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Author Beritelli, Pietro
Title Contemporary Destination Governance : A Case Study Approach
Imprint Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2015
©2015
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Descript 1 online resource (278 pages)
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Series Bridging Tourism Theory and Practice Ser. ; v.6
Bridging Tourism Theory and Practice Ser
Note Front Cover -- Contemporary Destination Governance: A Case Study Approach -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Introduction: Emerging Landscape of Destination Governance -- Foundations -- Perspectives -- Outlooks -- PART I: SWITZERLAND -- Overview -- Case 1 Lenzerheide -- Introduction -- Managing Different Actor in Destination Networks -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance and Stakeholder Groups -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 2 Toggenburg -- Introduction -- Destination Rejuvenation -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Life Cycle Concept and Institutional Analysis -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 3 Saas-Fee/Saastal -- Introduction -- Hierarchical Destination Governance Systems -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- The Local Network and the Elite -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- PART II: GERMANY -- Overview -- Case 4 Bodenmais -- Introduction -- Governance during the Life Cycle -- Facts about the Destination -- Life Cycle of Bodenmais -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 5 Altmühltal -- Introduction -- Cooperation in Community-Based Destinations -- Facts about the Destination -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 6 Bad Gögging -- Introduction -- Establishment of Relations and Trust -- Facts about the Destination -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- PART III: AUSTRIA -- Overview -- Case 7 Stubaital -- Introduction -- Communication and Relational Management -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 8 Ötztal -- Introduction
Network Formation and Destination Merger -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 9 Seefeld -- Introduction -- Community and Corporate Model Destinations -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- PART IV: ITALY -- Overview -- Case 10 Tisens/Tesimo -- Introduction -- Destination Governance In Change Corridors -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 11 Naturns/Naturno -- Introduction -- Embedded Entrepreneurship -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 12 Passeiertal/Val Passiria -- Introduction -- Cooperation In Leading Firm Destinations -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- PART V: AUSTRALIA -- Overview -- Case 13 Tourism and Events Queensland -- Introduction -- Destination Governance at a State Level -- Facts about the Destination -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 14 Gold Coast, Queensland -- Introduction -- Social Network Analysis -- Facts about the Destination -- Historical Background and Development -- Product, Services, and Market Situation -- Prospects for Further Development -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Case 15 Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast -- Introduction -- Destination Stakeholders' Visioning Process -- Facts about the Destination -- Historical Background and Development -- Products, Services, and Market Situation -- Governance -- Conclusion -- Questions -- PART VI: CANADA
Case 16 The 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games -- Introduction -- Adaptability in Destination Governance -- Whistler, British Columbia, and its Governance System -- Adaptive Governance -- Whistler's Olympic Governance Approach -- Conclusion -- Questions -- Conclusion: Toward a Theory of Destination Governance -- Toward a Theory of Destination Governance -- Summary of the Cases -- Switzerland-Governance at Different Development Stages -- Germany-Different Issues during the Destination Life Cycle -- Austria-Differences in Formal and Informal Governance Systems -- Italy and South Tyrol-Different Governance Forms and Their Implications -- Australia-Interplay of Governance Systems at Different Levels -- Canada-Mega-Event Governance -- Theoretical Implications -- Conclusion -- References -- Online Resources -- Further Reading -- About the Authors
This book approaches the issue of contemporary destination governance from a case study point of view. 16 destinations from across Europe, Australia and Canada are presented in detail and an overview of their respective historical developments, their resource endowments and market positions as well as their stakeholder structure is given
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Beritelli, Pietro Contemporary Destination Governance : A Case Study Approach Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited,c2015 9781783501120
Subject Tourism -- Europe -- Management -- Case studies.;Tourism -- Australia -- Management -- Case studies.;Tourism -- Canada -- Management -- Case studies.;Tourism -- Management
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Alt Author Pechlaner, Harald
Pichler, Sabine
Peters, Mike
Scott, Noel R
Cai, Liping A
Pichler, Sabine, 3rd
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