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Title   Economic Ascent of the Hotel Business 

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Author   SLATTERY Paul  ISBN   9781906884673  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Goodfellow Publishers Ltd  Group   Commerce/Law View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Tourism  Terms and conditions
Edition   2/2012 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2012 
Subject   Hospitality industry 
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Synopsis The Economic Ascent of the Hotel Business is about the hotel business and the economic contexts in which it has evolved. Slattery presents an understanding of the structural development of the economies in which hotels operate and which provide the potential for hotel demand and supply to grow. He draws on contemporary data and events to chart the historic development of economies and of the hotel business to illustrate patterns in this fundamental relationship. He also focuses on the economic conditions that produced hotel chains and provides a more comprehensive basis on which future developments in hotel demand, supply and performance can be understood. A review of the structural development of economies from the historic agrarian period to modern service business economies; Events are tracked at each economic stage to illustrate that the patterns in hotel demand and supply that emerges were a reflection of the economic developments; Extensive data is drawn on to track the development of international hotel chains and link them to the structural development of economies. Essential reading for hotel executives, their advisors and investors, as well as those studying the hospitality industry

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