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  • Laura Wilson
    **apologies for cross-posting** We are pleased to announce the publication of Knowledge Management in Tourism: Policy and Governance Applications Series:
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      **apologies for cross-posting**

      We are pleased to announce the publication of ‘Knowledge Management in Tourism: Policy and Governance Applications’

       

      Series: Bridging Tourism Theory and Practice v. 4

      Contributor(s): Eduardo Fayos-Sola (editor), Joao Albino Matos de Silva (editor), Jafar Jafari (editor), Jafar Jafari (series editor), Liping A. Cai (series editor)

      ISBN: 9781780529806

      ISSN: 2042-1443

       

      Synopsis

       

      Sixty years after its birth, contemporary tourism is at crossroads. It has grown to become a key element of economic well-being, but it is threatened and threatening. Its enemies are congestion, destruction of natural and cultural environments, and social unrest. However, it also contributes its fair share to these evils. How can tourism really become a fulcrum for development and sustainability in the 21st century?

       

      Table of Contents – view in full here

       

      Part I: Tourism and Development

      Part II: Tourism and Climate Change

      Part III: Tourism and Governance

       

      Best wishes,

       

      Laura Wilson

      Editorial Assistant | Emerald Group Publishing Limited

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      lwilson@... | http://emeraldinsight.com/

       

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    • Michael Hall
      60 years after its birth for contemporary tourism ? I think that there could be some improved knowledge management in the history and timelines of tourism -
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      RE: [rtsnet] New publication: 'Knowledge Management in Tourism'

      60 years after its birth for 'contemporary tourism'? I think that there could be some improved knowledge management in the history and timelines of tourism - or is this just publisher's hyperbole?

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      michael

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      **apologies for cross-posting**

      We are pleased to announce the publication of 'Knowledge Management in Tourism: Policy and Governance Applications'

      Series: Bridging Tourism Theory and Practice<http://books.emeraldinsight.com/display.asp?K=9781780529806> v. 4
      Contributor(s): Eduardo Fayos-Sola (editor), Joao Albino Matos de Silva (editor), Jafar Jafari (editor), Jafar Jafari (series editor), Liping A. Cai (series editor)
      ISBN: 9781780529806
      ISSN: 2042-1443

      Synopsis

      Sixty years after its birth, contemporary tourism is at crossroads. It has grown to become a key element of economic well-being, but it is threatened and threatening. Its enemies are congestion, destruction of natural and cultural environments, and social unrest. However, it also contributes its fair share to these evils. How can tourism really become a fulcrum for development and sustainability in the 21st century?

      Table of Contents - view in full here<http://emeraldinsight.com/books.htm?issn=2042-1443&volume=4>

      Part I: Tourism and Development

      Part II: Tourism and Climate Change
      Part III: Tourism and Governance

      Best wishes,

      Laura Wilson
      Editorial Assistant | Emerald Group Publishing Limited
      Tel: +44 (0) 1274 515671 | +44 (0) 1274 785244
      lwilson@...<mailto:lwilson@...> | http://emeraldinsight.com/

      [Description: twitter]<https://twitter.com/EmeraldMH> Follow EmeraldMentalHealth on Twitter<http://www.twitter.com/EmeraldMH>

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