The Turin School of Local Regulation organizes a 3-day course on:
When: 13 -15 July 2015
Where: Venice International University, Venice, Italy
What: Tourism is relevant for local regulation and policies and an efficient and carefully designed regulation of local public services is of outmost importance both for destinations that already have a strong tourist experience and are renowned tourist sites, and for territories that intend to increase their tourism attractiveness as part of their local development strategy.The course intends to highlight the most relevant issues for local regulation in tourist sites: it will focus on outlining the infrastructure endowment, defining the relevant local actors, incentives, information endowment and exchange, assessing the cost structure of additional tourist flows and the direct and indirect revenues. Classes will combine some theoretical framing with concrete and practical examples derived from field research and real case studies.
Who: The course is mainly addressed to policy-makers and public officials of tourist cities and regions, managers and executives of tourist destinations and tourist sites, managers and executives of public utilities, officials of local and regional development agencies, regulatory authorities, consultants, researchers and PhD students.
Franco BECCHIS | Turin School of Local Regulation
Maurizio MUSSONI | University of Bologna
Mario TEVSIC | Lokrum Park - Dubrovnik
Luisa TIRAORO | Venice Municipality
Laura VICI | University of Bologna
Programme, faculty profiles & details: download the brochure here
Application: applications are now closed
Deadline: registrations (finalized by payment of the registration fee) are open until May17th 2015 at 23.59 CET (extended)
Full tuition Fee: 2.200,00 € including course tuition, case materials, 3-night accommodation, breakfasts, two lunches and three dinners at the University canteen and coffee breaks.
Contacts: for further information please contact the course Secretariat at email@example.com | +39 346 8910600
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