Business & Economics:

Blood on the Beach

Managing the impact of political crises on tourism

Patrice Veuthey, Vorawan Kanlayanasukho
Memoirs Publishing, 2016 - Business & Economics - 196 pages

Political acts of violence in tourist destinations, such as the attacks in Paris, Ankara, and Sousse, have a disastrous and long- lasting effect on local people and businesses, to say nothing of the tourists themselves. In these days of instant communication, the effect is all the more dramatic and far-reaching, as even reputedly safe destinations are under threat.
Drawn from doctoral research, this book offers a practical application of management framework for tourism professionals. The book reveals a fascinating picture of the true impact of political crises and terrorism on the tourism industry and the tourists.

After the Ultimate Virus

Sandra J Darroch
ETT Imprint, April 7, 2020 - Fiction - 196 pages

In the wake of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the world learned some big lessons. But not enough. Life eventually returned to normal, affluence and profligate activity increased - it was The Best of Times. But then the gap between the Haves and the Have-Nots grew.