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Lee, T. J., Byun, W. H. and Han, S. H. (2006). An evaluation model for the efficient budget control of cultural tourism events. In: C. Arcodia, M. Whitford and C. Dickson, Global Events Congress and Event Educators' Forum. Global Events Congress and Event Educators' Forum, Customs House, Brisbane, Australia, (134-142). 27-29 September 2006. 181  
Tisdell, C. A. (2005) A Review of Structural Features of International Tourism: Economic Influences and its Vulnerability. Global Review of Business and Economic Research, 1 1: 1-17. 111  
Prideaux, B. and Kim, S. M. (1999) Bilateral tourism imbalance - is there a cause for concern: The case of Australia and Korea. Tourism Management, 20 4: 523-531. doi:10.1016/S0261-5177(99)00021-7 47   7 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Xue, Dayuan, Cook, Averil and Tisdell, Clem (2000) Biodiversity and a Travel Cost Evaluation of Tourism: The Case of Changbaishan Mountain Biosphere Reserve, China. Discussion Paper No. 274, Department of Economics, The University of Queensland. 612 700
Zhang, Y., Ruhanen, L. M., Murphy, P. and Cooper, C. P. (2004). Communities as Regional Destinations: A Development Potential Index. In: C. Cooper, C. Arcodia, D. Solnet and M. Whitford, CAUTHIE 2004: Creating Tourism Knowledge. Cauthe 2004: Creating Tourism Knowledge 14th International Research Conference of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, (893-901). 10-13 February 2004. 65  
Tisdell, Clement A. (2001). Conservation and Economic Benefits of Wildlife-based Marine Tourism: Sea Turtles and Whales as Case Studies.. Working Papers on Economics, Ecology and Environment 64, School of Economics, University of Queensland. 206 234
Wilson, C. I. and Tisdell, C. A. (2001). Conservation and Economic Benefits of Wildlife -based Tourism: Sea Turtles and Whales as Case Studies. In: CRC for Sustainable Tourism, Wildlife Tourism: Endangered or Sustainable Growth?. First National Convention on Wildlife Tourism in Australia, Hobart, Tasmania, (1-12). 28-30 October 2001. 132  
Campiranon, Kom (2007). Crisis management in the MICE sector : critical success factors PhD Thesis, School of Tourism, The University of Queensland. 1447 760
Tisdell, C. A. and Wilson, C. (2005) Does tourism contribute to sea turtle conservation?. MAST/Maritime Studies - Special Issue: Marine Turtles as Flagships, 3 2: 145-167. 73  
Blackman, Anna, Foster, Faith, Hyvonen, Tracey, Jewell, Bronwyn, Kuilboer, Alf and Moscardo, Gianna (2004) Factors contributing to successful tourism development in peripheral regions. The Journal of Tourism Studies, 15 1: 59-70. 241 3
Prideaux, B. and Witt, S. (1999). Has Australia's tourism industry escaped the impact of the Asian financial crisis?. In: V. Heung, John Ap and K. Wong, Tourism 2000 Asia Pacific's Role in the New Millennium. Asia Pacific Tourism Association Fifth Annual Conference, Hong Kong, (384-394). 23-25 August, 1999. 149  
Wilson, Clevo and Tisdell, Clem (2000) Sea turtles as a non-consumptive tourism resource especially in Australia. Economic Issues No. 11, Department of Economics, The University of Queensland. 865 2234
Warren, Clive M. J. (2006). Strategic Asset Management and the Evaluation of Office Workplace Utility. In: Asia Real Estate Society and The American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association, Vancouver, Canada, (1-13). 30 June-3 July, 2006. 666 1947
Prideaux, B. (1999). The Asian financial crisis -The Australian dimension. In: Janie Molloy and Jenny Davies, Tourism and Hospitlaity:Delighting the Senses 1999 - Proceedings of the Ninth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference. Proceedings of the Ninth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, Adelaide, (287-297). 10-13 Feb 1999. 29  
James, Joyce Titia (1999). The economic impact of tourism on the state and regions of Queensland and the implications for regional tourism policy in Queensland PhD Thesis, School of Economics, The University of Queensland. 222 251
Prideaux, B. R. and Dowling, R. (1999). The impact of the Asian financial crisis on bilateral Indonesian - Australian tourism. In: J. Molloy and J. Davies, Tourism and Hospitality: Delighting the Senses 1999 - Proceedings of the Ninth Australian of the Ninth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference. , Adelaide, (285). 10-13 Feb, 1999. 113  
Prideaux, B. (1999). The millennium bug: Harlmess insect or contagious business killer. In: Janie Molloy and Jenny Davies, Tourism and hospitality:Delighting the senses 1999 - Proceedings of the Ninth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference. Proceedings of the Ninth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, Adelaide, (80). 10 - 13 February, 1999. 39  
Chester, Guy and Driml, Sally (2012) The potential economic benefits of protecting and presenting Cape York : EcoSustainAbility 19  
Tisdell, C. A. and Bandara, R. R. (2005). Tourism and Economic Development in Sri Lanka. In N. Narayana (Ed.), Economic Development Issues and Policies 1st ed. (pp. 109-137) New Delhi: Serials Publications. 170 4
Tisdell, C. A. and Wilson, C. I. (2001). Tourism and the Conservation of sea turtles: An Australian case study. In C. Tisdell (Ed.), Tourism Economics, the Environment and Development (pp. 356-368) UK: Edward Elgar. 44  
Davis, D. and Tisdell, C. A. (1999) Tourist levies and willingness to pay for a whale shark experience. Tourism Economics, 5 2: 161-174. 321  
Collins, Darrian and Tisdell, Clem (2000) Travel Life Cycles Vary Significantly with the Purpose of Travel. Discussion Paper No. 276, Department of Economics, The University of Queensland. 636 550