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  • Dwyer, L.; Mellor, Robert; Livaic, Z; Edwards, Deborah; Chulwon, K (Cognizant Communication Corporation, 2004)
    A model is developed to capture the main elements of competitiveness highlighted in the general literature, while appreciating the special issues involved in exploring the notion of destination competitiveness as emphasized ...
  • Dwyer, L.; Edwards, Deborah (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2013)
    Good managers recognize the monetary value that corporate reputation, employee loyalty, job satisfaction and positive government relations have on the single bottom line. Such factors enhance shareholder value. From this ...
  • Dwyer, L.; Kenzevic Cvelbar, Ljubica; Edwards, Deborah; Mihalic, Tanja (Elsevier Inc, 2012)
    Achieving competitive advantage for any destination in times of rapid global change requires tourism stakeholders to have a clear understanding of the direction of change and its implications for business or destination ...
  • Dwyer, L.; Edwards, Deborah; Mistilis, Nina; Roman, Carolina; Scott, Noel; Cooper, Cary (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd, 2008)
    A key element of a successful tourism industry is the ability to recognise and deal with change across a wide range of behavioural, environmental and technological factors and the way they interact. The coming decade and ...
  • Dwyer, L.; Edwards, Deborah (Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2010)
    Tourism not properly planned and managed can leave permanent footprints on the physical, social, cultural and economic environments of destinations. Tourism development can be alienating to local residents, overcrowded, ...
  • Tourism 
    Dwyer, L.; Edwards, Deborah; Mistilis, Nina; Roman, Carolina (Springer, 2008)
    Cities are always shaped by mobility - or, by flows - of people, money and goods. Changes are taking place globally that will influence the shape of urban destinations in the future. The coming decade and a half should ...
  • Dwyer, L.; Edwards, Deborah (John Wiley & Sons, 2009)
    Dealing with change in the external environment creates substantial challenges for tourism managers. Given the complexity of strategy formulation it is difficult for managers to analyse all aspects of their environment or ...
  • Darcy, Simon; Cameron, Bruce; Dwyer, L.; Taylor, Tracy; Wong, E; Thomson, Alana (Sustainable Tourism CRC, 2008)
    The research project was sponsored by the STCRC NSW state node to examine visitor accessibility in urban areas. Visitor accessibility encompasses all tourism markets including seniors and people with disabilities who ...