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Hospitality: a liberal introduction
Hospitality management higher education's historic origins have resulted in a strong vocational ethos permeating curricula. Knowledge about hospitality has been drawn from the industry and the world of work rather than ...
Employing a Lifecycle Typology to Generate a Unified and Strategic Approach to Regional Wine Tourism Development
(Taylor & Francis Online, 2012-08)
As a leading player in the international wine arena, Australia's wine regions have experienced the full range of lifecycle stages. This article uses a lifecycle typology that classifies regions as emerging, growing, maturing ...
Identifying structural changes and regime switching in growing and declining inbound tourism markets in Australia
(Taylor & Francis Online, 2015-08)
This paper examines the dynamic changes in the number of tourists arriving in Australia from 53 markets using monthly data (1991m1–2014m4). A modified capital asset pricing model incorporating Markov switching and Bai–Perron ...
Australia in the Asian century-a critique of the white paper
This article critiques the Australian Government's White Paper: Australia in the Asian Century. It begins by reflecting on the relationship between Australia and Asia suggesting that this is measured solely through the ...
Manage the media: be proactive and co-ordinated.
(Threshold Press Ltd, 2002)
This paper presents managers' perceptions on the influence of media on the hospitality industry in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. A brief profile of the Australian hospitality industry is presented. It is concluded that ...