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Skills supply and demand in tourism implications for economic regeneration by Rhodri Thomas

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Published by Leeds Metropolitan University, School of Tourism and Hospitality Management in Leeds .
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StatementRhodri Thomas and Jonathan Long.
SeriesDiscussion paper in tourism and hospitality management -- no.26
ContributionsLong, Jonathan.
The Physical Object
Pagination33p. ;
Number of Pages33
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Open LibraryOL21002139M
ISBN 101898883874

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