Tourism in Mediterranean Islands: A comparative analysis

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Abstract

This chapter analyses the main dimensions of 24 Mediterranean islands representing seven European countries. It highlights some of the economic barriers to sustainability. Islands are classified by area into large, medium, small and micro, and also by population density- from high to low. The Mediterranean islands represent a wide variety of situations and common problems, and every economic decision has had an immediate impact on the sustainability of the economies of each island.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteIsland tourism: sustainable perspectives
Pagine186-196
Numero di pagine11
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2011

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Tourism
Comparative analysis
Economics
Sustainability
Population density
European countries

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  • Business, Management and Accounting(all)
  • Social Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Ruggieri, G. (2011). Tourism in Mediterranean Islands: A comparative analysis. In Island tourism: sustainable perspectives (pagg. 186-196)

Tourism in Mediterranean Islands: A comparative analysis. / Ruggieri, Giovanni.

Island tourism: sustainable perspectives. 2011. pag. 186-196.

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Ruggieri, G 2011, Tourism in Mediterranean Islands: A comparative analysis. in Island tourism: sustainable perspectives. pagg. 186-196.
Ruggieri G. Tourism in Mediterranean Islands: A comparative analysis. In Island tourism: sustainable perspectives. 2011. pag. 186-196
Ruggieri, Giovanni. / Tourism in Mediterranean Islands: A comparative analysis. Island tourism: sustainable perspectives. 2011. pagg. 186-196
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