotis
    
      Dimitrios Stylidis
    
      Carlos Monterrubio
    
      Konstantinos Andriotis
    
      Dimitrios Stylidis
    
      Ileana Araúz-Beita
    
      Adrián Arias-Navarro
    
      Florence E Babb
    
      Melvin Bermúdez-Elizondo
    
      Carlos Ronald Borbon-Sandí
    
      Juan Gabriel Brida
    
      Enrique Calfucura
    
      Francisca de la Maza
    
      Carolina Inés Garcia
    
      Carla Guerrón Montero
    
      Bibiana Lanzilotta
    
      Ledys López Zapata
    
      Gabriela Maldonado Pérez
    
      Andrea Muñoz-Barriga
    
      Gerardo Novo
    
      Maribel Osorio-García
    
      Fiorella Pizzolon
    
      Natalia Porto
    
      Martín Rodríguez Brindis
    
      Sandra Zapata-Aguirre

Tourism Planning and Development in Latin America

; Dimitrios Stylidis ; Carlos Monterrubio (Redaktør) ; Konstantinos Andriotis (Redaktør) ; Dimitrios Stylidis (Redaktør) ; Ileana Araúz-Beita (Innledning) ; Adrián Arias-Navarro (Innledning) ; Florence E Babb (Innledning) ; Melvin Bermúdez-Elizondo (Innledning) ; Carlos Ronald Borbon-Sandí (Innledning) ; Juan Gabriel Brida (Innledning) ; Enrique Calfucura (Innledning) ; Francisca de la Maza (Innledning) ; Carolina Inés Garcia (Innledning) ; Carla Guerrón Montero (Innledning) ; Bibiana Lanzilotta (Innledning) ; Ledys López Zapata (Innledning) ; Gabriela Maldonado Pérez (Innledning) ; Andrea Muñoz-Barriga (Innledning) ; Gerardo Novo (Innledning) ; Maribel Osorio-García (Innledning) ; Fiorella Pizzolon (Innledning) ; Natalia Porto (Innledning) ; Martín Rodríguez Brindis (Innledning) ; Sandra Zapata-Aguirre (Innledning)

Despite the significance of tourism to the economic, social and environmental structures of Latin America, little has been documented in the English-language literature about tourism in this region. Filling that void, this book focuses exclusively on tourism development and planning, and the impact this has on a wide number of Latin American countries. Les mer
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Despite the significance of tourism to the economic, social and environmental structures of Latin America, little has been documented in the English-language literature about tourism in this region. Filling that void, this book focuses exclusively on tourism development and planning, and the impact this has on a wide number of Latin American countries. It covers experiences, challenges, successful and unsuccessful stories, specific cases, and other tourism-related issues, with respect to 10 countries in total. Each chapter is authored by scholars who have done extensive research on tourism in the countries covered. This book: Examines the impact of tourism development and planning within Latin American countries. Takes a multidisciplinary approach including Anthropology, Development, Economics, Ecology, Policy, Sociology and Tourism Planning and Management. Is the first book in English to offer an insight into extensive research undertaken within the region. This book will provide a valuable insight for tourism researchers, practitioners and decision-makers in private and public organisations, not only from the regions of Central, South and North America, but also individuals from other parts of the world who want a more encompassing view of global tourism.
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Forlag: CABI Publishing
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Sider: 224
ISBN: 9781789243048
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Chapter 1: Strategies for regional tourism development in Argentina. A path with new initiatives for tourism dispersal policies Chapter 2: The commitment to sustainable tourism and the development of indigenous tourism in Chile Chapter 3: Tourism development in Colombia: between conflict and peace Chapter 4: Ecotourism development in Costa Rica Chapter 5: The challenges of natural and cultural heritages of Galapagos and Quito, Ecuador Chapter 6: Tourism development in Mexico Chapter 7: Panama, the "affordable exotic destination": planned tourism success and its unplanned consequences Chapter 8: The impacts of tourism in economic growth and development in Uruguay Chapter 9: Peru and Nicaragua: tourism development in postconflict eras Chapter 10: Ecuador and Panama: Lifestyle mobilities, the golden years and the quest for paradise
Carlos Monterrubio (Edited By)
Carlos Monterrubio received his PhD in Tourism from the Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. He is a lecturer and tourism researcher at the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico. He has undertaken research on the sociocultural dimensions of tourism, and tourism, gender and sexuality in Mexico.

Konstantinos Andriotis (Edited By, Series Edited By)
Dr. Konstantinos Andriotis is a Professor in Tourism at Middlesex University London and in the past he was Associate Professor and Head of the Hotel and Tourism Management Department, Faculty of Management and Economics at the Cyprus University of Technology. He holds an MSc in International Hospitality Management (University of Strathclyde, 1995), a PhD in Tourism Development and Planning (Bournemouth University, 2000) and a Post Doc in Tourism Marketing (Hellenic Open University, 2006). He edits the 'International Journal of Tourism Policy' and the 'Qualitative Research in Tourism Journal'. He is member of the Editorial Board of sixteen journals (including the leading tourism journal Annals of Tourism Research). He is author of seven books and over 40 peer reviewed articles and book chapters. His work has appeared in leading academic journals such as Annals of Tourism Research, Journal of Travel Research, Tourism Management and Journal of Sustainable Tourism. He has an h-index of 29 and more than 3700 citations. He has acted as Chairman and member of the Organising and Scientific Committees of various international conferences and he has given keynote speeches in several conferences. His research interests are in tourism development and planning, alternative forms of tourism and tourism experience.

Dimitrios Stylidis (Edited By, Series Edited By)
Dimitrios Stylidis is Associate Professor in Tourism Marketing at the Department of Economics, University of Crete. Prior to this he was Senior Lecturer in Tourism at Middlesex University, London. Dimitrios holds an MSc and PhD in tourism from the University of Surrey, U.K. His current research interests include place image and marketing, tourist destination image and behaviour, tourism impacts and residents' attitudes towards tourism development. His work has been published in several journals including Tourism Management, Annals of Tourism Research, Journal of Travel Research, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, and Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing.