Malta 2016 - The work of RETI Symposium and Autumn School

November 21st and 22rd, the University of Malta hosted a RETI Symposium and Autmun School on the topics : "Island Tourism: Economic and Labour Market Implications".


Working Papers


The Working papers nowadays sent:

Sauveur GIANNONI, Maître de conférences en économie, Università di Corsica - "What does Mass Tourism mean? Lessons from some Mediterranean islands".
 
Justine MUZY, Justine SUSTRANCK, Laura CZARNECKI et Bruna LAURANT, étudiantes en Master à l'IAE de Corse - "The socio-economic impacts of seasonality in Corsica".

 
Find attached the abstracts.

To send your communication : reti@univ-corse.fr

 

sauveurgiannoni_communication_1.pdf SauveurGiannoni_communication.pdf  (1.2 Mo)
muzy_co_communication_1.pdf Muzy&co_communication.pdf  (1.23 Mo)
islandtourism_abstracts_3.pdf islandtourism_abstracts.pdf  (171.31 Ko)


Governance meeting

At the occasion of this RETI event, a governance meeting took place at the University of Malta with representatives of universities of Corsica, Malta, UHI (Scotland) and Okinawa. The partners mentioned the decisions of the last Governance Committee of Corti (September 2016) and the organization of the next RETI event at the University of Ryükyü, Japan, on November 2017.
RETI partners in Malta
RETI partners in Malta





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Academical and scientifical events
November 2017 : The University of Ryukyus, Okinawa will host the RETI event 2017.