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FIRE - First-Year Innovation and Research Experience 2020-2021: Travel & Tourism
These resources have been selected to help you get started with your Grand Challenge research. Their purpose is to familiarize you with ideas related to your challenge, but you are not limited to these specific articles, videos, and books. This is not an exhaustive list, there are many other resources you can find!
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This pre-pandemic dossier presents a range of statistics and facts about travel and tourism in the United States. It includes information on travel and tourism expenditure, inbound and outbound visitor figures, consumer behavior, and more.
According to the Mobility Market Outlook on COVID-19, the revenue for the travel and tourism industry in Italy will be the most affected by the pandemic, decreasing from 20.3 billion U.S. dollars in 2019 to about 11.2 billion U.S. dollars in 2020.
This book is a practical handbook for entrepreneurship in tourism related industries. The book will provide students and prospective entrepreneurs with the knowledge, know-how and best practices in order to assist them in planning, implementing and managing business ventures in the field of tourism.
Exploring the ambiguous relationship between fandom and consumer culture, this book provides a critical overview of fans, fan cultures and fan experiences in relation to the broader experience and transformation economy.
Over recent decades, the UK's transport system has undergone radical changes as a result of increased investment, the growth of population centres and technological advancements. In Driving Change: Travel in the Twenty-First Century, David Metz examines the role new business models and government policies have played in these changes, highlighting many of the unforseen consequences for transport development and for future outcomes.
While the latest travel data reflects the dire situation that we face, it is very useful when speaking with Congress, the administration and government leaders about the urgent need to provide relief to our industry now. We also know that real-time insights are critical to detecting shifts in traveler behavior and sentiment so that you can plan appropriately for the future. Published by the US Travel Association
The tourism economy has been heavily hit by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and measures introduced to contain its spread. Depending on the duration of the crisis, revised scenarios indicate that the potential shock could range between a 60-80% decline in the international tourism economy in 2020.