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Tourism Planning & Development

Virtual Special Issue of Tourism Planning and Development - Available till 31st December 2019

Tourism embodies the potential for change. The World Tourism Day is commemorated each year on 27 September through the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO). The aim is to raise awareness among the international community about the importance of tourism in terms of its socio-cultural, environmental, political and economic value. The World Tourism Day 2019 is focused on the theme is “Tourism and Jobs: A better future for all’.

 

The 12 articles selected here cover theoretical, conceptual and practical issues about tourism’s potential in creating jobs. The articles provide a wide range of interesting insights into both the potentials and challenges in creating sustainable jobs and livelihoods through tourism. The articles have been selected to reflect both time and regional dimensions.  What the articles have in common is that they emphasise on tourism’s role in job creation, livelihood diversification and poverty reduction. It is our hope that this virtual issue provides a free and open access to academic knowledge that expresses the ethos of this year’s theme.

- Emmanuel Adu-Ampong

 

The articles are free to download from 27 September until the end of 2019

 

 

 

Article Title Author(s) VolumeIssue
Development Alternatives in the Pacific: How Tourism Corporates Can Work More Effectively with Local CommunitiesEmma Hughes & Regina Scheyvens155
Homestays as an Alternative Tourism Product for Sustainable Community Development: A Case Study of Women-Managed Tourism Product in Rural NepalBaikuntha Prasad Acharya
&Elizabeth A. Halpenny
104
Community Corporate Joint Ventures: An Alternative Model for Pro-Poor Tourism Development

Rebecca Maria Torres ,Paul Skillicorn &Velvet Nelson
83
Who Benefits from Community-based Ecotourism Development? Insights from Tafi Atome, GhanaEwoenam Afua Afenyo &Francis Eric Amuquandoh112
Tourism and Poverty Reduction: An Interpretation by the Poor of Elmina, GhanaAndrew Holden ,Joel Sonne &Marina Novelli83
Tourism, Gender and Development in the Third World: A Case Study from Northern Laos
Corinne Flacke-Neudorfer
42
Fair Trade Tourism South Africa: A Pragmatic Poverty Reduction Mechanism?
Karla Boluk
83
Pro-Poor Tourism: Looking Backward as We Move ForwardV. Dao Truong112
Tourism, Poverty Reduction and the Political Economy: Egyptian Perspectives on Tourism's Economic Benefits in a Semi-Rentier StateChristian Steiner33
Transformation Through Tourism: Harnessing Tourism as a Development Tool for Improved LivelihoodsHannah R. Messerli83
Tourism’s Contribution to an Equal Income Distribution: Perspectives from Local Enterprises
Van Hoang Nguyen & Carolin Funck
83

Tourism Planning and Development (TPD) aims to explore and advance our theoretical and practical understandings of the intersections between tourism, planning and development studies. Each of these fields of study is characterised by rich scholarly and interdisciplinary traditions. TPD seeks to leverage these and other complementary scholarly traditions to build new interdisciplinary understandings in tourism planing and development.

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