Contemporary Hospitality and Tourism Management Issues in China and India: Today's Dragons and Tigers
"The only textbook that deals with hospitality and tourism management issues in China and India, Theoretical and applied information on hospitality management and tourism developments in these emerging markets, Industry case studies offer real-life application of theories and issues and contain exercises and discussion points. 'Contemporary Hospitality Tourism Management Issues in China and India: today's dragons and tigers' represents a comprehensive, authoritative and up-to-date analysis of key sectors in the hospitality and tourism industries in China and India and addresses the market's growing need for information on these industries in these countries. Divided into three parts it covers: The Chinese and Indian Contexts: examines economic, social and demographic perspectives, policy, language and government. Hospitality and Tourism Management in China (Including Hong Kong and Macau): analyses the hospitality and tourism industries in China and examines management issues, Hospitality and Tourism Management in India: analyses the hospitality and tourism industries in India and examines management issues. The text is written in an accessible style, drawing on the authors' wealth of educational, industry and travel experience. Case studies from the Oberoi Group, Holiday Inn Resort, Goa, Hong Kong Disney, tourism development in Macau and many more, represent real-life experiences of hospitality and tourism companies and organisations operating in these countries. They include interactive exercises and discussion points to contextualise the theory and learning." - book jacket.
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Contemporary Hospitality and Tourism Management Issues in China and India
Stephen Ball,Kevin Nield,Susan Horner
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