Recession and the hotel and catering industry: a regional perspective
Subjectshotel and catering
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AbstractThe sub-regional pattern of employment change from 1989 to 1991 is examined for the hotel and catering industry in Great Britain. A complex spatial pattern is identified. The effects of tourism, leisure, local economic and population change, and sub-regional economic specialisation on employment levels in hotel and catering are considered. Further analysis is undertaken of the geography of employment change in the sub-sectors of eating places, take-aways, pubs, clubs, hotels, canteens and other tourist accommodation.
CitationBull P, Church A (1996) 'Recession and the hotel and catering industry: a regional perspective', Service Industries Journal, 16 (2), pp.118-139.
JournalService Industries Journal