Tourism And The Maltese Islands
Tourism and the Maltese Islands – Observations, reflections and proposals focuses on a number of key issues and themes present within the complex tourism industry of the Maltese Islands. The research draws upon various countries and settings, which contributes to shedding light upon and clarifying similar and parallel topics and arguments. Academic research needs to be continuously brought forward so
that policy makers, investors and decision makers have updated tools and information at their disposal. Without access to constantly evolving research, enacted policies tend to be inadequate or faulty. This publication aims to help address this necessity.
“This title stands out as being a comprehensive review of many aspects of how tourism has unfolded in Malta: the book is as much evidence of tourism’s increasing sophistication and complexity – dare we still refer to it as one industry? … The leitmotifs that run through this text speak to concerns about sustainability, competitiveness, alternative markets, restoring authenticity and intercultural competences.” – Godfrey Baldacchino, Pro Rector, University of Malta
By: George Cassar & Marie Avellino
No of pages: 304