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administrative factor in the development of tourist resources and markets in north-west Ireland

Philip David Mowat

administrative factor in the development of tourist resources and markets in north-west Ireland

a comparative study of Ireland"s tourist industries to assess the influence of structures of public administration of tourism upon the development of resources and markets, with particular reference to the North-West region of Ireland,incorporatingwestern N. Ireland and north-west Eire.

by Philip David Mowat

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Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (D. Phil.) - New University of Ulster, 1984.

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Pagination240p. :
Number of Pages240
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Open LibraryOL13872773M

ANNEX 2. TOURISM AS AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TOOL. I. Tourism and the Economy in General. The most important economic feature of activities related to the tourism sector is that they contribute to three high-priority goals of developing countries: the generation of income, employment, and foreign-exchange earnings. The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) reaf-firmed commitment to sustainable development and adopted a framework for action and comprehensive follow-up. The World Economic and Social Survey serves as a valuable resource as we look towards translating the outcome of Rio+20 into concrete actions.

  Supply-side factors include climate conditions, physical attractions, opportunities for activities and socio-cultural events. Although very common, seasonality is usually seen as an undesirable aspect of tourism, as it determines fluctuation of revenue, employment, as well as under- and over-utilisation of infrastructure, services and resources. Tourism development: planning and implementation of strategies with the objective to develop the tourism Hence the challenge for sustainable tourism development is to “overcome these risk factors; ensure effective market place value, quality of service products and meaningful community-private-public resources and institutions to.

indicates that the tourism sector has significantly enhanced its collaboration, and shows good signs of influencing other, external factors under different sector mandates. The NTSS provides inter alia for the development of a domestic tourism growth strategy, focusing on domestic tourism’s contribution to a sustainable tourism economy. tourism industry can only be sustained if the quality of these resources is maintained. Now, more than ever, Ireland’s tourism industry relies on strong and appropriate environmental policies. As a common property resource, the environment is vulnerable to damage because people can benefit from.


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Administrative factor in the development of tourist resources and markets in north-west Ireland by Philip David Mowat Download PDF EPUB FB2

4 MOWAT, P.D. (): The administrative factor in the development of tourist resources and markets in North West Ireland, New University of Ulster, Coleraine.

The administrative factor in the development of tourist resources and markets in North-West Ireland Author: Mowat, P. ISNI: Awarding Body: New University of Ulster Tourism in North-West Ireland Share: Terms and.

tourism sector in Ireland, with particular emphasis on the history of the development of tourism in the Irish economy, state intervention and the integral part played by women in tourism. Introduction Tourism is a significant sector of the modern Irish economy, representing 5% of total exports and % of by: 2.

2 Tourism Development & Innovation – A Strategy For Investment Section 1: Introduction. Introduction. A flourishing tourism industry is vital for Ireland’s economic well being and recovery. It also shapes our image and attractiveness as a great place to live, work and invest.

Ireland Limited are the statutory bodies charged with the responsibility for tourism in Ireland, there are many other organisations, agencies and bodies offering help to develop a rural tourism enterprise. This publication lists and provides web-links for many of these contacts.

Many farms have untapped resources which could form the basis of a. Tourism Ireland’s focus in Tourism Ireland has identified a number of strategic areas to underpin its promotional activity in These include: Focusing resources: Tourism Ireland will focus its investment on the basis of market potential and will continue to implement its market diversification strategy.

We intend to maximise holiday. tourism, religious tourism, ecotourism, sustainable tourism, and educational tourism. Cultural heritage tourism is one of the fastest growing specialty markets in the industry today.

Tourism by the Numbers • Tourism is directly responsible for 5% of the world’s GDP. • The tourist sector employs 1 out of every 12 people around the. Development Institute, Education Bureau for the implementation of the senior secondary Tourism and Hospitality Studies curriculum in schools.

The curriculum support package is developed to broaden students’ knowledge of the different units of the Tourism and Hospitality Studies curriculum. The principal factor affecting the development of an economy is the natural resources.

Among the natural resources, the land area and the quality of the soil, forest wealth, good river system, minerals and oil-resources, good and bracing climate, etc., are included. For economic growth, the existence of natural resources in abundance is essential. Here is the sample answer for Question 6 B on the Development tourism West of Ireland on the paper.

Check out the resource box for more sample answers on Geography. read more. Sample - Q6 C - Development of Manufacturing in Dublin. added by.

Tourism Ireland’s focus in Tourism Ireland has identified a number of strategic areas to underpin its promotional activity in These include: Focusing resources: Tourism Ireland will focus its investment on the basis of market potential and will continue to implement its market diversification strategy.

We will continue to maximise. Research has identified which market segments are particularly important for Tourism Enterprise Development Programme. European Year of Cultural Heritage. Close. Capital Development Funding. Close. Northern Ireland Tourism Awards. Northern Ireland Tourism Awards.

Close. Business Tourism and Travel Trade. Business Tourism. Travel Trade. Tourism is the island of Ireland’s largest indigenous industry; responsible for in excess of 4% of GNP in the Republic of Ireland and employing aroundpeople across the island. Inwe welcomed around million overseas visitors to the island of Ireland (+6% on ), delivering revenue of approximately € billion (+10%).

night. A tourist can be a domestic tourist (for example resident of Johannesburg staying one night in Durban), a regional tourist (a visitor from Zimbabwe spending one or more nights in the Free State) or an overseas tourist (a resident of Germany staying one or more nights in the North-West Province).

See definition of international tourist. Details about Tourism NI's environmental sustainability policy. We are committed to the improvement of our own operational environmental performance, minimising our environmental impact and making resource efficiency a core requirement of all our operations.

Emerging Markets. Emerging Markets are building momentum and delivering record-breaking visitor numbers to the island of Ireland with a year on year growth of 42%. Air connectivity is one of the key factors influencing growth from the Emerging Markets and.

Tourism authority releases comprehensive insights into future visitors Fáilte Ireland today published its most comprehensive examination of the adventure tourism market, examining key activities and illustrating where the future potential lies in this fast-growing tourism demographic for Ireland as a destination.

In recent years Northern Ireland and its capital city Belfast, have seen increased visitor numbers and a series of tourism development initiatives have been put in place. The city of Belfast has a number of attractions and is very much associated with the liner Titanic since the ship was built in Belfast one hundred years ago.

Southern Ireland had 3 m staying visitors in Tourism is a major area of the Republic's economy, accounting for % of the GDP, earning IR 40 m in foreign exchange and supporting 69 jobs in Total tourism revenue, including foreign, domestic markets and day visits, amounted to IR.1 billion in of which 70% was from.

ensuring that natural resource wealth translates into sustained economic development. Maximizing the value of natural resources for sustained growth and development, and avoiding the resource curse, requires policies that formalize and codify revenue management procedures.

Such laws are being put into place in countries around the. Ireland, France and the United States illustrates how regional economic growth can also be linked to tourism development.

Can the power of tourism’s growth potential be harnessed to pull rural regions out of decline? Already tourism to rural regions is increasing. Can-- and will -- that increase continue? Will rural tourism provide sufficient. Tourism is expected to generate £1bn bywith m people visiting Northern Ireland in The Open’s previous visit to Northern Ireland inthe North West and the Ulster Grand Prix in Dundrod were all part of the draw for visitors in the s and s when tourism boomed.Tourism Ireland in overseas markets and regional tourism partnerships 4 Take Care of our Visitors – every step of the way We must ensure positive first and lasting impressions, aiming to exceed visitor expectations.

We need to make it easy for our visitors, from the first point of contact onwards. Our key partners in delivery will be DETI.