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Tourism and Local Economic Development in the UK after the crisis

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Presentation on how a new progressive form of Local Economic Development (LED) can inform a relationship between tourism and LED in the UK. For the paper that supports and explains this presentation, …

Presentation on how a new progressive form of Local Economic Development (LED) can inform a relationship between tourism and LED in the UK. For the paper that supports and explains this presentation, please visit www.jameskennell.com

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  • 1. Tourism and Local Economic Development: after the crisisJames KennellEconomic Development Resource CentreUniversity of Greenwich
  • 2. (Adapted from Buccelato et al 2010: 47)Nation Region Total Tourism % Contribution Expenditure to GVA (£bn)England East Midlands 5.2 5.1 Eastern 9.8 6.3 London 20.7 8.2 North East 2.8 6.0 North West 7.9 8.3 South East 18.2 8.0 South West 7.6 8.9 West Midlands 6.3 6.2 Yorkshire & The Humber 5.2 5.6Total England 183.7 7.3Northern Ireland 1.9 6.7Scotland 8.5 5.2Wales 4.0 7.9
  • 3. Modes ofLED
  • 4. New Glocalisation Eventseconomic - - models Local The end of - distinctiveness staticDashboards for global attractions? markets