Sustainable Performance and Tourism 350

Sustainable Performance and Tourism:

A Collection of Tools and Best Practices

 

Editors: José Mondéjar-Jiménez, Guido Ferrari María-del-Val Segarra-Oña and Angel Peiró-Signes

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Summary

Linking sustainable performance and tourism, this book presents a collection of tools and case studies. It provides an excellent source of high quality research. Readers will find different and new ways to approach sustainability. Applied case studies where historic Mediterranean theatres and traditional equestrian Iberian routes combine with the modernity of a luxurious beach terrace are included. The state-of-the-art research on street art or slow tourism strategies and its relation with tourism-marketing strategies are also highlighted. Policy-makers will be find it useful to read the discussion of the analysis of sustainable fisheries, the Latin American ecosystem and their relationship with eco-tourism. Lastly, the book addresses the need for energy reduction, including conventional approaches and also new measurement metrics and regulatory proposals. This book presents real world research with a pragmatic focus.
 

Readership

It is of key interest to students, academics, practitioners and policy makers.

ISBN (print):                  978-1-909287-94-5

Publication date:           January 2015

Territorial rights:            worldwide

Number of pages:         233

Size (print):                   297mm x 210mm

Readership:                  university and professional


 


Contents

Chapter 01.-Recreational carrying capacity as a tool for managing visitor experience and heritage protection of the ancient Mediterranean theatres

M.J. Viñals, M. Morant, P. Alonso-Monasterio, M.D. Teruel............................... 7

Chapter 02.- Slow tourism: an alternative model for local and tourist development

E. Di-Clemente, J.M. Hernández-Mogollón, P. de Salvo, A.M. Campón-Cerro23

Chapter 03.- Marketing places: highlighting the key elements for attracting mural-based tourism

M. de-Miguel-Molina, V. Santamarina-Campos, M.Segarra-Oña, B. de-Miguel-Molina37

Chapter 04.- Tourist local destination, trust and business opportunities: the role of ethical business management certification

P. Ruiz-Palomino, R. del Pozo-Rubio, J. Rodrigo-Alarcón.............................. 47

Chapter 05.- A proposal for of the USALI by inclusion of environmental behaviour indicators and information

A. Ciudad-Gómez.................................................................................................... 57

Chapter 06.-The Spanish equestrian routes. Opportunities and pitfalls for developing this new tourism product

M.J. Viñals, M. Morant, M.D. Teruel, P. Alonso-Monasterio............................. 73

Chapter 07.- Trade shows as marketing tools

A. Rodríguez, M.D. Reina, C. Sevilla................................................................... 89

Chapter 08.- A review of eco-innovation from a research-line perspective

Ll. Miret-Pastor, J. Mondéjar-Jiménez, A. Peiró-Signes, M. Segarra-Oña... 103

Chapter 09.- Geographic information systems (GIS) and new business opportunities for ecotourism

A. Moya-Fuero, R. Martínez-Cañas, P. Ruiz-Palomino.................................. 113

Chapter 10.- The service vision: a case study in how to reposition a terrace

J. Rubio, C. Miñana, J. Meyer, C. Grandi, J. García, S. Dietz........................ 129

Chapter 11.- Stock market performance of the tourism enterprises in Spain during the economic crisis

P. Moya-Martínez, R. del Pozo Rubio, R. Martínez Cañas............................ 141

Chapter 12.- Co-management and ecoinnovation in traditional fishing. A case study

Ll. Miret-Pastor, P. Herrera-Racionero, C. Muñoz-Zamora............................ 155

Chapter 13.- The necessary cooperation and coordination between the government with different competences on tourism and environment

A.P. Domínguez Alonso....................................................................................... 165

Chapter 14.- Interpretative messages and social networks. New challenges for the strategic communication of protected areas

M.D. Teruel, M.J. Viñals, M. Morant.................................................................... 173

Chapter 15.- Analysis of the supply of accommodation at an inland tourist destination in the context of a general recession

E. Pérez-Calderón, F.J. Ortega-Rosell, P. Milanés-Montero......................... 187

Chapter 16.- Pensions and employment in Spain: An alternative view

E. Febrero, F. Bermejo.......................................................................................... 195

Chapter 17.- Ecotourism in Latin America, latest trends

C. Carrascosa-López, M. Segarra-Oña, A. Peiró-Signes, M. de-Miguel-Molina209

Chapter 18.- The current Spanish feed-in tariff system. An economic and financial analysis of solar photovoltaic plants installed in Extremadura

P. Milanés-Montero, A. Arroyo-Farrona, E. Pérez-Calderón, F.J. Ortega-Rosell      219

 

 

 

 

 

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José Mondéjar-Jiménez, Guido Ferrari María-del-Val Segarra-Oña and Angel Peiró-Signes

 

 

 

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