have observed the emergence of manifold hybrid spaces and places within the wider urban fabric, created by and for (post-)modern ways of life in the post-Fordist era, which call into question our traditional, deeply entrenched models of ‘urban’ and ‘suburban’. Among them, there are many – albeit very different – demand- andsupply-driven inner-city developments, in particular those that are created by or target the rather affluent populations. Internationally, several authors have observed that “high-income people” who “return” to cities and urban neighbourhoods
António Cerdeiras, Bruno Pinheiro, Laurentina Vareiro and Raquel Mendes
uniqueness to its visitors (tourists and residents), as well as to analyse the impact of the promotion and preservation of this monument on the resident community.
The paper is divided in three main sections. In the first section, a review of the literature is made on themes such as heritage, community identity, cultural tourism, creative tourism and community integration. In the second section, the municipality of Póvoa de Lanhoso is addressed through the analysis of social and economic characteristics of the municipality, tourism characteristics, tourism demandand
Matthias Wilhelm Hoppe, Christian Baumgart, Mirko Slomka, Ted Polglaze and Jürgen Freiwald
expenditure calculated from both approaches plausibly differs; hence, their combined application may provide a promising new framework to investigate instantaneous alterations in energy demandandsupply in soccer ( di Prampero et al., 2015 ; Osgnach et al., 2016 ).
Our finding that there were no further differences among playing positions ( Table 2 ) contrasts with previous studies, showing that differences exist in both velocity match data ( Bradley et al., 2009 ; Di Salvo et al., 2007 ) and physical abilities ( Boone et al., 2012 ; Haugen et al., 2013 ). One
Theano S. Terkenli, Ewa Skowronek, Andrzej Tucki and Nikolaos Kounellis
(preferences of various stakeholder groups involved), sustainability (natural environmental capacity, preferred forms of tourism), and measurability (demandandsupply prices, levels of tourism development in the region).
Towards this goal, then, this paper critically negotiates the notion of the tourist landscape and proceeds, through an empirical study, to test its basic conceptual premises, in two different types of tourist destinations, one upland tourist destination in Central Europe and one seaside tourist destination, in the Mediterranean. These were selected as
services ( Hanssens/Derudder/Taylor et al. 2010 : 11). Interestingly, a recent analysis of international banking centres shows that Munich’s position has declined significantly as a result of the financial crisis (Derudder/Hoyler/Taylor 2010: 4), which begs the question as to whether and how this might impact on its private equity scene.
At a conceptual and methodological level our research has shown that focusing on demandandsupply relationships and associated knowledge flows adds important information to the “office geographies” of the Globalization and World
Andrea Berndgen-Kaiser, Tine Köhler, Maja Lorbek and Markus Wiechert
forces are to be addressed by governmental framing to help the municipalities. On the one hand, the uncertainty of development could be minimised by a continuous and exhaustive monitoring of demandandsupply, and the vacancies or shortage arising from the imbalance between the two. The building stock should also be assessed within new urban plans. On the other hand, municipalities should be enabled to partly intervene in the market of owner-occupied dwellings to manage development. This is especially necessary as demographic and political developments, such as
structure in sub-Saharan African countries shifts toward older ages, the population prevalence of transactional sex may decline.
Future research should examine these questions in more detail, including by estimating the elasticities of demandandsupply for transactional sex disaggregated by age group. Furthermore, future research should continue to study transactional sex using general population surveys. Previous research on transactional sex work typically has used small, convenience-based samples and the median age in these studies (i.e. around 30 years old) is
In the system of tourism the demandandsupply of services are closely linked to the economic, technological, sociocultural, political and natural environment, and the interrelationship between tourism and its environment is usually very complex. Environmental factors influence tourism, while tourism – services and demand alike – may have various impacts on its environment. Increasing concern is felt nowadays about the conditions of the natural environment and local society, in view of their carrying capacities. In response to these challenges