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Frontiers of New Tourism

 
M.P. Bezbaruah (Author)
Synopsis Tourism has become the largest industry of the world in the 21st Century. It had phenomenal growth in the later part of the 20th Century and despite the recent temporary impediments, all future projections are very exciting. Tourism offers immense opportunities to the developing countries to fashion their development strategies around it. While tourism thus makes the world a truly global village, such growth also poses various challenges. Countries desiring to take advantage of the boom have to achieve competitive advantage in technological developments related to civil aviation, use of information technology, development of human resources etc. These challenges have to be met with professional management and careful planning. This book looks at some of the emerging issues and concerns for the future. Global issues of sustainability are analysed in the Indian context to see how prepared India is to take advantage of the projected international tourism growth. The book takes us through the global scenario, with a telescopic view of the future and charts out the action agenda that will enable India to get its due share of the benefits in a highly competitive world.
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About the author

M.P. Bezbaruah

Madan Prasad Bezharuah, born on 1st December 1941 at Guwahati (Assam), is an IAS offcer of 1964 batch of the Assam-Meghalaya cadre. He has held many important assignments both in the Government of Assam and the Government of India. He was Secretary in Government of Assam in the Departments of Education, Health, Industries and Finance and Chairman of the Assam State Electricity Board. He was Home Secretary of Assam from January 1986 to August 1990. He served as a Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and Principal Adviser in the Planning Commission. During 1990-94, he was Minister (Economic) in the High Commission of India, London. In this assignment, he was closely involved in the formation of the ‘Indo-British Partnership’. He was also a short-term Consultant to the National Development Planning Commission of Ghana. He was also Chairman of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) for 2000-2001. He has written two books, Indian Tourism: Beyond the Millennium and Frontiers of New Tourism, and a number of literary articles in vernacular magazines as well as articles on popular economic topics in regional English newspapers. He has contributed articles/reviews to – Contemporary South Asia, Oxford; and Economic and Political Weekly, Mumbai. He secured a first class M.A. degree in Economics from Delhi School of Economics and obtained the Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from Harvard University, USA.

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Bibliographic information

Title Frontiers of New Tourism
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121207479
length 232p., Appendices; 23cm.
Subjects Travel & Tourism