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|Title:||Tourism destinations: a methodological discussion on commons and anti-commons: the ‘Ammaia’ project’s locale impact|
Coordination Ammaia Project
|Abstract:||In this work, a methodological study is made to analyze the specificities resulting from analyzing tourism destinations through commons and anticommons frameworks. Some studies have been made recently in the area of tourism considering these frameworks. Although interesting results have emerged, there is yet much work ahead. Some studies have considerable results, but the fundamentals in tourism literature require yet much work in order to develop additional models to provide new combinations of tools to the decision makers to enhance welfare standards for communities and high levels of sustainable development in tourism structures. A project is studied on this context which the consequent analysis of the regional implications.|
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