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Tourism and poverty reduction

Jonathan Mitchell

Tourism and poverty reduction

pathways to prosperity

by Jonathan Mitchell

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Published by Earthscan in London, Sterling, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tourism,
  • Tourism -- Government policy,
  • Poverty -- Government policy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJonathan Mitchell and Caroline Ashley.
    ContributionsAshley, Caroline.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG155.A1 M54 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23687735M
    ISBN 109781844078882, 9781844078899
    LC Control Number2009033073

      How tourism can alleviate poverty Visitors to developing countries often want to do something about the poverty they’re exposed to. But the mere act of travelling can make a difference. Tourism and Poverty Reduction Strategies in the Integrated Framework 3 ExECutivE Summary Executive Summary Over the past 50 years, international tourism has grown extraordinarily and it is now one of the most important industries in the world in employment creation and generation of foreign Size: 1MB.

    tourism and poverty reduction by exploring opportunities and constraints of local people in the tourism value chain (TVC). A qualitative case study approach was applied to this research. Siem Reap town – where the poverty rate is still high although tourism has grown for .   Tourism and Poverty Reduction draws on international evidence throughout, but provides particular insights into Africa and other less developed countries. It makes a major contribution to a more coherent, cross-disciplinary and sensitive approach to the tourism-poverty : Taylor And Francis.

    1. Introduction. Although it is still controversial whether tourism contributes to reducing poverty worldwide, China is witnessing a dramatic reduction in the poverty rate as a result of the implementation of the Poverty Alleviation Tourism Policy (PATP) by the Chinese : Dazhi Qin, Hong Xu, Yeasun Chung.   The potential of tourism industry to contribute towards poverty reduction is enormous. Andaman Discoveries recently attended the launch of a new book on tourism and poverty reduction, written by Jonathon Mitchell and Caroline Ashley from the Overseas Development Institute in London.


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Book Description. Over the past decade, there have been an increasing number of publications that have analysed and critiqued the potential of tourism to be a mechanism for poverty reduction in less economically developed countries (LEDCs).

This book provides an overview of a broad array of analyses of how tourism affects poor people. First, it pulls these together to identify three main pathways by which impacts on poverty can be delivered.

Second, it reviews the empirical evidence on the scale and significance of impacts within each pathway, exploring where comparisons can be made and where they cannot. Tourism and Poverty Reduction draws on international evidence throughout, but provides particular insights into Africa and other less developed countries.

It makes a major contribution to a more coherent, cross-disciplinary and sensitive approach to the tourism-poverty by:   A new book, by Jonathan Mitchell and Caroline Ashley ‘Tourism and Poverty Reduction: Pathways to Prosperity’ examines the poverty-reducing impacts of tourism across a range of developing countries.

The book looks to answer the following urgent questions for policy makers. Tourism development can be inclusive and assist towards poverty reduction only if a broad array of stakeholders contribute both to the creation of opportunities as well as to sharing of its Author: Regina Scheyvens. Five main themes are illustrated throughout the book: (1) measuring impacts of tourism on poverty; (2) the need to evaluate whether interventions that aim to reduce poverty are effective; (3) how unbalanced power relations and weak governance can undermine efforts; (4) the importance of the private sector’s use of pro-poor business practices Book Edition: 1st Edition.

Best for poverty reduction and inclusion is awarded to a tourism organisation with a creative and long-term approach to reducing poverty in local communities and including local and marginalised people in Tourism and poverty reduction book activities.

Explained: The Best for poverty reduction and inclusion category is one of the longest standing categories of the World Responsible Tourism Awards. Perspectives on Tourism and Poverty Reduction, Channel View Publications, Clevedon. pp Hbk ISBNEbook ISBN (special issue of Author: Colin Michael Hall.

Over the past decade, there have been an increasing number of publications that have analysed and critiqued the potential of tourism to be a mechanism for poverty reduction in less economically developed countries (LEDCs).

This book showcases work by established and emerging researchers that provides new thinking and tests previously made assumptions, providing an essential guide for students. Through a series of cases and reviews from experts in the field this book provides one of the first assessments of the effectiveness of pro-poor tourism as a development strategy and tackles the issue of who benefits from tourism's potential role in poverty reduction.

This timely book therefore makes a major contribution to the ongoing debate. Tourism and Poverty Reduction draws on international evidence throughout, but provides particular insights into Africa and other less developed countries.

It makes a major contribution to a more coherent, cross-disciplinary and sensitive approach to the tourism-poverty debate/5(3). Tourism and Poverty Reduction: Pathways to Prosperity (Tourism, Environment and Development Series) - Kindle edition by Ashley, Caroline, Mitchell, Jonathan, Ashley, Caroline.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Tourism and Poverty Reduction: Pathways to Prosperity (Tourism /5(1). Key words: Poverty reduction, pro-poor tourism, Amboseli, national park, local communities, Kenya.

The International Journal of Development Dialogue, Vol. 2 No. 1, February 35 INTRODUCTION Poverty reduction is a key agenda and priority area in many countries in the world, especially inFile Size: KB.

The seven approaches, set up in the previous publication “Tourism and Poverty Alleviation: Recommendations for Action”, have been used to facilitate a more accurate description of the mechanisms that contribute to poverty reduction:Employment of the poor in tourism enterprises, Supply of goods and services to tourism enterprises by the poor.

developed to link tourism with poverty reduction, large-scale poverty reduction from tourism depends upon clear strategies consulted, articulated and monitored through national poverty reduction strategy plans. Targeted interventions Economic growth is an essential but.

Book - Tourism and Poverty Reduction: Pathways to Prosperity. Decem at PM. Tourism can reduce poverty in developing countries. But tourism growth is not universally inclusive of the poor. Moreover our understanding of how tourism affects the poor is largely based on partial and superficial analysis.

Researchers from different. This book explores the issue of poverty reduction within mainland Southeast Asia with a specific focus on the impact of the private sector and tourism. Covering Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and Yunnan, the book discusses how success in poverty reduction has come about largely through innovation in the private sector, foreign.

The objective of the paper is to study the role of tourism to poverty alleviation. The problem of poverty is a fundamental problem and tourism is one of the many important ways to solve this. Scope lies in the fact that tourism may generate income which is supposed to alleviate poverty.

This may create a tourism-income-poverty reduction : Hiranmoy Roy. tourism poverty and development Download tourism poverty and development or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get tourism poverty and development book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in. It reviews current experience of tourism and poverty reduction in order to identify what is known about the contribution, which the tourism industry can make to the elimination of poverty; and makes recommendations for action by government, the industry, development agencies and local communities.

This study examines the roles of tourism activities on poverty alleviation in Unguja, Zanzibar. Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in Zanzibar.

Its rapid expansion has been considered as an interesting possibility for poverty Size: KB.Tourism and Poverty Reduction draws on international evidence throughout, but provides particular insights into Africa and other less developed countries. It makes a major contribution to a more coherent, cross-disciplinary and sensitive approach to the tourism-poverty debate.This book explores the issue of poverty reduction within mainland Southeast Asia with a specific focus on the impact of the private sector and tourism.

Covering Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, and Yunnan, the book discusses how success in poverty reduction has come about largely through innovation in the private sector, foreign Brand: Palgrave Macmillan.