Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Society for Research into Higher Education. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes. Book Description. This introductory guide offers innovative ideas and strategies to students undertaking their first social science research work. Academically rigorous yet accessible, it uses a systematic step-by-step approach to illustrate the research process and its applications to the tourism industry. The book represents a state of the art review of key research on small firms in tourism in relation to European integration. It is, therefore, an essential resource for those engaged in research relating to tourism SMEs in transitional economies throughout the world. In addition, it is an essential purchase for the increasing number of students studying modules on small businesses as part of Reviews: 1. The internationalization of higher education is a world-wide phenomenon, subject to multiple interpretations at national, institutional and individual levels. Still, much of the mainstream literature on this topic is concentrated on a small number of countries and a narrow range of key topics. To address this gap, The Future Agenda for Internationalization in Higher Education offers a broader.
Tourism now accounts for 7% of global exports, making it the world’s third largest export industry. Europe is ranked as the world’s number one destination for international arrivals, million in , over half the global total, growing by 6% in This book was substantially written before the appearance of Graff's book in the spring of and differs from it in important respects. First, it covers a briefer time period but deals with eastern as well as western Europe, using a wider range of literature in languages other than English and French. This study has partially answered a call for future research by Ballantyne et al. () in light of the relative scarcity of tourism education studies, as only 2% of 2, publications in the top. How is higher education in Europe structured? The Study in Europe website covers higher education in 33 European countries. Each country has its own individual higher education system – but all are part of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The EHEA system helps ensure that higher education systems across Europe are compatible - and that students, researchers and academics in Europe.
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