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Tourism Management And Policy

Author : Tan Ern Ser
ISBN : 9789814489966
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 71.91 MB
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Tourism development is not merely about boosting tourist figures and bringing in more tourist dollars. Undoubtedly, it has to do with developing tourism resources, infrastructure, products, and attractions, but it is also about a society, polity, and economy meeting the challenges of globalization, the new millennium, and nation-building. This book deals with those issues from different perspectives and through the case of Singapore, a city-state highly integrated into the global economy. It addresses specific areas like tourism manpower, theme parks, and beaches, as well as the broader issues of economic strategy, political economy, and culture. Collectively, the articles in this book provide readers with a sense of where Singapore has gone and where it is in terms of tourism management and policy. Contents:Tourism Plans:Tourism in Singapore: An Overview of Policies and Issues (B S A Yeoh et al.)Singapore's New Economic Initiatives and Implications for Tourism (L Low)Tourism 21 and Singapore's Tourism Satellite Accounts (C Khoo)Regionalisation as a Strategy for Singapore's Tourism Development (E Tham)Gateways, Hubs and Destinations: Transportation Hierarchies in Southeast Asia (N Sriram et al.)Tourism Resources and Infrastructure:Developments in the Air Transport Industry: Implications for Singapore Tourism (A T H Chin)Modelling Competency: An Example from the Singapore Tourism Industry (C L Chong et al.)Effects of the Regional Financial Turmoil on Gazetted Hotels in Singapore (B Boon & L Chin)The Business of Pleasure: Singapore as a Tourism Business Centre (T C Chang)Impact of Tourism on the Retail Trade in Singapore: A Quantitative Assessment (J S Yong)Tourism Products:Theme Parks in Singapore (P Teo & B S A Yeoh)The Cruise Industry of Southeast Asia: Singapore's Perspective (L K Lee & K C Liow)Managing Beach Tourism in Singapore (P P Wong)Marketing Authenticity in Tourism: Success and Limitations (K H C Chia)Convention Tourism Development in Singapore: A Study of the Delegates' Family Members (V T S Seah) Readership: Undergraduates, graduate students and researchers in economics, management, business and sociology. Keywords:Singapore;Tourism — Management;Tourism — Policy;Tourism — Information Technology;Tourism — Infrastructure;Tourism — Products;Tourism — Attractions;Tourism — Globalization;Tourism — Theme Parks;Tourism — CultureReviews:“… the volume makes a worthy contribution to the broader literature examining tourism management and policy … it offers readers insights into how things are done in Singapore and the issues and challenges confronting specific tourism activities. Students, researchers, and practitioners of the industry in Singapore will definitely find this valuable. Those from further afield may also find the collection informative and enlightening … a variety of insights may be gleaned that may prove to be of value to audiences in other countries.”Pacific Tourism Review
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Pages: 177
Authors: Temasek Polytechnic
Categories: Cooking
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-07-15 - Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd

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