Cruising in the Global Economy: Profits, Pleasure and Work at Sea
This interdisciplinary analysis of the business of cruise tourism elicits an examination of states' relationship to the maritime regulatory structure governing ship ownership, management and operations; cruise lines' business strategies; and changing leisure consumption patterns and meanings.
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