The impact of crises on tourism has increased in the last ten years
in response to terrorism, war, health emergencies, and natural
disasters. Tourism Crises presents the latest research on crisis
management with in-depth analysis of tourism flows and the economic
well-being of communities at the regional, national, and
international levels. This timely book examines a range of
conceptual issues, including crisis communication and the safety of
employees of the industry, and features case studies of responses
to the World Trade Center terrorist attacks, SARS, the 1999
Austrian avalanche disaster, and the epidemic of foot-and-mouth
disease in the United Kingdom.
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