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ALT-CFT launches the maiden issue of Industry Outlook

Posted: 2015-03-09
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The AIM – Dr. Andrew L. Tan Center for Tourism is proud to present its maiden issue of the Dr. Andrew L. Tan Center for Tourism Industry Outlook. This is a compilation of articles from the forums organized by the Center in 2014.  Each article discusses, in depth, a pertinent issue raised during a forum. As a result, more insights are spawned, research gaps are identified, and policy recommendations on how to move the tourism industry forward are generated.

The Center is also pleased to showcase the research and writing skills of its former and current team members who contributed articles in this issue. The articles are:

  • Emerging trends in digital travel: Its impact on tourism and buyer behavior in the Philippines
    Maria Cristina I. Alarilla-Uy
    John Paolo R. Rivera, Ph.D.
  • Nurturing cultural heritage tourism in the Philippines: Inspiration from Vigan, Filip + Inna, and Fundación Santiago
    Maria Cristina I. Alarilla-Uy
    John Paolo R. Rivera, Ph.D.
  • Within the walls: If these walls could talk
    Maria Cristina M. Aguilar
    Vinie Camille O. Dy Quiangco
  • Development strategy for ASEAN in the age of tourism integration: One heart, one mind, one vision
    Vinie Camille O. Dy Quiangco
    John Paolo R. Rivera, Ph.D.
  • Building tourism together: Lessons from National Tourism Development Plan of the Department of Tourism
    Ma. Andrea C. Liamzon
  • A strategic framework for park tourism and urban development: The Rizal Park model
    Ma. Andrea C. Liamzon
  • The rise of "Adobo" in the global kitchen
    Ma. Andrea C. Liamzon
    John Paolo R. Rivera, Ph.D.
  • Raising travel and tourism competitiveness in the Philippines and ASEAN through human resources and measurement
    Ma. Andrea C. Liamzon

The Center would like to thank the following for their invaluable support in making this folio happen.

  1. Prof. David Gulliver G. Go for copyediting the articles and for ensuring that the articles meet high standards of scholarship; 
  2. Mr. Printer (101A Cattleya Condominium, 235 Salcedo Street, Makati City) for rendering design and for printing the issue. 

The summaries of each articles can be read from the Center’s microsite. Visit http://alt-tourism.aim.edu/research/industry-outlook.  

To request for a copy, interested parties may email tourism.center@aim.edu.  

 

 
 

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