Triple Bottom Line Event Evaluation: Progress Toward a Technique to Assist in Planning and Managing Events in a Sustainable Manner
Fredline, Liz and Raybould, Ray and Jago, Leo Kenneth and Deery, Margaret (2004) Triple Bottom Line Event Evaluation: Progress Toward a Technique to Assist in Planning and Managing Events in a Sustainable Manner. In: Proceedings of Tourism : State of the Art II Conference 2004. The University of Strathclyde, Scottish Hotel School, Glasgow, Scotland. ISBN 0954803906 9780954803902Full text for this resource is not available from the Research Repository.
In recent years the growth of the special events industry has triggered a wave of research which has shed light on many of the impacts of such events of their host regions. Event evaluations have predominantly focused on the economic benefits of staging and event, but there has also been some investigation of social and environmental issues, as well as the longer term effects such as the impact on destination image and the opportunities for business leveraging that events may provide. However, there have been few attempts to synthesise the assessment of these different types of impact into an understanding of the overall affect of an event on its host region. This paper presents an attempt to represent the combination of the economic, social and environmental impacts of events in a simple framework that facilitates comparison of events with different characteristics. Additional work is needed to reach agreement with stakeholders on the key performance indicators that underpin the measures of each type of impact, and to further examine the usefulness of the framework in a range of different contexts.
|Item Type:||Book Section|
Conference held 27-30 June 2004, The University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||ResPubID7003, special events, tourism, staging, event evaluation, environment, social issues, destination image, key performance indicators|
|Subjects:||Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > Centre for Tourism and Services Research (CTSR)
FOR Classification > 1503 Business and Management
|Date Deposited:||12 Nov 2009 05:09|
|Last Modified:||04 Feb 2014 02:59|
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