Presentation at seminar for 30 students and lecturers from Gothenburg University 9th of April 2019 at CRT in Nexø, Denmark.
The report is a revised version of the RTSA report by Zhang, 2005. The Center for Regional and Tourism Research (CRT) and VisitDenmark has revised the report for the Danish Tourism Satellite Accounts (TSA), a project that started in 2005. The purpose of the report is methodical documentation for the development of the Danish RTSA. […]
Authors: Anne-Mette Nielsen, Jie Zhang and Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen Coastal and maritime tourism in Denmark accounts for 37% of the total tourism revenue. This document seeks to investigate the importance of the coastal and maritime tourism in Denmark, while meeting the requirements from the EU Commission. The analysis of the coastal and maritime tourism is challenging […]
The project “Biking South Baltic!” includes a questionnaire survey among cycling tourists. The study’s results are reviewed in this report and are based on a total of 2,285 responses from five regions or parts of the country in three different countries: Pomerania, Poland (506), West Pomerania, Poland (400), Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany (322), Bornholm, Denmark (455) […]
Authors: Jie Zhang and Tobias Frøslev Rasmusson Based on the experience from the previous project for VisitDenmark (VisitDenmark, 2012; Zhang, 2014) during the period in 2011-2012 and the UNWTO manual for the meeting activities (UNWTO, 2006), VisitDenmark and CRT have agreed to start another similar project for evaluating the economic and employment impacts of meeting […]
Presentation at the conference “Changing ruralities: Nordregio Forum 2018”, Lund, Sweden, 28.11.2018.
Presentation at project meeting, Rønne Havn A/S, Rønne, Denmark, 23rd October 2018 in The Transport Innovation Network (TINV). Tema: “Trends in the Baltic Sea – freight & logistics and tourism”.
Authors: Johan Hultman, Emil Bæk Holland, Filippa Säwe, Salmi Pekka, Jesper Manniche and Jeppe Høst. This report explores how Nordic small-scale fisheries can develop to promote value creation and specialization. To explore that question, we look at the historical development of the Nordic fisheries and outline the current challenges, especially for the small-scale and coastal […]
Presentation at 27th Nordic Symposium for Tourism and Hospitality Research, Alta, September 2018.
Authors: Nino Javakhishvili-Larsen and Bjarne Madsen. Macroeconomic models are filled with the dichotomous principles. It takes at least two factors to grasp the complexity of the ongoing processes in economy. Different types of macroeconomic models are built on two main principles, such as, quantity and price model, or static and dynamic model, or economic and […]