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18 03, 2011

A greater international competitiveness of cross-border destinations

By |March 18th, 2011|Article, Dissertation, Master in Tourism Destination Management, Publication, TDM, Thesis|0 Comments

Master in Tourism Destination Management dissertation by TDM student Judith Rehage (December, 2010).

 

Title: Towards a greater international competitiveness of cross-border destinations: Internal strategic destination management criteria for future success. A case study of the heterogeneous cross-border destination ‘Lake Constance’

As the title of this master dissertation reveals, the topic of this research is […]

11 06, 2010

TDM students @ DM Radio 107.2 FM on Bali

By |June 11th, 2010|Bali, Master in Tourism Destination Management|0 Comments

During the field trip 2010, TDM students interviewed Ratna Soebrata, who is a very active representative of the tourism industry on Bali. Besides her job at the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) on Bali as well as her own tour operating company and numerous other important tourism positions, Ratna is also working at a […]

25 10, 2009

Ecuadorian government stumbles into a political minefield on the Galapagos: The giant tortoise, the tourist or the local resident – who is more important?!

By |October 25th, 2009|Regional developments|4 Comments

The Galapagos is one of the most remarkable places in the world, distinguishing itself through its wild and rough beauty, an incredible mixture of amazing, rare species and an exotic marine life. About 650 miles west of Ecuador this ecological masterpiece in the Pacific Ocean already encouraged Darwin to formulate his evolutionary theory. One […]

4 10, 2009

Climbing famous Uluru (Ayers Rock) in Australia: Conflicting perspectives amongst stakeholders at its peak

By |October 4th, 2009|Australia, International Tourism Context, Master in Tourism Destination Management, Oceania|202 Comments

‘The Rock’ – down under’s physical and spiritual heart – certainly is amongst the top ten ‘must-do’s’ in each and every Australian travel guide. The world’s largest monolith, situated in the red outback of Australia’s Northern Territory, attracts thousands of inquisitive visitors each year. Those, in turn, blatantly attract inconsistent positions on a very […]