This month, we are delighted to showcase Dr Mark Hampton’s review of Linda Ambrosie’s title Sun & Sea Tourism: Fantasy and Finance of the All-Inclusive Industry. Mark is Reader in Tourism Management at the University of Kent and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and praises Linda’s title as making “a real contribution to our understanding of modern tourism multinationals.”
"Ambrosie's work significantly adds to our understanding of how the offshore world further reduces the benefits of this all-inclusive tourism to the host countries. [...] The book ... makes a real contribution to our understanding of modern tourism multinationals and how tax and tourism are, in fact, increasingly intertwined in the global economy with growing negative impacts for host destinations and local communities."
–Dr Mark Hampton, Tax Justice Focus, 11:1 (2016)
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