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Blue economy and tourism: is there a potential to create sustainable jobs?

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Blue economy and tourism: is there a potential to create sustainable jobs? / Ramos, Jorge; Drakeford, Ben.

Handbook of Research on Human Capital and People Management in the Tourism Industry. ed. / Vânia Gonçalves Costa; Andreia Antunes Moura; Maria do Rosário Mira. IGI Global, 2020.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Ramos, J & Drakeford, B 2020, Blue economy and tourism: is there a potential to create sustainable jobs? in VG Costa, A Antunes Moura & MDR Mira (eds), Handbook of Research on Human Capital and People Management in the Tourism Industry. IGI Global. <https://www.igi-global.com/book/human-capital-people-management-tourism/244417>

APA

Ramos, J., & Drakeford, B. (2020). Blue economy and tourism: is there a potential to create sustainable jobs? In V. G. Costa, A. Antunes Moura, & M. D. R. Mira (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Human Capital and People Management in the Tourism Industry IGI Global. https://www.igi-global.com/book/human-capital-people-management-tourism/244417

Vancouver

Ramos J, Drakeford B. Blue economy and tourism: is there a potential to create sustainable jobs? In Costa VG, Antunes Moura A, Mira MDR, editors, Handbook of Research on Human Capital and People Management in the Tourism Industry. IGI Global. 2020

Author

Ramos, Jorge ; Drakeford, Ben. / Blue economy and tourism: is there a potential to create sustainable jobs?. Handbook of Research on Human Capital and People Management in the Tourism Industry. editor / Vânia Gonçalves Costa ; Andreia Antunes Moura ; Maria do Rosário Mira. IGI Global, 2020.

Bibtex

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